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(CNN) The wife of former pastor Ted Haggard said that she never considered divorce after she discovered her husband had sexual encounters with men.
Ted Haggard, the former president of the National Association of Evangelicals and the head pastor at the 14,000-member New Life, was outed publicly in 2006 by a former prostitute, Mike Jones, who said Haggard had paid him for sex over three years and had used methamphetamine in his presence.
Haggard also later admitted to an inappropriate relationship with a 20-year-old male church volunteer.
Haggard said that he no longer has same-sex urges, attributing the change to therapy. He blamed his homosexual experiences on a sexual encounter with an adult man when he was in second grade, which "formed the way my mind processes things."
We'd like to know what you think.
Do you think Gayle Haggard should have stuck by her husband? Why do you think she did? What would you do? How much would you put up with?
Please leave your comments below.
The world's largest car maker, Toyota, has announced a worldwide recall of more than 5 million cars that seriously threatens the image of the Japanese company.
Thursday's recall in China of 75,500 sport utility vehicles because of potential accelerator pad problems is part of a global recall that includes 5.3 million cars in the United States.
The recall has also affected cars across many parts of Europe.
The Toyota brand is synonymous with having a high safety standard and many car owners purchase their vehicles for this very reason.
This begs the question - has the massive recall hurt the Toyota brand?
How much of an impact will it have on the Japanese automaker, particularly in places like China?
Some are even suggesting that this could mean the end of Toyota.
We want to know what you think - please leave your questions and comments below.
How is 2010 shaping up for you financially? Do you expect the coming year to be better for you, your family and friends? Is your community through the worst of the recession – or are you still experiencing tough times?
CNN would like your views on whether governments’ and banks’ policies have helped or hindered recovery.
Becky Anderson and the Connect the World crew are teaming up with Richard Quest to host a live debate today on what 2010 might hold for the world economy. Richard Quest will join us live from the WEF at Davos to give his view on what the policy makers are really thinking.
We’ll also be joined by Paul Armstrong, who’s blogging from Davos all week, and Harvard University’s Ken Rogoff.
All you need to join is a Skype account – click here to get set up
We will also have a live stream of the event which we will broadcast on CNN.com.
In the meantime please leave your comments and questions below.