Megachurch pastor removed for ‘moral failing’


(AL.COM) — Michael Hodges, son of the founder of Alabama’s largest church, is no longer pastor of the Greystone branch campus of the Church of the Highlands, which has 15 branch campuses that have more than 40,000 in attendance every week.

Founder and Senior Pastor Chris Hodges, speaking at the ReCreate Women’s Conference at the church on Sept. 30, mentioned that his son had a moral failing and was no longer the Greystone pastor. He gave no further details. He released his new book, “The Daniel Dilemma: How to Stand Firm & Love Well in a Culture of Compromise,” at the women’s conference.

All references to Michael Hodges were removed from the church’s web site in September and his social media accounts were deactivated. Since Sept. 25, Charles Kelly has been listed on the church web site as the pastor of the Greystone campus.

Source:: World Net Daily Faith

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