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CALL TO ACTION: Bringing Awareness to Pastor Bob Grenier’s Lawsuit Against His Son

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The following is a call to action. It details a very specific plan to bring awareness to the Calvary Chapel pastor Bob Grenier’s lawsuit against his son. This awareness will be created through a social media blitz. This blitz will begin on Thursday, February 21, starting at 9 am PST.

Here is a brief summary of the lawsuit:

The plaintiffs are Bob Grenier, pastor of Calvary Chapel Visalia, California, and his wife, Gayle. They are represented by Nick A. Pritchett of Williams, Jordan, Brodersen & Pritchett LLP of Visalia. The defendants are Tim Taylor, a former member of Calvary Chapel Visalia, and Alex Grenier, a step-son of Bob/son of Gayle. Tim lives in Visalia and Alex lives in Idaho. They are represented by Paul Clifford of the California Anti-SLAPP Project.

This is a defamation lawsuit, filed…

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About Dale Ingraham @ Speaking Truth In Love Ministries

We started Speaking truth in love Ministries to address the issue of sexual abuse within the faith community. My wife, Faith, is a survivor of many years of abuse by her father who was a pastor at the time. We go into churches, colleges and conferences to speak about this issue.
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  1. monax says:

    thank you speakingtruthinlove for posting this.

    Please pray:

    —for Strength for we who are weak

    —for Exposure; for a Critical Mass of participants working toward calling attention to and exposing to the light of the world these Calvary Chapel abuses.

    —for Deliverance for those CC pastors and congregants held captive to the Moses Mindset.

    —for Education as to the devastating spiritual abuses that are systemic to the entire Calvary Chapel franchise.

    These irrefutable abuses are directly attributable to the Moses Model of church governance where pastors are not accountable to anyone. Evidently not even to Chuck Smith and the other CC pastors. And especially not accountable to the very ones they assume to serve.

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