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Ms Misc

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  1. @Calm Oh wait, so an entire thread occurs of rampant speculation and assumptive discourse and someone finally gives some specifics that answer a lot of that speculation and only now it's time to invoke the mods? mm k. Nothing but random speculations will make this worse for the victims. I will never understand why this beautiful church still is such a port of harbor for that 10% that will defend and enable every mis-step of church leadership even when that lack of foresight has resulted in the compromising of the innocence and virtue of children. Better-a-millstone rings loudly here.
  2. re-posting here for some clarity on a few of these similar topics I'm seeing. I have been in and around the wards in that area for decades and have also known the Neipp family. The reason for his release as an acting Bishop was 100% hidden from the rest of the Ward/Stake and I'm staggering at the details I'm uncovering as all this unravels. It looked from outside of that family's circle like a normal transition to another Bishop. It turns out that he was released on the heels of the grooming and seducing a very young mom in his ward who was dealing with some deep emotional issues already.
  3. Speaking as a person who actually lived in that area, the Neipps have maintained a very connected life in the Ward and Stake. The were close personal friends of Nan and Richard Hunter - yes, *the* Hunters. When Bishop Neipp was released, there was nothing to indicate that it was for a reason. The disciplinary issue was kept secret - apparently known only to a select few leaders outside of the family. I guarantee that once this starts coming out more there will be a lot more like scratching our heads and saying 'what????? he was forced out on a disciplinary issue?????'
  4. Then you must belong to another church... https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/general-conference/2005/10/called-and-chosen?lang=eng
  5. Posting here for some clarity on a few of these similar topics I'm seeing. I have been in and around the wards in that area for decades and have also known the Neipp family. The reason for his release as an acting Bishop was 100% hidden from the rest of the Ward/Stake and I'm staggering at the details I'm uncovering as all this unravels. It looked from outside of that family's circle like a normal transition to another Bishop. It turns out that he was released on the heels of the grooming and seducing a very young mom in his ward who was dealing with some deep emotional issues already. O
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