The gay man who claims to have been “converted” during COGIC’s annual convocation insists it was not a scam. “I’m not gay no more,” said Andrew Caldwell in a video posted to YouTube.
The Church of God In Christ said Caldwell’s supposed “conversion” does not represent the entire event.
“I don’t like men no more,” said Caldwell in another part of the video. His portion of one service is definitely getting the most attention.
“If you can’t praise God with him, you’re a non-believer,” said Bishop Brandon Porter of Memphis following Caldwell’s testimony.
Aside from obvious doubts, others question Caldwell’s motivation.Some are concluding he’s maybe a con artist or a scam artist.
Caldwell was also arrested back in May on charges of “fraudulent insurance.” I spoke with him on the phone before he quickly put his manager on the line. Both firmly disputed that anything was set up.
Caldwell also claimed he hasn’t made a dime from his “deliverance.” Porter of Memphis handed him a $100 bill following the testimony.
The COGIC Church has issued a statement on the matter.
Marc Hill of the Huffington Post went a bit deeper in a great interview on the matter concerning Andrew Caldwell and the Cogic Church. I am sure you will find it compelling and informative.