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UPDATE: Keep up the great work! Every single sponsor that OMM contacted decided not to sponsor this past week's episode of "The Soul Man." M & M's (Mars, Inc.), Red Lobster, Dairy Queen, Big Lots, Inc., and Geico have pulled their ads from the Christian-bashing TV Land program. Their ads were not present in the most recent episode(s).

One of TV Land's newest sitcoms, "The Soul Man," blasphemes the name of Jesus Christ and mocks pastors. The mockery is similar to "Good Christian Belles," also known as "GCB." The program focuses on one family but is far from family-friendly programming. The show is described as: "R&B superstar-turned-minister Reverend Boyce 'The Voice' Ballentine (Cedric The Entertainer) was living the high life in Las Vegas at the top of the music charts when he got 'the calling' and decided to relocate to St. Louis with his family to become a preacher in his father's church. However, his wife and daughter are not exactly eager to give up the fabulous superstar life for their new humble one." The show airs on Wednesdays at 10/9c.

Networks like TV Land (owned by Viacom) continue to mock Christianity. This program includes vulgarity and portrays Christians in a negative light. Each episode is full of sexual innuendos; too many to list here.

TAKE ACTION

Please send an email letter strongly encouraging sponsors to drop all plans of financially supporting the anti-Christian TV Land program "The Soul Man."

The sponsors of this week's episode of "The Soul Man" include: IKEA, Allstate, PetMeds, Chobani, and Procter & Gamble (Olay, Dawn, and Aussie).

 

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