This is our archive of news items tagged Agape Ministries
You'll find articles about that subject in each of the items listed, even if the term does not necessarily occur
within the headlines or descriptive text.
People who preach that you have to ‘sow’ your money (‘seed’) in order to reap financial blessings do not believe their own teachings.
A former senior member of the Agape Ministries doomsday cu;lt faces a possible two-year sentence for spending three years on the run. [Read more...]
Some churches operate more like cults than religious orders, says a member of the advisory board for the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission.
What definition of a cult he uses is not clear, but [Read more...]
The financial empire of the Agape Ministries
doomsday cult will be carved up by the Australian Taxation Office following a $3 million court judgment.
In November 2010 the cult was stripped of its status as a religion. [Read more...]
A profoundly disabled woman has won her $500,000 lawsuit
against fugitive cultist Rocco Leo – by default.
The cult leader is still battling the Australian Taxation Office over a $4.1 million debt
and is wanted on assault charges
. [Read more...]
Lawyers defending fugitive Agape Ministries cult leader Rocco Leo against a $420,000 lawsuit have withdrawn from the case.
The woman claims he falsely promised to take her to a South Pacific island where she would be healed and protected from global armageddon [Read more...]
In today’s issue: The widow of Rex Humbard, the world’s first televangelist, dies. An Agape Ministries cult member gets his ammunition back. A court orders gated communities in Puerto Rico to provide access to Jehovah’s Witnesses.
Plus a short, but though-provoking documentary on the Westboro Baptist Church — a hate group that masquerades as a Christian church. [Read more...]
Fugitive Agape Mininstries cult leader Rocco Leo and former cult member Martin Penney have settled their lawsuits against each other.
Rocco Leo fled to Fiji in May 2010, just before police raided his Agape Ministries properties where they discovered thousands of rounds of ammunition and guns. [Read more...]