Israel Houghton Announces Divorce

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Israel Houghton Announces Divorce

Ricky Grimsley [02/24/2016 7:58 AM]
Figures

Mike Chapman [02/24/2016 8:03 AM]
So sad. Let’s pray for them.

Terry Wiles [02/24/2016 9:14 AM]
Money, sex, and power gets them every time. Too much popularity and not enough integrity and accountability.

Liz Carlson [02/24/2016 5:07 PM]
Praying for him!

Travis E Mills [02/24/2016 11:23 PM]
So sad. Prayers for grace and love during this difficult time. Thankful that God didn’t turn his back on us during our past sin and weakness, even if some weren’t this very one. God restores and forgets our past when we surrender to him. Isaiah 43:25

Troy Day [02/25/2016 4:46 AM]
has everything to do with Pentecostal Theology Ricky Grimsley

Ricky Grimsley [02/25/2016 7:36 AM]
Could be.

Bambi Lyn Carr [02/25/2016 1:06 PM]
Ok….start over….

5 Comments

  • Reply June 12, 2016

    David Lewayne Porter

    I really can’t touch this without getting into major trouble.
    Shame on the Church when we can’t help our couples get over issues and forgive one another to keep families together. (Yet shame on those in need for not reaching for and using every resource available to them through aged, experienced, and Spiritual leadership).

    There was a Facebook meme a while back of an elderly couple married for years were asked how they have made it and were married for so many years.
    The answer was that they came up in a generation that if something was broken you fixed it, you did not throw it away.

    Great thought.

  • Reply June 12, 2016

    Tim Renneberg

    There, but for the grace of God, go I.

  • Reply June 12, 2016

    Tim Renneberg

    And while it is in many’s nature to focus on the unnamed sin that eventually led to the breakdown of the marriage, Houghton and his now ex-wife would be better served with prayer. “I am in the process of restoration and I have repented for my actions. Although I am sincerely sorry, and forgiven, I soberly realize that I will live with the consequences of my failings for the rest of my life,” Houghton posted on Facebook.

  • Reply June 12, 2016

    Vlad Stepanov

    It’s a shame

  • Reply June 12, 2016

    David Lewayne Porter

    You tend to your flock, your family, and you tend your relationship with your spouse.
    Your spouse is second only to God.
    God is different from the Church or Ministry.

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