Paul crouch gay tryst
How big a televangelist scandal? When Rick Jones, an ordained minister and former cop, heard his boss talking about another minister's homosexual activity with an employee, he "got up and walked away," the Los Angeles Times reported on its front page yesterday. And Los Angeles Times reports that it's no longer just gossip—it's a tale of attempted extortion, litigation, and tragedy. For all the details, you'll have to read William Lobdell's extensively reported, 1,word article.
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Paul Crouch of TBN had a gay sexual relationship with a loafer
Ex-Worker Accusing TBN Pastor Says He Had Sex to Keep His Job - Los Angeles Times
Trinity maintains that young Carra Crouch fell asleep that night, ending the episode — and that the girl was foolish to let a year-old man in her room. But Carra Crouch, now 24, argues that the man fondled her, tried to kiss her, and gave her a glass of water that she suspects was laced with a drug that made her pass out, according to her lawsuit against Trinity Christian Center of Santa Ana, the nonprofit that runs the Christian broadcasting empire TBN. When she awoke, she suspected she had been raped. Deeply ashamed and embarrassed, she told her relatives after returning to California.
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Crouch to Stay Chief of TBN Despite Gay Sex Allegation
He built a grand headquarters off the Freeway in Costa Mesa. TBN was not the first Christian network — televangelist Pat Robertson had launched the Christian Broadcasting Network a decade earlier — but TBN surpassed its rivals in scope and ambition, bringing the word of God to a global audience of millions. The son of a poor missionary, Crouch was known for preaching a gospel of prosperity. Crouch channeled much of the revenue into charity, funding soup kitchens, homeless shelters and an international humanitarian organization, Smile of a Child, founded by wife Jan.
Christians nationwide lend support to the O. They also said that Christian leaders from around the country offered private words of encouragement Monday for Crouch. It claims to be a Christian ministry. Most of the e-mails and calls have been very positive. He said the network received unsolicited backing from dozens of Christian leaders who called or e-mailed their support, including author Josh McDowell; Doug Wead, a onetime advisor to former President George H.
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