Greg Love, Attorney at Law: “Doing the Right Things Starts with Knowing the Right Things”

This is Greg Love (great name), attorney at law and founder of MinistrySafe, the organization that the CREC Review Committee called upon for reasons unknown. He’s a really good speaker who clearly understands the subject. After watching the vid, it’s evident why the CREC Presiding Ministers’ Report on the Sitler and Wight Sex Abuse Cases invoked the name “MinistrySafe” 14 times but never said that MinistrySafe endorsed the report. Remember, the CREC sent one draft of the report to MinistrySafe a year ago:

No, the report has not been released to us. The report is being reviewed by www.ministrysafe.com for further input and recommendations. (Toby J. Sumpter, October 26, 2016)

As I understand it, the report is now back from MinistrySafe and the committee is finishing up its final edits (i.e., making changes based on MinistrySafe’s recommendations). (John Barach, October 26, 2016)

Ten months later the CREC released this twaddle. Regardless, this is an excellent presentation and you can bet the tall corn that Christ Church in Moscow, Idaho, will not implement one recommendation. Nobody tells him how to run his church. He tells others how they should run their church:

HT: Julie Anne

3 Comments

  1. Just wanted to say my CREC church is using ministry safe because I’m in the midst of watching all the required videos so I can work with the kids at our Friday home school co-op. They are really informative and I’m glad our church is taking steps.

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