Texas' Gov. Perry helps Frisco evangelical church celebrate 10th anniversary

Jan 10, 2010 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Dallas Morning News

Gov. Rick Perry is applauded by pastor Keith Craft of Elevate Life Church in Frisco, celebrating its 10th year.

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Former church member

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Jan 21, 2010
 

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Well, that church does what they do for publicity. The pastor wants to be a celebrity himself and every opportunity he gets, he uses his pulpit as a political arena. That visit was all politics. He endorsed Sarah Palin at an all women event called Girltalk and I thought that it was not appropriate because there were Democrats there as well. It's all about the money!
Say What

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Feb 4, 2010
 
Did it have anything to do with the Pro-Live issue??
Stefano

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Remove the tax-free exempt status for institutions or so called churches that get any...any politicians to come up and talk about anything....
They have the right to attend church like anyone else, once they come on the stage its over. This church in frisco also...i see EdYoung Syndrome all over it.
in houston

Humble, TX

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Feb 19, 2010
 

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Is Jesus about to screw up again like he was talking to W Bush. Whats wrong with Jesus? can't he just stay out of politics. Next time he talks to someone, can we just listen to the conversation? at least once.
Citizen

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Jesus doesnt screw up, not possible. Next time He talks to someone, which is continually, we should ALL listen and take his advice...
Stefano

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Good one!That church is going down anyway. The recently changed their name to attract more people because of a loss of ....sheep's LOL
debobar

Frisco, TX

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Sep 6, 2011
 
Former church member wrote:
Well, that church does what they do for publicity. The pastor wants to be a celebrity himself and every opportunity he gets, he uses his pulpit as a political arena. That visit was all politics. He endorsed Sarah Palin at an all women event called Girltalk and I thought that it was not appropriate because there were Democrats there as well. It's all about the money!
Pastor Keith NEVER endorsed Sarah Palin... He has not endorsed anyone - he directs us to VOTE OUR VALUES...
Rich Rettig

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Nov 30, 2013
 
Sounds like a person trying to building a nation unto himself. Time will eventually catch up and his congregation (if not already brainwashed) will see through it. Another scam.

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