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Dear Recovering Grace Reader, There has been a rather large development in the legal proceedings surrounding Bill Gothard and the Institute in Basic Life Principles (IBLP).
This past Wednesday, January 6, 2016, Attorney David Gibbs III filed an amended complaint on behalf of ten women who allege Bill Gothard sexually abused and/or harassed them, along with a conspiracy by Mr.
This is why time and time again we pleaded with Bill Gothard and the IBLP board to handle things in a straightforward and appropriate manner.
In the midst of all of this, we feel proud of these women and are in awe of their courage.
We know that, for these women, this suit is not about any potential financial gain, even though the financial and emotional costs of this kind of recovery can be great.
Several of them have stated to us multiple times that they simply want to make sure that the truth is told so that these crimes can’t happen to anyone else.
Time and again, once the members realized they had no real authority to steer the ministry, they had to decide whether they could morally remain on board.
In fact, the amended complaint provides much more information detailing what is being alleged.
Blogger Libby Anne has done a thorough job summarizing the allegations here:
They could have hired a real internal investigator who wasn’t also on the speaking schedule for their next homeschool conference.
Those who have followed Bill Gothard and his IBLP ministry over the past 40 years have waited without satisfaction for the board to step forward and publicly decry the behavior of its founder, as well as many of its damaging teachings.