Roger Gales Out As Potters Field Board Member

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13 Responses

  1. richard says:

    i started a list.
    they all should’ve gotten into other callings, but their gifts and their egos enabled them to start over.

    mark driscoll
    james mac donald
    K. P. Yohanan
    bob coy
    Tullian Tchividjian
    jim baker
    mike rozell

  2. JD says:

    Jimmy Swaggert
    Peter Popoff

  3. Anon says:


    The decrepit list goes on!

  4. Captain Kevin says:

    And the web just keeps getting tangled tighter and tighter.

  5. lacy says:

    99% in public show business ministries should/could be on that list…

  6. says:

    Does anyone have anecdotes on what disgraced pastors do for a living once they resign?

    What do they do for work?

    ANY stories?
    Any commonalities?

  7. Dan from Georgia says:

    They usually are still “pastors” at a new church.

  8. MM says:

    So what does tis list of scoundrels tell us about humanity in general?

    I find Peter Popoff to be particularly heinous. The man (exposed by a magician, the Amazing Randy, BTW) is just a complete and total fraud, who takes innocent and gullible people’s money.

    These guys remind me of the various internet threads where people debate whether magicians can actually do real magic.

  9. Jtk says:

    I ask because first I’m curious as to any things that they “usually” do, other than the ministry.

    For those that get fired and/or fail morally.

    I’m not including the MANY missionaries, campus ministers, youth pastors and others than can’t afford to continue in ministry. I’ve met many of them who sell car and other products.

    Babylon Dread’s story on Ted Haggard actually pointed out the challenges for someone to transition.

    As the discussion here (partially) focuses on ministers not leaving ministry work, theres got to be an alternative or a plan…

  10. T says:

    the only thing this place ever did that was evil was charging 20 dollars for a burger

    it wasn’t even that good of a sandwich

  11. Michelle says:

    This is shocking. Where are the interns’ abuse statements?

  12. Michael says:

    They are up by the title…Potters Field Survivor Stories

  1. June 8, 2020

    […] have previously reported that former Potters Field Ministries board member Roger Gales admitted to adultery and was removed from his position as pastor of Heritage SC church and resigned from his position on […]

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