• Woodrow Wagaman

The Day of Reckoning

I wish Make Congregations Safe would not have to exist. I wish that I could have faith in my elected officials, ministers of the gospel, and adults. I wish that I didn't know that most adults don't care about child abuse if it didn't happen to their kid or grandkid. But I do know. I know what it is like have your faith in others flaunted and to see your friends, neighbors, and family just don't care about a grave injustice. Well the trumpet has been blown and the seal has been broken. I will not stop fighting to make congregations safe until my blood has ceased to circulate. Look out all who harbor predators in the name of Christian Charity, you're day of reckoning is here. The world will know what you have allowed to happen in the sheepfold of Christ.

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