Showing posts with label Grace Episcopal Alexandria. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Grace Episcopal Alexandria. Show all posts

Monday, September 21, 2020

Requests for Production of Documents Served on Perjuring Priest Bob Malm, Grace Episcopal Alexandria in Virginia Lawsuit


Moments ago I filed Requests for Production of documents with attorneys for perjuring priest Bob Malm and Grace Episcopal Alexandria, the clergy perjury parish, in the Virginia litigation.

Later this week, I will file a series of discovery requests against perjuring priest Bob Malm’s daughter, Lindsey Malm Anders, in the defamation case against here in Virginia.

Stay tuned.

Perjuring Priest Bob Malm Served Requests for Admission in Pennsylvania Lawsuit

 

Recently I served perjuring priest Bob Malm with several legal documents in the Pennsylvania lawsuit, which seeks recovery of legal fees incurred by my late mother, Sigrid Yahner, when perjuring priest Bob Malm illegally attempted to subpoena her in Pennsylvania. 

At the time, she was terminally ill, incontinent, and suffering from a severe anxiety disorder due to her illness. As a result, she had been housebound for three years and was receiving palliative care. 

Mom's suffering did not deter perjuring priest Bob Malm, Sugarland Chiow, or the good Christians of Grace Episcopal Church,. Rather, they tried to force her to leave her home, travel into Franklin, and spend what may well have been a full day at the courthouse.

All I can say is it would have been quite a scene, Mom trying to drag her oxygen tanks, potty chair, diapers, and med cart into the courthouse. 

 Fortunately, the Venango County judge knew an illegal subpoena when he saw one, quashed it, and issued a protective order to prevent further efforts by perjuring priest Bob Malm and Sugarland Chiow to drag Mom physically into court.

Perjuring Priest Bob Malm Served Interrogatories in Pennsylvania Lawsuit


Along with Requests for Admission, I recently served Interrogatories on perjuring priest Bob Malm in the Pennsylvania lawsuit. The action seeks recovery of legal fees incurred by my late mother, Sigrid Yahner, after perjuring priest Bob Malm illegally attempted to subpoena her, despite the fact she was terminally ill.

Thursday, September 17, 2020

Details: Lindsey Malm Anders Lawsuit and More

Grace Episcopal Alexandria

With the initial motions court hearing behind us, over the next few days I will begin ramping up on the Lindsey Malm Anders defamation lawsuit. This will include the filing of interrogatories, requests for the production of documents, and more.

I also anticipate we’ll have motions court in the next few weeks in the Pennsylvania case against perjuring priest Bob Malm. Most likely, we’ll see the defense try to get the case dismissed, possibly over the validity of Mom’s assignment of rights to me.

Also under way is the defamation lawsuit against Grace Church itself. We should see a responsive pleading and various motions in the coming weeks. Assuming all goes well, discovery will ramp up on that front.

I’ll also be sending requests for the production of documents to perjuring priest Bob Malm in the lawsuit against him, and will be asking the court for a subpoena against the church and its vestry members. The other side will almost certainly contest that request, so it’s off to motions court yet again. 

Fun times.

Tuesday, September 15, 2020

BREAKING NEWS: Interrogatories Served on Perjuring Priest Bob Malm


Earlier today, I served the attached interrogatories on perjuring priest Bob Malm via his attorneys. Most are questions he was previously directed by the court to answer, while several new questions address Malm’s various lies, including his claim that Mom, or someone claiming to be her, contacted him repeatedly.

Perjuring priest Bob Malm has 21 days to respond.

BREAKING NEWS: Civil Complaint Filed Against Perjuring Priest Bob Malm in Venango County Court of Common Pleas

Earlier today, I filed a civil complaint in the Venango County Court of Common Pleas against perjuring priest Bob Malm. The suit seeks to recover my late mother’s legal fees, incurred when she had to hire an attorney to quash the ultra vires subpoena perjuring priest Bob Malm filed against her as she was dying.

Malm did so in violation of state law, which expressly requires leave of court before seeking discovery in such cases. Yet even when informed of this requirement, perjuring priest Bob Malm and Sugarland Chiow ignored the law, trying to jam the subpoena past a court that had already said no via a Motion for Reconsideration, replete with inflammatory rhetoric, claims of “domestic terrorism,” and more.

