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Background Information

Employment History

Security


Pastor

Vegas Valley Christian Church


Affiliations

Covenant Life Church

Well-Respected Member


Sovereign Grace Ministries

Founder


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www.naasca.org

Nathaniel Morales faces a November trial in Maryland for charges of molesting four teenage boys while a member of Covenant Life Church (CLC) in Gaithersburg, Md., in the late 1980s.
That case began in 2009 when a former member of CLC reported to police Morales sexually abused him as a teenager in the late 1980s. The police report says the alleged victim first disclosed his abuse to his parents when he was 22 or 23 years old-about five years after he says the abuse ended. When police arrested Morales in February on abuse charges that included 10 counts of molesting four boys, he was living in Nevada and working as a pastor. According to the police report, he had married a woman with five sons from a previous marriage. A statement on the CLC website in February said the church didn't know about abuse allegations against Morales until "many years after the abuse when an adult who had been victimized as a child came forward. CLC spokesman Don Nalle said he couldn't comment on questions about Morales because of the civil lawsuit against the church. The Affirming Pentecostal Church (APC), a small association of Pentecostal churches that affirms homosexuality among its members, listed Nate Morales as an associate bishop in 2011. The group's website included a blog post and photo of Morales during the same year.


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Nathaniel Morales
Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department/AP Nathaniel Morales Nathaniel Morales faces a November trial in Maryland for charges of molesting four teenage boys while a member of Covenant Life Church (CLC) in Gaithersburg, Md., in the late 1980s.  That case began in 2009 when a former member of CLC reported to police Morales sexually abused him as a teenager in the late 1980s.  The police report says the alleged victim first disclosed his abuse to his parents when he was 22 or 23 years old-about five years after he says the abuse ended.  When police arrested Morales in February on abuse charges that included 10 counts of molesting four boys, he was living in Nevada and working as a pastor. According to the police report, he had married a woman with five sons from a previous marriage. A statement on the CLC website in February said the church didn't know about abuse allegations against Morales until "many years after the abuse when an adult who had been victimized as a child came forward. CLC spokesman Don Nalle said he couldn't comment on questions about Morales because of the civil lawsuit against the church. The Affirming Pentecostal Church (APC), a small association of Pentecostal churches that affirms homosexuality among its members, listed Nate Morales as an associate bishop in 2011. The group's website included a blog post and photo of Morales during the same year. 


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Nathaniel Morales trial: Victim Jeremy Cook testifies
Nathaniel Morales accused of abusing boys for decades in Montgomery Co. On Monday, testimony began in the child sex abuse trial of Nathaniel Morales, 56. The self-professed man of God was most recently preaching in Las Vegas. However back in the late 1980s and early 90s, Morales was a well-respected member of Covenant Life Church in Gaithersburg. Then in his mid-20s, Morales led youth bible studies, directed worship teams, and even attended sleepovers with the male teens he mentored. It's alleged, Morales' abuse went undetected for years because he exhumed trustworthiness and charm. "He was charismatic, affable, the life of the party," the father of Victim #1 testified. "Just one of those guys who walked in the room and people were surrounding him." Morales joined Covenant Life Church in the mid-1980s. Although his spiritual life was growing, his professional worth was taking a downward spiral. Morales was soon out-of-work, and terribly low on cash. A fellow parishioner offered-up a room in his home along Sunflower Drive in Rockville. In Oct. 1989, Morales accepted the offer, settling into the basement recreation room. "You have to realize, Nate was a powerful man, and I was a young boy. Who were they going to believe," Cook explained. "There was also a fear if this came out, I would lose all of my friends. I didn't want the stigma and shame." In 1992, Victim #1 garnered the courage to tell his parents about the abuse. Cook followed-suit in 1994, but by that time, Morales had vanished. Morales, who's currently incarcerated, faces five felony counts of Sex Abuse Minor and Sex Offense Second Degree.


www.securityatchurch.com

Nathaniel Morales trial: Victim Jeremy Cook testifies
Nathaniel Morales accused of abusing boys for decades in Montgomery Co. On Monday, testimony began in the child sex abuse trial of Nathaniel Morales, 56. The self-professed man of God was most recently preaching in Las Vegas. However back in the late 1980s and early 90s, Morales was a well-respected member of Covenant Life Church in Gaithersburg. Then in his mid-20s, Morales led youth bible studies, directed worship teams, and even attended sleepovers with the male teens he mentored. It's alleged, Morales' abuse went undetected for years because he exhumed trustworthiness and charm. "He was charismatic, affable, the life of the party," the father of Victim #1 testified. "Just one of those guys who walked in the room and people were surrounding him." Morales joined Covenant Life Church in the mid-1980s. Although his spiritual life was growing, his professional worth was taking a downward spiral. Morales was soon out-of-work, and terribly low on cash. A fellow parishioner offered-up a room in his home along Sunflower Drive in Rockville. In Oct. 1989, Morales accepted the offer, settling into the basement recreation room. "You have to realize, Nate was a powerful man, and I was a young boy. Who were they going to believe," Cook explained. "There was also a fear if this came out, I would lose all of my friends. I didn't want the stigma and shame." In 1992, Victim #1 garnered the courage to tell his parents about the abuse. Cook followed-suit in 1994, but by that time, Morales had vanished. Morales, who's currently incarcerated, faces five felony counts of Sex Abuse Minor and Sex Offense Second Degree.


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Update - Covenant Life Church Response to Nathaniel Morales | 4 comments: | Links to this post | Update - Covenant Life Church Response to Nathanie... | Older Post | Update - Covenant Life Church Response to Nathanie...
Security at Church - A Church Security Resource: Update - Covenant Life Church Response to Nathaniel Morales Security at Church - A Church Security Resource Update - Covenant Life Church Response to Nathaniel Morales On Monday news reports were widely circulated about a Nevada man, Nathaniel Morales, who has been charged in Maryland with molesting boys during the 1980s. The reports contain allegations that this abuse occurred when Mr. Morales was a teacher, erroneously implying that he was a teacher at Covenant Life School. The reports fail to state that Mr. Morales, though a church member at the time, was never a pastor in Covenant Life Church nor a teacher in Covenant Life School. Rather Mr. Morales was a teacher employed by an independent private school in Montgomery County not affiliated with Covenant Life Church or School. I spent many years as a student at Covenant Life School and Nate Morales was never a teacher or employed by the church or school...to the best of my knowledge. With that being said at the time Covenant Life School did not have a High School and many students transitioned from their lower school to Montgomery County Christian Academy (MCCA) where Nate Morales was employed. Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Labels:Church Sex Abuse, Covenant Life Church, Nathaniel Morales, Sovereign Grace Ministries I found my way to your sight after seeing an image of Nathaniel Morales, whose picture brought me to your site. Nathaniel Morales goes on trial this Monday, May 12 in Montgomery Maryland. The molestations that Morales was involved in was definitely known at the time he was involved as a member at CLC, but the matter was covered up. 2. Nathaniel Morales didn't just molest "boys in the 1980's". The inclusion of that information in the above statement issued by CLC seems to be in an effort to give the impression that Morales didn't go being a threat to the public. This is blatantly not true. From CLC, Morales left a trial of destruction which continued up until his arrest in Las Vegas. Whereever he went, children were molested. He went on to marry a woman with five sons, some of whom he molested. I do not support the actions that have occurred regarding Nate Morales and I do agree that there is fault in the church for the way the situation was handled. I don't have any memory of Nate's extended family.


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