City Harvest trial: Not all church projects are for profit, says defence lawyers

City Harvest trial: Not all church projects are for profit, says defence lawyers
Defence lawyers said that in the same way the National Kidney Foundation, for example, invests in dialysis machines even though these depreciate in value, City Harvest invested in its Crossover Project to convert people to Christianity. The Crossover Project Crossover Project started in 2001 with the aim of using co-founder Ho Yeow Sun's secular music to evangelise.

SINGAPORE - Not every investment made by charities such as churches need to yield profit. Sometimes these investments may be to further social objectives. Defence lawyers for the six accused City Harvest leaders said this in court on Friday during an on-going trial. 


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