The Paxton Singer Trial in Chicago: Preserving the Twitter Discussion of the Former Harvest Bible Chapel Youth Pastor Charged with Sexploitation

The Paxton Singer trial is ongoing in the suburbs of Chicago. This deals with the Youth Pastor who allegedly engaged in sexting minors as a pastor at Harvest Bible Chapel. Some people from Harvest are attending and this post preserves those posts for documentation. 

“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.”

Martin Luther King Jr. 

When justice is done, it brings joy to the righteous
    but terror to evildoers.

Proverbs 21:15 NIV

Harvest Bible Chapel Rolling Meadows

Paxton Singer is on trial in Kane County, Illinois.  I have been following the discussion online in regards to the Paxton Singer trial. This post is an attempt to document and preserve the Tweets discussing the trial so far. When more articles are published this blog will write an overview of the trial. But a lot of great analysis is going on online that I wanted to document for those who don’t check Twitter regularly. For me this situation is really just the tip of the iceberg and if there are four victims there are more than that based on my experience in writing and researching these situations. As a warning some of the Tweets below are difficult to read and graphic. Sexual abuse is not easy and to downplay it contributes to the problem. 


2 thoughts on “The Paxton Singer Trial in Chicago: Preserving the Twitter Discussion of the Former Harvest Bible Chapel Youth Pastor Charged with Sexploitation

  1. Wow – many similarities between the way HBC handled this case & how The Village Church handled the sexual abuse case that they are now dealing with in a civil lawsuit. Paxton Singer is a serial pedophile and needs to be locked up for the rest of his life. He will never be safe to children living in open society.

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  2. Pingback: From the Paxton Singer Case in Harvest Bible Chapel in Chicago to the Scott Woods Situation at David Platt’s McLean Bible. How Law is Not Keeping Up with Changes in Technology | Wondering Eagle

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