Okay, here's my bias - I love Sandi Patti. I've listened to her since I was five and her first album came out. I was raised on the Friendship Company albums. I like her music now. She's has taken a lot of flak about what she did in having the affair and marrying the guy. This was wrong. It was sin. She did ask for forgiveness from God and confessed her sins publicly. She continues to sing great Christian music, which a large percentage of people lambast as being sung by an adultress. King David once had an affair with a woman and married her. No one at the time, except for the prophet Nathan, knew what had happened. He asked forgiveness from God, yet did not confess his sins publically. He continued to write great Hebrew psalms, which no one lambasts as being sung by an adulterer. Does anyone else see a parallel here about our role in forgiving a believer who stumbled? Or does this just make people mad that I would have the audacity to make such a comparison.