DeWayne Hafen: Interview to Dale Von Atta, 1978

As a teenager, DeWayne Hafen helped Ross LeBaron in his machine shop while LeBaron taught him about the Church of the Firstborn. When Hafen met him again as an adult, LeBaron was hesitant to ordain Hafen. The reason was Hafen's previous affiliation with The Church of the Firstborn of the Fullness of the Times. Even … Continue reading DeWayne Hafen: Interview to Dale Von Atta, 1978

Steve McKinley: Ross LeBaron On The Endowment

Steve McKinley recollects a conversation with Ross W. LeBaron about the endowment in 1995. The "ambiguous answer" given by Ross, according to Steve, made him "feel better about the changes [made by the LDS Church] in the endowment". He says he realized that "the reason the endowment was taken away by the Lord was because … Continue reading Steve McKinley: Ross LeBaron On The Endowment

Ross LeBaron: Interview to Dale Van Atta, 1977

As the murderous acts of his brother Ervil gained international attention, Ross Wesley LeBaron was interviewed by journalist Dale Van Atta in June, 1977. Van Atta later co-authored a book on Ervil LeBaron and his crimes. According to Ross, the violence was over ownership of land in Mexico, as was well as a Cain-and-Abel war … Continue reading Ross LeBaron: Interview to Dale Van Atta, 1977

DeWayne Hafen: Ross LeBaron and the Father as a Servant

"He never, at any time I'm aware of, ever depended upon those who followed him to support him", states DeWayne Hafen. An adopted son of Ross LeBaron, Hafen talks about why his priesthood leader lived in a storage shed and didn't collect money from his followers, and reflects on the relationship with his own adopted … Continue reading DeWayne Hafen: Ross LeBaron and the Father as a Servant