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Topic - Haggard
It's safe to say that Michael Cheshire is not a happy man. At least not when he's talking about how evangelical Christian churches treat their own, especially when their own have stumbled.
He noted he constantly hears from people who claim to embrace the Christian faith, but are burned out on the church: "It's not that they don't want to follow Jesus, they don't want to follow us, because we're all jerks," he said. "Until somebody says it, we're going to have this problem."