Benny Hinn PR Statement His Wife, Marriage & Divorce

Benny Hinn, who separated from his wife, Suzanne, on January 26, 2010, reads three-page statement addressed to his “ministry partners” regarding his wife, marriage and divorce – and his ministry (see Benny Hinn: “Show Must Go On) live on-air broadcast at TBN.

Benny Hinn expresses previous PR statement

“Pastor Benny Hinn and his immediate family were shocked and saddened to learn of this news without any previous notice. Although Pastor Hinn has faithfully endeavored to bring healing to their relationship, those efforts failed and were met with the petition for divorce that was filed without notice.”

with regard to his wife, Suzanne Hinn, having filed for divorce on February 1, at Orange County Superior Court.  Yet, reportedly, according to the actual court papers filed, of which cites irreconcilable differences as the reason for the split, Hinn separated from his wife, Suzanne, on January 26, 2010, furthermore, it is noted that Hinn lives separately in Dana Point while Suzanne and one of their daughters split time between Dana Point and Murrietta, where they reside with Suzanne’s mother and another woman.

Reportedly, the filing adds that Suzanne Hinn has been living this way for the past three years.

  

Source: Orange County News

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Benny Hinn: The Show Must Go On

In a letter to ministry partners, evangelist Benny Hinn said he is praying God will heal his family.

Hinn’s wife, Suzanne, filed for divorce from the high-profile minister Feb. 1. The filing says the couple had been separated since Jan. 26, according to the Associated Press.

Hinn said his wife had been under great stress, but he and his children “never expected this to happen.”

“Divorce was the last thing on my mind and theirs,” Hinn wrote in the letter posted on his ministry Web site. He said it was a “total shock” when his wife’s attorney called Feb. 17 to inform him that she had filed for divorce.

“Suzanne never gave the family even a hint that this was on her mind,” Hinn wrote, adding that his wife’s parents did not know she had filed for divorce until he told them Feb. 17. “Even to this moment, the children and I don’t know why she did it. … I love my wife, and I am praying that the Lord Himself will take care of this and bring healing to my precious family.”

Hinn said his wife does not have biblical grounds for divorce because neither of them engaged in immorality throughout their 30-year marriage.

“We both have kept our covenant with God and stayed pure before Him, and I am praying with all my heart that our precious Lord Jesus will heal my family and protect His work for His glory,” Hinn wrote.

Hinn said he does not plan to take a break from preaching and leading healing crusades worldwide.

“I am going to continue preaching the Gospel and praying for the sick as I have for 36 years,” he wrote. “I will not allow anything to slow me down or stop me. My commitment to my precious Jesus is forever, and nothing will ever change that.”

Source: Charisma Online

February 25, 2010

Benny Hinn, as the divorce documents stated (associated press), separated from his wife, Suzanne, on January 26, 2010 and has been living in Dana Point, a wealthy coastal community in southern Orange County. In the following video, Benny Hinn enjoys “anointed” funny moments with Steve Brock during his “miracles crusade” at Fire Conference Nashville Tennessee, February 5, 2010.

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Suzanne Hinn: Purifying Fire International Ministry

Suzanne Hinn Purifying Fire International

Upon glancing at image portrayed, as above, on Purifying Fire International Ministries website, unsure as to whether the founder; Suzanne Hinn,  actually one and the same as the wife of Benny Hinn, consequently, researched “whois” in order to verify, as follows:

  • Ministry website title: Purifying Fire International Ministry | Founder, Suzanne Hinn
  • Created on:  February 11, 2008
  • Registrant: LeeAnn Pendergrass

“Pastor” Suzanne Hinn, wife of Benny Hinn, who recently filed for divorce (February 1, 2010) is to preach, again, this year at “Esther Gathering Conference” which runs from March 26-28, 2010.

At last year’s conference, Suzanne Hinn was assisted by LeeAnn Pendergrass.

The following excerpt taken from “Purifying Fire Ministry International” homepage:

Purifying Fire’s Mission / Vision

Minister God’s love to the widows, the orphans and the poor in a practical, as well as spiritual way, and to raise up an Army of Intercessors with 24/7 “Houses of Prayer” around the Nation. We minister and equip the youth with practical and spiritual ways of growth because they are the next generation that God is raising up.

Theme Scriptures:

Pure and undefiled religion before God and the Father is this: to visit orphans and widows in their trouble, and to keep oneself unspotted from the world. James 1:27. NKJV

If My people who are called by My name will humble themselves, and pray and seek My face, and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin and heal their land. 2 Chronicles 7:14 NKJV

Few years ago, Suzanne Hinn, wife of ‘miracle healer’ Benny Hinn, preached, at their former church in Orlando, Florida, the message of “Holy Ghost Enema” … take a look at this short video:

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Pastor Suzanne Hinn: Esther Gathering Conference 2010

Pastor Suzanne Hinn Picture Photo

“Pastor” Suzanne Hinn, wife of Benny Hinn, who recently filed for divorce (February 1, 2010), is to preach at “Esther Gathering Conference” which runs from March 26-28, 2010.

“Dear Global Citizens of the Kingdom, this will be a powerful international revival. Our speakers are Suzanne Hinn (Wife of Benny Hinn), Ruth Munroe (Wife of Dr. Myles Munroe), Cassandra Paterson (Wife of Dr. Nathaniel Paterson), Brook Eneas (Miss Florida Panhandle region), Mirlanda Registre (MBA), Angela Ramnath (PhD in Counseling & Wife of Dr. Pepe Ramnath), Raymond Eneas (Youth Pastor and recording Artist), LANDLORD (Recording Artist) and many other Guyanese artists. ADMISSION is FREE and MEN are invited.”

Few years ago, Benny Hinn’s wife, Suzanne, preached, at their former church in Orlando, Florida, the message of “Holy Ghost Enema” … take a look at this short video:

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