Delayed But Not Denied
TBR — Richmond, VA – (January 11, 2018) – When they say the struggle is real, they may have been referring to the final sale of the Richmond Christian Center.
It was just a few weeks ago when an article from the FREE PRESS Newspaper stated that a judge had approved the sale of the Richmond Christian Center to the Richmond Based United Nations Church International (UNCI) and that it had also been approved to purchase the 5-acre Richmond Christian Center property in South Side. The independent UNCI, led by Bishop Orrin K. Pullings Sr. and co-pastor and wife, Dr. Medina S. Pullings, had already put up $200,000 and needed to provide the remaining $2.7 million by December 15th.
It was only days after that story was released, that the pastor, of Richmond Christian Center, Rev. Steve Parson, Sr., said that the loan on the property had not been closed and was being held up in court.
However on Monday, January 8, 2018, (the 8th, the day of completion), Pastor Pullings informed us here at The Belle Report that he and his wife, finalized the deal, signed the necessary papers and that the loan has been CLOSED. “Delayed but not denied,” said Pastor Pullings.
As for the Richmond Christian Center, Pastor Steve Parson has placed a message on his Facebook page, referencing a new meeting place for his church that says,
“Calling all RICHMOND Christian Center Members: past and present
God is Faithful.
Introducing the NEW RICHMOND Christian Center
8:00am at 8659 Staples Mill Road, Henrico VA, Don’t miss it.
Bringing in 2018 with the beginning of what the Lord has Already begun!
This good work that He has begun in us He will perform until the last day!
Plus we getting our Building back from the thief!”
Pastor Steve Parson
May we continue to keep everyone in prayer as we all move forward in the WILL of God during the 2018 year.
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