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Hello faithful readers and followers. We have to thank you for your continued support. As you know now, we have revealed the founder of AT2W and you are all probably wondering “Why Now?” Well, it’s all about timing. We have been known for our “straight forwardness” in our posts and articles and this has always caused unfavorable threats to our staff. The naysayers have always been around and still are but we saw this a a time to reveal the founder’s face only to allow our fans to finally connect with us on a more personal level. Since it has been so many years, AT2W fans can finally put a face to the image of this blog.
The Late Bishop Bonner’s Family in Fight Over The Pastor’s Large Estate
The family of a popular Pentecostal bishop from Detroit who started his ministry in a storefront says the national megachurch he built before his death is keeping them from inheriting what they believe to be up to $10 million.
Bishop William Bonner’s two adult grandchildren say his survivors are being shut out of their inheritance and they believe officials with the Harlem, N.Y.-based Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ are hiding money and records about property that belongs to the family.
Hall of Fame and NFL Legend Tony Dorsett Battles CTE from Concussions
Hall of Fame running back Tony Dorsett, who was diagnosed with having signs of chronic traumatic encephalopathy in 2013, said he is “in a battle” and that he had no idea “that the end was going to be like this.”
CTE is a degenerative condition many scientists say is caused by head trauma and is linked to depression and dementia. It is indicated by a buildup of tau, an abnormal protein that strangles brain cells in areas that control memory, emotions and other functions.
“The Largest Sexual Abuse Scandal to Hit the Evangelical Church” Exposed, Report Says
In the works for 10 months, a story in the February 2016 Washingtonian brings to the public details of an alleged conspiracy to cover up sexual abuse by a prominent evangelical megachurch.
The story behind a sex-abuse scandal at an evangelical megachurch near Washington, D.C., kept out of court by a statute of limitations, has hit newsstands in a long-form story in the Washingtonian, a monthly lifestyle magazine read by 400,000.
Catholic Church Member and Child Sex Victim Demanded to Refund Settlement?
The Catholic Church is in damage control after one of its lawyers demanded that a child sex abuse survivor repay an out-of-court settlement because she spoke to the media about her case.
Lawyers for the Diocese of Wagga Wagga also sought a public apology from the woman for “untruths” she told to the local newspaper.
But after being contacted by the ABC on Wednesday, the Bishop of Wagga Wagga said he did not instruct the lawyer to make the demands and he would not be pursuing abuse survivor Gina Swannell for the money….
Pastor Creflo Dollar To Get Highway Renamed After Him
The megachurch pastor may be on his way to getting his own piece of highway in South Fulton County.
Yes, you heard correctly: According to the AJC, a proposal in the state Senate aims to dedicate a portion of Old National Highway in South Fulton County as the new “Creflo Dollar Highway.”
Officially filed as Senate Resolution 805 and sponsored by state Sen. Donzella James, D-Atlanta, the proposal on Monday got assigned to the Senate Transportation Committee, which over the course of the next several weeks will consider dozens of local road-naming requests as part of regular business at the state Capitol.
Black Female Physicist Working on New Cancer Treatments
For Dr. Hadiyah-Nicole Green, the fight against cancer is a personal one.
After her parents died, Green was raised by her grandparents, General Lee Smith and Ora Lee; Ora Lee was diagnosed with cancer but refused treatment.
“She refused the treatment because she didn’t want to experience the side effects. It was heartbreaking, but I could appreciate she wanted to die on her own terms,” Green told AL.com. “Three months later, my uncle was diagnosed with cancer.”
Her uncle didn’t refuse treatment, but Green saw how much it took out of him.
Empire Show Gets Green Light for Season 3
Via E! News: