Jun 232011

Calvary Chapel Arcata Pastor Dino Cardelli pleads guilty to child sexual abuse. Had he not been caught and only been accused, he'd be a Calvary Chapel Pastor in good standing to this day.

The Associated Press

EUREKA, Calif.—A former Humboldt County pastor has pleaded guilty to charges that he sexual abused two girls, including one who was placed in his care.The Times-Standard of Eureka reports that 50-year-old Dino Cardelli entered his plea Monday to sex abuse and molestation charges as well as 25 counts of violating a court order to not contact the victims.

Cardelli was pastor of Arcata’s evangelical Calvary Chapel for 15 years. He resigned after he was arrested last September.

Authorities say a 13-year-old foster child who lived in his McKinleyville home reported the abuse at her school. Prosecutors later identified a second victim.

Cardelli violated the court order when he used a prepaid cell phone and a fake Facebook page to contact one of the girls.

He faces 18 years in prison at his sentencing.


 Posted by at 11:50 pm
Jun 102011

The comment below was one made by my mom, my kids grandmother. She made it in response to Bob’s “Scoffer” devotional. I’m not going to mock this, I love my mom very much. I share it to show how twisted around the dynamic is in that household under the “authority” and leadership of Bob Grenier.

For a mother to say the comment below, in such a hypocritical manner, is unnatural and illustrates the “scoffing” and “mocking” of God that Bob is doing by preaching one thing and practicing another. Jesus was most indignant in the Bible at the Pharisees who did the same.

James 3:17-18, tells us this…”The wisdom that is from above is first pure, then peaceable, gentle, willing to yield, full of mercy and good fruits, without partiality and without hypocrisy. Now the fruit of righteousness is sown in peace by those who make peace”…That’s always the test in our lives as to whether we are walking in God’s wisdom, the world’s wisdom, or our own…Is there purity, mercy, peace, gentleness and a willingness to yield and not to insist on my own way? Is the fruit of the Holy Spirit evident in my life? Am I displaying love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, gentleness, and self-control to others? These things are all the manifestations of our walking in the wisdom of God…James 3:13, says, “Who is wise and understanding among you? Let him show by good conduct that his works are done in the meekness of wisdom”…Lord, You are wisdom…and we gain understanding by knowing you better…Lord, show us Your ways.” –Gayle Grenier

This comment was left by my mother (and grandmother to my kids and my brother Geoff’s daughter) who also told me and my brothers to our face that she hated us and didn’t have us as children anymore (years ago) when we confronted the abuses head on and wouldn’t back down.

This comment also comes from a grandmother who refuses to see her grandchildren who want to see her. I begged my mom to come and visit my premature son while he was in the NICU clinging to life over 5 years ago. She ignored my calls.

I’ve tried many times over the years to communicate with her, no response. Bob says it’s “disloyal” and forces the family member to pick sides. I know this to be true, because it’s what Bob did when my brother Geoff was kicked out of the home at 16-years-old after Bob punched him in the face and knocked him to the ground in one of his many many rages. We were all specifically instructed to cut all communication with Geoff, despite all of our sadness in doing so. My mom followed those strict rules. I had to sneak around so as not to catch hell. I couldn’t obey that command of Bob, it was wrong and against God. My brother needed communication from his loved ones. He was in a very vulnerable time and needed some sane communication and some love, encouragement and mercy. I used to have to remind Geoff over and over that the abuse wasn’t his fault, that it was Bob’s fault. Bob always framed the abuse and his “temper problem” as being Geoff’s fault. Wrong and a lie from the devil.

My mom will not see her grandkids to this day, and we’ve tried. My wife visited Visalia in the last couple of years and decided to stop in at Calvary Chapel Visalia during services in the hopes of finding my mom in a relatively safe environment (with witnesses, so Bob couldn’t be abusive)…and knowing Bob would be preoccupied and maybe not able to pressure her to run off (as she did on another occasion at CCV).

I show my kids pictures of me and my mom and brothers. They ask about her often. They wanted to see their “Grandma Gayle” during that trip.

My wife approached my mom with our kids (and my wife’s mom, my mother-in-law, was with her). What unfolded was tragic and wrong. My mom ignored the two grandkids, walked right past my daughter, her granddaughter…and walked right past her grandson who she had never met or even acknowledged…and proceeded to yell at my wife repeatedly to “leave now!” in the presence of a former CCV Youth Pastor who can verify this account. She very rudely and with zero mercy or grace or love had my wife and kids (and her grandkids) kicked out of Calvary Chapel Visalia…by six male ushers no less…one of whom stood directly in front of my wife nearly touching her he was so close (Doug Garrison is the usher).

It makes it very very difficult as a son and as a father and as a long-time attender of Calvary Chapel to read Bob’s “devotionals” and then my mom’s comments, where they both “profess” many many Godly things. I hope, someday, they’ll try applying them. Their actions are teaching me and many many others, much more than their words are.

 Posted by at 11:31 am
Jun 092011

The High and Holy Prophet Bob teaches us about "Scoffers!" Unfortunately, he's simply wrong and he's simply doing it to defend his actions while hiding behind the safety of his Pulpit.

Welcome to a new addition to Calvary Chapel Abuse dot com: “Bible Studies with Prophet Bob”.

Today’s episode deals with the Bob’s teaching (and Bob is one of the very best Bible teachers you’ll ever hear from…and he’ll tell you so, over and over and over…and over. So will “his” faithful 🙂 ) :

“The fear of the Lord, the knowledge of God and wisdom, or scoffing.

Below, are 3 verses that describe what the fear of the Lord and the knowledge of God, and wisdom can bring into our lives, along with a sobering statement about the loneliness of being a scoffer. [Yes, “scoffers” can be lonely…and can lose lots of friends, board members, assistant pastors, and long-time lay-people who used to give lots of money].

Proverbs 9:10 The fear of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom, And the knowledge of the Holy One is understanding.

Proverbs 9:11 For by me your days will be multiplied, And years of life will be added to you.

Proverbs 9:12 f you are wise, you are wise for yourself, And if you scoff, you will bear it alone.

[True. But, what does “scoffing” really mean? What is the Context? I mean, “scoffing” couldn’t mean something Jesus did in spades, could it? That couldn’t be the right definition…right?]

The verse about the Fear of the Lord comes right after a few verses which talk about scoffers who won’t listen to God’s counsel, and wise men who will. [Question, “God’s” Counsel via Scripture…or Chuck’s counsel / Bob’s counsel?]

Solomon is describing the Fear of the Lord in 9:10, it’s the beginning of wisdom. And the knowledge of the Holy One is understanding. [Amen, it sure is.]

So, to break those down just a little…..To fear God is the starting place of wisdom, or skill in living, be it in battle, or the daily affairs of life, the spiritual life we live, and or having skill in matters of what is right and what is wrong. [Not so sure I buy the whole of this definition…however, the Fear of God is certainly the beginning of wisdom…and one who truly fears God, and preaches such from a pulpit, would be in fear of the Judgment for lying and for not leaving his gift at the altar and seeking reconciliation, as CC Pastor Daniel Fusco recently taught at the CC Senior Pastor’s Conference.]

Understanding, is to have insight, to be able to discern and distinguish what is right and wrong. [Yes. With you here. Wrong = Don’t abuse your kids or molest your homosexual son. Don’t steal money from your church. Don’t take too many prescription pills and get “stoned” on them. Don’t be mean to your wife, physically and mentally and don’t put her in the position to have to make a choice between you and her children and grandchildren. Don’t keep lying about your abuses and minimizing them to this day. Right = Confess and repent and seek reconciliation.]

Both wisdom and understanding come from God, and our relationship with Him, our knowledge of Him. To know Him, is to have these things in our lives, they are some of the fruit that He brings to us. [Yeppers.]

We can have a long and fruitful life because of our association with God, and our knowledge of God, or we can not. [If Bob, you are asserting some sort of Empirical Principle that if you practice such the way you’ve articulated then you will be guaranteed a long and fruitful life, in the Context of living to a ripe old age and having lots of good stuff…I disagree. Many with lots of Godly Wisdom die young. Many who are evil wretches grow very very old and very very wealthy…some with big “churches” to boot.]

Scoffing, and scoffers are mentioned many, many times in the Book of Proverbs. [Yep. And, in what CONTEXT is “scoffing” and “mocking” defined in the New Covenant there Mr. Dispensational Calvary Chapel Pastor? Read the New Testament much?]

