Speedy deletion nomination of Truth In Action Ministries
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Removing Speedy at Truth In Action Ministries
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- Hi. You need to provide independent 3rd party coverage (e.g. newspaper reports), to demonstrate notability. and (2) you need to consider "writing neutrally" per WP:NPOV, so you can't say "activates believers to see the world in light of God’s truth—and transform their culture for Christ", or "relies on the grace of God", because Wikipedia is essentially agnostic as regards the existence of God, whatever your personal beliefs may be. Barney the barney barney (talk) 17:36, 8 July 2013 (UTC)
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