Blair Adams - Jan 4, 1944 - July 27, 2021

Steven Avery

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Blair Adams - Jan 4, 1944 - July 27, 2021

From Homestead Heritage - About Blair Adams

Good to read, or skim.


Looks like mostly a reasonable bio. (Some fellowship material I have seen rewrites history.)



The big lack in this page is that it hides the fact that the community came to be first and foremost, worshipers of "Yahweh" (above and beyond the Lord Jesus Christ). As documented in their literature, prayer rooms echoing "oh yahwehhh" and an album put together by one of Blair's sons with Homestead Heritage musicians .. "Yahweh Lives".

Since Yahweh is Jupiter, and is not at all Hebrew, Jewish or Christian, or Bible, this is not a small omission. In 2016 Blair and Regina had a wonderful opportunity to correct the community, and they failed to act. Instead passing the question back down to those who had drawn them into this error that can have eternal consequences.

And I do not know if Blair's personal prayers ever went towards that dark spirit. Even the elders have varying degrees of giving themselves over to that counterfeit.

Clearly, in your last hours, you, and any loved ones, do not want anybody around you calling on Jupiter. You want to be centered on the Lord Jesus Christ, and the atoning sacrifice and his precious blood unto the resurrection ... without a dark diversion. Oh, precious is the flow.

Another point in the above bio .. some books that have Blair Adams as the lead writer were actually written by the Center under Joel Stein. Recognizing Joel's writing is not difficult. Blair likely approved those writings, and this includes the sad Yahweh, and much later Yahshua, blunders and tragedies.

Blair was also drawn away from his original centrality of the Authorized Version (King James Bible) as the pure word of God, by underling error. Although he never got as lost in this realm as Joel and the center crew. The under-elders followed the lead of Howard c. 1980 and more and more worked with a pile of versions. Picking and choosing what fit their own "rhema" (present utterance) under version smorgasbording. Afaik, Blair never got involved in that sad un-Christian method. And I do not know if he really was convinced to deny the authority of the heavenly witnesses and Acts 8:37, two beautiful, majestic Bible verses that are today denied by the fellowship as Scripture.

Personally, I last met Blair and Regina in person in 2009 and 2013, at the Fairs. He had a wonderful memory of when I came to faith in the 1970s, what was preached at one of the meetings (although I received the baptism of the Holy Spirit at a Woodstock meeting where Joel was the principal speaker.)

When Blair became ill, the fellowship elders made a decision to go the chemotherapy route. This always leads to a reduced quality of life and loss of joy and clarity by the poisons pumped into the body. And I do not believe the fellowship of 1975-1985 would have ever made that decision, for anybody. One sister as late as c. 2005 went a wonderful natural treatment route.

It is fair to say that Blair began the Voice in the Wilderness with a wonderful Christian anointing and vision, which went along with Blair walking with a Godly authority.

"For the gifts and calling of God are without repentance." - Romans 11:29 (AV)

This vision had many facets, including Christian repentance and faith, community, 5-fold ministry, and a bit later home birth, natural health, kosher foods, and the ideas of Christian community, crafts and homesteading.

So even as Homestead Heritage went astray more and more on the fundamentals of worship (the usurper yahweh and yahshua replacing the Lord Jesus Christ and the true tetragram JHVH pronunciation Jehovah.) Nonetheless, Blair could hold the echoes of that original anointing and authority.

In loving memory of Blair Adams.
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Steven Avery

Blair Adams passed yesterday, without his ministry it is very likely that I would never have been a Christian. Barry and Patty were the people in the middle, with Max and Sam, who shared with me so excellently.
And I was looking for a pure Christianity at the time, not jargon, not pat phrases, not hip-pocket salvation phrases .. and so much was close, but not real enough.

With the earnestness of Barry, understanding and learning from dear brother Blair, I was able to respond to a pure Christianity.


Note that I am very thankful for the ministry of Blair.

