Ep. 188: Jack Schaap Released From Prison, and Willow Creek Association — Now Global Leadership Network – Makes a Comeback
On today’s program, we have updates on the situation at Grove City College. The Global Leadership Network – formerly known as the Willow Creek Association — makes a comeback. And disgraced megachurch pastor Jack Schaap, convicted of sex crimes more than a decade ago, gets an early release from prison. We begin today with news that a controversial “discernment blogger” has been charged with DUI and for carrying a weapon.
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