When a Congregation Is Betrayed: Responding to Clergy Misconduct
Candace Reed Benyei, E. Larraine Frampton, Patricia L. Liberty, Nancy Myer Hopkins, Deborah J. Pope-Lance
Alban Institute, Dec 1, 2005 - Religion - 227 pages
Other books have been written about clergy misconduct and its effects on congregations. Some are by victims. Others are written by professionals for a professional audience. Until now, however, there hasn't been a book for the congregational leaders who must deal with the fallout of clergy misconduct. Both the afterpastors--the interim or settled pastors who follow misconducting pastors--and lay leaders need guidance about how to assess and effectively respond to the misconduct, how to care for the victim/survivor, and how to carry out the mission and ministry to which the congregation has been called.
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