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  • Gospel Singer CeCe Winans Funding ‘Cast Out Demons’ Mental Health Organization

    Gospel Singer CeCe Winans Funding ‘Cast Out Demons’ Mental Health Organization

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    Gospel Singer CeCe Winans Funding ‘Cast Out Demons’ Mental Health Organization 

    Mercy Ministries, a Christian based mental health treatment facility was founded in 2009 by Nancy Alcorn and funded by wealthy evangelical donors around the country including gospel singer CeCe Winans, Joyce Meyers, and Los Angeles Rams coach Jeff Fisher. There are countless stories of patients seeking mental health treatment at Mercy Ministries. It is said that the patients were forbidden from taking prescribed medications like Xanax and Adderall, and instead were prayed over, told to surrender to God, asked to read and respond to Christian texts and the founder’s own writings, as well as being yelled at to try and exorcise demons from their bodies…


  • One Woman’s Story: My Narcissistic Sister is a Jealous Blackmailer Like Our Mother

    One Woman’s Story: My Narcissistic Sister is a Jealous Blackmailer Like Our Mother

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    My Narcissistic Sister is a Jealous Blackmailer Like Our Mother

    What can I say about my narcissistic sister, Nicole. Well, she’s definitely just like my narcissistic mother. Growing up with a sibling who too is consider narcissistic was difficult. The mind games, jealous rage, and her blackmail tactics has destroyed and ended my trust of her. Was this surprising to me? Certainly not….

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  • Former Pastor Jack Schapp Being Sued for Investment Fraud with the First Baptist Church of Hammond

    Former Pastor Jack Schapp Being Sued for Investment Fraud with the First Baptist Church of Hammond

    Jack Schaap, former pastor of the First Baptist Church of Hammond. | Provided Photo~Sun-Times Media

    Jack Schaap, former pastor of the First Baptist Church of Hammond. | Provided Photo~Sun-Times Media

    Former Pastor Jack Schapp Being Sued for Investment Fraud with the First Baptist Church of Hammond

    Former members of First Baptist Church of Hammond argue in a federal lawsuit that the church is responsible for an investment fraud run by a deacon hired by the church to provide financial advice.

    The former parishioners – Joseph and Crystal Elwell, formerly of Schererville, and Deborah and Robert Baldwin, formerly of Crown Point – say in the lawsuit, filed Thursday in the U.S. District Court in Hammond, that former Pastor Jack Schaap and Thomas Kimmel tricked them into investing more than $400,000 into what turned out to be a Ponzi scheme.