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Jan 07 2018

Ingo Breuer

Ex-Muslim Christians criticize pope for mixing of religions.‭

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Former Muslims who became christians,‭ ‬and their friends,‭ ‬to His Holiness Pope Francis,‭ ‬about his attitude towards Islam‭

I ask you to join this critical letter to the popee exposing his pussyfooting with the Muslims and trying to insinuate that taking on of Muslim refugees is somehow a “Christian” thing to do while Muslim countries, of course, take on hardly any refugees. They seem to be pursuing an Islamic invasion. This has nothing to do with the Biblical comand to receive strangers. Actually the Bible commands that strangers should be under the same law than citizens. So there should be none of that preferential treatment they are currently getting as European countries with dying populations take on masses of Muslim refugees to use as cheap labor force.

It is sad that those Muslims who converted from Islam to Christian Catholicism feel so betrayed and backstabbed by their religious leaders as they cuddle up with Islam and claim that Islam and Christianity have the same “god”.

Add your voice of criticism of those compromisers in Rome. The Good Shepherd protects the sheep from the wolf. But the false shepherd in Rome seems to be compromising with the wolf.

Please sign protest here:

Here is the entire letter:

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Jan 14 2017

Ingo Breuer

Exploring An Old Church Building In Rural Tennessee

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This is the building where the congregation of the former Ensor Chapel Methodist Church gathered for worship. The building sits empty now and it inspires a sense of respect for that generation of farmers and country people that worshiped and served the Lord in this place before us. The church building sits empty now. But let’s not forget that all those that were saved here are in heavean with the Lord now. Those saints that used to worship in this place have moved up to a heavenly mansion over the hilltop of glory.

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May 11 2016

Ingo Breuer

How one church produced more than 11 million Bibles

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Here is how a Baptist church in rural Tennessee has produced more than 11,000,000 Bibles and Bible parts in 18 languages and shipped to 30 different countries. Including a huge number of Arabic Bibles. I found out about this church when I did jail ministry and our church used their simple King James Bibles to give to interested inmates. Now I live in Germany and use the German gospels of John printed at Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church in Oliver Springs, Tennessee to pass out in Germany. And I go to the nearby Goodwill store in Harriman, TN and buy all their Mt. Pisgah New Testaments and also bring them to Germany to pass out and to place in public exchange book racks. Here is a recent TV report about this unique church that commits to printing Bibles and sending them to misssionaries worldwide. The Bible truly belongs to the church and not to scholars and publishing corporations.

CLICK TO WATCH: WVLT, Church prints millions of Bibles

The church website is:

(Their live Sunday service webcast comes with sign language service for the hearing-impaired.)

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Oct 05 2014

Ingo Breuer

Please come to the Mission Point Jubilee

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Revival meeting near Jamestown, Tennessee

October 10-14, 2014

I am inviting you to a wonderful meeting of Bible preaching, gospel music, food and fellowship at a beautiful outdoor location overlooking the hills of Tennessee.

Friday Oct 10th 7:00 PM – Primitive Quarter with Ralph Sexton Jr. Preaching

Saturday Oct. 11th 7:00 PM- The Perrys with Joe Arthur preaching

Sunday AM Oct. 12th 10:30 AM- Faith Baptist Tabernacle Celebration Choir with CT Townsend preaching

Sunday PM Oct. 12th 7:00 PM- Legacy Five with CT Townsend preaching

Monday Oct. 13th 7:00 PM- Old Paths Quartet with Kenny Baldwin preaching

Tuesday Oct. 14th 7:00 PM- The Mckameys with Johnny Pope preaching

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