To scoff is to mock, it is to talk arrogantly, it is to be inflated with oneself, it is to deride others, (act contemptuously towards others, to ridicule, to mock, to jeer, to sneer, taunt, disdain, denigrate, disrespect, insult, lampoon, and be satirical). [Well, that would be the World’s Definition for sure. But, is one who exhibits what you describe above necessarily “sinning”? We’re about to find out.]

The truth in Proverbs, is that if you are a scoffer, (one who will not really listen to wisdom when they should) that you will incur it’s penalty. You will be alone. You will find yourself cut off from others, you will not be growing in fellowship with others etc, etc…… [Ya, I kind of get that having watched your life unfold.]

So, God’s wisdom is for us to live in the fear of the Lord (Respecting God and letting that respect show up in the way we live.) God’s wisdom is for us to know Him personally, intimately, consistently, and to gain His understanding about life, and to be blessed in our lives with His blessings. We can enjoy the fruit of a relationship with God……. [H.Y.P.O.C.R.I.T.E.]

Thank You Lord for the Book of Proverbs.  [And, thank you God for giving us the Prophet Bob to example the opposite for us! Woohoo! Such a good case study in saying one thing and doing another!]

In Jesus name, amen.

Pastor Bob Grenier

Senior Pastor, Calvary Chapel Visalia”


OK, let’s clear the palate.

Now let’s examine Bob’s Thesis (and don’t be fooled the reason he’s saying what he did is to frame me and others who challenge him and call him out on his sin as “scoffers” and therefore not “of God”, blah, blah, blah. Seen him frame things and “attack” his “enemies” from the safety of the Pulpit many many times over the years. This is nothing new. Same ‘ol Bob. I know his playbook well.

Let’s look first at “Bob’s” definition of “Scoffers” and “mocking” above and the implication that it’s sin and wrong…necessarily so:

“To scoff is to mock, it is to talk arrogantly, it is to be inflated with oneself, it is to deride others, (act contemptuously towards others, to ridicule, to mock, to jeer, to sneer, taunt, disdain, denigrate, disrespect, insult, lampoon, and be satirical).”

OK. If one was to “teach the Bible simply” and interpret in a similar manner…as Bob claims all the time…what would be the “simple” conclusion one would draw from these words?

Matthew 23:

A Warning Against Hypocrisy

1 Then Jesus said to the crowds and to his disciples: 2 “The teachers of the law and the Pharisees sit in Moses’ seat. 3 So you must be careful to do everything they tell you. But do not do what they do, for they do not practice what they preach. 4 They tie up heavy, cumbersome loads and put them on other people’s shoulders, but they themselves are not willing to lift a finger to move them.5 “Everything they do is done for people to see: They make their phylacteries[a] wide and the tassels on their garments long; 6 they love the place of honor at banquets and the most important seats in the synagogues; 7 they love to be greeted with respect in the marketplaces and to be called ‘Rabbi’ by others.

8 “But you are not to be called ‘Rabbi,’ for you have one Teacher, and you are all brothers.9 And do not call anyone on earth ‘father,’ for you have one Father, and he is in heaven. 10Nor are you to be called instructors, for you have one Instructor, the Messiah. 11 The greatest among you will be your servant. 12 For those who exalt themselves will be humbled, and those who humble themselves will be exalted.

Seven Woes on the Teachers of the Law and the Pharisees

13 “Woe to you, teachers of the law and Pharisees, you hypocrites! You shut the door of the kingdom of heaven in people’s faces. You yourselves do not enter, nor will you let those enter who are trying to. [14] [b]15 “Woe to you, teachers of the law and Pharisees, you hypocrites! You travel over land and sea to win a single convert, and when you have succeeded, you make them twice as much a child of hell as you are.

16 “Woe to you, blind guides! You say, ‘If anyone swears by the temple, it means nothing; but anyone who swears by the gold of the temple is bound by that oath.’ 17 You blind fools! Which is greater: the gold, or the temple that makes the gold sacred? 18 You also say, ‘If anyone swears by the altar, it means nothing; but anyone who swears by the gift on the altar is bound by that oath.’ 19 You blind men! Which is greater: the gift, or the altar that makes the gift sacred? 20 Therefore, anyone who swears by the altar swears by it and by everything on it. 21 And anyone who swears by the temple swears by it and by the one who dwells in it.22 And anyone who swears by heaven swears by God’s throne and by the one who sits on it.

