Virginia Pastor Who Held Packed Services Dies of COVID-19

By Democracy Now

HAVANA TIMES – In Virginia, an evangelical pastor who defied stay-at-home orders to hold packed services died of COVID-19. Bishop Gerald Glenn told his congregation on March 22, “I firmly believe that God is larger than this dreaded virus. You can quote me on that.” 

Glenn died on Saturday night April 11th, informed The New Deliverance Evangelistic Church near Richmond, Virginia.

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3 thoughts on “Virginia Pastor Who Held Packed Services Dies of COVID-19

  • Doesn’t the bible mention something about reaping what you sow ?
    Poor Fella. R.I.P.

  • Sorry. Not sorry.

  • Sadly this reflects the conceit of those who are certain that “God” is on their side and that they are special. This particular US pastor was not the only one defying instructions given by the Governor of his state. They can properly be held responsible for spreading Covid-19 and the consequent deaths within their parishioners.

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