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Thousands attend Benny Hinn crusade

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Thousands of people “hungry” for healing, salvation and spiritual deliverance of some kind, filled the Wildey Gymnasium of the Garfield Sobers Sports Complex last night to feed from the ministry of visiting American televangelist Benny Hinn during the opening of his two-day crusade.

The event, which is organised by the recently-established National Alliance of Churches & Christian Organisations of Barbados in partnership with Benny Hinn Ministries, saw hundreds answering Hinn’s calls to receive salvation, healing and spiritual deliverance.

People in wheelchairs, those with walking aides and others suffering from various other ailments came expecting to have their needs met.

Healing for this partially blind man.

Healing for this partially blind man.

It is not clear how many did, but all those wheelchair-bound persons, from observation, left in the same in the same wheel chairs in which they arrived.

One man was brought to Hinn on the platform who, one of the preacher’s helpers reported, suffered from heart problems, that had been healed, while another who was partially blind, could see.

Hinn did advise the man with heart problems to see his doctor to confirm his healing. The crusade ends this evening.




44 Responses to Thousands attend Benny Hinn crusade

  1. Princess Tiny Neferua
    Princess Tiny Neferua June 22, 2014 at 3:00 pm

    Now that his work is finish and all have been saved..the local churches can close they doors..until he or another comes again………

    • Sanderson Rowe June 22, 2014 at 9:43 pm

      Could not agree with you more. It has made a mockery of the clerics in this country,especially those who imported Benny. By the way, did he have a work permit?

  2. Ryan Williams
    Ryan Williams June 22, 2014 at 3:09 pm

    Lol, interesting- So a partially blind man was healed, and also a man with heart problems- The guy with heart problems was told to confirm with his doctor that he was healed?

    Ok, i am accustom to seeing names printed, pictures posted, etc….I will give the benefit of the doubt and leave it as a developing story, but hinn has never healed anyone before- see below

  3. Cherylann Bourne-Hayes
    Cherylann Bourne-Hayes June 22, 2014 at 3:15 pm

    Hmmm now they are in Bim.

  4. Peter Merrifield
    Peter Merrifield June 22, 2014 at 3:16 pm


  5. jr smith June 22, 2014 at 3:18 pm

    This man is worth $500 millions US. wonder where he got that money, from all you fools waiting to go to heaven.
    Stupid lot.
    We could do with a few more Jim Joneses.

  6. Ryan Williams
    Ryan Williams June 22, 2014 at 3:40 pm

    Yes, people believe it, and they are called christians. You want to know when best to get someone to believe you are operating through a god (s) ? Attack when they are the end of their road- when all else seems to fail.

    This is the Barbados i live in- where the christians denounce dub artistes, car shows, etc, but allow a man to visit their island, under the false pretense of being a faith healer- then they turn around and use our dub shows and car events as examples of why spending 300,000 on hinn wasn’t a big deal- Well, a dub show and car show are both entertainment packages, so i guess you are saying benny Finn is an entertainer as well.

    It wasn’t my money that was spent, but it does bother me how easy it is for our local churches and people to be tricked into believing a lie.

    Food for thought- Very deep thought.

    • Marva Lashley-Todd
      Marva Lashley-Todd June 22, 2014 at 5:56 pm


    • Janette Reifer
      Janette Reifer June 22, 2014 at 11:12 pm

      Nicole Jones which ministry in B’dos this money is for ? What a way to make money, by exploiting a bewitch people ! The Most High is going to deal with these fake people that are deceiving the elect. If he was a local preacher, that was holding a pray and healing service here. I would argue that Barbadians would not have turn out in numbers. The first thing they would say, ” Don’t mind he, he just looking for money. An Edomite freak that you don’t know one thing about can get a very good attendance. Barbadians never cease to amaze me. What a thing ! O foolish Galatians, who have bewitch you ?

  7. Betty Proverbs Kavanagh
    Betty Proverbs Kavanagh June 22, 2014 at 3:51 pm

    What BS !!

  8. Betty Proverbs Kavanagh
    Betty Proverbs Kavanagh June 22, 2014 at 3:51 pm

    What BS !!

  9. Charly Bamboo
    Charly Bamboo June 22, 2014 at 4:35 pm

    Look at the sheeple.

  10. Adam Forester
    Adam Forester June 22, 2014 at 4:53 pm

    ya looking fa god many shall come in his name but he got to be black to fool me

  11. SMDH! Wunna feel better now?

  12. Robert Holloway
    Robert Holloway June 22, 2014 at 5:41 pm

    wait and see

  13. Queenie ShaSha
    Queenie ShaSha June 22, 2014 at 6:22 pm

    Can we see the same attendance at class level meetings where ur childs outcome is priceless…..not 350000

  14. Edwards Swindley
    Edwards Swindley June 22, 2014 at 6:38 pm


  15. Margaret Lorde
    Margaret Lorde June 22, 2014 at 7:18 pm

    Woe the sheeple!

