The ex-husband of national televangelist Juanita Bynum, who divorced after a parking lot fight between the two landed him in jail, plans to take his search for a new wife to the Internet with videos featuring dating tips and what he’s looking for in a mate.
Thomas W. Weeks III, a minister who runs an Atlanta-area church and is known to his followers as Bishop Weeks, said the 10-episode series will be available starting Tuesday on his Web site.
The end may be near for the troubled marriage of national evangelist Juanita Bynum and her estranged husband Bishop Thomas W. Weeks III.
Another chapter in the soap opera between two people who claim to be evangelists (and more).
Nearly two weeks ago, Weeks, 40, was sentenced to three years probation, 200 hours of community service and anger management classes for the Aug. 21 aggravated assault on his estranged wife, national evangelist Juanita Bynum, 49.
During the hour-long interview with Pearson, Bynum insisted a series of text messages she sent to Weeks were not an attempt to save their marriage.
Bishop Thomas W. Weeks III, who for more than six months proclaimed his innocence of spousal abuse, said he pleaded guilty to aggravated assault this week to protect his evangelist wife, victim Juanita Bynum, from scrutiny.
Weeks immediately was sentenced to three years probation, 200 hours of non-church related community service and ordered to attend anger management counseling.
National evangelist Juanita Bynum on Monday finally met with her estranged husband, Bishop Thomas W. Weeks III, and his attorney for a deposition in preparation for divorce proceedings.
On Tuesday, Bishop Thomas W. Weeks III is scheduled to face criminal charges at Fulton County Superior Court for allegedly choking, beating and kicking his estranged wife, nationally known evangelist Juanita Bynum, after they argued in the Renaissance Concourse Hotel parking lot on Aug. 21. [video]
The book was re-released a day after Thomas Weeks affirmed his not guilty plea in a criminal case pending against him for allegedly beating, choking and stomping his wife in an Atlanta hotel parking lot.
Weeks’ estranged wife national evangelist Juanita Bynum, 49, has accused him of beating, choking and stomping her to the ground at an Atlanta hotel parking lot on Aug. 21.
Bishop Thomas W. Weeks III got stood up at the negotiation table Monday when his estranged wife evangelist Juanita Bynum failed to show for a mediation of their divorce.
Speculation that the couple — scheduled to meet Monday to hammer out a divorce — will reconcile is spreading from the pews of metro Atlanta churches to gossip sites in cyberspace.
Meanwhile, Thomas Weeks, an author and leader of a global ministry, and Juanita Bynum, a Pentecostal pastor, author and gold-selling gospel singer, are planning separate seminars on family issues and domestic violence next month.
The couple has been estranged since June and has not seen each other in months, since Weeks is barred from contacting Bynum under the terms of his release on bond. On Tuesday, Weeks’ attorneys filed a motion forcing Bynum to give her deposition in the divorce proceeding – a step she has postponed repeatedly, effectively stalling the mediation process, Kessler said.
Televangelist Juanita Bynum, her estranged husband and a group of attorneys met for more than five hours Friday behind locked courtroom doors in Atlanta then slipped out a back door. No one involved in the hearing would discuss it afterward.
The man accused of beating his estranged wife, televangelist Juanita Bynum, says he never hit her and that she physically abused him.
Thomas Weeks maintains that publications and broadcasts about his stormy marriage do not paint a complete and accurate picture.
Televangelist Juanita Bynum’s estranged husband – who is accused of attacking Bynum – is planning a conference on domestic violence and wants to establish partnerships with other organizations around the issue