A woman who alleges International House of Prayer Kansas City founder Mike Bickle wooed her with Scripture when she was just 19, and he was 42, said he made her a kept woman for several years as he was establishing his ministry and did everything with her sexually except intercourse.
Stories in Abuse
The national of the Assemblies of God-affiliated campus ministry Chi Alpha has resigned months after the ministry was accused of enabling an itinerant minister and convicted sex offender to prey on scores of young males for more than two decades.
Amid claims by a founding member and two former leaders of International House of Prayer Kansas City that founder Mike Bickle engaged in clergy sexual abuse, citing allegations involving eight women, a report released by the Missouri-based ministry Wednesday states it wasn't presented with “any actual evidence.”
The International House of Prayer in Kansas City has retained a local law firm to investigate abuse allegations against founder Mike Bickle after objections were raised to the hiring of Stinson LLP.
A week after announcing that International House of Prayer Kansas City founder Mike Bickle is being investigated for “serious allegations including sexual immorality” made against him by multiple women, leaders of the organization said one decades-old claim has “some credibility” so far, but they have hired an outside law firm to help them make sense of the situation.
A Roman Catholic parish in Baltimore is effectively shuttering later this month in the wake of multiple allegations of sexual abuse and financial corruption against its former priest.
Causeway Coast Vineyard church in Northern Ireland has released an investigation report into spiritual and leadership abuse allegations against former paster Alan Scott, highlighting accusations of manipulation, narcissistic behavior and public shaming.