  16. Greitcha Smith
    Greitcha Smith June 22, 2014 at 7:35 pm


  17. Bobby Brown
    Bobby Brown June 22, 2014 at 7:58 pm

    A bunch of clueless asses, i wonder who sign over their beach front property too him. Now some other idiot askiong people too pay $1000 each too help cover the cost of importing this class act i aint tell you bring him

  18. Angela Maria Paul
    Angela Maria Paul June 22, 2014 at 11:07 pm

    hahahahah…..I like the part in the article that read “People in wheelchairs, those with walking aides and others suffering from various other ailments came expecting to have their needs met.
    It is not clear how many did, but all those wheelchair-bound persons, from observation, left in the same in the same wheel chairs in which they arrived. ” (yep, that about sums it up…..( I hope wanna save some for the rent and the mortgage and wanna children school books…..)

  19. Tony Webster June 23, 2014 at 6:20 am

    As I’m sure that the congregation / asembly/ coalition of the faithfull/ folks-wid-money-burnin-dey-pocket/ Church of The Gullible, were NOT drawn from the same church, (or even the same denomination) …it looks very much like the stark truth: something is missing in our current Christian Community here…something real dread in the state of Denmark…namely the churches from whence they came…need to “up their game”.
    Or perhaps, we now a have a new dynamic, which politicians and Peter Wickham needs to “explore”, lest it opens-up a new opportunity for “connecting” to a new cadre of citizen-voters: The “New Ultra-Faithfull”…who will part with their last cent (sorry, five-cent)…on the Great Altar of Gullibility.
    Me? Nope, I didn’t go. I was curious; but was shame. Instead, I sent a friend, and I got a DVD; two books; and I am now the proud owner of the Brooklyn Bridge…and I got a “paper” to prove it too.
    On the OTHER hand, it also suggests (Peter, include a suitable question in your survey)…that all of the statistics, lies, and damned lies about the economy; plus Moody Mumblings; Plus Standard Equations; …all are Ananci-Stories.…and Bajans STILL GOT MONEY TO BURN.

    Look out for the inevitable sequel, this time organised by a (nameless/faceless) political party, with the door-prize being a Gold-Printed Certificate of your actual room-number in Heaven (did I say ‘room”? Sorry, make that , “Suite”), signed by Him-he-self. Last Days, Lord.

  20. Cecily Jones
    Cecily Jones June 23, 2014 at 7:28 am

    If this wolf in sheep’s clothing really wanted to heal people, he could have just donated 350k to the hospital and all the charities that look after poor people in need. Instead he’s come here and the only thing healed is his bank account. Why are people so open to foolishness? Smh and KMT.

  21. jr smith June 23, 2014 at 8:16 am

    This is a challenge for all those fools who claim healing, give the Today reporters your names , ailments before and after healing your claims. just to convince us all.
    I am hoping one of the documentary reporters from london ,media give us a hour long documentary on how wealthy these pastors have become and who they were before hand.
    The organization of churches, who paid for this visit, should now be transparent, be honest no corruption show us where this money came from and who contributed. e
    This issue of these super rich pastors seems to plague the USA, Africa and the Caribbean, this needs to be stop.
    The Barbados government needs now to consider taxing these churches making sure they registered and audited annually and if they don’t close them they are ripping off bajans as well.
    We supposed to be so educated and allowing silly people to lead
    bajans like sheep to the slaughter.

  22. jm June 23, 2014 at 8:24 am

    Many will come in his name.

  23. jm June 23, 2014 at 8:27 am

    how can someone claim to heal but have ailments themselves?watch,pray and prepare.

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  25. Ian Matic Gale
    Ian Matic Gale June 23, 2014 at 11:33 am

    What’s that? Thousands of “sheeple” attended? Seems legit..

  26. Annette Downes
    Annette Downes June 23, 2014 at 3:47 pm

    With social media available one would think that people would do their research and know that this is a business. These people travel with a production team like a circus. Do you personally know these people that were healed???? These people carry ear pieces and do what they are told. I bet these same people will disappear when Benny Hinn leaves the island.

  27. Elroy Doyle
    Elroy Doyle June 23, 2014 at 4:40 pm

    Bajans so desperate? Thought it was said bajans are educated people, damn fools supporting a fraud! SMH..


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