The Wartburg Watch May be Down for 24 Hours

Guys, my East Coast Mom contacted me and asked me to post a note. The Wartburg Watch is down. She thinks its an issue with her internet provider. Her IT guy is working it now. The last time this happened her blog was down for 24 hours. Dee called me the other night and is going to write about Sovereign Grace Louisville joining the SBC, and CJ Mahaney being a SBC Pastor. She has screen shots of everything. I told her she needed to stress the fact that this is in violation of the child sex abuse resolution that was passed at the last SBC General Convention. My hope is that the sweat will start to peculate on the back of Al Mohler’s neck! And he’ll need a stronger deodorant!!  Oh I can’t wait to read her post!!

Meanwhile I will leave you with this video dedicated to my East Coast Mom!

 

One thought on “The Wartburg Watch May be Down for 24 Hours

  1. Here’s the resolution.

    RESOLVED, That the messengers to the Southern Baptist Convention meeting in Houston, Texas, June 11–12, 2013, call upon Southern Baptists to stand with our Lord Jesus in loving and protecting children as He does; and be it further

    RESOLVED, That we remind all Southern Baptists of their legal and moral responsibility to report any accusations of child abuse to authorities in addition to implementing any appropriate church discipline or internal restoration processes; and be it further

    RESOLVED, That we likewise call upon all Southern Baptists to cooperate fully with law enforcement officials in exposing and bringing to justice all perpetrators, sexual or otherwise, who criminally harm children placed in our trust; and be it further

    RESOLVED, That we strongly urge Southern Baptist churches to utilize background checks like those provided through LifeWay Christian Resources (www.lifeway.com/backgroundchecks), databases of sexual predators such as the US Department of Justice sex offender database linked at SBC.net (www.SBC.net/localchurches/ministryhelp.asp), or other relevant resources in screening all potential staff and volunteer workers, particularly those who minister to children and youth; and be it further

    RESOLVED, That we encourage pastors and church leaders to develop and implement sound policies and procedures to protect our children; and be it further

    RESOLVED, That we encourage all denominational leaders and employees of the Southern Baptist Convention to utilize the highest sense of discernment in affiliating with groups and or individuals that possess questionable policies and practices in protecting our children from criminal abuse; and be it finally

    RESOLVED, That we urge all Southern Baptists to pray for children who are victims of abuse, to stand for their protection from abuse, and to support safe and healthy children’s ministries in our churches and communities.

    [ Not sure how this applies to C.J. Mahaney’s current status. Does C.J. have questionable policies/procedures or practices at his church? ]

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