Thank you CAM Board of Directors for acting responsibly. I say that understanding that two of the three men who knew of the crimes are on “administrative leave”, pending an investigation into their involvement. This is a reasonable place to start.
I am hopeful that the victims will be acknowledged, and that the truth will continue to surface. In light of the current response by CAM, I will refrain from posting any evidence, for the present, to give CAM time to proactively seek out the evidence available and respond to that evidence.
(Note: I did promise several victims I would share what they wish to communicate, and I will keep my promise to them).
It is my prayer that this will have a powerful impact on the response of my Anabaptist heritage to sexual violence against children, at home and abroad.
May God forgive us all.
~ T ~
It sounds like you have all the answers to the problem!!! Maybe you should let CAM work this out I’m sure they’ll do it the right way.
This sounds like a good start. We would like to see them make mandatory reporting a ministry wide policy. We think that violations should be reported to the leadership, and anyone that has knowledge of such crimes and does not report should immediately be dismissed.