If anybody protests that I emphasize the yahweh and yahshua errors that have largely destroyed the spiritual position of Homestead Heritage, which came out of the elders that ensnared Blair and Regina ...

Please remember that Homestead Heritage often uses a funeral to attack the person who passed. (I have also seen this done once in Oneness Pentecostal circles.)

And I believe that is a very dubious manner. They do it partly because they believe that "Yahweh" tells the elders whether the person made it, or not.

And if you think "Yahweh" is a reliable source .... oopsies. Lord Jesus, help my dear friends.

1 Corinthians 3:11-15 (AV)
For other foundation can no man lay than that is laid, which is Jesus Christ. Now if any man build upon this foundation gold, silver, precious stones, wood, hay, stubble; Every man's work shall be made manifest: for the day shall declare it, because it shall be revealed by fire; and the fire shall try every man's work of what sort it is. If any man's work abide which he hath built thereupon, he shall receive a reward. If any man's work shall be burned, he shall suffer loss: but he himself shall be saved; yet so as by fire.

Lord, we want all of Homestead Heritage to lay the foundation of the Lord Jesus Christ.
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Steven Avery

Some pleasant memories.


When I visited 14th Street in Manhattan, the Holy Spirit power and booming was there, from Blair. And I would simply sit outside for a few minutes, I was a hippie those days. And I don't know if I ever actually walked into the meeting, and if I did, it was very short. When they were out in NJ, I started to really attend, traveling public from Queens.

Woodstock 7/7/77- wonderful

A vacation trip out west, very rare for Blair and Regina in those days, two sisters took off to Ossining, and they quickly cut off the vacation and came right back to minister to the two sisters, TC and Toni. It was a really wonderful site to see that dedication.

Blair and Regina went out to see The Farm in Summertown TN. And learned a lot about home-birth and maybe other things. This was done very quietly because this was a hippie community, that had moved from talks in the Bay Area. (I remember the day it was reported that they were upped and gone.) This took real gumption.

The times when folks like Lee Stoneking or the Israelis Greg and Beverly Wootton were given the pulpit in Paramus.

The picnic in upstate Jersey that got a bit wild in spirit. Blair said no more rough-style games (even volleyball can get that way) and for a long time kaboshed dogs as pets.

When Garry Stewart made it from Lebanon and Greece, showing the flyer that was at the Cornerstone Cafe in Athens, brother Demos (name may be off).

Each one of these is a story. :)


Some times I actually missed events ....

One was when Blair went to one of the Columbia University meetings, John Haldenstein could arrange it, as a student. The anti-missionaries were there, and this, I believe, led to a prophetic word.

Another was a dinner at this house, Ron and Rosanne and various folks were there.

He also went out to Beth Yeshua (or maybe it was Christ for the Nations) at Stonybrook one time. (That was not open to anybody, afaik.) Mike Evans squashed prophecy.

Each one of these is a story. :)

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Steven Avery

Two failures, that came in much later years.

One was a type of mocking of the blood of Jesus being his real, actual blood. Blair did not know of the fact that the blood of Jesus actually landed on the mercy seat through the earthquake crack during the crucifixion, and that this was a spiritual imperative.

One was Regina (and Blair apparently) accepting the Yahshua teaching as a type of new light.


Two more, areas where Christian fellowships often fail.

Blair rejected the New Testament 7th-day sabbath around 1975, albeit leaving open the possibility of later acceptance. Later Gary, Joel and Tsafir were the agents of rejection, even to the point of considering the belief and practice heretical.

The fellowship never accepted marriage permanence. David Pawson as an exemplar teacher. The result of that rejection, putting the authority in eldership decisions, is adultery.
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Steven Avery

The Lord Jesus Christ vs. Yahweh (Jupiter) from the same team as Belial

2 Corinthians 6:14-17
14 Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers: for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness? and what communion hath light with darkness?

