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1. Pastor Matthew Johnson wrote:
Hey! Pastor Allen, this is an Associate Friend of yours from Years Ago. It's been a long time since we seen each other, and It's a Blessing to see what God is doing in and through your Life & Ministry.

By the way, We meet years ago through your cousin Pastor's RCB Jr & Samuel Blake, and I been looking forward to seening U again, I hope to see U in the Dome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! .

Fri, November 27, 2009 @ 5:29 PM

2. C. Milton wrote:
hello pastor steve & marilyn Allen
it's always a blessing to see you on tv. I admire how you have allowed God to bring you into his wholeness and is continuing. May the Lord continue to bless youall as you go forth in the work of our father.may every desire of your heart be granted according to God's will in this coming year.
HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mon, December 28, 2009 @ 11:12 AM

3. Sara Cooper wrote:
Hello Pastor Allen,

I just want you to know that through your obedience of teaching the Word straight forward, my life has never been more fulfilled. I have come to learn that there is a difference between just knowing the Word and applying the Word to my life. You inspire a life of integrity. My husband and I hear the Word you bring forth and we feel empowered to press on through the challenges of marriage, parenthood, and life in general. I can admit to that when we miss fellowship things are just not the same. Pastor we love you and your family for being an inspiration and awesome example of how obedience to God WILL bring about positive change.

From my family to yours...Thanks!!!!

Mon, February 22, 2010 @ 9:43 AM

4. David Hall wrote:
Hello, Pastor Allen My name is David Andrew Hall Jr and i'm from Hamilton, Ms and I just want you and first lady Marlyn to know that i love youa'll because youa'll are such encouraging people and i know you don't know me but i've been looking at youa'll praise team and choir on youtube and they haven't posted no videos on youtube since 2009 and if you will could you tell your camera team to start back posting videos on youtube and to include you preaching some sermons on youtube so i can you because you're such an encouraging pastor and remind me of mother. So may the blessings of the lord continue to be with you always.

Wed, June 9, 2010 @ 5:30 PM

5. Kimberly wrote:
Your rendition of Hosana was awesome. I listen to it everyday. May God bless you all. I live in Atlanta, but will visit if I am ever in the area.

Thu, September 2, 2010 @ 12:11 PM

6. Kimberly wrote:
I have spent time today on your website looking through everything and listening to the audio. I will be recommending to all my friends and family to visit your website and listen to your audio. Pastor Allen is an awesome man of God and his spirit resonates through his teachings. Please provide us with more insight into Destiny Christian Center. I will continue to follow you. Again God Bless. I thank God for leading me to your site today. I have been uplifted.

Thu, September 2, 2010 @ 12:50 PM

7. Diana wrote:
This is definitely a meat offreed to idols issue.Do we do background checks on all funds received? What of the dollar that was paid to a church member who slipped up and slacked off for an hour at work? How do we ensure that all our church members are giving the proper amount of effort at work when we've had such trouble keeping up with our church members? And what do we do about all the little anonymous donations of a few hundred or thousand dollars here and there for budgets, buildings and missions? If a church member wins the lottery, do we do church discipline until he gives it all away? To whom will he give it? Should they take it? Should he take it back to the lottery commission so it stays in the evil pot and never pollutes the good pot? What if we find out that two church members have bet on a sporting event and the loser has to give $1000 to missions?To be sure, I'm not a gambler and I don't believe we should gamble. I believe Christians should be instructed not to gamble. However, we are all sinners and as such all our gains are tainted. Taking money so explicitly ill-gotten is enough for many to question if a church is beyond reproach and they church should not be in that situation. If the money cannot be refused or returned, perhaps it is best to keep it out of the general fund and create an endowment or something that gives it the appearance of the redemption of purpose. In matters of the spirit, intent is everything. In matters of relationship, appearance is everything in order to properly communicate intent.Jim Pembertons last blog post..

Wed, September 26, 2012 @ 8:07 PM

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