Bishop Wayne T. Jackson ‘Consecrates’ Men by Rubbing Bodies?

Controversial ‘Ordination’ Video Shows Minister Lying on Top of Men in Church

A very disturbing video has emerged this week showing Bishop Wayne T. Jackson of Great Faith International Ministries in Detroit, Mich., “consecrating” two adult men in an “ordination” ceremony…that apparently involves full body contact.

The video, which ChristCultureNews.com found extremely shocking, shows Bishop Jackson’s assistants covering these two men in white sheets as they lie on the floor, before the minister walks about as if he’s in a state of ecstasy and stops to “pray” for them while noticeably pulling their legs slightly apart…before eventually falling on them…with his legs spread apart and his full weight pressed against their bodies. This is in front of an applauding congregation.

The video was uploaded on Facebook and drew swift rebukes and expressions of scorn from viewers. The Facebook poster asks “consecrated or emasculated?” — to which viewers responded:

  • “I’ll say desecration….hands down.”
  • “I don’t understand how people believe this is okay. It blows my mind. The Bible speaks of many being deceived but this is too blunt!”
  • “Full on desecration…and man-made foolishness to boot.”
  • “Where is THIS coming from? What happened to simply laying on of hands and prayer? What’s he crying about? Is he mourning the death of the guy’s ‘flesh?’ Ugh.”

Watch the controversial video of Bishop Wayne T. Jackson “consecrating” these two men in a ceremony that most certainly does not have its roots in the Holy Bible:

 

You can get more details about this tragic incident at GayChristianMovementWatch.com, an online ministry that upholds biblical standards of sexuality.

Jackson’s biography on his church website reads:

Bishop Wayne T. Jackson is the Founder and President of The Impact Network, the only all African American Founded and Operated National Christian Television Network. He is also the senior pastor of Impact Ministries International located in Detroit, Michigan. Bishop Jackson holds an honorary doctorate of divinity degree from St. Thomas Christian College in Jacksonville, Florida.

As a pastor, Bishop Jackson’s primary responsibilities is caring for the flock that God has entrusted to him by teaching the Word of God and developing disciples of Jesus Christ. …

A vital portion of Bishop Jackson’s ministry is to help those that cannot help themselves. He is a strong advocate of feeding, clothing, and housing the poor. He has taken men off of the streets into his own home, to help them get their lives back on track and endeavors to one day start a Nehemiah House, a transitional home for men. …

As the founder of Wayne T. Jackson Ministries his out-reach ministry, he ministers the Gospel to the sick, shut-in, incarcerated, senior citizens, and others across the country. He has been called to bring the demonstration of the power of God to the world. His miracle crusades have changed the lives of thousands of individuals. Many have been healed of cancer, diabetes, AIDS, high blood pressure and many other diseases.

Bishop Jackson is also the founder of the “Greater Works of Christ” Organization which is a fellowship of churches that expands from coast to coast and internationally. Through Greater Works of Christ, Bishop Jackson serves as Chief Apostle and overseer. He mentors other men of God and ministries teaching and empowering them to spread the demonstration of the healing and the supernatural power of Jesus Christ to the world. …

Bishop Jackson is the loving husband of 30 years to Dr. Beverly Y. Jackson, adoring father to nine children, loving grandfather, effective leader, prosperous business man and a highly anointed man of God. He is a solid pillar of the city of Detroit, the state of Michigan, and the world. Bishop Wayne T. Jackson constantly affirms, “This is my testimony, ‘Down through the years, God has been good to me!’”

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