Diane Landberg Quote of the Day: Jan 1, 2019

This is an epic quote to start 2019 with: https://twitter.com/DianeLangberg/status/1079828249092517894 As scripture states: Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep's clothing but inwardly are ravenous wolves. You will recognize them by their fruits. Are grapes gathered from thornbushes, or figs from thistles? So, every healthy tree bears good fruit, but the diseased tree bears bad fruit. Matthew... Continue Reading →

Wade Mullen Quote of the Day – Dec 20, 2018

Or, should I say "tweets of the day"? Good stuff. https://twitter.com/wad3mullen/status/1075866218572251136 https://twitter.com/wad3mullen/status/1075866219465576452 https://twitter.com/wad3mullen/status/1075866220493238273 ...which is why I use a pseudonym - you can't privately oppress what you cannot find. https://twitter.com/wad3mullen/status/1075866221885698050 ...and if I ever find myself in a meeting to "discuss" purported "issues of concern" I'm recording it in the off-chance it turns out to... Continue Reading →

Quote of the Day: Sept 3, 2018

With respect to the District President's letter asking to wait for "all the facts" before forming an opinion: https://twitter.com/netgrace_org/status/1032780491328548864 Grace stands for "Godly Response to Abuse in the Christian Environment." From their "About Us/Mission" page: The mission of GRACE is to empower the Christian community through education and training to recognize, prevent, and respond to... Continue Reading →

O God, When Trust is Shattered

A hymn written for abuse survivors as posted to https://sojo.net/articles/o-god-when-trust-shattered. Posted in its entirety here. By Carolyn Winfrey Gillette 8-23-2018 Author's Note: This new hymn is in response to the latest news of abuse by clergy; it was written with input from survivors and counselors. The hymn also references Pope Francis’ Aug. 20 letter, using in particular: “If one member... Continue Reading →

A Lesson in Churchly Leadership

A major role organizational leaders play is to set the standard example of behavior. Whether it is congratulating someone on an accomplishment, announcing routine business, taking a hard issue head-on, avoiding dealing with the elephant in the room, what leadership models publicly tells to the rest of the organization what they really value and believe.... Continue Reading →

LCC: Church Worker Misconduct Policy

In a previous article I wrote about ABC District’s 2014 abuse policy. The article was a contrast between ABC District’s stated policy and their actions as revealed by the CCAA process which shows that the CEF / DIL administration decided to get into the high-risk, high-stakes real estate property development. As it turns out, back... Continue Reading →

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