From the former professional linebacker/current anti-gay reverend's editorial at WorldNetDaily:

I am not very happy with the new, progressive, "loving" leadership at Focus on the Family. However, it is God's ministry, and He will do with it what He pleases....To be perfectly honest, what Focus should have done is give someone like me the leadership over the ministry. Someone with guts is needed to lead Focus into the next generation, someone who has the intestinal fortitude not to care what the world thinks but only wants to infuse the culture with God's righteousness. However, I have a ministry, so I would have turned it down. Call me what you want—a guy with a big ego. I have no ego, just allegiance to God. When He calls me I will do what He wants, right or wrong.

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