7 Sexual Lines No Pastor Should Cross

If you knock on a door and find that a woman is home alone, do not go inside. Instead, visit briefly at the door. Many pastors take a deacon or their wife with them on such calls

I’ve known more than one pastor who was a sexual predator. And if it makes readers feel any better, every one of them is out of the ministry now.

My observation, however, is that no serial adulterer occupying the pastor’s office entered the ministry with such sordid intentions. He fell into sin, and one thing led to another. (Sound familiar? It’s how life works.)

So, what follows is meant for young ministers, in particular, who have not been snared in the lust trap and wish to make sure they aren’t. (For your information, I invited my wife, Margaret, to add her observations.)

Here are 7 lines pastors do not want to cross:

Written by Joe McKeever

Source: MinistryMag.com


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