October 28, 2015
On Sunday, the senior pastor of Singapore's second-largest megachurch bowed three times to his congregation and apologized.
Last week, Kong Hee and five other leaders of his 17,000-member City Harvest Church (CHC) were found guilty by Singapore's charity commissioner of siphoning $35.9 million in church funds to support the singing career of Kong's wife and church co-founder, Sun Ho, in the United States and Asia. The megachurch maintains that Ho's pop music was intended as a form of outreach to non-Christians.Read more at: http://www.christianitytoday.com/gleanings/2015/october/singapore-convicts-evangelism-kong-hee-sun-ho-city-harvest.html
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