Facebook Pastor Miller caught in group sex affair

New Jersey Pastor Who Asked Parishioners to Give Up Facebook Because it May Lead to Cheating Admits Having an Affair.

Pastor Miller gave in to the tempations of Satan.

Facebook leads to infidelity, a New Jersey pastor has claimed.

To prove his sincere belief in Facebook’s evils, the pastor has even offered to step down over revelations of a past affair that involved a four-way sexual relationship with his minister wife, a male church assistant and the assistant’s wife.

Pastor Cedric Miller, 48, gave his I-will-step-down sermon just days after the Asbury Park Press reported on Miller’s 2003 testimony that his wife had an extramarital affair with a male church assistant.

Miller also said he was present at many of those meetings and sometimes the assistant’s wife was there.

“We had crossed the line many times…between the four of us,” the pastor testified at the time. “It was just, I mean there was touching, there was…it was crazy, it was as wrong as wrong could get. Yes.”

Rev. Miller called the paper’s printing of the testimony, “old news,” but admitted that his behavior at the time was “foolish.”

“For any pain that my past mistakes has caused you, I again ask for your forgiveness,” the pastor said.

Miller, with his wife by his side, asked any church leaders who supported him to join them, and an estimated 100 parishioners walked on the stage.

He offered to step down as senior minister if church leaders found him unfit to serve. Miller said church elders will render a vote of “confidence” or “no confidence” in his ability to lead during a meeting Tuesday.

“Should the elders and leaders now deem me unfit for duty, I love the church enough to step down immediately,” he said.

The pastor continued to call on church leaders to delete their Facebook accounts, claiming the social network site could lead to infidelity.

Source: AP and Daily Mail.

My comment:

This Pastor really “sandwiched” him self and his wife.  It is a tragedy that they gave in to sexual immorality, tempted by Satan and his dark angles.

It this “event” took place in 2003, how did those who knew, let him continue as Pastor?

Now, the full Church might fall into the trap of deception. They have to fire this Pastor, and let Him start again from the beginning. The 100 Church members who went on stage to defend their corrupt leader, should be ashamed of them selves.

5 thoughts on “Facebook Pastor Miller caught in group sex affair

  1. I am very sorry to hear about Pastor Miller’s mistake. However, the bible says he who is without sin let him cast the first stone. We are all guilty of some type or sort of sin. The Bible clearly states “For all have sinned and come short of the glory of God”. Forgiveness is indeed the greastest part of being a christian. We are to receive forgiveness and give forgiveness. Nonetheless, we ought to hold each other accountable to the word of God. My prayer is that Living Word Fellowship pulls together during this crissis and makes the right decision in which God himself would be pleased. As we all will stand before God to give an account one day.

    1. Dear Robert.

      Shalom, and welcome to this site.

      This tragic mistake happened in 2003. But after seven years, will there be more rubbish in the pipeline? I still feel this pastor should have resigned in 2003. What is the point of bringing it up today?

      I agree that we have to forgive. But like corrupt politicians have to be removed, pastors who are caught in spiritual corruption, must resign and come under discipline.

      Having group sex with his wife and another Church servant shows a total lack of pastoral calling, and a serious flaw in Miller’s character.

      What makes this pastor any day better than the sexual perverts the Vatican is hiding in their closet?

  2. Facebook is not the problem, a lack of accountability, his, is. I’ll agree that his calling is in question. I have had my chances during the years to “go out” on my wife but not once have I. I believe it is “till death do us part” and I wouldn’t have it any other way. I had not seen the infidelity part on the news and wondered what was behind the facebook thing. Very foolish of him and his wife. I was looking for another post. You had took it down.

    1. Dear KirkD

      Shalom.

      I feel you got the story of “Salad bar Christianity”. That was published for two minutes today, by mistake. The latest from Aaron in Jerusalem will be on tomorrow.

      In regards to your comment on Miller, I agree. Both a kitchen knife and Facebook can be used in the wrong way. But the mistake on Facebook kan be copied and mass distributed. There is no “regret button”.

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