Idaho town denies religious sect building permit

The Tribal Land Use Commission denied a building permit for Joseph D. Ahlstrom, a member of the Church of the Firstborn and the General Assembly of Heaven, who planned to build a three-story dormitory for about 20 people on the Fort Hall Reservation.

The Church of the Firstborn moved to the area three months ago from Utah. They said they prayed about the move and the spirit of God directed them to Fort Hall.

– Source / Full Story: Religious Sect Denied Permit to Build on Fort Hall, KIFI, Sep. 24, 2009– Summarized by Religion News Blog

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