The congregation can support her as a charity case, if necessary, without allowing her to violate her contract and continue as a model for impressionable children.
And can we stop saying “make mistakes” when we mean “sin”? There’s a difference.
I was referring to “mistake” as in the Greek definition of “sin.”
- “a missing of the mark” (Vine Expository Dictionary Of NT Words)
Yes, she made a mistake. Yes, she “missed the mark.”
And yes, I agree with you that local Christians in the church or school could (and even should imo) help this woman who is now without a job and without health insurance.
Additionally, if Christian brothers and sisters don’t help support her financially, taxpayers probably will have to.