Ichthus Ministries chief executive Mark Vermilion said ownership of the festival site has become too costly.
Ichthus Ministries chief executive Mark Vermilion said ownership of the festival site has become too costly. Lexington Herald-Leader
Ichthus Ministries chief executive Mark Vermilion said ownership of the festival site has become too costly. Lexington Herald-Leader

RC Talk: Ichthus puts its site up for sale; festival in jeopardy

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