Saturday, May 4th, 2019
The move comes as Harvest transitions to a new board of elders this week and prepares to move forward under new leaders.
by: Emily McFarlan MillerCHICAGO, May 3, 2019 (RNS) — Harvest Bible Chapel has apologized both privately and publicly to a freelance journalist and two bloggers whom it sued last fall. The lawsuit, which also included the bloggers’ wives, had claimed the journalist and bloggers defamed the Chicago-area megachurch. The lawsuit later was dropped. Not long afterward, Harvest fired founding pastor Rev. James MacDonald, who had claimed the suit was biblical. “With a new church leadership team and new elder board now in place, along with this apology and the restitution Harvest hasRead More
AURORA, Ill., May 3 2019 – Aurorans and other local area residents on Thursday (National Day of Prayer) braved the rain and wind to do a prayer walk across Aurora. This was the 16th year for this cross-town prayer walk vigil, some 12 miles. The walk started at the corner of Orchard Road and West Galena Boulevard and ended at Route 59 and McCoy Drive. Two local ministers provided the leadership for the all-day walk… Rev. Dan Haas and Pastor Randy Schoof. Haas is the executive director of A FutureRead More