Posts made in June, 2015


  Hello Readers,   Today has been nonstop from the beginning, so I apologize I am just now sitting down to get this post out. My series has interestingly enough, come out, around the same time that Bill Gothard has relaunched his personal web site with a new look and a host of testimonies from followers claiming that all the testimonies RecoveringGrace has reported on are false. Next week I plan to┬álink to some articles...

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Dear Readers, This week I have found numerous voices to share with you. It has been so hard to know what to say this past week, and how to respond in a conscious, compassionate, and needed way.   First, I am learning through this to see where prejudice, racism, a fear of difference and others, “other”ing still exist within my attitude and thoughts. The fact┬áthat so many still today struggle to admit how far we still...

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Townhall — This Week’s Round Up

Townhall — This Week’s Round Up


Posted By on Jun 16, 2015

Good Afternoon Readers,   Hope this Tuesday is proving to be a lovely day for you all.   Mine has proven to be a somewhat productive, somewhat lazy day. Is there such a thing?     My morning was pretty productive, as I got up and went to Yoga class. Today we did Yoga outside and it was a completely beautiful and different experience than normal. I loved feeling the breeze in my face and hearing the birds chirp in...

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  Hello Readers,   Welcome to Part 2 of my series on the Harmful Leadership of Bill Gothard. If you haven’t already make sure to check out the other posts in the series. Introduction Part 1. This week’s post gives a brief overview of Bill Gothard’s rise to leadership, the impact of his ministry, and the subsequent scandals that have led to his recent resignation in 2014. I owe a huge debt of gratitude to...

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Townhall — A Day Late

Townhall — A Day Late


Posted By on Jun 10, 2015

Yesterday literally did not have enough hours in the day. It was my first day back to summer classes. Boo. So that meant pulling all the new text books out, going over syllabi, figuring out what needed to be done when this week, and jumping right in. The only bad thing about summer classes is that they are short and compact, so there is no easing in to them. The dog had to be picked up from the vet after her spay surgery over the...

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