We have a 40 year old man in our church, and he is an awsome servant. He is a leader in our church and came here to work with the youth. Every fifth Sunday is Youth Sunday where the young people lead in worship. This man preached one Sunday and delivered an awsome message from 2 Peter. Many would like to hear him again. Here's the problem. He was married at age 21 and soon after divorced. He was very candid and forthcoming in his testimony. He was converted at age 30 after remarrying about 3 years earlier. He was an ordained deacon amd minister at the previous church he served. Here, he has not been allowed to preach again since his last sermon over two years ago. He and the pastor are good friends and you can just tell they love each other. Is the translation clear on the ordination/leadership of divorcees? Are we wrong in letting this man be our Youth Minister? Should he be allowed to preach an Youth Sunday?