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End of the Line for Mars Hill

The headline at Christianity Today said it all:

Here’s reaction from people you know, along with random comments from people you don’t on blogs, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram that were posted in the hours immediately following the announcement: 702 more words


Psalm 51 and the recent confessions of Mars Hill Elders.

Since everything has come crashing down, we are and will continue to see repentance coming from men who should have confessed and repented of their sin and failure of leadership at Mars Hill Church years ago. 545 more words

“Triperspectival Leadership” – the insidious spark that is burning down Mars Hill Church!

Before 2007, no one had heard about this twisting of Reformed ecclesiology. It seems to have begun at David Fairchild’s and Drew Goodmanson’s Kaleo church in San Diego, and, like a grassfire, quickly spread to Acts 29, fueled by the convenient gas thrown upon the fire by Mark Driscoll, who used the teaching to consolidate power into the hands of a few handpicked “kings.” 349 more words

An unpopular opinion on Mark Driscoll

An unpopular opinion on Mark Driscoll

It is with a lot of prayer and thought I post this article as I have no great desire to stick “my head into the breech” in the chat about the man who founded the Mars Hill Church network and Acts 29. 1,672 more words


You Love to Hate Mark Driscoll

I hesitated to write anything on the whole Driscoll debacle. Largely, I do not necessarily feel that there is much more to say than what has been said. 615 more words


"Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they are doing" - My prayer for the elders at Mars Hill Church.

Mark Driscoll has resigned and nobody is happy.

Seven years ago there were twenty four elders who were responsible for ruling Mars Hill Church. As is now common knowledge, Mark Driscoll fired Paul Petry and Bent Meyer in a coercive move that enabled him to force the remaining elders to vote in new bylaws that consolidated power in Mark Driscoll. 567 more words

Mark Driscoll: I Made The Mistake Of Trying To Be Under the Authority Of My Elders

Mark Driscoll recently stepped down for a short term leave of absence from his mega church.  Driscoll is often credited for creating a more “man friendly” church.   756 more words

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