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So…it would seem the abusive pastor, may have been told to ‘move on’.

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A little anonymous dicky bird, has let me know that they have heard, the abusive pastor who abused me has been told by people above – to move to another church, due to concerns that I have enough evidence and support from witnesses, to take legal action against him, which will damage the Baptist Church’s reputation too much.

And the dicky bird stated, – like the abuse that occurred to me, was kept hushed up, and very few know about the truth of it, very few know this is the real reasons why he is moving on, so soon after a formal complaint that had no choice but to admit so many failures and very suspicious behaviours, of an associate minister, because I provided proof.

Wouldn’t surprise me if he has been ‘told’ to move, and I know enough corruption has already occurred, and does throughout Church institutions worldwide, to know anything is possible.

It’s kind of like how the Catholic church who are renowned for ‘moving on’ sexual predator priests, before anyone takes legal action.

And I know due to research, the Baptist church has as much abuse occurring within it, as the Catholic church, it’s just not as well known.

If this is true, quite frankly it doesn’t surprise me, still disgusts me and I don’t really care.

What I care about is the protecting and enabling and promoting of a church minister, who can and will abuse more people. That is what matters to me.

Author: Healing From Complex Trauma & PTSD/CPTSD

I am a survivor of complex and multiple trauma and abuse, who at the age of 40, began my healing journey. I am using my journey to recovery and healing, to help others, to help survivors feel less alone, validated, encouraged and to enable others to understand themselves more. Complex trauma, particularly from severe, prolonged childhood abuse, is profoundly life changing. Complex trauma produces complex adults. The journey to recovery is a painful, often lonely, emotional daily challenge and it is my aim to encourage others in their daily battle. ~ Lilly Hope Lucario

5 thoughts on “So…it would seem the abusive pastor, may have been told to ‘move on’.

  1. Will you press charges, since you have enough evidence to win? That could change everything, protect the people at the new church, and expose this problem. Evil needs to be rooted out of the Church.

    • I have come to the conclusion, that this is not my sole issue to deal with.

      Many others were involved in this, people who will call themselves mature Christians.

      I asked for help and have basically been left to deal with this alone, to make my own decisions as to whether to press charges, when others ‘know’ abuse and corruption has occurred.

      No-one stepped up. They failed. Failed me, failed others and future victims. They will have their excuses.

      The emotional toll this takes on me is massive. Plus I don’t actually believe that people would stand by me fully, if the shit really hits the fan.

      It would cost me a fortune to take this further, I would need really good legal representation and I don’t have the money for that.

      There is a part of me that knows this needs taking further, but unless I have adequate various forms of needed support, it will be horrendous to endure.

      I have decided that unless something changes, to lead me to know I would have better support, than I will leave it as it is.

      God doesn’t expect us to deal with these matters alone, He expect Christians’ to step up and do the right thing. If others don’t, then that is their failure, their sin to deal with.

      I am not solely responsible for sorting out this evil occurring.

  2. Thank you, I’m not holding my breath though.

    It’s takes a lot of emotional/spiritual courage and integrity to go up against a church denomination. And I can guarantee everyone will have their ‘reasons’ to not do what is needed.

    But, I refuse to deal with this as my sole responsibility, when many others know about it all.

  3. I wish I could do more. But I can pray their hearts will change.