Peter Vandever is well known for creating fake “causes” where the funds donated go to none other than himself. He has been exposed numerous times in the past soliciting money for various “missionary” projects that never existed. Once again, Peter was caught in the act.
Country music and Jack Daniels bourbon whisky. Two things Peter Vandever is likely not enjoying these days in the great state of Tennessee.
This is an update to inform about what Peter has been up to now that more than a year and a half has passed since he finally managed to escape his mess in the Philippines (only with a taxpayer-funded handout, of course).
Peter Vandever is attempting to weigh in on an article about a recently arrested alleged pedophile named Mark Catley. Nothing new with what he’s trying to do: cloak himself in phony holiness while falsely accusing others of exactly what he himself is guilty of: shameful sexual practices including child molestation. Peter Vandever wants to go there, so go there we shall. More to follow on this.
We have confirmed that Peter Vandever has finally left the Philippines. After years of struggling to leave the country due to an insurmountable pile of unpaid visa fees and an inability to afford a plane ticket, Peter was finally able to return to the United States by way of a repatriation loan courtesy of the US Embassy. Family members have also confirmed that he went to Kansas City, Missouri.
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We are receiving a steady stream of emails about the so-called “Azusa Report” website (we will not link to it from here, but you can find it quickly by search). Yes, the same Peter Vandever we are reporting about here is the same dishonest individual behind the Azusa Report website. Take a look at his website and see for yourself. It’s a scam disguised as a pentecostal website, but there is no inspiration, nothing useful. In fact, many of the articles are plagiarized (more on Peter’s plagerism practices here). Instead, it’s his rants against “haters” and playing the victim game as usual.
The ultimate goal of “Azusa Report” is to scam you for money. Learn more about Peter by reading the articles presented on this site. Do not give your money to Peter Vandever unless you want to support his alcohol and drug habits. He is the furthest thing one could be from a true Christian. If only Peter Vandever put in as much effort into real, ethical work as he does his shifty and deceptive practices.