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Before walking back through her tumultuous past few years, she told them, "I think it's time we stop being hypocrites in the pulpit. it's time that we take the mask off to this generation and show them that we have the same issues and the same struggles.""We (sic) going public with all our stuff. White had risen to prominence as a preacher, motivational speaker, author and TV personality after co-founding what is now Without Walls International Church with her husband and starting her own ministry.

Somebody's got to get real in the church now."She did just that, opening up about the pressures that piled up and the crises in her life that the media was all over. She was living her dream life, as she described to pastors at the Orlando conference.

But Tampa's most talked about evangelist says the naysayers underestimated him and his church.

In 2012, after a more than two-year absence from the pulpit, White publicly vowed to restore his embattled house of worship.

"I'm doing extremely well considering what I've been through," he says.

"And the church has undergone a total transformation.

Initially, life was great for the White’s, their personal life and vocational life was going great guns; they had found fame and fortune.

But, things turned south and life slowly started a downward spiral.

However, she has admitted the experience has been emotional.It all began in 2004 when the IRS launched a nine-year investigation into the personal and organizational finances of White and her then husband, Randy. But after the IRS investigation began, she began to face challenge after challenge to the point where she wanted to and even tried to quit."You can handle something if it's for a short season.Just two years earlier in 2002, White had written in her journal: "I'm living heaven on earth. But how do I praise Him when my days turn into weeks and my weeks turn into months and my months turn into years and my years turn into decades? "How do I praise Him under that continual pressure?Life cannot get any better.""I'm above the struggle and beneath the radar. That kind of pressure wears you out."Listing the numerous trials she went through, White said she experienced a midlife meltdown, compassion fatigue, her friend being falsely accused and sent to prison, a stroke, addiction to the prescription medication she was given following her stroke, and problems in her marriage.Continuing, she added that her church staff split in the middle with some turning on the Whites and going to the media.Senior Pastor Paula White has been in the thick of a series of storms that have battered her since she and her husband, Randy White divorced in 2007 and even before.