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Tullian Tchividjian Remarries after Affair

  • Amanda Casanova
    Religious persecution, missions, Christianity around the world
  • 2016 Nov 30
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More than a year after divorcing his wife after an affair, Tullian Tchividjian has married another woman.

"I wish I could go back in time and do those things differently. I can't,” he wrote on Facebook. “Where I have been able to make amends for hurt that I have caused, I have attempted to do so.

“In most cases, amends have been made, and in some cases, they haven't. All I can do (and have been doing) is to learn from the past and live in the present. I am very grateful for the small group of wise and godly people who are (and have been) walking through this meticulously with me. I am fully accountable to them, and there is nothing that they do not know.

“I am now, and have been, focused on my relationship with God; my new wife, Stacie; my three kids and one daughter-in-law and my grandson," he added.

Tchividjian resigned from his senior pastor position at Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church in 2015 after admitting to the “inappropriate relationship.”

One of the women from Tchividjian’s affairs, Rachel, says he borrowed money from her and her husband to hire a private investigator to see if his wife was having an affair.

Rachel says Tchividjian “groomed” her and their relationship became sexual in 2015, but ended that same year when the church discovered the affair.

Tchividjian was then hired by an Orlando-area church, but then later fired after details of the affair emerged.

 

Publication date: November 30, 2016

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