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The entities are accused of negligence in allowing a sexual abuser access to children.
The father of a minor child has filed a lawsuit against the Assemblies of God, its North Texas District, and its college ministry Chi Alpha for negligence resulting in the sexual abuse and grooming of ...
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The college ministry of the Assemblies of God churches has been criticized for its handling of sexual abuse scandals.
The national director of Chi Alpha, the college ministry branch of the Assemblies of God denomination, has resigned his post.
J.R. Armstrong of Orange, Texas, believes it is right to acknowledge and support sexual abuse victims and is calling on national Assemblies of God leaders to do the same.
A pastor in Southeast Texas has spoken out publicly about the Chi Alpha college ministry scandals. He is the first known Assembly of God pastor to do so.
He served at the same church as convicted sex offender Daniel Savala.
A leader of a Christian & Missionary Alliance church in Ketchikan, Alaska, connected to convicted sex offender and former Chi Alpha leader Daniel Savala is charged with sexually abusing a minor.
Savala was arrested Friday for also allegedly sexually abusing two boys.
The “spiritual mentor” of a former Chi Alpha minister at Baylor University who has been charged with continuous sexual abuse of a young child has been identified as Daniel Savala, who was arrested Friday (June ...
If convicted, the alleged abuser faces a maximum of life in prison without parole.
A former campus minister for Chi Alpha at Baylor University was arrested on charges of continuous sexual abuse of a young child, then released after posting a $50,000 bond.