That is what local media outlets are reporting.
Amid a serious budget shortfall, Focus on the Family has announced plans to restructure. That will include a reduction of staff.
This news comes less than a month after Focus president and CEO Jim Daly wrote in a letter to 800,000 donors that projected income for the year is 6-million dollars short of expectations.
The organization’s fiscal year budget is $138 million.
It remains to be seen how many staff members will be let go during the restructuring. But more details are expected later today.
More changes could be on the way for Springs-based Focus on the Family.
An anonymous source tells NEWSCHANNEL 13 that employees will be told of the upcoming layoffs during a staff meeting to be held around 4:00 p.m. The ministry would not confirm if any jobs will be cut Wednesday — only that they will be making some major changes.