Pardon the pun. Dr. Dave Jaspers resigned from MBBC in May after being confronted with allegations of seeing four different massage therapists and behaving inappropriately. He first stated that he had only seen one therapist, then admitted to the truth and offered to resign. The board accepted his resigination. His initial response to the public was that he resigned due to the heavy work load as president. The MBBC board, unhappy with that response, eventually sent a public letter to constituents explaining the underlying reason. Since then, Jaspers has become repentant and confessed his bitterness at the board and his need for humility. He denies any wrong doing in the area of message therapy other than poor judgement. In his letters to the public, he underscores his heavy schedule and his time away from home. His wife slept "alone," raised the kids "alone," and went to church "alone" because he was gone so much of the time. I don't have enough information about what, if anything, went on behind closed doors with message therapists, but from his own words he has admitted to being a "workoholic" and absent from his home. Does this concern any of you? I'm deeply troubled with how much time presidents of fundamental colleges are away from home "ministering." He refers to his wife as being like a "widow." I'm more alarmed by these statements from his own pen, than the message therapy accusations. What do the rest of you think?