Church Statement The whole set of AP articles are targeted to incite hate crimes against us at the
Word of Faith Fellowship. We have received multiple threats. It appears that the
accusers want the church doors closed, but they also want businesses closed.
The church owns no businesses, and this ought to be against the law.
If they will do this to us, what will they do to you and others?
Josh Farmer\'s Statement Our church has been the target of religious bigotry and persecution for several
decades. One-sided media stories with salacious headlines established the narrative
and attempted to hang on us the "cult" label. Inevitably, investigations by several
government agencies followed. Despite the adversity, our church, its leaders,
and its members have been vindicated at every point.
-Joshua B Farmer, Attorney at Law
Scriptures Indeed, all who delight in piety and are determined to live a godly life
in Christ Jesus will meet with persecution...
But wicked men and impostors will go on from bad to worse, deceiving
and leading astray others...
II Timothy 3:12-13

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Jordan\\\'s Statement There could not be more loving, caring, and godly people than the people in this
church. Their love and kindness has reached to the corners of the globe, and if the
media would ever consider to publish the truth, it would really be an incredible story.
I recommend that you go to the official church website and check out the true heart of
Sam and Jane Whaley. Any of the slander you may read about the church
is utterly preposterous and totally unfounded.
-Jordan Kidd

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