He is author of three books, Not by Sight, Things Not Seen, and Don’t Follow Your Heart.He and his wife live in the Twin Cities with their five children.Although the show has fallen off its ratings high, we're told it's still very profitable, so TLC is taking a financial hit.But the network is not turning its back on the kids, telling us, "Supporting the health and welfare of these remarkable children is our only priority.TLC clearly did not believe her and cancelled the show because they felt she was putting her children at risk.
“We started the year the strongest we’ve ever been, but since then we’ve seen a decline in attendance and giving, and we saw a steep decline over the last two months.”Its leader, Pastor Mark Driscoll has recently been accused of posting offensive comments on the Mars Hill online forum almost 15 years ago under a pseudo name.
The telephone poll of 900 Syrian refugees was conducted by the Arab Center for Research and Policy Studies as part of a larger survey of sis hundred people in each of six Arab nations and the Palestinian territories about ISIS.
The group surveyed Syrian refugees in “equal proportion” located in Turkey, Jordan and Lebanon.
An Evangelical mega church is closing branches after comments made by its founder Mark Driscoll where he referred to women as “penis homes” were unearthed by a blogger.
Mars Hill spokesman Justin Dean said financial pressures are forcing the cutbacks in the wake of negative press surrounding the church and its founder, who has stepped down for six weeks amid concerns surrounding his leadership.