I have something I would like to put before this forum. The Pastor of my church spoke at a meeting that was held for our members this past Saturday. He made what I considered some very disturbing remarks. He admitted that if one of his parishoners were to come to him in confidence about another member he would immediately go to that member and tell them because he was a "tattle-tale" and he would just tell it. I have since learned that another member went to our Pastor in confidence on a problem and the following Sunday he used it as a text for his sermon, even calling the person out. This to me is not appropiate behavior for a Pastor. What you say to your Pastor should be as sacred as what you say to God. It should never go from his ears to his lips unless he is taking it to the Lord on your behalf. How can he set an example for his church if he is perpetuating gossip, and breaking confidences? What do You all think?