When a Megachurch Pastor Fails: What should We Learn?

You probably heard of Stephen Carl Lentz getting fired from being a senior pastor of the megachurch Hillsong Church NYC. He was fired for “leadership issues and breaches of trust, plus a recent revelation of moral failures.”

Later in his social media post, he admitted, “I was unfaithful in my marriage, the most important relationship in my life and held accountable for that.”

Now, this is something interesting because Lentz is among the widely known pastors in the modern world of Christianity especially in the US. He was even made more known because he ministered to Justin Bieber, other celebrities and sports icons.

Why am I telling you this? 

Because news like this often blasphemes the word of God. It destroys the reputation of popular Christianity. It even leads to other bigger problems and exposing the real issues in many churches today.

In line with this, I want to share with you the “5 Important Lessons We Learn From Fallen Megachurch Pastors.”

In this post, let us take a look at the vital lessons we can learn from megachurch pastors who have failed in their role and how we must respond as Christians.

Read the full blog here.


Recently, I shared an embarrassing confession to you. In that post, I ask for your help and I’m super thankful to those who have responded.

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Until He comes,
Joshua

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