AP Investigation –Broken Faith –Audio Clips Released

The AP Investigation- Broken Faith has now posted audio clips under – “Voice from the Church.” The investigation revolves around testimonies of ex-members of Word of Faith Fellowship (WOFF). The content of these testimonies has resulted in two Assistant District Attorneys- Frank Webster and Chris Back being “no longer employed.” Also, Lori Cornelius, Cleveland County Department of Social Services employee “resigning” as of March 17, 2017. Link also includes 14 stories from the Broken Faith Investigation.

List of clips include:

Jeffrey Cooper: talking about a meeting with Frank Webster’s comments included. Second clip about the roles played during the mock trials.

Jane Whaley: explaining her perspective on not reporting sexual abuse. A second clip of her casting dispersions on a 13- year old young girl who was molested during her time inside WOFF. Third clip of her loudly encouraging David Caulder.

Jamey Anderson: explaining a meeting with Jane, a second clip about the fear in daily life of WOFF.

Jay Plummer: explaining the abuse he experienced.

Tiago Cherubino: talking about an attack he witnessed.

Rick Cooper: explain how WOFF worked to shape its reputation.

John Cooper: he describes the consequences of speaking out at the church. Second clip about the restrictions on marital sex.

Danielle Cordez: recounting a failed attempt to run away from home. (gripping) Second clip explaining what is needed to end the abuse at WOFF.

Tim Cornelius: he describes a 7 year-old retelling the experience of being beaten in the classroom for daydreaming.

Thank you, to each and every ex-member who was willing to be interviewed by Mitch Weiss and the AP Investigative team. We have shared experiences which have shocked this nation and the international community. Not everyone experienced the same level of abuse; however, in some way, each member of WOFF goes through some type of abuse whether socially, emotionally, mentally, spiritually, physically or destruction of relationships with friends or family who decide not to join or express some contrary opinion about Jane Whaley, church practices or any aspect of this dangerous closed sub-CULTure.

Telling the secrets is one of the first steps to healing. I encourage all ex-members to continue on this journey of recovery. There is hope; it is a new day in the saga called Word of Faith Fellowship.

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2 thoughts on “AP Investigation –Broken Faith –Audio Clips Released”

  1. The road to recovery is long and hard. There are so many reminders, so many triggers. I never realized how fragile our emotions could become through the abuse we endured. “Time” is not the healer of all wounds. I have been praying for this day a very long time. Thank you, John, for your dedication and persistence. This could have never happened without you.

  2. I knew a beautiful woman many years ago. After she began to attend that organization I slowly began to not recognize her. She was once loving and warm but became distant and cold. She use to care dearly for her family but has all but disassociates herself from all but those who are members of WFF. That woman was my grandmother and I feel a tremendous loss. It must be noted that the loss is more figurative as my grandmother walks, talks, breathes, and live. It is the essence of her matronly being that looms as a shadow in the vault of my memories. I attended a service many years ago and witnessed the “blasting”, never saw signs of abuse. Other relatives who left the church have found some measure of normalcy. The timespan of accusations have spanned roughly one generation. My concern is how many generations will it take to heal the broken families?

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