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Hope Hilley Carpenter

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Redemption World Outreach Center

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Redemption World Outreach Center

635 Haywood Road

Greenville, South Carolina,29607

United States

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Redemption World Outreach Center was founded in 1991 by Pastors Ron and Hope Carpenter. When the ministry began, there were only three members & service was held in a cinder block warehouse. Three years later, God blessed them with their first building on 74 B... more.

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Hope Carpenter, co-founder of Redemption World Outreach Center in Greenville, S.C., was enthusiastically welcomed back by congregants on Sunday months after her marital infidelities were exposed at the pulpit by her husband, Pastor Ron Carpenter.
(Photo: RWOC screengrab)Hope Carpenter, co-founder of Redemption World Outreach Center in Greenville, S.C., sits in the megachurch as congregants applaud her on Sunday, Feb. 16, 2014. (Photo: RWOC screengrab)Hope Carpenter, co-founder of Redemption World Outreach Center in Greenville, S.C., sits in the megachurch as congregants applaud her on Sunday, Feb. 16, 2014. With his wife and family sitting in the very first row of the sanctuary, Pastor Carpenter manned the pulpit not to preach a sermon, but to tell "a story" about how God changed his "hardened heart" and reminded him of his marriage vows and how his love for his wife should reflect Christ's love for the Church. Reading from several passages he said he felt led to by God one "miserable" night when he was looking for answers, Carpenter began his story by reading from Mark 10:1-11. The New Testament passage describes Jesus' interaction with some Pharisees ("church folks," as Carpenter called them) on the subject of divorce. They are one," Carpenter commented on the passage. "Therefore what God has joined together, don't let people mess it up," he added. The Gospels of Matthew, Mark and Luke attribute similar remarks to Jesus on the issue of divorce, although two passages in Matthew include Jesus' suggestion that "sexual immorality" was grounds for divorce (5:31-32 and 19:1-9). Carpenter also read from 1 Corinthians 7:12-16, in which the apostle Paul suggests that believers with "unbelieving" spouses who are willing to remain married could influence their eventual conversion to Christianity. Carpenter's interpretation: "He said if your first instinct is to give up on it, how do you know what could've happened? Why do you give up on God so quickly? He said how will you ever know what I could've done if you didn't even give me a shot?" Revisiting his Oct. 2013 confession of his marital woes, which the Pentecostal preacher had said involved adultery and an unspecified "sickness" on Hope Carpenter's part, Carpenter reminded congregants of his emotional state at the time in explaining why he had been dead set against reconciling with his wife. He explained that the emotion was so raw at the time that he had told those helping his wife, who had voluntarily checked into an unidentified facility, that she would not be welcomed back to the home they had shared. Carpenter's then relayed that afterward, he had an exchange with God in which he said he heard the "near audible" voice of God tell him to call Mrs. Carpenter at the facility she had voluntarily checked into "and tell her you will not abandon her. Out of what he said was a "sheer fear of God" and not "lovey-dovey feelings," Carpenter did what he felt God wanted him to do. Pastor Carpenter reminded congregants that the marriage vow was not only between the husband and wife, but also between the couple and God. "These are vows to God. God takes covenant so serious. And if you cannot mean your vows, don't go up there," the minister added. Carpenter went on to read from Rev. 12:9-11 and spoke of dying to himself, living for Christ, and no longer being a lover of himself, but a lover of the truth and righteousness. "Now this is just me and God, God wearing me out," Carpenter said of the night he felt led to read these Bible passages at a time he called the most "miserable" period of in his 45 and a half years of life. "This is me getting all the voices out of my head and saying, 'What do You want? What is Your standard?'" He also read from 1 Corinthians 13:4-8 about the characteristics of love. "When you tell somebody 'I love you,' that's what you say. So unless you mean this, don't say it," said Carpenter. After sharing 1 John 4:18, Carpenter suggested that none of the passages he had read describing love had anything to do with "any emotion or any feeling." He added, "It was a commitment made. "The demonstration of Christ in the earth is not a preacher and preaching," Carpenter continued, commenting on Ephesians 5s discussion on Christ and the Church. "It's about a marriage that don't bust up. It's about a Christ who will stay with the Church at all costs." Carpenter added in a whirlwind closing that saw him gripping the mic and pumping a fist in the air, "All I'm asking you to do is understand is that your vows mean something to God." "Those of you whose marriages are about to fall apart… if you will say, 'I will fight...'" he trailed off. Regaining composure, Carpenter took to the steps of the altar and said he he had one final "assignment" before dismissing worshippers. "I've got to call out the leaders in America," he explained. (Photo: RWOC screengrab) Ron and Hope Carpenter, founders of Redemption World Outreach Center in Greenville, S.C., embrace as congregants look on. Ron and Hope Carpenter, founders of Redemption World Outreach Center in Greenville, S.C., embrace as congregants look on. Ron and Hope Carpenter have been married for 23 years and have three children.


