Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Church Protest

It is the first time I have spoken about this. In 2012, there was a protest in my Church, while I was away. When I heard the news, I was so upset -- that anyone could protest in a holy place -- that I needed a doctor. But after the close of my ministry, I am told, such behaviour only got worse. OBSERVATION: It emerged that a young woman said during that protest: “The minister is asking for more than we can give.” I asked an independent Church consultant therefore to investigate and report back to the congregation. He reported that I was a “sacrificial” minister, and incapable of stating my needs.

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