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Ray Ellis

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Ray Ellis is a veteran law enforcement officer, former Marine, and ordained Christian pastor. Ray began his career in law enforcement with the Orange County Sheriff’s Department in the city of Orange, California in 1989. After working for a number of years in the maximum security facility, he transferred to patrol, working along Orange County’s coast as well as the inner canyons and barrios.

After eight years in Orange County, Ray moved to Idaho and continued his law enforcement career where he has served as a patrol officer, detective, and officer instructor for the Idaho POST Council. In 1999 Ray was appointed as a primary instructor for the Idaho POST Academy Police Training Institution for Idaho, instructing on sub
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Racism, The Church, and George Floyd



In the wake of #George #Floyd’s
death, the city of #Minneapolis is tearing itself apart with the blessing of
the #media and the #left leaning government. What is most troubling is the
members of the #CHURCH (giving into the principals of #CRT) being drawn into this
dangerous thought stream.
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Ray Ellis The Power of the Night

Just read this series again, wow! The author captures the essence of the Christian struggle and through the use of fiction adds a light where perhaps understanding may have been lacking.


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