Sex Sect The Family Cleans House
Peter and Maria are far more optimistic. In his "Blueprint for the Future," Peter wrote, "We envision the Family providing an empowering environment—one that infuses members with inspiration and confidence to enact their dreams and plans for God."
"[TFI] has always been innovative and adaptable," said Shepherd. "It will be fascinating to see whether this reboot brings more stability to the movement and a greater peace with ex-members and the larger evangelical world."
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