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Causes: Christianity, Religion

Mission: To preach the gospel of jesus christ and to educate as to the content and meaning of scripture.

Programs: Jack van impe ministries is an organization which uses television, radio programs, recordings, videos, tapes, books and pamphlets to preach the gospel of jesus christ and to educate as to the content and meaning of scripture.

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

A fine organization that candidly expresses a traditional Christian perspective on the news and that seeks to enlighten the public at large concerning Christian values and Biblical truth. I have no doubt that their view of current events and sometimes hard edged commentary is driven by their adherence to Christian truths. Over the years, I've been encouraged by their broadcasts and touched by their love of their viewership as evidenced by the passion they regularly communicate in their evangelistic outreach. This is a refreshing departure from the phenomenally biased, so-called "news coverage" that's otherwise prevalent in the media. Drs. Jack and Rexella Van Impe have integrity and chutzpah that's glaringly absent in the mainstream media.

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 1

I never cease to be amazed at the lengths this man goes in accusing Democrats and President Barack Obama of being corrupt and evil. He came on today and preached his politics again. This time he railed at Obama for taking God out of the party platform and not supporting Israel. Then he went on about how Obama's supporters have said he was God. He also mentioned something about Obama being Muslim. It was all political propaganda. Why hasn't this televangelist lost his tax exempt status? He's been supporting Republican party candidates and condemning those from the other party for years and years and nobody ever does a thing.

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