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Reachout Trust is an evangelical Christian organisation. Its aims to is "Examine in the light of the Christian gospel the beliefs and spirituality of people within the cults, occults, new age and all not upholding to biblical truth."

Two of main groups that Reachout Trust deal with are The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (which is sometimes known as the "LDS Church" or "Mormon Church"), and Jehovah's Witnesses. Reachout Trust also produce information about other groups and religions, such as Islam, Sikhism, Buddhism, Judaism, Taoismand the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University[1]. They also write about various influential Christian figures (such as tele-evangelists and authors) and various groups within non-evangelical Christianity, such as Roman Catholicism.

Reachout Trust aims both to inform the evangelical Christian community about what they perceive to be the dangers of these groups, in terms of beliefs and/or practices, and to present the Christian gospel from an evangelical perspective to people in such groups.

The groups that Reachout Trust critiques sometimes accuse them of misrepresentation in their work.

Reachout Trust produce articles on their website, publish books and booklets, and organise conferences.

The organisation is based in Surrey UK.

[edit] Cult Testimony

The group also provides testimonies by former members and keep a documented source file for testimonies. "At the request of the writer of this testimony no names are given however the original is held at head office."[2]

[edit] Discussion Forum

The group also runs a discussion forum [3] where they discuss Later-Day-Saints, the occult and new age groups.

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