15 And what concord hath Christ with Belial? or what part hath he that believeth with an infidel?

16 And what agreement hath the temple of God with idols? for ye are the temple of the living God; as God hath said, I will dwell in them, and walk in them; and I will be their God, and they shall be my people.

17 Wherefore come out from among them, and be ye separate, saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean thing; and I will receive you.

Steven Avery


Greetings friends!

I came to faith in the Lord Jesus Christ in the 1970s under the ministry of Blair and Regina, and the change in the lives of Barry and Patty, a wonderful family.

Blair was given a wonderful vision, that involved a sense of Christian community, discipleship, 5-fold ministry, and a few years later, much with homesteading, crafts, and similar elements. His insight was real and the preaching thunderous and powerful. There was an attempt to conform to the Hebrews 6 foundation-stones.

The goal was to have a living, real Christianity, not show-time or carnival. And with great diligence, in those years it was largely successful. We really were a type of spearhead to share Christianity in a new, pure, dedicated, zealous way.

Woodstock 7/7/77 was a joy!


Unfortunately the fellowship tripped in a couple of ways, that ended up hurting the ability to do Christian ministry.

The first big hurt was "Yahweh" with the prayer rooms today echoing "ohhhh yahwehhh", which is Gnostic.

Joel started to place the false name "Yahweh" into teachings or literature, to a small extent,. in the 1970s. And prophetic words in that dark name can easily be false prophecy, as has occurred.

Before the problems in the 1970s, they liked Joel 2:32 with a banner and used "World of Yah" . All of which is scripturally fine. We felt the Hebraic roots. Halleluyah!

Still, into the early 1980s, including the move to Colorado, it was largely pure, and it truly was Jesus on the Mainline!

Later, around 1990, the real problems took over, and the gibberish name Yahshua was brought in as well as a supposed preference to the Lord Jesus Christ. They even brought the gibberish Yahshua into the water baptism.

All of this is kept hidden, except in internal literature and discussions. You can see a blasphemy-name album "Yahweh Lives" on their site.

No fellowship whose central theme is Yahweh-worship can stay Christians because ..

Yahweh is Jupiter (more precisely, Jupiter is Yahweh-pater), a dark-side entity. This is easy to show and understand.


Also, they ended up messing up their Bible view, as well, becoming very creative in Version smorgasbording. Using many corrupt versions and picking and choosing whatever seemed to fit their "rhema", what they wanted to say. They really want to do their own version. All of this was leaving the fundamental Christianity, when Blair had begun he was centered on the King James Bible, which has the true tetragram name Jehovah as well.


And I have great thankfulness for the ministry of Blair Adams, without which I may well be long gone as a non-Christian. I was looking for a no-jargon, real, intense Christianity, and there it was! (thank you Barry for your talks by the Hackensack River in Ridgefield Park.)

And I do think we should try to understand the root of any difficulties. Whatever you do, NEVER let yourself be in a song-worship or prayer-worship to "Yahweh" (Jupiter)!!! NEVER! The Holy Spirit will RUN you away from such junque. As happened to me at the 2009 Fair.

And never use the silly gibberish word Yahshua. Neither word, Yahweh or Yahshua, is Hebrew, Bible, Jewish or Christian.

If you do want to say Jesus in Hebrew, any Israeli will tell you .. Yeshua, or the long form Yehoshua. Note that Yehoshua matches with Yehovah, I am come in my father's name. Theorphoric names start with Jeho (Yeho). The fellowship left that all behind for a mess of gnostic porridge.

Maybe some day Homestead Heritage will dump the clumps and seek to return to Christianity. Or the sincere remnant will keep the pure parts and drop the dark entity.


With condolences to the Blair Adams family, and the fellership crew.

And knowing that true worship must be centered on the Lord Jesus Christ, not counterfeit words and entities.

Colossians 3:17 (AV)
And whatsoever ye do in word or deed, do all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God and the Father by him.

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