Moreover, Malm did so with full knowledge that Mom was terminally ill. Later, through Sugarland Chiow, Malm tried to claim that he was unaware that she was dying.

That tells you all you need to know about perjuring priest Bob Malm, Sugarland Chiow, Grace Episcopal Church, the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia, and the Episcopal Church.

Caveat emptor!

Next up: Perjuring priest Bob Malm served with interrogatories.

Monday, September 14, 2020

Perjuring Priest Petition Passes 23,000 Signatures

My change.org petition, which demands that the Episcopal Church investigate and act on perjuring priest Bob Malm’s courtroom lies and other misconduct, has now motored past 23,000 signatures. The petition has been seen more than 302,000 times, a number representing more than 16 percent of total Episcopal church membership.

Until the church takes meaningful responsibility for its misconduct, and that of perjuring priest Bob Malm, this effort will continue. That is the case whether this takes 10 days, 10 months, or 10 years.

Grace Episcopal Alexandria

Grace Episcopal Alexandria




Tuesday, September 8, 2020

News. News. News.

Lots going on this week.

Tomorrow is motions court for the defamation case against Leslie Malm, which is under way in the Alexandria circuit.

Meanwhile, I have heard from Wayne Cyron, who is representing perjuring priest Bob Malm and his family, and he wishes to contest my motion for leave to amend in the primary Virginia case against Bob. Leave to amend is liberally granted, so that may be an uphill battle for him. That said, I will schedule a hearing soon.

Apropos the Pennsylvania lawsuit, I received a motion from Bob’s attorney that demonstrates that she is very new. Specifically, she asked for the court to issue a rule to file a complaint—which is only necessary if the defendant (that would be perjuring priest Bob Malm) is the appellant. By definition, as the appellant, I have 20 days to file a complaint. If I don’t, my case gets dismissed.

My petition also continues to gain ground, having passed 23,000 signatures. Onward and upward!

Finally, I am in discussions with fellow bloggers about a possible additional article on issues with perjuring priest Bob Malm and his misconduct. Details soon!

Grace Episcopal Alexandria

Friday, September 4, 2020

BREAKING: More Legal Developments

Grace Episcopal Alexandria

Lots of news on the legal front.

Two days ago, I filed the Pennsylvania case with the Venango County Court of Common Pleas. Notice has been served on the magistrate and perjuring priest Bob Malm in accordance with Pennsylvania law. Under the law, I now have 20 days to file a civil complaint against perjuring priest Bob Malm with the court. After that, discovery begins.

Meanwhile, I have confirmed that the case against perjuring priest Bob Malm has been transferred to the Alexandria Circuit. I therefore have filed a motion for leave to amend, so as to include perjuring priest Bob Malm’s defamation in the complaint.

Motions court is set for the ninth in the defamation case against Leslie Malm, and will be heard electronically due to the pandemic.

Things are running slowly with the Alexandria clerk of court, but the court now has docketed the separate defamation case against Grace Episcopal. A nice touch, it seems: Michael Guy is preaching about becoming the beloved community, and addressing injustice wherever it is found. Yet at the exact same time the parish is trying to defend perjuring priest Bob Malm’s misconduct, Kelly Gable’s defamation, and Sugarland Chiow’s ugly behavior.

On an unrelated note, it is amusing to see that candidates for the rector position have been surfing my blog. How can I tell? By the originating IP addresses, and the content accessed. That’s a good thing, because any priest applying for the position needs to understand that Grace is a toxic church that has caca for brains when it comes to money, that urges people to commit suicide, bullies the dying, commits perjury, calls other Christians “domestic terrorists,” invents BS like the non-existent town of “Sugarland Texas” for use in its courtroom pleadings, and forces people like Mike out of the church.

If that’s your idea of the beloved community, no thanks. You can keep it.

Wednesday, August 26, 2020

Disentangling From the Past: Why It Will be Difficult for Grace Church to Move On



Change is hard for most people. It’s even harder for most churches, where people often are wedded to the status quo. And it will be especially hard for Grace Episcopal, the clergy perjury parish, as the church tries to put Bob Malm in the rear view mirror.

