This article covers media reports on the alleged prison sentence of Kong Hee of up to 12 yrs in prison.
CHC 1.0 ended with the founder of CHC convicted of financial misdealings. Will CHC 2.0 come to end soon as well if it’s current leader is found guilty of tax evasion? Read more here!
The world is on to the fact that Kong Hee, although convicted is parading to his church that he is still innocent. This is a man who has financially ripped off people in his own church and shows no sign of remorse… Read More ›
The world shows better love and discernment when Christians pray and support criminal leadership. We will be posting a series of articles examining how Kong Hee and CHC insist in their unrepentant sins. We hope you enjoy Part 1.
It’s crucial to understand the mindsets behind the 5 accused followers of Kong Hee. Normally, Christian churches have Christ as the cornerstone of their faith. Pastors are called to serve their congregants by faithfully proclaiming repentance and the forgiveness of sins through… Read More ›
In this article you will read another CHC insider’s experience under the abusive leadership of Kong Hee. You can see yet again how this religious cult destroys people and creates members to pledge blind allegiance to it’s leaders.
We encourage ex-CHC insiders to keep speaking out. People need to understand what City Harvest Church is to outsiders and help those inside the movement to leave. People like Gera who speak out are doing Singapore and the rest of the… Read More ›
Pringle insists on Kong Hee’s innocence: “When people are unjustly accused or unfairly treated, it’s not a time to depart.”
CItyNews did a fantastic job after the trial, in their interview with Phil Pringle. They gave him enough rope to continue to be misleading but also exposed him as a liar. Read more!
Sun Ho has released a CHC statement regarding the trial verdict.
Many years ago, Kong Hee shut down a YouTube account that published a Kong Hee sermon titled ‘9 Reasons Jesus Wasn’t Poor’. Last week, to remind his listeners of the upcoming verdict on October 21st, Chris Rosebrough managed to review this sermon on his program. Click here to read more and listen to the review.