Apparently, on July 18, 2010, Ergun Caner spoke at West Cabarrus Church, on Acts 12, "Will You be a Rhoda?" (link) This was after the results of Liberty's investigation of Caner had been completed (link to source).
1:00 "Turkish, born in Stockholm, Sweden, but Turkish"
It would be nice if he said "half Turkish," but ok.
1:20 "I ended up in the ministry, having been raised in Islam, and then born again later in life, I ended up in the ministry"
"Later in life"? Try high school?
6:10 "We have two kids who are beautiful half-breeds, half me and half mama, and some day they're either going to speak Turkish in a southern accent, or they're going to ignore me in two languages."
Since when does Caner speak Turkish?
6:25 "Jill does not call me 'Ergun,' my name, Ergun Mehmet Caner"
No, Ergun Michael Caner.
25:50 "Raised as a Muslim, do you know what we did five times a day? We faced Mecca, and we prayed! But do you know what we're doing when we pray? We're repeating the first chapter of the Koran over and over. Six verses."
No, seven verses.
28:25 "the guy with a 2.0 through high school"
We know he was a pretty good student in college, but interesting claim nonetheless.
32:50 "We came to America to build mosques."
He came as a toddler.
33:15 "One boy, one boy heard from God, Jerry Tackett. And when nobody believed him, and when he kept coming and I kept telling him no, freshman year, sophomore year, junior year - I kept telling him shut up, leave me alone, I don't want to go to your church, I go to the mosque ... "
If it was the first half of his junior year, that could have been 1982, but that would still not match the account in the Caners' book.
37:00 "A year later, my brothers were both Christians."
That has been one of the constants in the various stories. I hope it is true.