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I wish I could believe from this that the church is finally breaking its bondage to party spirit and getting back to Christ and Him crucified. I am afraid though that they are still looking for a man instead of looking to The Man.

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"to include ministers accused of extra-marital affairs"

I would rather that it say "to include ministers GUILTY etc." To consider an accusation as equivalent to guilt is a far step down.


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If this online minister performed a funeral service would the county/state then come back and say the deceased was not legally dead?

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Failing in the Day of Victory
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“ Another Great Sermon! ”
Rev Dane never fails to preach salvation, something sadly lacking in many churches.

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