Potters Field Not Shutting Down, Donations Drop
Montana Public Radio reports that donations to Potters Field Ministries have dropped in half, but the organization isn’t shutting down.
Mike and Pam Rozell are “only” raking in $50,000 a month after allegations of spiritual and psychological abuse shook it down.
When Rob McCoy took over as CEO, the Rozell’s were still on the board of the non profit and the organization made some promises.
They promised that a full outside audit would be published.
Where is that posted?
They promised to take money from property sales to help the interns they allegedly abused.
How much money has been taken in and how much has been disbursed to former interns?
No intern has reported receiving money for professional (not pastoral) counseling.
Where is even an explanation of the reported abusive behaviors posted, let alone an apology or statement of repentance?
Why are Mike and Pam Rozell hiding behind a lawyer instead of fulfilling their Christian obligations to address those they (allegedly) sinned against?
Finally, why in the name of all that’s holy would Christians support a ministry like this without those questions being answered?
Liability, liability, liability.
50,000 a month. That just makes me sick. How many of these people have not heard? If they have, shame on them for standing by abuse.
the flow of the cash is the pulse one feels when fingers are placed on the wrist of Potter’s Field…
I don’t have anything useful to add other than thinking this is shameless. Shameful. They should be ashamed.