Snake Salvation

Snake Salvation Pastor Andrew Hamblin cheating scandal explodes on Facebook PART ONE

Snake-handling preacher Andrew Hamblin from National Geographic Channel’s reality series Snake Salvation is quite experienced at handling numerous venomous reptiles like rattlesnakes, copperheads and cottonmouths, but apparently there is one serpent he can’t control. [pause] It’s been rumored for months that Hamblin cheated on his pregnant wife and mother of his five children, Elizabeth Hamblin, with a married female member of his congregation, but details of the affair had been kept relatively hush-hush at the request of Elizabeth. That is, until Wednesday, when Andrew’s mistress took to Facebook and called Elizabeth out for infidelity as well. Then all hell broke loose!

Snake Salvation preacher Andrew Hamblin evicted from church, divorcing wife Elizabeth?

Snake-handling preacher and Snake Salvation star Andrew Hamblin has been evicted from his church because the landlord says, “too many people were getting hurt and dying, and that’s a proven fact.” Watch a video report with details about Hamblin’s eviction, get an update on his co-star Cody Coots, who was bitten by a rattlesnake last month, and read some recent Facebook posts that suggest Andrew and his wife Elizabeth may be having some serious marital difficulties.

Snake Salvation’s Pastor Jamie Coots obituary, memorial page and funeral details

As we reported yesterday, Snake Salvation star Pastor Jamie Coots died Saturday night after being bitten by a rattlesnake during a church service and later refusing medical treatment from paramedics at his Middlesboro, Kentucky home. The 42-year-old father of two will be laid to rest tomorrow. Keep reading for Pastor Coots’ obituary as well as info on where you can send donations to help his family.

Snake Salvation star Pastor Jamie Coots dies from snake bite

Snake handling preacher, and star of National Geographic Channel’s reality series Snake Salvation, Pastor Jamie Coots has died after being bitten by a snake over the weekend. Coots reportedly suffered the snake bite Saturday night during a service at his church, Full Gospel Tabernacle in Jesus Name in Middlesboro, Kentucky. He died later that night in his home after refusing medical treatment.

Why don’t the people on Snake Salvation die when they’re bitten by snakes?

NatGeo’s Snake Salvation is reality show that’s hard to turn away from. It follows the leaders of two churches in the south who abide by the signs listed in March 16:17-18. As well as laying on hands of the sick and casting out demons, the verses also say that if you believe in Jesus, you can drink poison and not get hurt, and handle serpents and not be harmed. On the show three people have been bitten and survived so far. Is their recovery the work of God, or are the snakes they’re handling dangerous, but not necessarily deadly?