Sheriff's Deputy Fired for Hosting Bible Study With Ex-Inmates

January 28, 2015

A deputy at a Georgia prison who was fired for hosting a Bible study with former inmates has said that he will not pursue legal actions against his former employer.

Josh McCuen, a former sheriff's deputy who worked at the Hall County Jail, told The Christian Post about his ministry, Revival 172.

Read more at: http://www.christianpost.com/news/sheriffs-deputy-fired-for-hosting-bible-study-with-ex-inmates-says-god-told-him-not-to-file-lawsuit-seeking-financial-restitution-133181/


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