Innocence Betrayed: A Dad's Story of Clergy Misconduct

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Helen Wisocki/Curt Szajnecki, 2007 - Fiction - 404 pages
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How can a person recover from the devastation caused by a trusted pastor? The church is a safe haven, isnat it? Jim was proud of his four daughters, and they had no reason to believe there was evil lurking in their beloved church. His trust in clergy was unconditional. The new pastor came and methodically dissected the family, ripping them apart with such calculated expertise Jim didnat see it coming. By the time he realized what was happening, his family was almost destroyed, and he knew he had to take action to save his girls. His battle with the church administrators to right the wrongs was brutal, but Jimas faith in God was steadfast.

As a fictional story, the heart-wrenching details bring awareness to similar situations in churches of all denominations today. The book offers help and healing to those who have given their unconditional trust to religious authority figures.

 

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Contents

Meet the New Pastor
9
Chaos Begins
52
Problems Escalate
71
All Hell Breaks Loose
123
The Divorce
191
Life Changes
241
Looking for Help
261
Sexual Harassment
274
A Mothers Draw
312
Lawyers
334
Hope for Healing
358
Trying to Move On
398
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