(RNS) That's because, former Mars Hill elder Sutton Turner said, he never was served with the lawsuit, which the state of Washington reportedly requires within 90 days.
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(RNS) The launch comes 1 1/2 years after he resigned from Mars Hill Church in Seattle and a month after the filing of a lawsuit accusing him of racketeering there.
(RNS) A top aide to Mark Driscoll says he is "deeply grieved and saddened" by the closure of Mars Hill Church.
(RNS) Four former members of the now-defunct Mars Hill Church in Seattle filed a civil racketeering lawsuit Monday (Feb. 29) against the church's controversial ex-pastor.
(RNS) Mark Driscoll, pastor of Mars Hill Church in Seattle until he resigned in 2014, announced that he was setting up The Trinity Church in Phoenix.
(RNS) Pastors with megabrands are raising new issues for fast-growing churches.
READ RNS’ EXCLUSIVE DRISCOLL RESIGNATION STORY October 14, 2014 Michael Van Skaik Chairman, Board of Advisors and Accountability Mars Hill Church Dear Michael: By God’s grace I have pastored Mars Hill Church for 18 years. Today, also by...
(RNS) The Seattle megachurch pastor has been on sabbatical during his church's investigation.
(RNS) "This is without a doubt, the most abusive, coercive ministry culture I’ve ever been involved with,” former Mars Hill pastor Paul Tripp said.
Pastor Mark Driscoll's leave of absence is a relief, but hold off on glee.
(RNS) The megachurch pastor has faced a series of allegations in the past year, including charges from former Mars Hill pastors.
(RNS) Former Mars Hill pastors say Driscoll has engaged in a pattern of abusive and intimidating conduct and has not changed.
(RNS) "It is our conviction that the nature of the accusations against Mark, most of which have been confirmed by him, make it untenable and unhelpful to keep Mark and Mars Hill in our network," the Acts 29 Network of evangelical churches said.
Pastor Mark Driscoll says he's sorry for inappropriate comments made under a pseudonym in 2000. Here's why Christians should accept his apology.
(RNS) There's a wild card that older-school religious celebrities did not have to contend with: the Internet.