"We've got certain things going on right now, but I refuse to stop coming to the house God built," he said during his brief appearance before introducing a guest minister and leaving the room.
As previously reported, police said Weeks choked Bynum, pushed her to the ground and started to kick and stomp on her during an argument on Aug. 21 outside a hotel. A hotel employee stepped in and pulled Weeks off her, police said.
Currently free on bond, Weeks was charged with aggravated assault and terroristic threats following the confrontation, which police say left his estranged wife badly bruised. He is due in Fulton County Superior Court on Sept. 7.
Meanwhile, members of his congregation at Global Destiny Ministries have decided to wait for all the facts before passing judgment or taking sides in the matter.
"There are three sides to every story," said frequent visitor Shannon Mayers, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. "Nobody has the right to judge anybody. God is in the midst of that and will work it out." (source)
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