The Gospel Coalition/Collin Hansen recently posted My Top 10 Theology Stories of 2016.
In keeping with a number of article written about stressed out, exhausted pastors, TGC posted about the poor pastor who is working his fingers to the bones as opposed to a pastor who is struggling in other areas. This part of the post links to an article stating that Pete Wilson resigned due to burn out.
10. High-profile attrition reveals crisis in pastoral vocation.
If you’re a Gen X pastor who planted a church, proceed with caution. The combination of major responsibility at young ages, combined with high-profile attention outside the local church, has felled too many pastors already. Whether they’ve been removed for abuse of authority, burnout, alcoholism, or something else, middle-aged pastors have not fared well in the megachuch spotlight
As our readers know, TWW raised a question about the real reason for Wilson's resignation since we didn't buy the *burned out" explanation. Apparently, the church leaders were not pleased by out assessment.The Deebs found out, through our sources, that the church leaders had allegedly accused us of lying in our post. Folks, we may be wrong but we are not going to deliberately lie. On the other hand, we think that the leaders were being disingenuous. Leaders, level with your church.
Over the last few months, we have watched as all of Brandi's pictures were systematically deleted from Pete's Facebook and we knew it was just a matter of time before a divorce happened. This is the mother of his children that he is deleting from his life.
Thanks to a reader, we present Brandi Wilson's Complaint for Divorce. Pay particular attention to "inappropriate marital conduct."
Updated 12/21/16 to redact addresses and names of children
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