There are numerous reasons for this, not the least of which is perjuring priest Bob Malm’s long tenure.

First, an observation, which is that over time churches adopt the characteristics of their senior clergy. In Grace Church’s case, the place is superficially welcoming and friendly. But there’s little substance to this, and it’s not the result of a lively faith. Instead, it’s an attribute of the church’s role as a religion club, in which the primary focus is social activity.

Second is a related observation, which is that faith at Grace Church is only liturgy deep. Yes, liturgy is important, and it can provide a window into a deeper faith. But just as perjuring priest Bob Malm can say Mass every Sunday yet have no issue with lying in court, so too there is no compunction in the parish against bullying, mobbing, and even urging others to commit suicide. Thus, it will be very difficult to find a rector who has a deep and abiding faith, yet is interested in becoming part of a church in which faith has such a limited role. Of course, that’s not to say that there are not persons of faith in the parish, but many who actually adhere to the Christian faith packed it in long ago, once they realized how little substance there is to Grace Church and how bad the conduct within it can be.

Third, persons at Grace are largely blind to the troubled relationship between the parish and perjuring priest Bob Malm. Whether it’s Bob’s tampering with the internal workings of the vestry, his refusal to do parts of his job that he did not enjoy, or his efforts to force others out of the parish, folks are distracted by Bob’s seemingly friendly behavior. 

Fourth, persons have a vested psychological interest in not seeing the truth, for doing so is to admit that much of what parishioners held dear over the past 30 years was a fraud. That’s not to say that a priest must be sinless to serve a church; obviously, that is not possible. But when, as here, a priest engages in illegal and unethical conduct and there is zero accountability, it calls into question the very nature of The Episcopal Church. In other words, why bother with a bishop or diocese if they are going to take a pass on clergy misconduct that does not involve sex? 

Fifth, the parish faces the same dilemma as do many Catholic churches: Having named part of the building after an abusive priest, the parish is now wedded to the notion that perjuring priest Bob Malm deserves to be honored in this way. Reversing course will be all but impossible, and the church remains saddled with the fact it is honoring abusive conduct. And no, the whole “we’re recognizing the positive sides of Bob’s ministry” routine doesn’t cut it. Given the outrageous nature of perjuring priest Bob Malm’s misconduct, naming part of the building after him is just as inappropriate as would be naming the chancel after Robert E. Lee. Maybe even more so—Lee at least was a devoted Christian, which is more than can be said for Bob.

Sixth, as is often the case with clergy who engage in misconduct, those who have chosen to stay despite perjuring priest Bob Malm’s misconduct are a mishmash of attributes, ranging from the passive-aggressive, to enablers, to bullies, to sycophants, to the mentally ill, to those who just want to avoid making waves. In short, the current composition of the parish is such that there are few with the insight, skills, and courage to help effectuate change.

Seventh, the pandemic will remain a major risk for a long time to come, with the result that we are months, if not years, away from returning to congregational singing, the Easter Vigil, and the other things that feel like church for most parishioners. And given that a great many are simply there for a social outlet, Zoom simply isn’t going to cut it.

In short, the odds are strongly stacked against Grace Church overcoming the problems it faces. A far more likely outcome is to effect a few superficial repairs to the mess that is Grace Church, while driving the toxic toxic behavior that characterizes the parish underground, from where it will again emerge, stronger than ever.

Tuesday, August 25, 2020

Grace Episcopal Alexandria: Legal Update

Grace Episcopal Alexandria


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 for reconsideration in the lawsuit in the Pennsylvania courts, which seeks to recover Mom’s legal fees, I have filed an appeal to the Venango County Court of Common Pleas. My notice of appeal is below. Once it has been served on the magistrate and perjuring priest Bob Malm, Pennsylvania rules require the filing of a complaint within 20 days.

Grace Episcopal Alexandria


Sunday, August 23, 2020

Who Do You Say That I Am? Reflections on Jason Roberson’s Sermon

Grace Episcopal Church

This morning, as I was eating breakfast, I surfed by Jason Roberson’s pre-recorded sermon on the Grace Church website, which examined the question, “Who do you say that I am?,” and the importance of becoming the beloved community. Here is my response.

