Osteen just opened the doors to his massive church for victims of Hurricane Harvey after fierce backlash on social media following the historic flooding in Houston. "There's no way they would lock people out of the church or not let people in for shelter", Perry said on Facebook. "I spoke to them on the phone, and it all made ideal sense to me so before you just run and judge somebody really quick, you need to know the whole circumstances". "What I was looking for were people who were boots on the ground, who could help immediately, people that I trust, people that I know are going to do the right thing". "So, before you just run and judge someone real quick, you need to know the whole circumstances".
The actor announced the news through his official facebook account by posting a short video clip in which he said that in order to help the victims of Hurricane Harvey he has chose to come forward with a donation od $1 million.
"(I wanted to) make sure they can get all the supplies that people need and I know for sure that they will", Perry said. Many accused Osteen, who lives in a $10 million mansion in the Houston area, of closing the church's doors and turning away victims. Osteen and the church maintain the church was closed due to flooded streets in surrounding areas.
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I knew I was going to maybe struggle early on, maybe I struggled more than I would have liked to. "So doesn't matter, the names". Yesh: Rublev is in the midst of an exciting breakout tournament, and if he keeps up this level he should be able to beat Goffin.
Perry said he plans on donating another $500,000 but is still trying to decide where to give.
Perry announced that another $250,000 would go to Beyoncé's longtime pastor, Rudy Rasmus.
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