By: Paul J. O’Brien, Staff Writer The Lad, one of the oldest Christian online communities, is coming under fire after the Christian publication announced it will no longer accept donations.
The news was announced on the Lad Bible website Thursday morning.
The website currently hosts over 10 million page views per month, and over 500,000 people subscribe to the site.
It currently has over 1 million subscribers, but the Lad community has long complained of poor online customer support.
“The Lad Bible, as we know it today, is about being Christian online,” the site said in its announcement.
“It’s a place where you can share your beliefs and experiences in a welcoming and safe environment.
We also want to bring together people who have a different way of life, and connect them to others who are just like them.
Our goal is to provide the community with a safe, welcoming and inclusive space to share our beliefs and values with one another.
Our motto is that if you don’t agree with something, then you don-t belong here.”
The Lad is also a Christian news website that has long been known for its conservative Christian beliefs.
In an interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network in 2016, Lad founder and editor-in-chief Matt Ward told the Christian News Network he believed that there was a greater chance of being saved in the afterlife than there is today.
Ward explained that there are now Christians who believe that there is a higher chance of salvation than there was in the past.
Ward said that because of this, he believed it was important for his site to focus on helping people who believe in God and Jesus Christ, and he was “absolutely opposed to the idea of people claiming to be saved at the time of death and then believing it in the post-mortem.”
He continued, “There is no way around it, you’re going to die and you’re not going to be able to come back to life.
That’s not going be possible.”
In 2014, the Lad published a letter from a member of the community who wrote that he believed his parents’ deaths were a blessing and that they had helped him reach the higher levels of faith he needed to be in heaven.
The Lad was originally started in 2006 by Ward and a few other people who were not Christian.
Ward said that at the beginning, there were only about 20 people in the community.
Today, the site has over 100,000 members.
The site is currently run by a group of men who say they are all Christians and that it is their job to help other Christians make the journey to heaven.
The site has also had a number of controversial topics on the site, including abortion and homosexuality.