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Here is the Post article by Kevin Thompson. The owner of the Bamboo Room has this to say about pastor Olive having church services in the venue:We are proud to announce we are now a sponsor of the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation :) We will be… https://t.co/FvYer7ZEYL— The Bamboo Room (@TheBambooRoomLW) October 3, 2015
“Let’s face it, we’re a nightclub and most of his people are in rehab or just getting out of it,” Minton [David Minton, the club’s managing partner] said.And. . .
It took about three weeks, with the club owners — on a handshake deal [emphasis added] — agreeing to rent the space for $450 every Sunday, — a 50 percent discount from what is normally paid.Now it gets really interesting:
“I know they don’t have a lot of money and I wanted to help them out,” Minton said.
At the time [of the 'War on Jesus'], Olive had said it appeared churches were being singled out and was quoted as saying Lake Worth wasn’t tolerant of Christians living a public life downtown.Go to the 1:20 mark in the video below and learn about the "targeting [of Christians] in Lake Worth, FL"; this video was published on March 11th as pastor Olive was ramping up his 'War on Jesus':
Olive now downplays what happened.
“All those problems are behind us now,” he said.
Just a month ago the 'War on Jesus' by pastor Olive was still on:
|GOBA (Greater Orlando Baptist Assoc.) is pastor Olive's church "planting" partner.|
|An actual blog post in response to pastor Olive's silly claim of 'persecution'.|
1 John 4:1—Dear friends, do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits to see whether they are from God, because many false prophets have gone out into the world.