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Church Board Spurns Accountability, Protects Abusers

It’s ironic that Grace Community Church, pastored by John MacArthur, is located in Sun Valley, California, because its leadership seems committed ...

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Police Departments Reined in by Insurer Ultimatums

According to a report in the Washington Post, the most influential voices in police reform aren’t necessarily politicians or even other police officers. ...

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Accountability and Sexual Misconduct in the Church

A team of journalists at the Fort Worth Star-Telegram spent nearly nine months investigating a pattern of sexual abuse in a loose network of independent ...

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Augustine on Wolves within the Church

There are many sheep without, many wolves within.

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Church Discipline Brings about Repentance

About two-and-a-half years ago we had the sad experience of disciplining a man by removing him from membership for repeated and unrepentant adultery. ...

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John Wesley Linked Church Discipline to Growth

When the Methodist movement began to grow, John Wesley faced the problem of dealing with converts who returned to their old ways. Many Methodists came ...

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Tardy Discipline

Unfortunately most churches don't employ formal discipline until offenses are so terrible, relationships so shattered, and patterns so ingrained, that ...

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Wesley’s High Standard for Methodists

John Wesley lived a disciplined life and was not afraid to hold other Methodists to a similar standard. His journal gives the impression that he spent ...

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Shaking and Rattling the Congregation

Pastors who give their congregations only what they want are seldom able to lead them to new heights. If Moses had listened to his congregation and appeased ...

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Repentance in the Early Church

Repentance was an involved process in the early church. Sin was seen not as a personal matter but as something that destroyed the unity of the church. ...

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