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Commentary: What former Willow Creek pastor Bill Hybels can learn from Bill Clinton

In August of 2000 at a megachurch in suburban Chicago, two men sat on a stage on tall swivel chairs discussing the spiritual journey of one of them. Two years prior, the man had been involved in a scandal where there were allegations of sexual misconduct that he initially denied.

As more evidence came to light, it became clear that the allegations were true, and he was forced to recant and confess publicly. Here's what he said about coming

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