Potters Field Loses Wage Appeal

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5 Responses

  1. Here’s praying the Rozell’s come to their senses and do the right thing.

  2. Em says:

    Good prayer, Pastor Pineapple
    Praying God sends them an effective confrontation, their strong mentor, perhaps

  3. Captain Kevin says:

    “The interns have been awarded back wages and penalties…”

    Good!!

    “The question now is whether the Rozell’s will continue to appeal the rulings and continue to (allegedly) defraud young people God entrusted to them.”

    No doubt, although I hope I’m wrong.

  4. Mike E. says:

    False profits. ****Ugh! In the spirit of Galatians 6:1, I would be highly tempted by financial gain in ministry. I mean, it seems that it’s the whole “game” today. Though I would be tempted were I in that place, I do pray I would overcome it. And I also pray the Rozelles may be given the unmerited grace of a repentant heart and mind. Our Father still loves them. J+M (justice AND mercy)

  5. Not an Attorney says:

    PFM actually dodged a big bullet in that the wage claim was filed in Montana, a state where labor and employment law is still quite employer friendly. Had these wage and hour claim taken place in California, this would likely have resulted in a multi million dollar lawsuit against PFM and related entities.

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