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Prophets, Not Profits: God doesn't want you to be rich
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Posted 5/02/12

Overview of Trinity Foundation's work

We compiled this 10 1/2 minute video to give an overview of Trinity Foundation's investigations into religous fraud and misconduct spanning 25 years. We hope you'll find it informative and encouraging. Thanks for your kind support over the years!

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            Posted 2/10/12

Eddie Long's finances entangled with church

After a six-month investigation, WSBTV in Atlanta has found that controversial Bishop Eddie Long's personal finances have been intertwined with his New Birth Missionary Baptist Church for years, possibly violating tax laws. The church has paid roughly $200,000 in property taxes for him, plus $85,000 in taxes for his jet. (February 10, 2012)

Here's the link to the story and video.

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