Cover Up?

How should we deal with leadership sins, especially when they go beyond merely personal failings and involve an abuse of position or trust and hurt others?  Leadership Abuses: Private and Public Sins

How should we deal with leadership sins, especially when they go beyond merely personal failings and involve an abuse of position or trust and hurt others?
See Leadership Abuses: Private and Public Sins.

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  1. We call it PARANOIA! People are afraid to confront those in leadership for FEAR of losing their jobs or their own position. So, we just let it go on! In fact, many don’t pray about it either. It’ really time to buck up and let the chips fall where they will. If we don’t hold people accountable, we’ll pay the piper later. And we’ll continue to suffer in the present!

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