Steve Galiher, pastor of Trinity Music City church in Tennessee, was arrested in April for DUI. While driving drunk in the company’s BMW, he hit an elderly man (70-years-of-age) so hard his car flipped a couple of times. He suffered broken bones and other injuries which he never fully recovered from. He died a few weeks ago, some say, as a result of complications from the injuries he sustained in the crash months ago.
Did Paul and Jan Crouch pull Galiher off the air? No. While he is no longer reportedly pastoring Trinity Music City church, he was recently seen on-air during TBN’s Fall Share-a-thon. Does that surprise you? It shouldn’t. Perhaps if this had been more widely reported Paul and Jan Crouch would have distanced themselves from him. But, since there has not been a large public outcry, they continue with business as usual.
Since news of the accident has begun to surface on a wider scale, people have been coming out of the woodwork to say that Galiher and other TBN regulars have been living a double-life for years. While claiming to be the anointed of God during the on-air programs, they retreat to the nightlife and frequent nightclubs and bars once the tv lights are turned off. There have even been some who still attend Trinity Music City church who admit they’ve been hearing rumors about Galiher’s double-life for years, but didn’t believe it until this happened. Look folks, if you’re hearing rumors about your pastor of the likes of drunkeness and sexual immorality, and the rumors are rampant, then chances are it just may be true. Take time to check it out! But, some people just won’t believe even though the truth is right there in front of their faces.
I pray that the lies and double-standards of TBN will be brought to light and their wickedness will be exposed.
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