JMM

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JMMJohn Mark Ministries
JMMJournal of Medical Microbiology
JMMJharkhand Mukti Morcha (India)
JMMJoyce Meyer Ministries (Fenton, MO)
JMMJupiter Media Metrix (Delaware)
JMMJapan Medical Materials (now Kyocera Medical Corporation)
JMMJosh McDowell Ministry (Texas)
JMMJournal of Multimedia
JMMJ-M Manufacturing (plastic pipe producer)
JMMMalmo, Sweden - Malmo Harbour Heliport (Airport Code)
JMMJoy Mining Machinery
JMMJournal of Mathematics and Mechanics (Indiana)
JMMJuniper Multi Media (media website database)
JMMJoule Metal Melter
JMMJoint Management Meeting
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Creflo Dollar's World Changers Church International, Paula and Randy White's Without Walls International Church, Joyce Meyer Ministries, Kenneth Copeland Ministries and Eddie Long's New Birth Missionary Baptist Church.
Verndale's existing customer base in the region includes several industry leaders like the DOW Chemical Corporation, CCA Global Partners, Education Minnesota, West Monroe Partners, Pioneer Balloons and Joyce Meyer Ministries. Additionally, technology and agency partners have expressed significant interest in extending Verndale's services in the region, helping grow key markets while augmenting strategy and development services respectively.
Joyce Meyer Ministries and World Healing Center Church both responded fully to the senator's inquiry and also initiated significant governance reforms within their organizations.
Editors downgraded her stories on the Joyce Meyer Ministries in 2005 and then published an apology to the televangelist.
Donations may be made to the Joyce Meyer Ministries, P.O.
Soeteber is remembered by Post staffers as causing an "apology" to be written to readers for alleged errors in stories written about Joyce Meyer Ministries. One of the so-called errors was a description of televangelist Meyer's $900,000 salary as "hefty." The reporter, Carolyn Tuft, was suspended, which caused 124 of her newsroom colleagues to sign a letter of protest to Soeteber saying the apology and suspension were unwarranted.
Joyce Meyer of Joyce Meyer Ministries of Fenton, Mo., and Benny Hinn of World Healing Center Church Inc.
Tuft was suspended for five days after the Post published a long apology for alleged errors in stories she wrote about the finances of Joyce Meyer Ministries. The suspension was then reduced to two days.
Aside from Copeland, the ministries under investigation are Benny Hinn Ministries, Joyce Meyer Ministries, Without Walls International Church, New Birth Missionary Baptist Church and World Changers International Church.
in June 2005 when then-Post editor Ellen Soeteber and her managing editor, Arnie Robbins, ran a long "apology" to readers that said there were errors in stories written about Joyce Meyer Ministries.
Joyce Meyer of Joyce Meyer Ministries in Fenton, Mo., provided the material by the original deadline, but the other five ministries either asked for more time or pledged defiance.