Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Should Christians Give Money to Ministries Deep in Debt?


UNDER DISCUSSION
Should Christians Give Money to Ministries Deep in Debt?
Experts weigh giving to insolvent faith-based organizations.
Compiled by Morgan Lee
Teen Mania, best known for its Acquire the Fire (ATF) rallies, is one of America's five most insolvent charities, according to Charity Navigator. It has asked donors to be patient; Compassion International sued for a refund after paying to promote its child sponsorship at ATF events that got canceled. Should Christians keep giving money to ministries deep in debt? Here's how experts weighed in.... continue reading >>


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