23 “Woe to you, teachers of the law and Pharisees, you hypocrites! You give a tenth of your spices—mint, dill and cumin. But you have neglected the more important matters of the law—justice, mercy and faithfulness. You should have practiced the latter, without neglecting the former. 24 You blind guides! You strain out a gnat but swallow a camel.

25 “Woe to you, teachers of the law and Pharisees, you hypocrites! You clean the outside of the cup and dish, but inside they are full of greed and self-indulgence. 26 Blind Pharisee! First clean the inside of the cup and dish, and then the outside also will be clean.

27 “Woe to you, teachers of the law and Pharisees, you hypocrites! You are like whitewashed tombs, which look beautiful on the outside but on the inside are full of the bones of the dead and everything unclean. 28 In the same way, on the outside you appear to people as righteous but on the inside you are full of hypocrisy and wickedness.

29 “Woe to you, teachers of the law and Pharisees, you hypocrites! You build tombs for the prophets and decorate the graves of the righteous. 30 And you say, ‘If we had lived in the days of our ancestors, we would not have taken part with them in shedding the blood of the prophets.’ 31 So you testify against yourselves that you are the descendants of those who murdered the prophets. 32 Go ahead, then, and complete what your ancestors started!

33 “You snakes! You brood of vipers! How will you escape being condemned to hell? 34Therefore I am sending you prophets and sages and teachers. Some of them you will kill and crucify; others you will flog in your synagogues and pursue from town to town. 35 And so upon you will come all the righteous blood that has been shed on earth, from the blood of righteous Abel to the blood of Zechariah son of Berekiah, whom you murdered between the temple and the altar. 36 Truly I tell you, all this will come on this generation.

37 “Jerusalem, Jerusalem, you who kill the prophets and stone those sent to you, how often I have longed to gather your children together, as a hen gathers her chicks under her wings, and you were not willing. 38 Look, your house is left to you desolate. 39 For I tell you, you will not see me again until you say, ‘Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord.’”

By Bob’s definition…Jesus our Christ sure sounds like Bob’s calling Him a “scoffer” and “mocker” to me.

Clearly, Bob’s assertion (in the Context of “why”…the heart…he’s saying it from his Pulpit)…is wrong. God is Judge. Not Bob. “Scoffing” and “Mocking” as Bob describes it and tries to frame it…just might be righteous…if the reason for it is to scold the Hypocritical Religious leaders and to call them to repentance. That’s my heart. It must’ve been the heart of Jesus as Bob also professes that Jesus is perfect and without sin (I think Bob and Calvary Chapel still believe that 🙂 ).

Paul the Apostle was pretty sarcastic and pretty insulting, disrespectful, deriding, etc etc as well when he confronted Peter, the Judaizers, Alexander the Coppersmith, etc etc.

Galatians 5:12 As for those agitators, I wish they would go the whole way and emasculate themselves!

Paul was frustrated with the Judaizers who were leading people astray. He was pretty sarcastic and irreverent above. He basically says, “I wish they go the whole way and cut their nuts off!” Hilarious. Makes the point rather strongly indeed! He got my attention. 🙂

Elisha “mocks” the Prophets of Baal in 1 Kings 18. Read it, it’s hilarious!

The New Testament does use the word in Greek for “Scoffer” or “Mocker” in two places:

Jude 1:18 They said to you, “In the last times there will be scoffers who will follow their own ungodly desires.”

2 Peter 3:3 First of all, you must understand that in the last days scoffers will come, scoffing and following their own evil desires.

The Greek word used for “Scoffers” or “Mockers” in the New Testament is “empaiktés”.

a mocker, i.e. by impl. a false teacher. Original Word: ἐμπαίκτης, ου, ὁ Part of Speech: Noun, Masculine. Transliteration: empaiktés. Phonetic Spelling: (emp-aheek-tace’)Short Definition: a mocker. Definition: a mocker, scoffer.

Word Origin from empaizó. Definition a mocker, i.e. by impl. a false teacher, mocker, scoffer.
From empaizo; a derider, i.e. (by implication) a false teacher — mocker, scoffer.

So, Bob is “kind of” right above, but not really. And, knowing Bob as intimately as I do, having witnessed this stuff play out many many times over the years…Bob’s motive is most likely to defend his stubborn position and attack those who are seeking Justice and Mercy and confession and repentance from a man who “says” one thing…yet practices (which I submit is a louder “doctrine” than what he says) another.

