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" "I have always asked God that when I met the man I would marry, I would know it immediately and there would be no games, no confusion, no nonsense.He lifted a stick in his left hand and a silver cloth in his right. A row of white-coated high-ranking churchmen seated behind Schaap watched in silence.He moved the bottom of the stick near his groin and angled it away from himself. At the end, as usual, young men streamed up to the stage.Nine of the offenders, from top left: (first row) A. Ballenger, Christopher Settlemoir, Chester Mulligan; (second row) William Beith, Jack Schaap, Tedd Butler; (third row) Joseph Combs, Craig Sisson, Russell Overla he sermon was called “The Polished Shaft,” and in the many times that Jack Schaap, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Hammond, had delivered it, it was the kind of showstopper that made him a rock star to his flock.(Or would have, had Schaap not habitually railed against the evils of rock music.) As with most of his sermons at the northwest Indiana megachurch—the 14th largest in the country and the biggest Independent Baptist house of worship in the nation—the message struck as bluntly as a pounded nail: Submit to God’s plan for your life or be snapped like a twig and flung away (as Schaap would demonstrate by cracking a stick over his head, tossing it aside, and barking, “Next! When you do submit, be prepared to endure excruciating pain.There are frequent gatherings in restaurants, bars, churches, museums or country walks.