The letter comes on the day that one of the elders in the house, who was recently sentenced to thirty years in prison, was back in court.
You may not have seen the letter, but chances are you have.
The House of Yahweh sent the letter out to Taylor, Jones , and Callahan county residents.
You will remember, Yedidiah Hawkins was convicted of sexual assault of a child.
He was recently sentenced to 30 years for his crime, and now has plans to appeal with a different attorney.
He made it official today in a Taylor county court.
Shane Deal, the Callahan county attorney, says even though Hawkins does plan to appeal, Deal has moved on.
Yedidiah Hawkins, the House of Yahweh elder, will wait for the appeal process in the prison system.
There is the problem according to Yisrayl Hawkins, pastor and overseer of the House of Yahweh; however, some in the public who received the letter and know that Yisrayl Hawkins' trial is coming up next month on charges of bigamy feel that the pastor has other motives for sending it.
Shane Deal, who will be prosecuting the case does not feel that will be a problem.
In this letter, Hawkins does make reference to other religious entities who have been covered in the media, like McMurry University and the North Side Baptist Church.
We did try to reach them for comment but they declined.