(Thanks to Rick Hiebert for the link)
“I don’t understand why anyone in their right mind would ever give Todd Bentley a platform again. I believe in redemption, but for some things you forever forfeit your public ministry. This man has proven by his lifestyle to be who he is, and our churches shouldn’t be using him, period.” —
(Assemblies of God General Superintendent George O. Wood, commenting on what in many charismatic circles has been one of the most divisive issues in the past year. Bentley left the Lakeland Outpouring last August amid scandal and—in fewer than 12 months—divorced, remarried, entered into a restoration process with Rick Joyner and relaunched his public ministry – link)
See, The Ledger: A Year Later, the Lakeland Outpouring Still Stirs Emotions
Bentley said he hopes to preach within the next year.
“Don’t count me out. I’m getting my personal life, my character and my doctrine in order.