40 Pastors Encourage

A hurt leader

Powerful thoughts from a private forum...

FROM Pastor K.H., Texas

"We're completely moved out of the parsonage and living on severance pay. I'm looking for work and having a really hard time dealing with the betrayal. I know that I must forgive this group that acted against me, as well as those who went along with it and those who refused to stand up for us. But today I'm not doing a very good job at that task."

Been through it, betrayed, abandoned, tossed aside like unwanted trash, all that. Depressed for seven years afterwards. Only began to recover by praying long, long prayers of thanksgiving for a thousand and more large and small blessings. It's a tough time. Hardest of all is forgiveness. Time and distance make forgiveness easier. I'm not commanded to trust or pretend I was not abused, but I am commanded to forgive. God and I had many conversations about that. I'm in a better place now. You will be too, in time. - Pastor IG, Washington DC

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