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Apostles Ron & Hope Carpenter


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Ron & Hope Carpenter are the founders and Senior Pastors of Redemption World Outreach Center in Greenville, South Carolina.


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Ron & Hope Carpenter are the founders and Senior Pastors of Redemption World Outreach Center in Greenville, South Carolina.
Apostle Ron is a graduate of Emmanuel College of Christian Ministries where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Pastoral Ministries. He has ministered at numerous conferences across America, including Evangelism USA and many graduating lectures. More »


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Ron and Hope Carpenter Pastor’s Wife Returns After Husband Rebukes Church Leaders Who Were For Divorce Feb 18, 2014 Pastor Ron Carpenter’s wife, Hope Carpenter returned to her church in S.C. after her husband rebuked church leaders who supported his divorce with her. Pastor Carpenter had revealed Hope’s marriage infidelities from the pulpit and led to her leaving Redemption World Outreach Center which she cofounded with her husband. Though it had been months since they had divorced, Mrs. Carpenter was still enthusiastically welcomed by the congregation.
Ron and Hope Carpenter Pastor’s Wife Returns After Husband Rebukes Church Leaders Who Were For Divorce Feb 18, 2014 Pastor Ron Carpenter’s wife, Hope Carpenter returned to her church in S.C. after her husband rebuked church leaders who supported his divorce with her. Pastor Carpenter had revealed Hope’s marriage infidelities from the pulpit and led to her leaving Redemption World Outreach Center which she cofounded with her husband. Though it had been months since they had divorced, Mrs. Carpenter was still enthusiastically welcomed by the congregation. Ron and Hope Carpenter Pastor’s Wife Returns After Husband Rebukes Church Leaders Who Were For Divorce Feb 18, 2014 Pastor Ron Carpenter’s wife, Hope Carpenter returned to her church in S.C. after her husband rebuked church leaders who supported his divorce with her. Pastor Carpenter had revealed Hope’s marriage infidelities from the pulpit and led to her leaving Redemption World Outreach Center which she cofounded with her husband. Though it had been months since they had divorced, Mrs. Carpenter was still enthusiastically welcomed by the congregation. Ron and Hope Carpenter Ron and Hope Carpenter Pastor Ron Carpenter's wife, Hope Carpenter returned to her church in S.C. after her husband rebuked church leaders who supported his divorce with her. Pastor Carpenter had revealed Hope's marriage infidelities from the pulpit and led to her leaving Redemption World Outreach Center which she cofounded with her husband. Though it had been months since they had divorced, Mrs. Carpenter was still enthusiastically welcomed by the congregation. Hope was seated at the front row with the rest of her family as Pastor Carpenter gave a testimony about his marriage and his divorce. The passage for that day's message was the gospel of Mark 10:1-11. It was the famous chapter where Jesus goes to talk about divorce with some "church folks" as Carpenter liked to put it. He quoted Christ saying that the only reason Moses had included divorce in Hebrew law was because man had hard hearts. After quoting passages that talk about Godly marriage and the problem of divorce, Carpenter began talking about how he had initially felt when he had first discovered about his wife's infidelity. He explained that he even told people that Hope should not be welcome at the sanctuary. However as time passed carpenter had an encounter with God where He commanded the pastor to not abandon his wife. To this, Carpenter obeyed. In the end, Carpenter reminded congregants and even the leaders he had initially called to support his divorce that the marriage vows were not only between the husband and wife but also between the couple and God. He also made the connection with marriage and Christ's relationship to the church; as a husband should never abandon his wife, a Christian should not forsake the church. Ron and Hope Carpenter founded Redemption World Outreach Center in 1991, and they had been married 23 years with three children.


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