In debt, Resonate Church to shut down a week after founder Davey Blackburn resigns

By The Christian Post

The meeting place of Resonate Church in Indiana. | Photo: Facebook

A week after Pastor Davey Blackburn of Resonate Church in Indiana announced his resignation to answer God’s newest call on his life, church officials revealed Sunday that the congregation was tens of thousands of dollars in debt and would be shutting down.

Amy Smith, sexual abuse survivor advocate, highlighted a dissolution plan presented to the congregation by John Berry, interim pastor since Blackburn’s resignation. It was tweeted by Twitter user Pink Haired Devil who was present at the church during the unveiling on Sunday.

The plan showed that the church had liabilities of $73,817.97 and cash totaling only $38,154.48. To offset the deficit of $35,663.97 the church will sell off its worship, production, and other valuable equipment owned by the ministry. Any funds remaining from the sale is expected to be donated to a church or nonprofit that is yet to be determined.

Source:The Christian Post