Please exercise great caution when joining this group!
They do have some good things to offer, especially if you are new in the growth process. They speak many things about spiritual and emotional growth, but because they refuse to acknowledge and get help with their own blind spots - they end up hurting others over and over again.
Their love is very conditional, and the majority of those who have joined this fellowship have left on bad terms.
It is very sad to witness their continual disregard for those who are not 100% in agreement with everything they do and say. In their prideful stance of thinking they alone possess "the keys" to the Christian church, they set themselves to behave much like the attitudes of a cult.
Proceed with great caution and look for the warning signs yourself:
Joystones is such a blessing in my life and have helped me emotionally, mentally and financially through some of the toughest times in my life. 7 days a week I can count on Frank & Rosalinda to be there for me to pray with me and provide wisdom in all aspects of life!! I recommend their groups and of course Sunday service is a place to be fed the Word of God with no religious indoctrination.
I believe this group started out well, with great intentions and a mission. However, when leadership refuses to do the very work it asks of it's members, things begin to fall apart. It's been said that a great leader will never ask you to do anything they are not willing to do or haven't done themselves. This is sadly not the case with the Joystones leadership.