Summary March. 14 (UPI) -- A Connecticut pastor's last confession was a big one... and it may have cost him his life. "After the service on Sunday the bishop's family asked us to remain in the church and the bishop confessed to us something that happened long ago," church elder Judy Stovall told the Connecticut Post .
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Summary Davis, who had been pastor of the popular Bridgeport church since 1967, was rushed to a nearby hospital and pronounced dead; the cause is still unknown and an autopsy is pending. According to congregant Judy Stovall, who spoke to the Christian Post after the church service, Davis and his family asked the congregants to remain because he needed to confess something in his life that had taken place a while ago.
Summary Deadly confession...Bishop Bobby Davis and wife Christine. "After the service on Sunday the bishop's family asked us to remain in the church and the bishop confessed to us something that happened long ago," said church elder Judy Stovall.
Summary BRIDGEPORT, Conn. "After the service on Sunday the bishop's family asked us to remain in the church and the bishop confessed to us something that happened long ago," Judy Stovall, a church elder, said.
Summary "Confession is good for the soul," the saying goes. "It got physical," the parishioner told the Post. "One of the sons attacked him. I was told one of the daughters poured water on him. It was like something out of, not even like the Old Testament, but a bad reality TV show. My heart is so devastated because it could have been handled in a private manner."
Summary FacebookPastor Bobby Davis from Connecticut, seen here with wife Christine of 50 years, rounded up his parishioners and confessed to having an affair, then dropped dead moments later from a suspected heart attack. The insider went on to share that one of the sons hit the father while one of the daughters poured a glass of water of his head.
Summary According to the Connecticut Post , the family of Bishop Bobby Davis, the pastor and founder of the Miracle Faith World Outreach Church in Bridgeport, Connecticut, asked members of the church to stay after service on Sunday and then he confessed to the affair that happened a long time ago.
Summary Bishop Bobby Davis is pictured here in a photo on the church's website.Miracle Faith World Outreach Church. "After the service on Sunday, the bishop's family asked us to remain in the church and the bishop confessed to us something that happened long ago," parishioner Judy Stovall told the newspaper.
Summary Seen here with his wife, who insisted he confess to the church members when he confessed to her.Facebook. Connecticut Bishop Bobby Davis confessed to an affair from his pulpit and then dropped dead on the spot in front of his congregation.
Summary The family of Bishop Bobby Davis of Miracle Faith World Outreach Church in Bridgeport, Connecticut, asked his congregation to stay after church services Sunday. According to the Daily Mail , Stovall said she thought the stress of the situation had induced the heart attack.
Summary On March 15, Eurweb reported that Davis' kids were very emotional when they learned about their dad's affair. "[A member of the church] said Davis confessed to his wife earlier, and she insisted that he tell the congregation. The revelation freaked out Davis' children, who 'got physical,'" reports Eurweb. It is believed that the stress of the affair contributed to Davis' heart attack.
Summary LACOOCHEE, Fla. - UPDATE: Frederick Gilmour has been captured. The gun eventually did go off and Gilmour shot out the rear driver's side window of a vehicle that he fled in. Investigators believe Gilmour could be in the Lacoochee area driving an older model Oldsmobile Alero with damage to the rear driver's side window.
Summary Eight million vehicles made by 10 different automakers have been recalled due to flawed airbags that can explode and hit passengers with shrapnel. The problem: The airbag manufacturer Takata doesn't have enough replacement airbags to fix all the recalled cars.
Summary "I declare a vacancy of power with a view to allowing a transition that should finish with free and transparent elections in a maximum period of 90 days," said the statement, read on local radio and television by presenters.
Summary "Senator Graham is confident the people of South Carolina will judge him based on his record of accomplishment and will also put in its proper perspective these jokes, which were taken out-of-context and delivered in a private roast-type dinner before a well-respected charity in Charleston," said Graham campaign spokesman Tate Zeigler in a Thursday statement.