The King’s College, Acts 29, and Steven Furtick
ONE YEAR AGO. On Feb. 7, 2023, MinistryWatch reported that The King’s College in New York City announced it was experiencing a “funding shortfall of approximately $2.6 million for the spring semester, due primarily to ...
Urban and larger churches were more likely to accept the loans, according to study.
Churches and Christian ministries accepted more than $7 billion in Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Loans under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Stability (CARES) Act, according to research conducted by Christianity Today.
The King’s College in New York City is no longer offering courses in the upcoming fall semester, is laying off its entire faculty and is closing its current chapter according to the board of trustees, ...
But school still hopes to resume operations in future
The last remaining evangelical Christian college in New York City, The King’s College, announced Monday (July 17) to staff and faculty that the school, which has faced dire financial challenges, would not renew many teaching ...
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The King’s College, which has been much in the news lately as a result of financial and governance problems, announced that it “mutually and amicably agreed to end” its collaboration” with Primacorp Ventures, Inc.
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