October 16, 2008

Confidentiality Agreements

What happens at Bellevue stays at Bellevue!
Corporations have non-disclosure agreements (NDA) to protect the trade secrets. Kentucky Fried Chicken guards their recipe under tight security.
What trade agreements does a Church guard? Is it the formula for the gospel? Is it a secret how the Christian life is lived out daily?
No, in Bellevue's case it is sin. The public does not need to know about the sin in the ranks!
How in the world does anyone expect to get deliverd from sin at Bellevue? Here, sign a NDA.
An NDA has a clause to deny even an existence of an NDA. When asked about an NDA you have to lie about it!

1 comment:

WatchingHISstory said...

Why does Bellevue require its employees to sign a non-disclosure agreement?
Employees may become aware of private matters and confidences of Church members and of others, as well as various confidential Church-related information, such as documents, notes, files, records, oral information, computer files, member contributions, staff salaries, benefits, and the like. Employees are asked to refrain from disseminating this information to anyone without permission.