Ruckman luring overseas preachers to conferences with money

How has Ruckman lured hundreds of preachers living overseas into coming to hear him speak? By offering money–and lots of it. The documentation below about a conference in India that attracted approximately 1,450 pastors comes from p. 18 of the Bible Believer’s Bulletin, Aug. 2001. We also added something from p. 356 of his autobiography The Full Cup about the total they paid Filipino pastors to attend a Ruckman conference in their country.

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  1. Mike says:

    Money
    I feel ill…

  2. Visitor says:

    It’s obvious that whoever put out this garbage (1) doesn’t love Filipinos, (2) doesn’t give a flip for mission, (3) doesn’t love the Lord Jesus Christ enough to go over to the Philippines and help them himself. If someone did give those pastors $24,000–praise God for it!

  3. Curtis says:

    Are you serious? You are going to kick a bunch of Christians for giving to missions, and then act like Ruckman is running some kind of racket? Do you think that he himself took a percentage of the money? If not you have no complaint. I think only the devil would be in your corner on that much money going into missions.

    • Webmaster says:

      Paying whichever preachers show up to hear Ruckman speak overseas does not constitute giving to missions.

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