Jaffa (Jeni Ross) Wrote:
"I just found out that Kevin Williams has quit the ministry. He has stepped down from his role as Pastor thankfully, citing his own struggles as the reason, (I don't need to go into that as it is not helpful or necessary), but not because he is repenting sadly."
The Pastor had a complete nervous breakdown due to the stress of the ministry. A large part due to your unrelenting online abuse by yourself Jeni Ross, Florence Joy Ekolongeni and Joel Ekolongeni, against him and the church.
Despite all the hurt you've caused. I honestly wish Jeni, Joel and Florence well and that they will move on. So does the church and although I’ve not seen the ex-Pastor for sometime, I am certain he does too.
(J)"I thought this relieving news was so important that it needed a fresh announcement in case any other victims are hunting online for some sort of
If you really want closure, then stop the online bullying and move on. The Ex Pastor, and the church certainly have. They are not sending abuse your way. They are not even demanding an apology for the years of abuse and slander you've directed at them.
If you really do want closure, then I suggest you stop your online bullying by deleting your slanderous Facebook Group and these posts.
The Ex-Pastor and the Grace Fellowship Church have been very patient and loving to tolerate so much online bullying and abuse from you for so long.
But if you don't want closure and insist on continuing your online bullying then someone needs to speak up. So if not then, I will start an online recovery group for victims of the online bullying by Jeni Ross, Florence Joy Ekolongeni and Joel Ekolongeni.
In the mean time until they stop and delete their posts. Any victims of online bullying and abuse from Jeni Ross, Florence Joy Ekolongeni and Joel Ekolongeni of City Church Manchester, I don't know what you are going through, but I know God loves you. Here are some help numbers you can contact if you need.
The Samaritans 116 123 www.Samaritans.org
Childline 0800 1111 [www.childline.org.uk
NSPCC 0808 800 5000