As Jason correctly notes, there is a compelling need in the church and our society to address prejudice, hatred, racism, and exclusion of every kind. Grace Church, the clergy perjury parish, is no exception. This, Jason is spot-on in speaking to the importance of becoming the beloved community.

The problem is that Grace all too often already believes it IS the beloved community. As perjuring priest Bob Malm once said in writing, “I don’t think I am exaggerating to much when I say that, we here at Grace, (sic) practice true religion.” But that sidesteps Jesus’ own test, which is to look at the fruits of the tree in order to understand the tree. In Grace’s case, these fruits include perjury, defamation, bullying, mobbing, lying, defamation, and more. Yet the parish’s role as a religion club, versus a church; and its organizational narcissism, in which it views itself in a positive manner, regardless of how appalling its conduct is; lead most in the parish to deny that there is any issue at all.

Malmites further reply, “This is a friendly, welcoming, inclusive church.You’ll be welcomed with open arms.” That also conflates two issues: friendly and faithful. Grace Episcopal, the clergy perjury parish, indeed is friendly. But that is not the same as faithful, and committing perjury, engaging in defamation, trying to drag a dying woman into court, calling other Christians “domestic terrorists,” and more are fruits not of a healthy tree, but rather a toxic tree.

Although they don’t come right out and say it, the de facto response by denizens of Planet Malm is, “Well, the ends justify the means.” But nowhere did Jesus ever advocate this approach.

Then we come to the issue of truth. On this issue, both Grace Church’s clergy and vestry have lied to parishioners and others, both with their claims that they were threatened, with their claims that Mom or someone pretending to be her contacted Bob Malm repeatedly to set up appointments, and that Mike and I left on our own. These claims are readily verified, yet to my knowledge no one at Grace has had the courage to tell the truth. That compares unfavorably with the message from the Sermon on the Mount, in which Jesus says, “You shall know the truth, and the truth shall set you free.” (Or for that matter, the same phrase, which Bob Malm claims is “itched” in the church’s rose window.)

Similarly, the Bible says, “ If we say we have fellowship with him while we walk in darkness, we lie and do not practice the truth.”

When answering the question, “Who do you say that I am?,” members of Grace Church may look to the Bible for guidance in answering that question. 2 Corinthians: 4.2 says, “But we have renounced disgraceful, underhanded ways. We refuse to practice cunning or to tamper with God's word, but by the open statement of the truth we would commend ourselves to everyone's conscience in the sight of God.”

In other words, it’s only by telling the truth and bringing light to the darkness that Grace can turn its back on its past. And that excludes the whole childish, “Well, but you did _____.” The latter argument might work for little kids, but it doesn’t work for adults. And clergy, including perjuring priest Bob Malm, are always responsible for maintaining boundaries on their own behavior. Always.

Of course, so far Grace Church categorically refuses to tell the truth, instead trying to defend its conduct in court. But there is no excuse, no explanation, no justification for perjuring priest Bob Malm’s myriad lies, his perjury, and his other misconduct. Nor is there any excuse for flipping people off, urging them to commit suicide, or any of the other childish, hateful behavior that comes out of Grace Church when it is criticized for its conduct. Nor is there any acceptable explanation for trying to force Mike out of the church; he is adamantly opposed to ever getting involved in any sort of religion, ever again, and perjuring priest Bob Malm and the sycophants of Grace Church can take full credit. Nor can one be the beloved community when one shuns or excludes those who tell the truth, which is that behavior at Grace Church is often bad. Really bad.

It also should be said that Grace’s past approach, which is to try to force others not to share their negative experiences with the parish, will never succeed. The church can spend the next 40 years in court, and sue every former member out there if it comes to that, but people still will publicly and privately discuss the church’s collective and individual hypocrisy. Moreover, as the Catholic church increasingly is finding out, non-disclosure agreements are intrinsically unethical unless a victim of church abuse requests such a provision.

