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What the Bible Says, Good Samaritan's Penny Pulpit by Pastor Ed Rice
What the Bible Says, Good Samaritan's Penny Pulpit by Pastor Ed Rice
What the Bible Says, Good Samaritan's Penny Pulpit by Pastor Ed Rice
What the Bible Says, Good Samaritan's Penny Pulpit by Pastor Ed Rice
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Our Mission to the Multitudes - Old-Fashioned Preaching! Using the miracle of the feeding of the 5000 to encourage us to minister to the masses today with the gospel, this message was preached on Sunday evening, ...
July 18, 2021 - The Doucette Family Special musical concert by The Doucette Family. They specialize in Bluegrass Gospel Music. We hope that you enjoy the concert.
Pastor Gelfand - Sunday Evening - 7/14/2021- Acts 17 - Response to the Gospel Live from Sewickley Lighthouse Baptist Church in Sewickley, Pennsylvania.
Pastor Gelfand - Sunday Morning - 7/14/2021- Job - The Mystery of Misery Live from Sewickley Lighthouse Baptist Church in Sewickley, Pennsylvania.
Pastor Gelfand - Wednesday Evening - 7/7/2021- Judges 2 - Flirting With Sin Live from Sewickley Lighthouse Baptist Church in Sewickley, Pennsylvania.
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Class action alleges apologetics organization misrepresented the ministry and “bilked” faithful Christian donors.An NFL football player and his wife are suing Ravi Zacharias International Ministries (RZIM), claiming the world’s largest apologetics ministry “deceived faithful Christians” and “bilked tens—if not hundreds—of millions of dollars from well-meaning donors.”Derek Carrier, a tight end for the Las Vegas Raiders, and his wife Dora Carrier were regular listeners to RZIM podcasts and gave the ministry $30,000 in January 2020.They supported RZIM’s mission to “touch both the heart and the intellect of the thinkers and opinion-makers of society with the truth of the gospel” and trusted the integrity of the ministry’s leadership. They didn’t know that Zacharias had owned multiple spas where he sexually abused employees and had been credibly accused of preying on women in multiple countries.Now the Carriers say they believe Zacharias and the leadership of RZIM “misrepresented the true nature of their ministry and the use of funds donated in support of their stated purpose.” Ravi Zacharias’s estate, administered by his widow Margaret, is also named as a defendent.The lawsuit, filed in Atlanta on Thursday, asks the federal court to certify the Carriers as representatives of a class of donors harmed by RZIM. According to their lawyers, the class would include people like the Carriers who gave large sums to support apologetics, but also donors who gave $5, $10, or $100.“I would imagine the vast majority of donors gave under $100,” Kim Johnson, an attorney representing the Carriers, told CT. “Nobody is going to file a claim for $100. Nobody can bear the costs of going to court for such a small amount. A class action allows us to represent ...Continue reading...
Class action alleges apologetics organization misrepresented the ministry and “bilked” faithful Christian donors.An NFL football player and his wife are suing Ravi Zacharias International Ministries (RZIM), claiming the world’s largest apologetics ministry “deceived faithful Christians” and “bilked tens—if not hundreds—of millions of dollars from well-meaning donors.”Derek Carrier, a tight end for the Las Vegas Raiders, and his wife Dora Carrier were regular listeners to RZIM podcasts and gave the ministry $30,000 in January 2020.They supported RZIM’s mission to “touch both the heart and the intellect of the thinkers and opinion-makers of society with the truth of the gospel” and trusted the integrity of the ministry’s leadership. They didn’t know that Zacharias had owned multiple spas where he sexually abused employees and had been credibly accused of preying on women in multiple countries.Now the Carriers say they believe Zacharias and the leadership of RZIM “misrepresented the true nature of their ministry and the use of funds donated in support of their stated purpose.” Ravi Zacharias’s estate, administered by his widow Margaret, is also named as a defendent.The lawsuit, filed in Atlanta on Thursday, asks the federal court to certify the Carriers as representatives of a class of donors harmed by RZIM. According to their lawyers, the class would include people like the Carriers who gave large sums to support apologetics, but also donors who gave $5, $10, or $100.“I would imagine the vast majority of donors gave under $100,” Kim Johnson, an attorney representing the Carriers, told CT. “Nobody is going to file a claim for $100. Nobody can bear the costs of going to court for such a small amount. A class action allows us to represent ...Continue reading...
Israeli scientists say they have identified three existing drugs that have good prospects as COVID-19 treatments, reporting that they illustrated high ability to fight the virus in lab tests. Professor ... Read MoreThe post Israeli Scientists Look at Existing Drugs to Fight COVID appeared first on The Friends of Israel Gospel Ministry.
We Will Respond ‘In Our Own Way,' Bennett Warned Iran After Attack On Israeli-Linked Ship “In recent days, the world has received another reminder of Iranian aggression, this time at ... Read MoreThe post News Digest — 8/2/21 appeared first on The Friends of Israel Gospel Ministry.
Gantz Visits South: The State Of Israel Is Prepared For Any Scenario Defense Minister Benny Gantz toured southern Israel on Tuesday (3rd), together with Deputy Defense Minister, Alon Shuster, Head ... Read MoreThe post News Digest — 8/4/21 appeared first on The Friends of Israel Gospel Ministry.
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