Veterans Education Success helps former service members find opportunities to further their education.

In the fall of 2020, the organization compiled a report of wrongdoings of the House of Prayer church and sent a letter to Veterans Affairs.

The report says the House of Prayer committed fraud by taking funding from the GI Bills of veterans and not providing a proper education in return.

“So, in this particular case, students came to us and identified that they’ve been having some challenges and hearing some things that they weren’t quite comfortable with, that the school was doing. So, they reported that to us,” said Will Hubbard with Veterans Education Success.

According to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs GI Bill Comparison tool, the House of Prayer Bible Seminary has 55 GI Bill students. In a tweet today, Veterans Education Success renewed their call to have the House of Prayer removed from the VA’s website.

“Right now, as of today, these schools are actually still live on the comparison tool. There is a feature, that’s supposed to be a caution flag if something of concern as come up, for example, an FBI raid, but there are no caution flags today.”

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