Lastly, while I do not want to discourage Grace Church from attempting to become the beloved community, there are four factors that need to be kept in mind:
  1. Grace Church has a very long way to go to become the beloved community. This is an effort that will take years to happen, if it happens at all. In order for it to happen, members need to be prepared to challenge deep-seated notions, some of which go to the very heart of the parish. These notions include the idea that Grace actually is a healthy church, that Bob Malm was an exemplary priest, and that past conduct in the church is acceptable. Behavior in the church has not been acceptable, and it cannot be ignored, swept under the rug, or brushed aside by saying, “Well, Bob Malm is no longer here,” or “Well, we don’t behave that way any more,” or “We are all fallible humans.”
  2. The depth and breadth of problems at the church far transcend anything clergy can handle without the help of outside professionals. Thinking that Michael Guy or Jason Roberson can deal with these issues — either individually, collectively, or even with behind-the-scenes help — is a recipe for failure.
  3. There is much damage that cannot be undone. Abuse by clergy, whether sexual, financial, or in this case spiritual, often is irreparable. The same is true for congregational misconduct. Just like jumping headfirst into an empty swimming pool will cause harm that at best may be partially repairable, so too can the harm caused by Grace’s past actions be only partially repaired. The national denomination knows this, having said, “A poorly handled [case of clergy misconduct] can cause unnecessary – and often irreparable – harm to both relationships and reputations of all parties involved. The church has a responsibility to remediate any unnecessary costs, both relational and financial. Consistent and quality upfront training can greatly assist in this regard. More harm to the church can flow from the mismanagement of a claim than from the misconduct itself.”
  4. It is only by telling the truth about its past conduct that Grace Episcopal Alexandria, the clergy perjury parish, ever start to move towards wholeness. As long as it refuses/avoids doing so, it cannot and will not heal. There is no alternative.
To answer Jason’s question, “Who do you say that I am?,” I say that Grace Church is a place where it’s okay to commit perjury, to drag the dying into court, to call other Christians “domestic terrorists,” to defame others, to urge others to commit suicide, and to force innocent people out of church. But other than that, it’s a great church!

Thursday, August 20, 2020

Grace Episcopal Alexandria and Conflict: A Study in Failure

Grace Episcopal Church


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 www.otmportfolio.com.


While we can explore some of the challenges inhere in the church’s current deployment system in future posts, and there are many, for now I want to focus on a specific issue, which is the question asked in OTM parish profiles about conflict. Here, for your reference, is a screen cap.


This is an important question, for all faith communities experience conflict. Handled well, conflict can be an engine for growth and change. Handled poorly, conflict has been the undoing of many churches.

Before we go further, let’s acknowledge a reality: Most churches are bad at conflict. And most clergy are conflict avoidant.

That said, even with those disclaimers, Grace Church is a disaster when it comes to conflict. Or, as one parish employee puts it: “I would never belong to your church. And it’s because of the way people talk to each other. And it goes right to the top. And I’ll tell you right now: He’ll never say anything about it. And because he engages in a certain amount of it himself, he shows people it’s okay.”

Before you ask yes, that person expressly was referring to perjuring priest Bob Malm. In fact, when I foolishly disagreed, the response was, “You’d have to prove it by me.”

As all know, I eventually had to eat my words.

But more importantly, it needs to be shared that Grace has a long track record of inappropriate responses to conflict, ranging from avoiding dealing with it, to encouraging it, to trying to use conflict as a way to control others. Indeed, perjuring priest Bob Malm often encouraged conflict, playing people one against another. Sometimes, he did so overtly. Other times, it was more covert, taking the form of ugly omments, like referring to Jan Spence as an “asshole,” and Lisa Doelp as “like a little spy.” Of course, the lesson from this is that if the rector can do it, so can you.

Perjuring priest Bob Malm also had a curious idea, which is that people should solve their problems directly. But in cases involving bullying, which happens far too often at Grace Church, by definition one party has more real or perceived power than the other. Thus, it is almost impossible for the bully and the bullied to negotiate, for they do not occupy an even playing field. It’s also worth noting that he did not take his own advice, for perjuring priest Bob Malm tried to pull both the diocese and the courts into our conflict, with disastrous results that continue to this day.

Of course, in cases of conflict by church staff, and by parishioners, it’s profoundly foolish to ignore the issue, as perjuring priest Bob Malm did for virtually his entire tenure. In this day and age, of precipitously declining church attendance, it’s far too easy for folks to walk and simply never come back. Yet Bob was so convinced that he and Grace Church were special that he felt comfortable trying to force others out of church. And he fought tooth and nail to avoid dealing with inappropriate by church staff, which tells us something right there.

