Tullian Tchividjian allegedly tried to reconcile with ex-wife while in new relationship

Tullian Tchividjian, grandson of evangelist Billy Graham, allegedly tried to get back with his ex-wife Kim while he was still in a relationship with another woman.

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Tchividjian resigned as a pastor of Coral Ridge Presbyterian church in June 2015 due to an extramarital affair. He filed for divorce soon after his resignation. Earlier this month, it was revealed that he got married to a woman named Stacie.

The allegation of the failed reconciliation was made by a woman named Kara as narrated in a blog post by Nate Sparks. Kara said that Tchividjian asked her for advice about reconciling with Kim.

The reconciliation attempt failed when Kim discovered that Tchividjian had engaged in a sexual relationship with Stacie while he was trying to get back with his ex-wife. Kara said that the former pastor revealed his plans to marry Stacie weeks after the failed attempt. Stacie confirmed the marriage in a Facebook post on Nov. 19.

In another blog post by Sparks, a woman who goes by the pseudonym Lisa alleged that Tchividjian asked her to pray for the death of his brother Boz.

"My bro is mean as a snake. He hasn't called me one time (not once) in a year but he goes on Twitter and interacts with all my haters and sends these passive aggressive tweets that everybody knows are intended for me. He doesn't know anything about the situation at all. At all. Pray he dies :)," the former pastor supposedly wrote in a text message to Lisa.

The women also claim that Tchividjian made sexual advances to them and other women while he was still married to Kim, as reported by The Christian Post.

In a recent Facebook post, the former pastor mentioned that there are some public figures who are making statements about him although he failed to name them.

"As far as things that have been said and written about me (especially recently) some of them are true and some of them are absolutely false. There is nothing I can do about any of it. I cannot correct every falsehood and I cannot go back and right every wrong thing I've done or said," Tchividjian wrote.

In his blog post, Sparks expressed his concern that the former pastor might be attempting to get back to the ministry. Tchividjian recently preached a sermon about God's redemption at the Spring Hills Community Church.