James MacDonald hints at return to ministry to followers — Christian Research Network

Great days of triumph and victory always follow days of testing – we look forward to sharing with you in brand new ways – all the Lord has been teaching us and what His calling is for us.” 

(Brandon Showalter – Christian Post)  Former Harvest Bible Chapel pastor James MacDonald is signaling that he may soon be back in ministry.

The longtime pastor of the Chicago-area megachurch — who was ousted earlier this year after derogatory comments he made were played on the air of a local radio program and following months of controversy over alleged financial malfeasance and an abusive church culture — posted a message Thursday in a Facebook group called Walk in the Word Partners, according to independent journalist and radio broadcaster Julie Roys.

A member of the closed group sent the message to Roys, who shared it on her website Thursday, including screenshots.

In the message he posted, MacDonald noted that this year he and his family have experienced great loss but that God was in control and the “truth will come to light in his time.”    View article →

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3 thoughts on “James MacDonald hints at return to ministry to followers — Christian Research Network

    1. Truth2Freedom Post author

      Accepting the scriptural guidelines for disqualification with humility would be a wonderful beginning and testimony.

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