I am not sure why Christians don't just apply the biblical requirements for elders and deacons laid out by Paul in Timothy and Titus. Instead we say, "well, there there, no one is perfect" and reinstate men crippled by their sin back into the very situations where their addictions can continue to wreak havoc on their *own* spiritual walk and that of *others*. This man was unqualified for church leadership but because he is charismatic and attractive, he gets to dodge the bible and common sense to take the helm ... again ... and again ...
Further, it would help us if we as Christians studied some of the secular psychiatric literature. This man is like a tick-list of the Hare Psychopathy Index (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hare_Psychopathy_Checklist) and the Narcissistic Personality Disorder (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Narcissistic_personality_disorder). I would commend people to review the criteria. He needs counselling and he needs to retire from ministry into laity for an indefinite period of time.
Attention, manipulation and conning are the addictions of men like this. For their *own* sake, never mind the sake of the sheep (which are more important), they need to be taken away from the contexts where their addiction can destroy them.
Don't let conmen back into leadership - as the Bible clearly teaches. They can't handle it and they destroy the lives of others. Repeatedly, the laity are the collateral damage of the perverted leader who can bring in people and their cash.
"You have planted them, and they have taken root;
they grow and bear fruit.
You are always on their lips
but far from their hearts."