I have been on the board since october. During that time I have sought to bring an elementof the Lords grace into the aspect of seeking for truth. However it has been said recently that there are concerns about whether I am treating other members of the board fairly.(yet I thought I have tried to see 2 sides in every thing )This has also been relayed to at least one other member of the board with wording that was even dtronger than was used directly to me and even more distressing .......with questions being raised that I would not consider to be very honourable. I have wrestled with this for some time. After nearly a week there has been no adequate explanation nor apology. Clearly he feels strongly on the issue.Especially as he feels it is appropriate to speak to others and therefore make it public. What is the honourable thing to do? First I would say my intentions have always been for the best, but if I have failed any of you I am saying publicly sorry. My approach to you all has been much the same so any faults will have hurt many and it is not honourable to say I will not say sorry if I cannot see my mistake. I publicly apologise to my accuser for I clearly have not presented my intentions adequately. Further the accuser holds an official position on the board. Though I have often spoke of reconciliation and sought to acheive it, it seems that if the leadership feel so strongly as this then, for the sake of the Lord and his work I should withdraw. yours in His service Jon.