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Tom Randall

Chaplain

PGA TOUR Inc

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PGA TOUR Inc

100 PGA TOUR Blvd.

Ponte Vedra, Florida,32082

United States

Company Description

The PGA TOUR is the world's premier membership organization for touring professional golfers, co-sanctioning more than 130 tournaments on the PGA TOUR, PGA TOUR Champions, Web.com Tour, PGA TOUR Latinoamrica, Mackenzie Tour-PGA TOUR Canada and PGA TOUR China. ...more

Background Information

Affiliations

Sankey Samaritan Orphanage

Founder


Education

degree

Human Relations

Judson College


undergraduate degree

human relations


Web References(71 Total References)


» Pastor Could Be Executed

www.dreamcatchersforabusedchildren.com [cached]

Almost 20,000 people have joined a Facebook page pleading for the release of Pastor Tom Randall.
Prosecutors have yet to file charges, but also jailed two of his colleagues in the country. They could be put to death if convicted. Mr Randall is known most widely as the PGA Champions Tour minister, but also for running several charities and touring the world with his missionary basketball teams, according to his ministry's website. READ MORE HERE


Birmingham Podcast Archives - Page 2 of 3 - Young Business Leaders

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Spring Banquet May 2010 - Tom Randall
Spring Banquet May 13, 2010 Tom Randall - Chaplain for the PGA Champions Tour.


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www.learntoliveit.com [cached]

On Thursday, September 22, 2005, I reflected on a newsletter from Tom Randall, the chaplain for the PGA Champions Tour.
He shared about numerous opportunities the Lord had opened for him to speak.


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Tom Randall
Tom Randall Christ Community Chapel in Hudson is asking for media patience as Tom Randall, a church pastor recently freed from a Filipino jail "acclimate(s) to being back home." Randall was released from jail Monday after being held for 22 days on a charge of negligence stemming from an investigation into human trafficking at the Sankey Samaritan Orphanage, which he founded. The charge has been dropped. Two workers are still being held in the Philippines on unspecified charges from the same investigation. "As you can imagine, this has been a very challenging time for Tom and his family and they will take some time to acclimate to being back home," according to Tim Schofield, a pastor at the Hudson campus of Christ Community Chapel, 750 W. Streetsboro St. "At this time, Pastor Joe (Coffey) or Tom will not be conducting any on-camera or phone interviews. "As you can imagine, this has been a very challenging time for Tom and his family and they will take some time to acclimate to being back home," according to Tim Schofield, a pastor at the Hudson campus of Christ Community Chapel, 750 W. Streetsboro St. "At this time, Pastor Joe (Coffey) or Tom will not be conducting any on-camera or phone interviews. If you have specific questions you'd like us to pass on to Tom at this time, we are happy to do so. As time and situation permit, we will release Tom's responses via email or press release." Randall and his wife, Karen, were both in the Philippines on a missionary trip to help with Typhoon Haiyan relief. "Tom and Karen Randall have arrived," Coffey Tweeted. "It's great to have them home." Details of the release were not available. Randall, a former pro basketball player in the Philippines and chaplain of the PGA Champions Tour, founded the Sankey Samaritan Orphanage and World Harvest Ministries, according to Coffey. Randall "will remain employed with Christ Community Chapel as a pastor at large," according to a Feb. 3 news release from the church. "We're encouraged and relieved that the investigation into this accusation returned no evidence of wrongdoing on Tom's part," Coffey said Feb. 3. Randall, of Stow, is a former pro basketball player in the Philippines and chaplain of the PGA Champions Tour. Randall founded the Sankey Samaritan Orphanage and World Harvest Ministries and has been a missionary to the Philippines for more than 20 years.


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Tom Randall, who was hired in September as pastor-at-large at Christ Community Chapel, was arrested on undetermined charges Jan. 12 while in Manila doing missionary work and is being held on charges of human trafficking.
View More Photos>> "Aftr 22 days tom Randall is free.all charges dropped! Praise God! Still prying for all truth to come out and 4 welfare of the children," Coffey tweeted [@JoeCoffeyTalk] at 6:03 a.m. Monday. Randall, of Stow, was arrested Jan. 12 [Jan. 13 in the Philippines, where there is a 13-hour time difference] during a raid by the Anti-Human Trafficking Division of the National Bureau of Investigation at the Sankey Samaritan Missions Inc. Orphanage in Lucena City. The orphanage was founded in 1998 by Randall and his wife, Karen. The couple moved to Northeast Ohio from Oklahoma last summer and Randall joined the staff at the Hudson church in November. The raid at the orphanage reportedly came amid allegations that the facility had been operating as a front for human trafficking and that children living there had been sexually abused for years. Arrested along with Randall were Perfecto "Toto" Luchavez, who had served as Sankey administrator since 2005, and his son Mark Jayrold "Jake" Luchavez. According to Filipino news reports, Randall was charged with obstruction of justice for negligence in handling allegations of abuse and sex trafficking. The Luchavezes were reportedly charged with violating Filipino anti-human trafficking laws. The younger Luchavez was also charged with rape. At the time of the arrests, 31 orphans were rescued and released to the Department of Social Welfare and Development. The Christian Post reported that seven or eight orphans [both boys and girls] younger than 18 years old gave sworn statements that they had been routinely raped since 2005 and that Randall failed to take action after being told of the abuse. Joseph Mauk, a missionary in the Philippines for more than 30 years, reported alleged abuse at the orphanage to Randall and a pastoral council in November. Mauk, whose wife was a founding board member of Sankey and who has done missionary work with Randall, welcomed the news of Randall's release. "I am very glad to hear of Tom's release, this means that none of the many sworn statements of the rescued children/young adults implicated him in any way with physically abusing them. "I have not trafficked the children of Sankey nor did I ignore their complaints," Randall stated in the affidavit, which also claimed authorities had no probable cause to arrest him without a warrant and that he was entitled to be released immediately based on a lack of evidence. Randall explained in the affidavit that even though he founded Sankey to "help orphans and give them a better chance at life," he does not own, lease or sublease any of Sankey's property or facilities nor is he an incorporator, director or officer of the orphanage. The local pastor, who is former chaplain for the PGA Champions Tour, stated that he is based in the United States and spends about one month annually, during December and January, in the Philippines. "However, I remained in constant touch with Sankey as an adviser, and always helped out in securing funds for the operations of Sankey. I would always make myself available should Sankey need my guidance. In fact, since the formation of Sankey, I would ensure that I come to the Philippines during the months of December or January to spend Christmas and New Year with the children and to assist in managing its affairs," Randall stated. Articles of incorporation attached to Randall's affidavit indicate that the orphanage is run by a board of trustees. Documentation of the orphanage's pending renewal of its license through the Department of Social Welfare and Development indicates Sankey provides "residential care services for orphaned, abandoned, neglected and surrender children." The orphanage is part of the Randalls' mission organization, called World Harvest Ministries. Randall is listed as the director of the ministry, which was established in 1990. Coffey released a statement Monday evening saying Randall plans to return to Northeast Ohio later this week. "We're encouraged and relieved that the investigation into this accusation returned no evidence of wrongdoing on Tom's part," said Coffey.


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