Dear Anchored Conference Organizers, I write to you in hopes that you will reconsider having C. That he is still in the pulpit is a travesty, that he is allowed to speak at conferences even worse. A brother in Christ, Todd Wilhelm “Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves; ensure justice for those being crushed.Yes, speak up for the poor and helpless, and see that they get justice.” -Proverbs 31:8-9 NLT “Despite what Baptist leaders may say publicly about “precious children,” when they leave predators in their pulpits and do nothing to help clergy victims, the message they send is the “you don’t matter” message.Mahaney seems to keep abreast of all the men of God who make their way to Louisville for various functions at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
If you have been reading my blog you will know that C. Mahaney was the leader of Sovereign Grace Ministries during the time period that SGM leadership was doing their best to cover-up a purportedly large scandal of sexual abuse of children in their churches.
Included is the conviction and sentencing to 40 years in prison of Nathaniel Morales.
By doing so he sent a message loud and clear to victims of sexual abuse in SGM that they don’t matter.
A twisted friendship with a pastor unworthy to be in the pulpit trumps any concern for the beaten, battered, bleating sheep who suffered so greatly in SGM under the leadership of C.
The featured article in the February issue is titled, “The Fall of a Mega Church.” The online edition is called, “The Sex Scandal That Devastated a Suburban Megachurch - Inside the rise and fall of Sovereign Grace Ministries." It is written by Tiffany Stanley.