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Missionary Finance
How much money is collected? How is it spent? Who profits and who loses? The financial world is divided into 1) funds acquirers 2) funds utilizers
  1. Funds Acquirers: Organizations such as WorldVision, Catholic Charities claim to be secular charities often having 'who's who' in their boards. This helps them acquire funds. They have campaigns to raise funds during many disasters by running benefit shows, cricket matches and corporate events. They usually don't maintain ground force to serve the needy. They usually donate to organizations which are usually mission agencies. This way they are insulated from all the nefarious activities of various church groups and missionary workers. For example; during Indian Ocean Tsunami, WorldVision and International Cricket Council(ICC-cricket.org) organized a Tsunamic benefit match wherein the proceeds would go to WorldVision. The distribution of funds is at the discretion of WorldVision who donate only to christians.
  2. Funds Utilizers: These are the mission agencies and churches with ground force.
  • Corruption & Misuse  ( 25 items )
    Most churchs and mission agencies in their financial statements show some Dollars ($$) as lost/stolen. Are they really stolen or used for clandestine activity?
  • Income & Expenditure  ( 4 items )
    How much and how they get their funds and how is it spent?
  • World Vision - A Case study  ( 1 items )
    World Vision, one of the best organized 'so-called' charity instittution in the world projects itself as a secular charity guided by christian principles.  A review of its nepharious activities and an analysis of its financial statements and tax returns
  • Mother Teresa - A Case study  ( 17 items )
    Mother Teresa, 'the saint of Gutters' and her activities are covered here.  She is the Gold Medalist in the Christian Public Relations competition.  Unfortunately most of the world media didn't buy her PR technique and critically analyzed her activities.  Here is a collection.
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