Driscoll: Same Song, Second Stanza

But despite Driscoll’s early assurances to change, many of the same leadership traits that led to the problems at Mars Hill have carried on at the new church, according to former Trinity staff members and church attendees.

. . . For several minutes, Driscoll was nowhere to be seen. Flanked by a security team, he entered the sanctuary through a private door. Rows in the front of the church were blocked off around him, where he sat with family members and a security detail. He generally avoids contact with congregants on Sunday mornings, attendees said. . . .

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Chris Moody | “Mark Driscoll’s Safe Space: How The Embattled Pastor Built A New Church” | October 2nd, 2023


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