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Grace Episcopal Alexandria: Legal Update

It’s never a dull day when it comes to my lawsuits against Grace Church, perjuring priest Bob Malm, and members of Bob’s family. Earlier today, the Alexandria Circuit court notified the parties that it has rescheduled motions court to September 9 in my lawsuit against Leslie Malm for defamation. Meanwhile, as I await a response to my motion… Read More »

Great Article on The Wartburg Watch

There’s a great article today on my buddy Dee’s blog, The Wartburg Watch, in which Providence Presbyterian, a PCA church, tries to excommunicate a former member because it didn’t like his Facebook posts. In other words, it tries to pull a Bob Malm. Of course, had the church in question truly aspired to live up to perjuring priest… Read More »

Grace Episcopal Alexandria and Conflict: A Study in Failure

When an Episcopal church initiates a search for a new rector, one of the things it typically does is to complete an OTM profile. OTM stands for Office of Transition Ministry, and the latter maintains an online database for candidates, located at While we can explore some of the challenges inhere in the church’s current deployment system in… Read More »

More on Organizational Narcissism and Grace Episcopal Alexandria

In previous posts, I’ve written about my belief that Grace Episcopal Alexandria is a toxic family system that suffers from organizational narcissism. But what is the connection between narcissistic clergy and narcissistic churches? How does one lead to another? Experts agree that narcissistic clergy typically lead to narcissistic churches. That’s because narcissistic clergy instinctively build organizations that ultimately… Read More »

What Kind of Priest Will Grace Get?

The wife of a prominent local clergyperson, and friend of mine, once shared with me some wisdom derived from almost 50 years of serving different churches. Her comment: “There are two types of clergy: Ones who want to serve you, and ones who want you to serve them.” Perjuring priest Bob Malm clearly was the latter. To my… Read More »

Transition Process Proves Neither Grace Church Nor the Diocese Get It

While it’s hardly news to many, the reality is that neither Grace Episcopal, the clergy perjury parish, nor the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia, understand the depth or breadth of the problems at the church. Confirmation of this paradigm can be seen in the current approach to clergy transition, which is fundamentally flawed. Specifically, in its transition process the… Read More »

Perjuring Priest Bob Malm Preaches on the Subject of Reconciliation

Although most churches are experiencing dwindling attendance at their streamed services, it’s worth tuning into perjuring priest Bob Malm’s sermon from this Sunday, hosted on Vimeo. Why? Because his hypocrisy is hilarious, as he gasses on about forgiveness and reconciliation. Highlights of perjuring priest Bob Malm’s laughable sermon are when he talks about the importance of listening before you… Read More »

Perjuring Priest Petition Passes 21,000 Signers

Even as lawyers try to defend the conduct of perjuring priest Bob Malm and Grace Episcopal, the clergy perjury parish, our petition demanding that the diocese conduct a full, fair, and impartial investigation of perjuring priest Bob Malm and his conduct continues to garner signatures from around the world. Earlier today, the petition passed 21,000 signatures, representing more… Read More »

Legal Update: Motion for Reconsideration in Pennsylvania Case

A few days ago, I received notice that the Pennsylvania court dismissed the case against perjuring priest Bob Malm without prejudice, meaning that the decision has no preclusive effect. While the court’s decision does not explain its reasoning, based on the oral arguments and the nature of the decision itself, I believe the court concluded that Mom’s written… Read More »

Protests Set to Increase This Fall

Over the past few months, I’ve only protested a few times. Reasons for this include respect for the lockdown. Plus the move to virtual services at Grace brings most church activity online—a forum in which I already have a robust presence. That said, with the advent of cooler weather, it’s time to resume picketing in front of the… Read More »

Accountability and The Episcopal Church

Earlier I posted definitive proof that Bob Malm lied to the Episcopal bishop of Virginia when he claimed that I was the executive director of RPJ Housing before coming to Grace Church. Literally dozens of parishioners know that to be a lie. That begs the question: How many will have the integrity to tell the truth? And how… Read More »

Jeffery M Chiow

Jeff “Sugarland” Chiow. Fake places. Fake events. Fake hashtags. His legal pleadings. Grace Episcopal Alexandria at its finest.

Grace Episcopal Alexandria: More Evidence It’s Toxic

Here’s another good one, allegedly from Lisa Gardner. By way of background, Lisa’s father is a member of St. John’s, Hingham Massachusetts, where former Grace members Peter and Cheryl Barnes now are members. Lisa is friends with Bob and Leslie Malm and Lisa Medley—which right there speaks volumes. Of course, Lisa’s lies are consistent with other conduct from… Read More »

Lack of Introspection: Another Sign of Organizational Narcissism at Grace Episcopal Alexandria

I’ve written previously about organizational narcissism at Grace Church and the fact that, over time, churches inevitably take on the characteristics of their rector.  Today’s post is about a related topic, lack of introspection as a sign of organizational narcissism. Often referred to as “destructive narcissism,” or “DM,” narcissism among leaders is characterized by outward self-assurance, an ability… Read More »

Eric Bonetti v. Leslie Malm: Motions Court Set for August 26

Above is the notice from Leslie Malm’s attorney, Wayne Cyron, providing notice of motions court regarding Malm’s plea in bar of the statute of limitations. The matter is addressed by black letter law; Virginia statute specifically provides that an injunction, as was involved here, that prevents a lawsuit, results in tolling of the statute during the duration of… Read More »

Upheaval at Episcopal Men’s Group Underscores Depth of Problems at Grace Episcopal, the Diocese

Shock waves are rippling throughout Episcopal men’s group The Brotherhood of St. Andrew after three African-American board members resigned in protest over the organization’s response to recent racial incidents. But even as the group reels from the upheaval on its board, its efforts to regain its footing illustrate the utter ineptitude and lack of Christian ethics at Grace… Read More »