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Ben Cooper and his family became members of the Word of Faith Fellowship, a secretive church in rural North Carolina, when he was 7. He and his wife eventually left, but now he joins TODAY along with his brother John and Mitch Weiss, co-author of the new book “Broken Faith,” to speak out about what he alleges he witnessed, including physical and psychological abuse. “It was a violent group,” Ben says.