A new $8.5 million dollar religious training center opening this week in Chattanooga has a foundation built on the Bible. Quite literally.
Builders of the headquarters of the International Congress of Churches and Ministers planted a thousand Bibles in the walls, ceilings and sidewalks of the new building.
The nonprofit offers churches and ministers training, including classes on fasting and prayer, and a quote “millionaire wealth seminar.”
Sure, the new facility may be inside a former Circuit City store on Lee Highway, but it’s quite an elegant place.
The lobby includes a wooden table appointed from Italy and an onyx floor imported from Israel. And the biggest sanctuary will offer stadium seating.
The founder of ICCM says the center is debt-free, and the lavish interior is to meant to help people feel successful.
While Americans enjoy religious freedom thanks to the Constitution, that’s not true in many parts of the world. Christians are a minority group in many regions.
Our ministry is proud to support churches in Pakistan and help them in their need for bibles. Please check out this short announcement, explaining what the program and website are, and how you can help flip Pakistan to the Christian column. The site is www.BiblesForPakistan.com.
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This urban exploration is an abandoned church that was left abandoned after the Reverend John W. Eden went to the upper room on July 26, 2014. The name of this abandoned church is the House of Our Redeemer located in Cleveland Ohio. It was categorized as a Baptist Church that was established in 1992 and incorporated in Ohio. Everything inside the church was left behind. I found several pianos, pastors clothing, and a Hammond organ that was also left abandoned. I would to thank you all for watching this video of an abandoned church left to decay. And a special thanks to Mckenzie for helping me with the history behind these abandoned places.
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