Head of the Hillsong - the "Pope" himself - criticizes that he did not distance himself from his pedophile Father before it was obvious which wrongdoings he had done!
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After 38 years as a Christian, and 33 of those who proclaim, there are some very, very negative lessons that I have learned. It looks like it's an unwritten rule in Christianity. If you rely on my sins, I'll tell you about you. If you talk about my sins, I'll probably find something about you too hanging out for.Brett Sengstock, who was a victim of one of Pinse Predikant and Father of Hillsong's founder Frank Houston, as it is believed that Brian Houston would not acknowledge this even though he showed it long before it came out.
It is strange with this movement Hillsong from Australia, which is spreading all over the world.There are many criticisms worthy of relationship with it. One of them is its leader and founder who had a father who was a spokeswoman. with David Yonggi Cho here to Norway in 1977. He has been the leader of the Pentecostals of Australia this Frank Houston, the father of Hillsong Church founder Brian Houston.From the newspaper of the Crucifixion, who writes about this:
https://korsetsseier.no/2018/11/21/hillsong-church-ut-mot-60-minutes/On Sunday, November 18th, Hillsong Church was one of the themes in the popular 60 Minutes Australia television program. 17 minutes were set for the report, referring to Frank Houston, the father of Hillsong Church founder Brian Houston, who used to abuse several decades ago child sexually.Frank Houston was a popular preacher and pastor of the Assemblies of God in New Zealand and Australia when in the 1970s and 80's he used to abuse more young boys.Frank Houston founded the "Sydney Christian Life Center" church, which his son Brian Houston later took over the leadership for, and which changed its name to Hillsong Church in 1983.Frank Houston admitted the abuses while he lived.He died of stroke 8 November 2004, 82 years old.The report interviewed among others Brett Sengstock, who was one of Frank Houston's victims. Brett, who is currently an adult man, was sexually abused by Frank Houston from seven to 12 years old.Brett believes that Hillsong Church has tried to sweep the case under the rug and that he has not received the help or excuse he deserves.According to the report, Brian Houston was made aware of his father's sins in 1999. The report also claims that Brian and the rest of the leadership in Hillsong Church did not report Frank Houston to the police.Brian Houston has been invited to participate in the report but, according to 60 Minutes Australia, chose not to intervene in the program.According to the 60 Minutes report, Brian Houston is now under investigation to have concealed the father's criminal actions.Hillsong with equivalentOn Wednesday 21 November, Hillsong Church published a statement in which they refute several of the allegations that emerge in the report.Whole Hillsongs correspond you can read HERE.https://hillsong.com/media-releases/hillsongs-legal-response-to-misleading-statements-by-60-minutes/
In the text, Hillsong Church writes, among other things, that it does not matter that Brian Houston tried to hide the father's criminal actions.Hillsong Church writes, among other things, the following:"Brian Houston was not the first to know about the actions performed by Frank Houston, and when he learned about the events, he immediately confronted his father, and Frank Houston never preached."Hillsong writes on:"It is obvious that Brian Houston did not try to hide his father's actions. Brian Houston and Hillsong Church express the deepest grief on behalf of the victims and acknowledge the terrible criminal acts performed by Frank Houston. "(quote ending).Final Comment:After 38 years as a Christian, and 33 of those who proclaim, there are some very, very negative lessons that I have learned.It looks like it's an unwritten rule in Christianity."Do you rely on my sins, and I rely on yours?""Are you talking about my sins, and I'll find something about you too."There is much to talk about this Frank Houston being able to do this?We see how individuals are allowed to keep on, no matter how they live and also learn. While others may escape because they try to point out sin, injustice and immorality in the church of God. Then an almost "free game!Listen here what the ABC news says about Frank and Brian Houston.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4g2FgAu1NYw&t=332s