Paul Crouch Jr. abruptly leaves Trinity Broadcasting Network

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TBN’s legal spokesman didn’t have much to say this week other than “Paul Jr. has resigned from the organization to pursue other ministry work.”
TBN is the largest Christian network in the world and was founded by Paul Crouch Sr. and his wife Jan in 1973. Paul Jr. and his brother Matthew have worked with thier parents since thier teens. In 1980 Paul Jr. went out on his own and started a successful production company.

He returned to his parents tv network in 2000 and with his brother oversaw the networks operations. Crouch Jr. divorced after an affair in 2007, and was a VP and Chief of Staff for TBN. TBN settled an employee sexual harassment suit in 2010 which named Crouch Jr. He recently oversaw the upgrading to HD and expanded TBN’s presence on digital platforms including the recent launch of  iTBN. There was no hint on twitter and Facebook this week that Crouch Jr. would abruptly leave the family business. The networks newswire was touting his achievements and goals with and for TBN just a few months ago, and he was quoted in an iTBN pr October 8th.

Update: Crouch has accepted the position of Project Manager at The Word Network, started in 2000 and based in Michigan.

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101 Responses to Paul Crouch Jr. abruptly leaves Trinity Broadcasting Network

  1. A. Morgan says:

    Why does the TBN family acts if Paul Jr. doesn’t exist? All I here Matt say is MY daddy this and MY daddy that; I didn’t even see Paul Jr. in any of the memorial clips. What happen to Forgiveness!

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