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Bishop William D. Paul, Ph.D., presided over  PDI Faith Based Initiative Veterans Re.P.A.I.R., Inc. and the Church On The Road, Inc. (Ministry of Economic Development) since 1984. 

Dr. Paul attended Boise state and transferred to University of Minnesota in which, he holds degrees in Speech Communication, Public Health, Military Science, and Faith-based Management. 

He is a licensed and ordained Bishop under: Church On The Road since 1984; Church of the Living God in Christ since 2002 and in 2016 with the Global Evangelistic Bible College.  He is also a United States Air force Vietnam veteran and honorary Lt Colonel Aide to the camp of the governor. Bishop Paul is a recipient of the Governor of Minnesota Humanitarian Award, St. Paul and Minneapolis Mayor’s Citizenship Awards, and keys to the city in Oxford, AL. 


Dr. Paul is formerly of the Governor’s Office of Planning & Budgeting, Department of Industry & Trade, Atlanta / Fulton County Office of Economic Development, all of Georgia, and Minnesota’s Office of Economic Security. Bishop has served as President/CEO of Children and Adult Arthritis, and Osteoporosis Center and PDI Clinical Trial & Research Centers.

  1. Since 1978, Bishop, Dr. William Paul has been rated #1 in America specializing in: Profit and nonprofit corporations, completing over 10, 000 
  2. Professional grant (proposal) writer, writing for over 2, 000 clients Facilitating certified (grant) proposal writing, teaching over 100, 000
  3. Specializing in: Reinstatement of automatic revocation tax exempt organizations; Amending profit and nonprofit corporation’s Articles of Incorporation; 
  4.  Establishing integrated auxiliaries (religious organizations) 
  5. Rebuilding communities one at a time through the gospel of Jesus Christ is our goals.

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          Bishop William D. Paul, National Economist for Ministry of Economic Development, is the overseer and founder of Church on the Road Inc.

       Dr. Paul, a native of Thomson, Georgia, and a United States Air Force Vietnam Era Veteran, earned his degrees at Boise State University and the University of Minnesota. He is also a graduate of Global Evangelistic Bible College. He holds degrees in Speech Communication, Public Health, Military Science and Faith Based Management, along with several honorary and other national recognition's.          

Principles of Religious Liberty

"MEMORANDUM FOR ALL EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES

 FROM: THE ATTORNEY GENERAL

SUBJECT: Federal Law Protections for Religious Liberty.

The President has instructed me to issue guidance interpreting religious liberty protections in federal law, as appropriate. Exec. Order No. 13798 § 4, 82 Fed. Reg. 21675 (May 4, 2017).


Principles of Religious Liberty

Religious liberty is a foundational principle of enduring importance in America, enshrined

in our Constitution and other sources of federal law. As James Madison explained in his Memorial

and Remonstrance Against Religious Assessments, the free exercise of religion "is in its nature an

unalienable right" because the duty owed to one's Creator "is precedent, both in order of time and

in degree of obligation, to the claims of Civil Society."1 Religious liberty is not merely a right to

personal religious beliefs or even to worship in a sacred place. It also encompasses religious

observance and practice. Except in the narrowest circumstances, no one should be forced to choose

between living out his or her faith and complying with the law. Therefore, to the greatest extent

practicable and permitted by law, religious observance and practice should be reasonably

accommodated in all government activity, including employment, contracting, and programming.

The following twenty principles should guide administrative agencies and executive departments

in carrying out this task. These principles should be understood and interpreted in light of the legal

analysis set forth in the appendix to this memorandum. 

EXCERPTS:

9. Government may not interfere with the autonomy of a religious organization. Together, the Free Exercise Clause and the Establishment Clause also restrict governmental interference in intra-denominational disputes about doctrine, discipline, or qualifications for ministry or membership. For example, government may not impose its nondiscrimination rules to require Catholic seminaries or Orthodox Jewish yeshivas to accept female priests or rabbis.


10. The Religious Freedom Restoration Act of 1993 prohibits the federal government from

substantially burdening any aspect of religious observance or practice, unless imposition

of that burden on a particular religious adherent satisfies strict scrutiny.


11. RFRA's protection extends not just to individuals, but also to organizations, associations, and at least some for-profit corporations. RFRA protects the exercise of religion by individuals and by corporations, companies, associations, firms, partnerships, societies, and joint stock companies. For example, the Supreme Court has held that Hobby Lobby, a closely held, for-profit corporation with more than 500 stores and 13,000 employees, is protected by RFRA.


12. RFRA does not permit the federal government to second-guess the reasonableness of a religious belief. RFRA applies to all sincerely held religious beliefs, whether or not central to, or mandated by, a particular religious organization or tradition. Religious adherents will often be required to draw lines in the application of their religious beliefs, and government is not competent to assess the reasonableness of such lines drawn, nor would it be appropriate for government to do so. Thus, for example, a government agency may not second-guess the determination of a factory worker that, consistent with his religious precepts, he can work on a line producing steel that might someday make its way into armaments but cannot work on a line producing the armaments themselves. Nor may the Department of Health and Human Services second-guess the determination of a religious employer that providing contraceptive coverage to its employees would make the employer complicit in wrongdoing in violation of the organization's religious precepts."


Introduction To Church 501 (c) (3) Integrated Auxiliary

1. LEFT. Church On The Road, Inc (COTR)., Incorporated this organization in 2008 AS A 501(C)(3). This organization was revoked and did not filed as an Integrated Auxiliary of the Church.

