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  2. Paula White - Wikipedia

    Paula Michelle White-Cain (née Furr; born April 20, 1966) is an American televangelist and a proponent of prosperity theology . White was chair of the evangelical advisory board to Donald Trump's 2016 campaign. [1] She delivered the invocation at his inauguration, on January 20, 2017. [2] She is the first female clergy member to deliver the ...

  3. Texas megachurch elder heard on tape agonizing over pastor's ...

    Robert Morris, founding pastor of the megachurch Gateway, delivers a sermon at the church in Fort Worth, Texas, in 2018. (Ilana Panich-Linsman for The New York Times / Redux Pictures)

  4. Endtime Ministries - Wikipedia

    Endtime Ministries is an American Pentecostal Christian organization. [1] [2] It defines itself as a teacher of biblical prophecy [3] [4] [5] founded and headed by minister Irvin Baxter Jr. The organization is based in Plano, Texas . It focuses on explaining world events from its view of the Bible, with an emphasis on prophecy and exposition of ...

  5. Modesto church settles lawsuit from decades-ago abuse ... - AOL

    Erin Tracy. July 12, 2022 at 9:00 AM. CrossPoint Community Church in Modesto has settled another lawsuit with a victim of childhood sexual abuse, perpetrated by a pastor there decades ago. The ...

  6. Robert Morris (pastor) - Wikipedia

    Profession. Pastor. televangelist. Robert Morris (born July 29, 1961) is an American televangelist pastor who founded the Gateway Church, a megachurch based in Southlake, Texas, in 2000. He served as senior pastor at the church until 2024, when he resigned after allegations that he engaged in sexual misconduct with a 12 year-old girl in the 1980s.

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  8. Bruxy Cavey - Wikipedia

    Timothy Bruce Cavey (born 1965), [1] known as Bruxy Cavey, is a Canadian author and former pastor. He is the author of The End of Religion and Reunion. Cavey, along with Greg Boyd, has been an important voice in recent discussions of Christian nonviolence theology in North America. [citation needed] Cavey has been a guest professor teaching ...

  9. International House of Prayer - Wikipedia

    Founded. May 7, 1999. ( 1999-05-07) Founder (s) Mike Bickle. The International House of Prayer, Kansas City ( IHOPKC ), is a Charismatic evangelical Christian movement and missions organization, based in Kansas City, Missouri, and the nearby suburb of Grandview, that focuses on the inerrancy of scripture, and biblical prayer with worship. [1]