I submit that Bob is the “Scoffer” and the “Mocker” by standing at the Pulpit every Sunday, preaching one thing…but not practicing it…which is teaching by example…and is a false teaching by way of his actions. I submit that I am not “mocking” God, I am mocking Bob and Calvary Chapel.


 Posted by at 11:43 am
Jun 072011

Child Abuse Case Successes

Attorney Kelly Clark has secured tens of millions of dollars for his clients in monetary settlements and judgments in child abuse

Kelly Clark is one of our Nation's leading Child Abuse attorneys and advocates. If you have been abused by a Calvary Chapel Pastor or employ, there is help for you.

cases, and–even more importantly in terms of the search for justice and closure–has secured significant non-monetary concessions for his clients as well: letters of apology, public accountability, meetings and seminars concerning prevention of child abuse and agreements by the institutions of trust—Catholic ChurchMormon ChurchBoy Scoutsschools, athletic leagues, etc—in which the abuse occurred to make radical changes in their child abuse policies.  These institutions are safer than they were even a decade or two ago, in part thanks to the courage of the childhood abuse survivors who have stood up to tell their stories, and in part to the persistence and doggedness of lawyers like Kelly Clark.

Kelly Clark’s commitment to child abuse survivors began when he was a member of the Oregon Legislature in 1989-1993.  Serving on the House Judiciary Committee, he was deeply moved by testimony from child abuse survivors and later became one of the chief sponsors of the extended civil statute of limitations for adults abused as children, now codified at ORS 12.117. This statute was one of the first in any state to recognize the reality that child abuse survivors often cannot acknowledge, or understand their abuse, or their damage, until well into adulthood.  Since then, dozens of other states have adopted similar legislation.

While serving in the Legislature, Kelly was a chief sponsor of  a bill that would ban on possession of child pornography.  Working with law enforcement, and also with civil liberties groups concerned about potential infringements on free speech, Kelly Clark helped push through one of the first laws in the nation to impose criminal penalties on the actual possession, and not just the production, of child pornography.

Just a few years later, Kelly Clark was again fighting the child pornographers, filing a “friend of the court” brief before the Oregon Supreme Court in a case challenging the constitutionality of the child pornography statute described above.  A unanimous Supreme Court upheld the statute.

Catholic Abuse Successes

Kelly Clark brought the first two cases in the modern wave of childhood sexual abuse cases against the Catholic Church and the Boy Scouts of America. It took seven years of hard litigation beginning in 1994—including a successful argument before the Oregon Supreme Court—before the cases were settled.  But in Fearing v Bucher  and Archdiocese of Portland, 328 Or 367, 977 P2d 1163 (1999) , and Lourim v Swenson and Boy Scouts of America, 328 Or 380, 977 P2d 1157 (1999) , Kelly won a landmark victory and judicial recognition of some of the realities of child abuse, including the “grooming” process used by child abusers.  The case was especially significant for its original theory that “institutions of trust” such as churches and youth organizations should be liable for child abuse in their midst. It was this victory that helped swing open the door for the wave of litigation against the Catholic Church in 2001, which many observers believe has made the Church, and other institutions of trust, much safer for children. Click here and here to read the Supreme Court decisions in these cases.

Beginning with those cases, Kelly—often working closely with lawyers like Kristian Roggendorf of O’Donnell Clark & Crew, or with Portland lawyers David Slader and Mickey Morey, Seattle’s Mike Pfau, California’s John Manly, and others—has successfully represented over 150 men and women in cases against the dioceses or Archdioceses of Portland, Baker, Seattle, Boston, Orange, Los Angeles, and is currently (2007) litigating against the dioceses of Omaha, New York, the Military Vicariate, as well as those previously mentioned.  Other Roman Catholic entities against which Kelly has successfully brought cases include the Franciscan Friars, the Benedectines, the Redemptorists, the Paulist Fathers, the Servites, the Society of Jesus (Jesuits), and numerous orders of nuns.

In 2002-03 he fought, and won, dozens of claims against the Paulist Fathers, a religious order headquartered in New York, for abuse by one Rocco Perone, a once charismatic and popular Paulist who was a serial child abuser, and along the way Kelly won battles over discovery, claims of religious liberty, and punitive damages.

