Can a Fallen Leader Be Restored? | SBC Voices

Dave Miller

Dave Miller

There has been a plethora of posts and articles opining on the life, ministry and travails of Mark Driscoll. As a part of that discussion, the issue of restoration comes to the forefront. When a minister falls, in whatever way he falls, can he be restored to ministry? Can an adulterous pastor, who repents and is spiritual renewed, eventually become a leader in a church? What about someone who is divorced? Someone who got mired in financial malfeasance? Can a biblically qualified elder (or deacon) who strays from the path and disqualifies himself ever get re-qualified? Or is disqualification permanent? Continue reading →

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One Response to Can a Fallen Leader Be Restored? | SBC Voices

  1. If God forgave and restored David in the Old Testament, why not fallen leaders in the New Testament or following the New Testament?

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