TV evangelist Benny Hinn has written a letter to his supporters saying his wife of three decades, Suzanne, had “no biblical grounds” for filing for divorce on February 1. Hinn said he did not learn of the filing until 16 days later, when he heard from her lawyer. A Pentecostal faith healer and a fixture on the Trinity Broadcasting Network, Hinn was one of six ministry leaders investigated by the Senate Finance Committee for questionable finances. Hinn vowed that his troubled family life would not keep him from his ministry. “I am going to continue preaching the gospel and praying for the sick as I have for 36 years,” he said. “I will not allow anything to slow me down or stop me.”


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