On a related note, Grace Church also has an ugly record of toxic responses to conflict, including:
  • Sugarland Chiow’s inflammatory courtroom pleadings and fake places, fake events, and even fake hashtags
  • Bob Malm’s perjury
  • The many times parishioners have flipped me the one-gun salute to Jesus
  • The lies from Lisa Medley, Leslie Malm, and others
  • A college-aged parishioner urging me to commit suicide
  • Trying to drag a dying woman into court
  • Kelly Motormouth Gable’s defamation
But even more disturbing than the conduct itself is the fact that parishioners see nothing wrong with this sort of conduct. Truly, behavior that should have no role in a church and shocking transgressions of even the most basic standards of ethical conduct.

Of course, it goes further: The Episcopal Diocese of Virginia has said in writing that it will only get involved if perjuring priest Bob Malm is brought up on criminal charges. Nor is the diocese prepared to support a priest in charge; it wants to treat Grace as just another transition. Thus, Grace Episcopal Alexandria is profoundly dysfunctional, as is the diocese itself, for there is zero recognition of its own toxicity.

Nor are the diocese and parish prepared to accept accountability. Indeed, even now they are trying to defend their conduct in court, which demonstrates the fact that they believe their conduct is defensible.

It is not. Any priest considering applying for the rector position at Grace Church indeed is foolish to deliberately expose herself to such profoundly inappropriate normative behavior in a place that purports to be a church. I’d also add that I’d be prepared to bet that the parish soft-pedaled its answer to the question about conflict; I just don’t see the church having the integrity to admit that it is a place where it’s okay, for example, to urge others to commit suicide.

Or, to answer the OTM question, Grace Church doesn’t address conflict. It simply engages in it. And it has learned nothing from its experiences.

More on Organizational Narcissism and Grace Episcopal Alexandria

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 serve to protect them, while providing unwavering supplies of adulation and support. Per author and church consultant Peter Steiner, this implicates a variety of behaviors on the part of the narcissist, including:
  • Rage if he experiences shame, for shame exposes his true self.
  • An inordinate need for praise in order to feel important.
  • The feeling of entitlement to special treatment.
  • The immense need for continual feedback of how important she is.
  • The feeling of superiority and its reinforcement from others.
  • Strong reaction to rejection and disapproval, sometimes with intense rage.
  • The lack of the capacity to mourn, a defense against depression.
  • Calculating and conniving behavior to “maintain” supplies of continuous adulation.
  • An impaired capacity for commitment.
  • No capacity for self-focus or self-examination.
To this list, I’d add an 11th factor, which is a loose connection with reality, and an ability to make up “facts” on the fly, as needed.

Not surprisingly, when a church integrates these behaviors into its family systems, it eventually ceases to be a church. As pastor Tony Foglio writes, “A narcissistic church is not a church at all; it is a religious club. Maybe a clear answer for both the narcissist and the narcissistic church is a renewed commitment to Jesus’ great commandment: “‘You shall love the LORD your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind.’ This is the first and great commandment. And the second is like it: ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’ On these two commandments hang all the Law and the Prophets” (Matthew 22:36-40)”

Does any of this sound familiar?

If it does, the following from Epiclesis.org may be useful: https://www.epiclesis.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/Narcissism-in-the-Pulpit.pdf

Saturday, August 8, 2020

Check it Out: Grace Episcopal Video is Now on YouTube




Know what’s really ironic? Even with the screen caps and other documentation in this video, Easter Thompson, Lisa Medley, David Crosby, Alison Campbell, Kelly Gable, Jan Spence, Kirk Steffensen, Kemp Williams, and of course perjuring priest Bob Malm will continue to claim that Bob’s not a perjurer, that he didn’t try to push Mike out of the church, and more. Same for Susan Goff and the hypocrites at Mayo House, who have said that they will only exercise supervision over clergy if the latter face criminal charges. 

That’s life with the #fakechristians #realchristians of Grace Church!

Wednesday, August 5, 2020