Pastrix “Can-we-shut-the-mouths-of-all-these-haters?” Sun Ho writes,
Trial Verdict: A Statement From The Church Leaders
Dear Church Family,
The judge has rendered his decision and, naturally, we are disappointed by the outcome. Nonetheless, I know that Pastor Kong and the rest are studying the judgment intently and will take legal advice from their respective lawyers in the days to come.
As was the case throughout these past three years of court trial, and the earlier two years of investigation, we have placed our faith in God and trust that whatever the outcome, He will use it for our good (Romans 8:28). This protracted season has been extremely difficult, not just for the six, but also for all their families and friends, as well as for our congregation.
In spite of these challenges, City Harvest Church has an unshakeable calling from God. Recently, Pastor Kong has exhorted us to focus on our core values, and serve the purpose of God with greater effectiveness and sustainability. Since 2012, we have had a new management and a new Church Board running the operations of the church. Therefore, let’s stay the course with CHC 2.0. God is making us stronger, purer and more mature as a congregation.
Thank you for your unwavering faithfulness in loving God and loving one another. More than ever before, let’s have a unity that is unbreakable. We are not alone as many of our friends and churches around the world are also interceding fervently for us. God knows the way that we take; when He has tested us, we shall come forth as gold (Job 23:10).
Pastor Kong and I are humbled by the tremendous outpouring of love and support shown to us during this time. We thank you for your prayers. Please continue to pray for Pastor Kong, Pastor Tan, John Lam, Sharon, Serina and Eng Han.
In Christ’s love, for His glory,
On behalf of CHC Management Board
Source: Sun Ho, Trial Verdict: A Statement From The Church Leaders, http://www.chc.org.sg/, Accessed 22/10/2015.
She should not be allowed to be a pastor there.
Kong had appointed Sun Ho as “pastor” of CHC.
Question to Kong; on what basis, and what are her qualifications to take such a position and responsibility within a church.
Ah, I almost forgot that you had publically said on various occasions that she was a “singer” and an “artist” and not a pastor.
And that you were the pastor.
Your answer appears to be, well, she had failed as an artist and a singer, let me try her as a “pastor”.
Or, is he trying to protect some personal and vested interests?