Faith Berg Fischer (also known as Faith David, Faithy and Faith Berg Dietrich; born February 2, 1951 in Florence, Arizona) is the youngest of David Berg’s four children. She lives in Houston, Texas. Her previous spouses and partners include Arnold Dietrich ("Big Josh"), Juan Carlos Rosas and Michael Fischer. According to her sister Deborah Davis, Faith's father engaged her in an incestuous relationship throughout her childhood and adult life. Faithy (as she is commonly known) denies Deborah’s claim and has defended her father’s teachings concerning the benefits of parents masturbating their children:
Many first and second generation members who have known Faithy over the years report that she enthusiastically embraced the sexual liberties preached by her father. Some of the most blatant sexualization of children occurred when Faith was a Family leader in Greece with the “Music with Meaning” ministry during the 1970s.
In the mid-1970s, Faith was her father’s envoy to Muammar Qaddafi, among the first generation of Islamicists to challenge U.S. power through state-supported terrorism. Faith returned to Amsterdam to sing Qaddafi's praises to a crowd of 500 young people:
With the Reorganization Nationalization Revolution (RNR) in 1983, a series of dressings-down and "re-education" sessions began Faithy’s decade-long purge from her father’s inner leadership circle and removal from the line of succession to his throne. The Mo Letter "You Must Obey the Least of These Commandments!" (ML 1827) – castigation for the supposed sin of sun-tanning – was the beginning of Faithy's public humiliation.
Following this initial re-education period by her father and Karen Zerby, Faithy reportedly oversaw the videotaping of Family women and girls in seductive dance videos (see: Heaven's Harlots by Miriam Williams; Chapter 9, Crossroads). Later, Faithy helped oversee teen re-education and discipline at The Family's Heavenly City School Victor Program in Japan, using such techniques as exorcisms, hard labor and strong corporal punishment. She later became a repeat student in the Victor Programs.
Faithy reportedly has had a serious drinking problem for many years. Despite this, she initiated a humanitarian aid effort under the auspices of Family Care Foundation in the early 1990s. By 1998, Project Aid/Siberia was chosen to distribute several million dollars in commodities from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to the people of Novosibirsk, Russia.  However, after Archpriest Alexander Novopashin of the Russian Orthodox Church complained  about Faithy using a US- government sponsored organization to spread her fathers' doctrines, she was confronted by Steven Kelly in 1999 and dispensed from any official role in The Family International.
Faith currently lives near her mother Jane Miller Berg in Houston, Texas.
 Alleged child sexual abuse
Faith has been accused of sexually abusing children during the 1980s. Some of those who attended the Mexico Teen Training Camp in July/August 1986 have alleged that she sexually abused teenage boys who were attending the camp. In a self-published book, Sam Ajemian noted some of the allegations against her:
However, despite credible allegations against her, she has not been charged with or convicted of any criminal offense related to child sexual abuse and thus is presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
- Faith Berg describes how Flirty Fishing began (3.0MB) — From "The Love Prophet and the Children of God" documentary