So now what? Well, Jordan Root’s still a TVC member in good standing and still being coddled and loved-all-up by his church elders, though at least the church has alerted its flock to the situation and is taking measures to ensure he’s never around children without serious supervision, which I’m sure is a huge relief to the parents attending there (NOT) because of course Jesus has healed him but not really but they forgive and there’s no condemnation except even they know the outrage that’d explode if they didn’t take some measures (oh my gosh I’m so glad to be away from that mindfuckery). Ms. Hinkley is very likely free of their clutches at last, and likely a lot more wary about church leaders and “covenant” contracts. The world knows about yet another sex abuse scandal erupting out of a church claiming to be a moral authority and to have divine inspiration and guidance in their behavior and thoughts.
Still under "care" of TVC and his attorney Randall Reed, TVC member, as far as I know. Where's his laptop? #askTVC https://t.co/JqwPAOgzGA— Amy Smith (@watchkeep) June 11, 2015
It's an epidemic, especially terrible in evangelical churches. https://t.co/xl8aXAhY62— Amy Smith (@watchkeep) June 11, 2015
Earthly consequences for crimes has nothing to do with one’s position b4 God. Conflating the two minimizes the offense & empowers offenders.— Boz Tchividjian (@BozT) May 27, 2015
#TheVillageChurch #JoshDuggar #IStandWithSGMVictims #MatthewMakela #WhyTony… Hiding sin doesn't solve the problem. It IS the problem.— Eric Pazdziora (@ericpazdziora) May 22, 2015