2. Most tax-exempt organizations other than churches and certain church-related organizations (Integrated Auxiliary) are required to file an annual information return or notice with the IRS.  Organizations that do not file for three consecutive years automatically lose their tax-exempt status. 


3.  Right. COTR Completed IRS Reinstatement and to back dated to 2008 as an Integrated Auxiliary of The Church, which was granted Auguast 2, 2017. 

4.  NO IRS 990's REQUIRED and can't be revoked in the future. 

Filing a Integrated Auxiliary Church (501c3)

RESERVATION OF NAME; ARTICLE OF INCORPORATION (State Fee); BY-LAWS; IRS EIN; IRS 1023 APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS ( IRS $600.00 USER FEE); Church on the Road handling fee or contribution $1,600.00

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       Above is an Integrated Auxiliary approved January 17, 2017. Internal Revenue states “Treasury regulation 1.6033-2(g)(1)(i) provides that an integrated auxiliary of a church exempt from taxation under section 510(a) of the Internal Revenue Code is not required to file Form 990. The term “integrated auxiliary of a church” is defined in Treasury regulation section 1.6033-2(h). Based on the information you provided in your request, we’ve determined that you meet the requirements for classification as an integrated auxiliary of a church. Therefore, in accordance with Treasury regulation section 1.6033-2(g)(1)(i), you are not required to file Form 990. We’ll update our records accordingly.

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OUR CHURCH PERISH BECAUSE LACK OF KNOWLEDGE!!!!

⦁ ARE YOU AWARE CHURCHES IN UNITED STATES, ESPECIALLY IN THE STATE OF ALABAMA ARE NOT REQUIRED TO INCORPORATE IN THE STATE WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE (OTHER) TO BECOME A LEGAL ENTITY, EFFECTIVE JANUARY 2011 FOR ALABAMA, IN ACCORDANCE WITH STATE LAW? 

⦁ ARE YOU AWARE OF YOUR CHURCH’S INTEGRATED AUXILIARY DOES NOT NEED TO FILE OR REPORT INFORMATION ON IRS FORM 990?

FOR EXAMPLE: New Hope CDC, Inc., or New Hope Family Center, Inc., does not have to file IRS annual 990s form by being a church integrated auxiliary

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Are you aware Pursuant to:

Internal Revenue Service (IRS), Treasury. ACTION: Final regulations;

SUMMARY: This document contains final regulations that exempt certain integrated auxiliaries of churches from filing information returns. These regulations incorporate the rules of Rev. Proc. 86-23 (1986-1 C.B. 564), into the regulations defining integrated auxiliary for purposes of determining what entities must file information returns. The new definition focuses on the sources of an organization's financial support in addition to the nature of the organization's activities.

(h) Integrated auxiliary--(1) In general. For purposes of this title, the term integrated auxiliary of a church means an organization that is—

Described both in sections 501(c)(3) and 509(a)(1), (2), or (3); (ii) Affiliated with a church; (iii) Internally supported.


SEE IRS.GOV., January 2018 Edition, IRS Publication 557: 

1.  Page 10. Annual Information Returns and #2 INTEGRATED AUXILIARIES OF CHURCHES; 

2.  Page. 23  Organizations Not Required To File From 1023 Religious/churches INTEGRATED AUXILIARIES 

3.  Page. 28 CHURCHES and INTEGRATED AUXILIARIES

4.  See Instructions for Form 1023 “Form 1023 not necessary for CHURCHES and INTEGRATED AUXILIARIES ”


APPLICATION 501 (c) (3) 

CHURCH ON THE ROAD, INC.

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Contractual Agreement 

Name of Organization: __________________________________________________ Date: _______________

Address: __________________________________________ Phone: ( ) _____________________________

City: ______________________________State: ____Zip Code ______ County_______________ Email: ______________________

I. Board of Directors:

1) (President) ___________________________Address: __________________________________

City: ______________________________________ State: ___________Zip Code: __________

2) (Treasurer) ________________________________ Address: _____________________________

City: ______________________________________ State: ___________Zip Code: __________

3) (Secretary) _______________________________ Address: _____________________________

City: ______________________________________ State: ___________Zip Code: __________

II. Incorporator:

Name: _____________________________________ Address: _____________________________

City: ______________________________________ State: ___________Zip Code: _____________

III. Registered Agent:

Name: _____________________________________ Address: _____________________________

City: ______________________________________ State: ___________Zip Code: _____________

IV. Name/Type of Program: ___________________________________________________________

Arbitration Clause:

In the event a dispute shall arise between the parties of this contract, it is hereby agreed that the dispute shall be referred to an Arbitrator. The arbitrator’s decision shall be final and binding and judgment may be entered thereon. All WORK IS GUARANTEED, the client to whom service is rendered the cost will be $1,600.00 CONTRIBUTION and all fees are non-refundable. A deposit of $_______ is due upon the start of process with a balance of $_______ due upon completion of 1023 application. Services render will consist of the items listed:

APPLICATION 1023 ITEMS 

1. Articles of Incorporation 

2. By-Laws 

3. EIN Number

4. IRS 1023 Application 

5. Conflict of Interest

6. Grant Proposal to IRS

(Projected Budget to include: Income and Expense;

Staff duties; and Disbursement of staff projected income) 


After mailing the application to IRS with a user fee it will take approximately two (2) week for IRS to send you an acknowledgement letter and 90 to 180 days to respond to your application or approval of your letter of determination (501 (c)(3) .


NOTE: FEES DO NOT INCLUDE SECRETARY OF STATE  OR IRS USER FEES 

**IRS USER FEE MUST BE MADE PAYABLE TO IRS $600.00