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Re: [atheists-55] McClellan: Hagee Had Influence In Bush White House, Could ?Quickly Get Someone On The Phone?»

From: Mark D.
Sent on: Friday, June 6, 2008 10:25 AM
Family Values!

On August 26, 1960, Hagee married his first wife Martha; they had two children, Christopher and Tish.[5] In October 1966, Hagee founded Trinity Church in San Antonio, Texas.[9]

He resigned his pastorate in May 1975, purportedly saying that "[M]y marriage had collapsed and I became immoral in my personal conduct" in his resignation statement.[10] Hagee and his wife divorced in September 1975.[11]

Hagee married his second wife, Diana Castro, a member of Trinity Church, on April 12, 1976. However, he reportedly did not tell Martha that he was leaving her for another woman until after he resigned his pastorate.[5][10][12] As the Assemblies of God does not allow divorced pastors to remarry, he lost his ordination. Today, Hagee and his wife Diana have three children: Christina, Matthew, and Sandy. Matthew Hagee is the Associate Pastor of Cornerstone Church

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Hagee

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