The news is ow out. Kong Hee has been sentenced eight years jail. Read more on the details of what happened.
This fantastic report in the Sydney Morning Herald by Deborah Snow is a must-read for people confused over Hillsong, its leadership and its history.
Recent media reporting on Phil Pringle’s secrecy and culture of insecurity at C3 Church Kong Hee’s secrecy and culture of insecurity at City Harvest Church. Today Online writes, CHC slammed for ‘secrecy, culture of insecurity’ SINGAPORE — Criticising what he called… Read More ›
An ex-C3 member writes, “Today, after 5 long, drawn-out years, the longest criminal trial in Singaporean history, the executive leadership of City Harvest Church, including pastor Kong Hee, were found guilty of misappropriating $50 Million worth of church funds. Sentencing… Read More ›
Pringle links Satan’s hand to Singaporean Courts: “[Satan] thinks if he attacks the church it’s going to die”
Often Phil Pringle demands that Christians submit to his leadership or leadership in general. After reading this article, the only one who is above this rule is Phil Pringle. Who does Pringle think he is to malign Singaporean authorities?
This news article was published on the 11th of September.
This article helps recap what the charges are against the six accused, provides a quick summary what their alleged crimes were about and what was revealed in court.
AsiaOne reports, City Harvest Church Trial: Judgment on Oct 21 After 140 days stretching over two years, the City Harvest Church (CHC) leaders’ trial is finally approaching its end. State Courts Presiding Judge See Kee Oon will deliver his judgment… Read More ›
This is one of a series of articles that is following the dialogue between one of the accused Chew Eng Han (who is defending himself) and his witness Sun Ho (the wife of Kong Hee – Kong standing accused with Han) in the current, on-going court case in Singapore.
Mrs Light n Friends reports, 6 May 2015 -Exchanges between the SC, DPP and Chew There was some short circuit yesterday after DPP asked Serina if the investments of the Building Fund were supposed to be for financial returns only…. Read More ›