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Larry Tomczak reported that Mahaney had gone out of his way to rebuild their relationship after 13 years of estrangement.On January 25, 2012, Mahaney was reinstated as president of the organization by the board after three review panels found no reason to disqualify C. from his role as President, or to "call into question his fitness for gospel ministry." Early in 2012, Sovereign Grace Ministries announced their intention to relocate their headquarters from Gaithersburg, Maryland to Louisville, Kentucky, citing Louisville's lower cost of living as well as the growing connection with the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in town.People of Destiny serves a Catholic constituency" although participants at that time would not agree with this assessment. The theological focus gradually shifted during the mid 1990s and it was later suggested that the increasing New Calvinism of PDI was a major factor in Larry Tomczak's departure from the movement.he earlier described the parting of ways with Sovereign Grace Ministries as "an unbelievable nightmare" during which his family "were threatened in various ways if [they] did not cooperate with [PDI/SGM]...Both Tomczak and Mahaney spoke at New Frontiers' Bible Weeks and Stoneleigh Conference.They were also friendly with Maranatha Campus Ministries for a period.Maryland's highest civil court, the Court of Appeals, denied certiorari on September 24, 2014, permanently ending the case.
In 1982, shortly after planting a church in Cleveland, Mahaney, Tomczak and Detweiler formed People of Destiny International as an umbrella organization for their various ministries.
SGM adoption of an existing church begins with the development of a relationship with leadership and continues with dialogue to evaluate the doctrinal and practical compatibility of Sovereign Grace with the church desiring adoption.
Larry Tomczak, a co-founder of SGM, who left the organization in the late 1990s, was alleged to have abused and assaulted a victim over a period of twenty-five years.
Therefore, all of the claims by the Maryland plaintiffs were dismissed in May 2013 because the statute of limitations had expired, 3 years after each turned 18; the claims by two Virginia plaintiffs were still within the statute of limitations.
An appeal of the lower court's decision was heard by the Maryland appellate court in May 2014, and the lawsuit was again dismissed when the court found that the Plaintiff's attorney had filed the appeal too early.