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C.U.T. WISCONSIN (Christians United For Truth) 

(Christians United For Truth)

Why We Are Here:
Many of our clerical leaders have fallen victim to the secular pressures of our modern day society.

We exist to educate and inform our leaders on the “forces” in our Christian communities that are contrary to the Word of Jesus Christ Our Lord and Savior.                                                     [Go To The Top of The Page]

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DATE:  March 2, 2020

Wisconsin Black Robe Regiment

Wisconsins Black Robed Regiment intentionally builds coalitions with leaders from every ethnicity and denomination.
It will not teach doctrine but the historical and Biblical role of the pastor/priest/rabbi clergy & non-ordained laypersons.

“If there is a decay of conscience, the pulpit is responsible for it…. If Satan rules in our halls of legislation, the pulpit is responsible for it. If our politics become so corrupt that the very foundations of our government are ready to fall away, the pulpit is responsible for it.” – Charles Finney 
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DATE:  March 7, 2020


A.W. Tozer- A man of God

In the Christian life also we find this pattern repeated: a few important things and a world of burdensome but unimportant ones. The Spirit-taught Christian must look past the multiplicity of incidental things and find the few that really matter. And let it be repeated for our encouragement, they are few in number and surprisingly easy to identify. The Scriptures make perfectly clear what they are: the fact of God, the Person and work of Christ, faith and obedience, hope and love. These along with a few more constitute the essence of the truth which we must know and love. Christ summed up the moral law as love to God and man. Salvation He made to rest upon faith in God and in the One whom He had sent. Paul simplified the wonders of the spiritual life in the words, "Christ in you, the hope of glory." The temptation to forget the few spiritual essentials and to go wandering off after unimportant things is very strong, especially to Christians of a certain curious type of mind. Such persons find the great majors of the faith of our fathers altogether too tame for them. Their souls loathe that light bread; their appetites crave the gamy tang of fresh-killed meat. They take great pride in their reputation as being mighty hunters before the Lord, and any time we look out we may see them returning from the chase with some new mystery hanging limply over their shoulder. Usually the game they bring down is something on which there is a biblical closed season. Some vague hint in the Scriptures, some obscure verse about which the translators disagree, some marginal note for which there is not much scholarly authority: these are their favorite meat. They are especially skillful at propounding notions which have never been a part of the Christian heritage of truth. Their enthusiasm mounts with the uncertainty of their position, and their dogmatism grows firmer in proportion to the mystery which surrounds their subject.

A. W. Tozer Sermon: Concentrating on Things That Really Matter

James M Murphy - Founder

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DATE:  March 7, 2020

A Charitable Organization / Section 6033(a)(3)(C)(i):

Wisconsin exempt Charitable Organizations

Is my charitable organization exempt from registration?
There are 12 reasons that qualify a charitable organization to be exempt from registration. If the organization does not meet one of the 12 reasons listed below, the organization will be required to register with the Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions. To register, an organization must complete the Charitable Organization
Registration Statement (Form #296).

We are a religious entity that is exempt from filing a federal annual information return (Form #990) under sec. 6033(a)(3)(A)(i) and (iii) and (C)(i) of the Internal Revenue Code.

Section 6033(a)(3)(C)(i): A religious organization described in sec. 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code
e. We are a charitable organization which does not intend to raise or receive contributions in excess of $25,000 during a fiscal year and all of our functions, including solicitation, are performed by persons who are unpaid for their services and no part of our assets or income inures to the benefit of, or is paid to, any officer or member of the charitable organization.
Note Reguarding our current appeal for Wisconsin Christian News:
Our raising funds for WCN falls here:

i. I am or we are a person soliciting contributions for the relief of a named individual and all contributions, without any deductions, were or will be given to the named individual.

Donations made to C.U.T. Wisconsin may not be tax deductible, though some businesses who make these contributions often write them off as advertising or business expenses.
The IRS is required to collect a non-refundable fee from any organization seeking a determination of tax-exempt status under IRC Section 501(c)(3).

We do NOT!
Although churches are not required by law to file an application for exemption, if they choose to do so voluntarily, they're required to pay the fee for determination. Again, We do NOT!
See: > Publication 1828 - Internal Revenue Service Note: C.U.T. Wisconsin does NOT choose to do so as it is contrary to our beliefs and the word of God.
(Also please consult your accountant.) If you wish to see more detail here Read the following Link

Wisconsin exempt Charitable Organizations

We are a religious entity that is exempt from filing a federal annual information return (Form #990) under sec. 6033(a)(3)(A)(i) and (iii) and (C)(i) of the Internal Revenue Code.

 Let us not lose heart in doing good, for in due time we will reap if we do not grow weary.
10 -  So then, while we have opportunity, let us do good to all people, and especially to those who are of the household of the faith. -  Galatians 6:9-10