Megachurch pastor Kong Hee asks for forgiveness as he starts prison sentence, says he feels ‘peace’

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City Harvest Church founder Kong Hee and his wife Sun Ho, also known as Ho Yeow Sun.Edgar Su/Reuters

Singapore’s City Harvest Church pastor Kong Hee has finally apologised for what he called “unwise decisions,” as the megachurch leader gets set to start serving his three-and-a-half year prison sentence on Friday.

“I have, in these past weeks since the release of the judgment, reflected deeply. I have come to terms with what is ahead and am at peace. I will therefore start serving my sentence on 21 April 2017. Over the last few weeks, I have tried to spend as much time as possible with my family, whom I will miss very dearly,” Kong wrote in a Facebook post on Wednesday.

“To all I have disappointed, stumbled and hurt in my congregation,

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