A group of former pastors and staff members has accused Hybels of a pattern of sexual harassment and misconduct, the Chicago Tribune reported tonight.
The group includes John and Nancy Ortberg, well-known pastors and authors who are both former teaching pastors at Willow Creek and longtime friends of Bill and Lynne Hybels.
After what we’ve learned about Conditt, it could very well be the case that he was once a faithful Christian. His mother, under whom he was home-schooled, announced that upon high school graduation, Conditt was “taking some time to figure out what he wants to do … maybe a mission trip.”
Tucker Carlson gets it: this is a dangerous step down the path to oligarchy. Clearly, it is time to start getting serious about antitrust laws, now that our corporate masters seek to control our thoughts and behavior.
Saudi Arabia, with the visit of the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to the United States this week, opens a new front in its war with Iran.
The visit is a collection of firsts.
There are an infinite number of outcomes over what will happen when the Isaiah prophecy is fulfilled. Since the stakes are very near to the ultimate danger, it is my prayer to not be around to see the consequences.
“The burden of Damascus. Behold, Damascus is taken away from [being] a city, and it shall be a ruinous heap” (Isaiah 17:1).