The news follows a yearlong process of reconciliation.
“I want you to receive this good news because our Lord Jesus has done a great and miraculous thing in our lives, together and individually,” Hinn said in a statement on his ministry’s website.
“Suzanne and I are more in love and happier than ever,” he continued. “Most importantly, we know that the hand of God has brought this about, and to Jesus be all glory, honor, and praise!”
The couple had been married for more than 30 years when Suzanne filed for divorce in Orange County Superior Court in 2010, citing irreconcilable differences.
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The Hinns will take their vows March 3 in a ceremony conducted by Dr. Jack Hayford.
“We are excited about the future, and sharing our vows together in the March 3 ceremony has been the perfect next step toward our spending the rest of our lives together,” Hinn said.
“Thank you for praying for my sweet family, Suzanne, and me!” he continued. “It is because of your prayers, intercession, and love that we are where we are today.”
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