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Celebration Church, a 12,000-member megachurch near Jacksonville, Florida, has released findings from an internal investigation into its founder, Pastor Stovall Weems, local media has reported.
According to news4jax.com, the report includes allegations of financial misconduct and fraud, among others. Weems, who resigned his position Monday night, denied the allegations in a statement provided to news4jax.com.
"I shall not and cannot be connected to any church in which the leadership abandons the clear biblical principles and scriptural qualifications for governance and oversight," Weems letter of resignation stated.
Everyone can see that something really strange appears to be happening. Now even Tucker Carlson is talking about it on television.
For months, unusual fires have been erupting at important food industry facilities all over America. Last Thursday I put together a list of 16 major fires that have occurred just since the start of the year. Unfortunately, since I wrote that article, a couple more "mysterious incidents" have taken place.
Very early on Saturday, firefighters were called out to battle a fire at a General Mills facility in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court heard the case in which a high school football coach was fired for silently praying on the field after games. Most of the Justices seemed favorable to Coach Kennedy's arguments.
Liberty Counsel filed an amicus brief in Kennedy v. Bremerton School District, in support of coach Joe Kennedy, an 18-year Marine veteran. On January 18, 2022, Liberty Counsel presented oral argument in a separate case, Shurtleff v. City of Boston. In that case, like in the Coach Kennedy case, the government argued that what otherwise appears to be private speech is government speech.
Following the argument in Shurtleff, it appeared clear that the Justices were not sympathetic to the argument that the government could claim private speech is actually government speech and thereby censor it. Although not as clear in today's argument involving Coach Kennedy, it appears the Justices were skeptical of the school district's claim that Coach Kennedy's speech was government speech.
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