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Rating: 5

This ministry is awesome. I wanted to let people know that they have been such a blessing to all of us. The Church has a community youth center open every day fro children to come and play games and sports free of charge. They serve snacks to the kids every day and feed families dinner every wednesday and friday free of charge. My wife and children go there and eat. We have been going there for the past 9 months. They have helped so many and are associated with the sheriffs office and go into jails and prisons to minister.

Pastor Mike and Pastor Toby are excellent bible teachers and their families are awesome. I recommend this Church because it helps everyone. We just got done with a toy and clothing drive which donations went to needy families and Vista Calina a family shelter. They also serve dinner to Alongside Ministries a ministry that helps ex con who are released from prison.

What I write does not do justice. A person has to come and see all the work these guys do here. Even the Pastor's wives and children are so helpful and giving. They give free tours of the work and ministry they do here. So if someone is looking to give to a place that helps all people, this is a good place.

BTW: None of the Pastors are on salaries. The Pastors do not receive a salary. They both work outside of the Church. The books are open for all members to see. During members meetings all the money in and out are shown and open. That is awesome and it brings peace to our family when we give.

If you do stop by, come say hello. My name is Kevin.


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Rating: 1

Founded and operated by a convicted felon.

Michael and Suzanne Salman lied about their household income to the Arizona Department of Economic Security (DES) and received health insurance benefits through the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS) for themselves and their children.
February 04, 2013
Between 2008 and 2012 the Salmans submitted false information regarding their household income on applications for AHCCCS benefits and also submitted false statements about their employment with Bureau of Merchant Services – an entity whose initial board of directors consisted only of Michael and Suzanne Salman.

Between May 2007 and March 2012, Frank Salman misrepresented his income to DES in order receive AHCCCS health insurance benefits for himself, his spouse and his children. He also reported to AHCCCS that he was employed by NBMS.

Prior to sentencing Michael and Suzanne Salman paid AHCCCS full restitution of $73,808.92. Michael Salman pled guilty to one count of Theft, and one count of Forgery, both class 4 felonies, and was sentenced to three years probation for each count. Salman was also ordered to pay a fine of $9,200.00 and complete 40 hours of community service. Suzanne Salman was sentenced to six months probation and ordered to perform 40 hours of community service.

This matter was handled by Assistant Attorney General Beverly Rudnick. This case was investigated by the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System’s Office of the Inspector General.


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