COGWA has started a new outreach program similar to the old AICF activities. Why cannot any of these men ever come up with anything original? Are they so embarrassed about their message that they have to have a "worldly" front to their church?
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The new COGWA charitable trust is Foundation Outreach International. They will be working with Jordan, Ghana and Zambia, among other nations.
While helping people in these nations is greatly needed, it will be COGWA members who will be called upon over and over again to give as much money as possible to get this "ministry" going. Armstrong’s foundation never made money and costs multiple millions of tithe dollars. Gerald Flurry's foundation is also spending millions in tithe money in yet another unprofitable adventure. The members of these groups never have any say so in these "foundations." It's always the ministers at higher levels who want these things in order to bask in more glory and accolades.
Our MissionFoundation Outreach International is organized and operated as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit according to U.S. tax regulations and is recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a tax-exempt organization. We are committed to the idea of good works. We plan to be a light in a very dark world, where works of kindness seem drowned out by sadness and catastrophe. Our focus is on humanitarian projects and the development of leadership and character in the lives of all people, but especially among the youth and young adults around the world.
Our Mission Statement summarizes our goals as a nonprofit:The mission of Foundation Outreach International (FOI) is to provide assistance, support, and volunteers for humanitarian and educational projects around the world. The emphasis is on projects that build character, develop leaders, and promote a better quality of life, especially for youth and young adults.