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Kip McKean

Blaise Feumba – accused of greed and inappropriate use of church funds

May 7th, 2014 | By

2007-2008 – According to a letter from the NYC Church of Christ Elders, Ernst and Young (hired by the New York ICOC) determined Blaise Feumba leading the Abidjan Church of Christ was accused of greed and inappropriate use of church funds from the Ivory Coast Church and was forced to resign in 2008. …in December, 2007,
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Kip McKeanʼs Theology: Still Winning in the Cincinnati Church of Christ

Jul 12th, 2011 | By

2011 Xraydio – Exposing the teachings of the International Churches of Christ (ICOC) and International Christian Churches (ICC) (a.k.a. the “Sold Out Discipling Movement”). Almost five years ago, July 4, 2006, my discipling partner and I were both members of the Cincinnati Church of Christ. We decided to meet for coffee when we ran into
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Wooten Termination in 2002

Oct 5th, 2010 | By

Marty Wooten held the position of Teacher and World Sector Elder and Geographic Sector Leader for the Northern Federation World Sector until September 2002. We present the letter from the Wooten’s regarding their termination, the LA Church’s response to the charges raised in the Wooten’s letter and a letter from Cecil Wooten, former World Sector
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Slush Funds and Other Ways Your Money was Spent

Sep 23rd, 2010 | By

During a question and answer session on Delphi Forums, a former church administrator (Barry Mahfood) revealed some information that had not been known before about some of the inner workings of the finances in the World Sectors.  Apparently there was a “special projects” fund set up for Kip McKean’s use.  Why? A percentage of the
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Evangelization Proclamation

Sep 16th, 2010 | By

The Evangelization Proclamation penned by Kip McKean was signed and implemented by his World Sector Leaders on February 4, 1994. This document was the plan and commitment to plant a church in every nation with a city of over 100,000 by the year 2000. Up to that point, there were churches in 53 nations over
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First Principles

Sep 16th, 2010 | By

The First Principles studies are taught around the world addressing the challenges to faith and doctrine in each culture. Kip McKean prepared this study series in 1979 with two purposes in mind: (1) to bring non-believers into a saving relationship with Jesus Christ, and (2) to provide a basis for the new Christian to fulfill
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Leadership Profiles

Sep 15th, 2010 | By

Kip McKean and Elena Garcia-McKean The first son of an Admiral in the US Navy, Thomas Wayne “Kip” McKean was born in Indianapolis, Indiana May 31, 1954. As a young man, Kip was a leader in school, clubs, sports, MYF (Methodist Youth Fellowship) and Boy Scouts where he became an Eagle Scout. He was baptized
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Los Angeles Church of Christ

Sep 4th, 2010 | By

September 6, 2005  The LA leadership is now distancing themselves from McKean, “We, here in LA, did not believe that “The Portland Story” reflected the spirit in which the Lord desired to initiate unity.  Rather than a spirit that included threats, intimidation and arrogance, we believed that our brotherhood challenges needed to be tackled by
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The Portland Story

Sep 4th, 2010 | By

In 2005 Kip McKean and the Portland Church he was leading declared they were going to call out a remnant from the ICOC.  McKean released The Portland Story. “However, as of this Jubilee the Portland leadership believes it is time for a progressive “calling-out of the remnant of disciples” from dying, former ICOC Churches. For
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Seattle Church of Christ

Sep 4th, 2010 | By

Lead by Scott and Lynne Green The Ministry Staff and Deacons released a letter regarding Kip McKean’s The Portland Story in 2005. “Unfortunately, in “The Portland Story,” our brother Kip, in seeking to “call out” disciples to an ostensibly higher level of commitment, engaged in several serious and inappropriate kinds of unwholesome criticism and comment:
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Boston Church of Christ

Aug 30th, 2010 | By

Various documents from the Boston Church of Christ 1979 – The Lexington Church of Christ invites Kip McKean to become it’s pulpit and campus minister. 1981 – Church is renamed the Boston Church of Christ.  As the Boston Church begins sending out church plantings and reconstructions it becomes known as the Boston Movement. 1992 –
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Kip McKean

Aug 22nd, 2010 | By

2011 Interesting article analyzing McKean’s claims over the years regarding his resignation from the ICOC. 2010 June 4, 2010 – McKean purchases a $650,000 condo.  Some are finding this outrageous, and rightly so. McKean continues to build his new kingdom based entirely on how he built his last kingdom.  Here’s a side-by-side comparison as to
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