When the Archdiocese of Portland filed bankruptcy on the eve of a major trial in July, 2004, Kelly was one of the leading lawyers representing claimants in that proceeding, successfully resolving cases for over 40 men and women. Along the way, the lawyers working for the survivors of abuse, including Kelly, defeated an attempt by the Archdiocese of Portland to claim that hundreds of millions of dollars in real estate was not owned by the Archdiocese, but rather by individual parishes.

Not satisfied simply to obtain monetary justice for his clients and keep the secrets of child abuse hidden, Kelly, along with attorneys David Slader, Mickey Morey, and Erin Olsen, among others, fought, and won, a battle to force the Archdiocese of Portland to open the files of abusing priests, so that the public could at last understand what the bishops knew and when they knew it, concerning child abuse in the Church.  This agreement is one of the few times anywhere in the nation where a diocese has been forced to “open up the files.” Kelly believes that by shining the light of day on long-hidden secrets, institutions like the Catholic Church can be made safer for children. For articles on this groundbreaking development, click here.

Kelly has written and spoken extensively on the topic of child abuse in the Catholic Church, including newspaper editorials, professional publications and scholarly journals.  For a sample of some of these presentations, click here.

Bringing his considerable expertise on public policy and constitutional law to bear on the child abuse cases, in 2007 Kelly authored, along with Kristian Roggendorf and Peter Janci—two other lawyers working with him on child abuse cases at his firm O’Donnell Clark & Crew LLP—an article published by the University of Oregon Law Review, entitled “Religious Liberty Issues in the Priest Abuse Cases.”

Boy Scout Abuse Successes

Kelly’s work against the Boy Scouts goes back to the mid-1990′s when he took the first of the current wave of cases against the Scouts (see discussion of Fearing and Lourim cases above).  Since the successful resolution of the Lourim case after the Supreme Court win, Kelly has handled or is handling nearly a dozen other cases against Scouting organizations.

In 2003 and 2004, Kelly, working with co-counsel, won a settlement from the Scouts in the context of an Explorer Scout who had been abused by a police officer in the City of The Dalles, Oregon.  The case against the Boy Scouts was settled some months before trial, and OC &C associate Jonathan Clark won a strong verdict at trial against the City of The Dalles.  That judgment is now on appeal before the Oregon Supreme Court, where significant issues of the statute of limitations in child abuse cases will be decided.

Currently (2007) Kelly is fighting on behalf of another ten clients in several different cases who were abused by Scout leaders– often in affiliation with various entities of the LDS (Mormon) Church.  Watch these pages for developments.

LDS/Mormon Church Abuse Successes

Kelly began fighting for those abused in the context of the Mormon Church in 2005, and is now representing nearly a dozen men who were abused by elders, missionaries, home teachers, and others in positions of LDS callings.  In 2007, Kelly, along with OC & C associate Kristian Roggendorf and affiliated counsel Gilion Dumas, won major pretrial victories against the LDS Church on disputed legal questions such as the statute of limitations, punitive damages and– most significantly– won a ruling from the trial court, backed up by the Oregon Supreme Court, that the LDS Church release its financial records.  Perhaps not surprisingly, the case settled immediately after that decision, a settlement that included both monetary restitution and agreements on changes to the Church’s child abuse policies. For news coverage of this significant case, click here.

Also beginning in 2007, Kelly Clark brought a case on behalf of six men against the LDS Church, with claims of harboring a serial child abuser in Portland, several times criminally convicted and yet still allowed around children.  The issue in that case is the extent of knowledge that the LDS authorities had about its child abuse problem in Portland and nationally. Stay tuned or click here for developments.


Schools and Other Youth Programs Abuse Case Successes

In addition to the above, Kelly Clark has brought dozens of cases against “institutions of trust” including entities such as:

Oregon Gymnastics Academy

Portland Public Schools

Parkrose Public Schools

Open Bible Christian School

24 Hour Fitness Centers

State of Oregon Department of Human Services

Children’s Farm Home

St Mary’s Home for Boys

The Christie School

City of The Dalles, Oregon

The Missouri Conference of the United Methodist Church

  • Call 503-306-0224 and ask for Kelly or email Alex at agrenier7 @ gmail dot com. I will personally put you in touch with Kelly if you have been a victim of child abuse from a Calvary Chapel Pastor or employ.
 Posted by at 7:21 pm