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Review for Bible League, Chicago, IL, USA
The review left by gtcouple is false. CEO Rob Frank has been forthcoming with Bible League about the accusations made against him while at Fruit of the Loom. In fact he shared the whole story in a public and humble fashion.
It is also false that Rob shut down Project Philip or the programs that give churches the tools to replicate themselves through church planting. Both of these endeavors are alive and well and thriving. Rob recently discussed the success of both of these programs with Pat Boone on TBN's Praise the LORD show (http://www.itbn.org/index/detail/lib/Networks/sublib/TBN/ec/l0b2JnaTol-9slGVU1PWYjYoOtckU7i7).
It is also false that Rob closed all international offices. Bible League has offices in South Africa, the Netherlands, and Australia to name a few. It is bothersome that a 100% false review can be posted on this website without fact-checking. I invite gtcouple to get the facts straight and apologize for telling lies about Bible League International.
Bible League has gone through some recent changes, but it continues to distribute Scripture throughout the world. BLI staff continue to train church planters throughout the world. Now BLI also engages in making Easy-to-Read Bibles, so more people can have access to God's Word. And Bible League now also does literacy ministry so people can read and understand the Bible's that BLI provides.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
get them more funding.
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