Oceano family featured in Lifetime documentary

March 5, 2013

preachers daughterAn Oceano family is slated to be featured on the “Preachers’ Daughters,” a Lifetime documentary that explores the temptations faced by three teenage girls whose families have strong Christian roots. [SantaMariaTimes]

Olivia Perry, 18, her 11-month-old daughter Eden, and Olivia’s parents Mark and Cheryl will have their screen debut on Lifetime at 10 p.m. on March 12 in the pilot dubbed “Daddy’s Little Angels.”

When Olivia Perry told her parents she was pregnant more than a year ago, she never imagined she would be sharing her story of the birth of her baby with millions of Americans. The series provides an inside look at the trials and tribulations of growing up a preacher’s daughter.

In one of early episodes of “Preachers’ Daughters,” the Perrys discover Olivia isn’t sure who Eden’s father is and they have to take a paternity test to find out.


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Give it a rest people. You have your own salvation to worry about. Don’t like it don’t watch it!


This is but another reason to turn off the tv.

Eden cannot attend church in the future, neither her children, nor their children, descendants, etc., until the 10th generation. “No one born OF A FORBIDDEN UNION may enter the assembly of the Lord. Even to the tenth generation, none of his descendants may enter the assembly of the Lord.” (Deuteronomy 23:2)

Good thing Deuters was before the saving grace of Jesus. Just saying.

Olivia will burn in the sulfur lakes of Hell upon her demise. “But as for the cowardly, the faithless, the detestable, as for murderers, THE SEXUALLY IMMORAL, sorcerers, idolaters, and all liars, their portion will be in the lake that burns with fire and sulfur,…” (Revelation 21:8)

That’s everybody in one form or another, as God sees all sin as bad, period. Good thing the love of Jesus and our genuine confession of faith saves us. Unless I read the Bible wrong.

Olivia grew up in a Christian family, especially with her father a pastor. Therefore, she had to know of the sin of sexual misconduct. Therefore, there is NO sacrifice by Jesus for her sins. She is hell bound. “For if we go on sinning deliberately after receiving the knowledge of the truth, there no longer remains a sacrifice for sins,” ( Hebrews 10:26 ) In other words, “You can’t have your cake and eat it too.”

Once again, Jesus saves us and gave us a personal relation with God in the NEW Testament. I know this is overly simplistic but out with the Old, in with the New, Testament that is.

Hey, what are you doing here?! Ted Slanders is our resident biblical scholar! Be gone, heretic (unless you are standing in for Ted with his blessing.)

Seriously(?), by your logic would someone who confessed to a sin once then be condemned permanently as having received “the knowledge of the truth” if they later repeated the sin? If so, may I suggest that you throw your hat in the ring at the Vatican? (SuperMex for Pope!)

My apologies for the first paragraph above. I should have read page 1 comments first. I didn’t realize you were just offering a refrain for Ted.

“In one of early episodes of “Preachers’ Daughters,” the Perrys discover Olivia isn’t sure who Eden’s father is and they have to take a paternity test to find out.”

Did they find the daddy?

Give em hell Westboro Ted.