VLS Organizes Easter Fellowship
The members of Veritas Legal Society organized a Thanksgiving fellowship on Nov. 25. During the fellowship, the members broke bread and shared how the Lord has used each one of them to glorify His name.
Jan 29 New Volunteer Fellowship
Open Hands volunteers provide free legal counseling and representation to homeless and low-income New Yorkers on a variety of legal issues. Come have fellowship with our volunteers and equip yourself for the next Legal Aid Desk.
Dec 21 VLS holds executive meeting
Veritas Legal Society held an executive meeting on Oct. 30 in New York to prepare a roadmap for 2011. The executive members shared visions and discussed strategies and unanimously agreed that VLS should hold more legal aid clinics in the future to spread legal awareness among the needy people.
Sep 27, 2015 3:00pm Legal Aid Desk – Immanuel Community Church
The seminar addressed questions like “Why do spouses terrorize and torture their partners?” “Why is it that the vast majority of batterers are men and the vast majority of victims are women?” and “Why does the community allow battering to continue?”
An Important Duty of Veritas Legal Society is to Dispense Legal Aid
Members of Veritas Legal Society are mandated to offer basic legal advice and services to disadvantaged and needy believers without charging any fees. Our typical legal aid work involves counseling, informal negotiation, and appearances in administrative hearings.
Iran Church Flourishing Despite Repression
Despite the Iranian government’s ongoing crackdown on Christians living in the primarily Islamic country, the number of Muslims converting to Christianity is growing at an explosive rate in Iran, says Open Doors USA.
Kandhamal Violence Update: 156 Acquitted, 1 Sentenced to Life Imprisonment
In another case, the Additional Sessions Judge of Fast Court-II acquitted all the 142 persons arrested by the Brahmunigam police in two cases of torching houses during the violence in 2007, according to the Press Trust of India.
Pakistan’s sole Christian lawmaker falls prey to religious intolerance (03/02/2011)
Bhatti, who was re-elected as Pakistan’s minorities affair minister, was gunned down on Wednesday by unidentified gunmen. The gunmen left behind pamphlets, saying they owed allegiance to Al-Qaeda and the Talibans.