Pastor missing, found at strip club!

Imagine his surpise!

46-year-old Craig Rhodenizer, a pastor who was reported missing from New York, was found at an Ohio strip club.  Hmmmm……..  He disappeared Wednesday after telling his wife he was getting his computer fixed at Best Buy. He is the pastor of a church in Lyndonville, N.Y.  He says that he feels emotionally guilty.

My solution:  Now, now Mr. Pastor.  I am sure you that you have to admit feeling guilty, but let’s all face it.  I am sure that you feel guilty because you got caught.  One – if you are a pastor, priest, or anyone of a religious figure, then you shall not be caught committing this kind of sin.  Two – Perhaps, you should learn how to use the internet and hope that your wife does not know how to look up history.  Shame on you!

The Solutionist

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6 responses to “Pastor missing, found at strip club!

  1. How often do we hear of these kinds of acts by religious people? Too often. Shame, shame, shame.

  2. I agree with, Darren. We hear of this too often.

  3. OMG, pure sickening. We trust our pastor’s with our children and to teach us about God. I am sure that this preacher has preached on lust and pornography as have all preachers. He has disgraced God for sure, and his congregation. Blogged correctly, shame on you preacher man.

    I am beginning to love this blog. Would like to know more about “The Solutionist.” Seems to be quite an intelligent person. I have this blog on my rss feed now. Seems like more people are joining in the discussions. Nice!

  4. Have to agree with all of you. Bad, bad pastor.

  5. You know he only feels guilty because he got caught. Hope is congreagation kicks him out.

  6. This still makes me sick. This man is still in charge of leading his “flock” down the garden path to righteousness at this Lyndonville church.

    I had to appear at this church for a funeral recently, and could hardly deal with listening to the lies this man preached from his pulpit. Sickening, he is still there as of this month, March 2011.

    Even worse, a clearly blinded and brainwashed family member spoke to me about him the day we lost that family member, “He is our Sheppard and we are his flock!” I had to bite down hard on my tongue to keep from saying what was on my mind.

    We were in grief at my family members home only hours after the passing of our family member, and he barged in, uninvited… not once, not twice, but three times that day of our family’s loss. I could barely stand it. I nearly passed out from anger over his hypocritical words.

    Instead of talking about an uplifting subject during the funeral service, (OF WHICH we requested he not give any sermon because we had no interest in hearing his words) all he could talk about was Mary Magdalene. I was appalled… how dare he…

    And what you say about him being aggressive….. he is completely bossy to his flock… he even tried to ORDER me around this day. I was about ready to punch him in his lying scumbag mouth, but I thought better of it, being my saddened family was in the next room.

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