Finally, we want to give some advice for those who find themselves with some kind of accountability, care, or potential endorsement role for a person in Christian leadership that may be exhibiting SBCMB. You may have an official role in this regard, or you may have discovered that others are assuming you have such a role even though it is not clearly defined. This advice is drawn from our own experience with some people.
There are four (related) situations that we address here:
- If you have a true accountability role
- If you find yourself in a quasi-accountability role
- If you hear many people criticising the person
- If you need to say something publicly
Read the next section: If you have a true accountability role
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