Update on Investigation of ABWE from G.R.A.C.E. – May 2012

Please see the following update provided by G.R.A.C.E – May 30, 2012.

GRACE Investigation Update – May, 2012

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About Bangladesh MKs Speak

We are a group of American former missionary kids (MKs) who lived in Bangladesh while Donn Ketcham worked as a missionary doctor there with the mission agency Association of Baptists for World Evangelism (ABWE) out of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
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3 Responses to Update on Investigation of ABWE from G.R.A.C.E. – May 2012

  1. Roger Fenton says:

    Please take notice to the timing of this GRACE update. They had put it out to scold ABWE for their interference in the investigation. Quoting the ABWE 5/3/12 Update: “We have begun the process of meeting with the families of victims of the tragic child abuse by Donn Ketcham in Bangladesh.”
    Quoting GRACE: Finally, GRACE recently encouraged ABWE to postpone any visits with MKs and/or victims of abuse, Donn Ketcham, until after the conclusion of the investigation and the delivery of the Final Report.”

    In the past year ABWE staff has constantly meddled, butted in, and intruded where they don’t belong!

  2. http://www.thedeadkidsofmyspace.com/2011/01/church-accuses-ex-missionary-worker.html
    A Florida missionary worker has been arrested after FBI agents raided his Oviedo home and recovered dozens of images of child pornography.

    Samuel Shamba Warlick, 39, has also been accused by the U.S. Presbyterian Church of sexually molesting multiple children while working as a missionary in the Congo during the late 1980’s.

  3. Roger Fenton says:

    Thank You, D. Buck,

    What is so interesting about your comment is that the time frame coincides with the sexually molesting of the young girls by Donn Ketcham. You point out that he was accused; It is a shame that there are statutes of limitation on such evil crimes.

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