Process of Immorality – Step 3 – Physical involvement – the “affair” begins – An innocent little Kiss Turns Deadly
Read the true story of Fatima and Nathaniel
The kiss by the lake
A meeting of the Women of the Church had just ended. Fatima gathered up her papers and headed for her car.
“Hello, Fatima. Got a minute?”
It was Nathaniel, the Pastor in charge of Education. “Sure.”
He joined her at her car. He was tall and well-built—looking more like an ex-football player than a minister.
Nathaniel, his wife, and his three children had come to the church two years ago. He had been a welcome addition to the understaffed roster.
“I was wondering if you could come to my office sometime this week so we could discuss how to get some of the new Women of the Church involved in teaching Sunday school.” She agreed, and they set the time.
Fatima headed home with thoughts of what to prepare for dinner. There was the usual rush to be able to make it to their son’s football game. Peter was a junior in school and lived for football. His youngest sister, Josephine, was a cheerleader. John, Fatima’s husband was a successful lawyer who was active in church and in the community. Fatima thought with pride that night as she cheered Peter’s game.
The next day’s meeting with Nathaniel was routine. This became the first of many such meetings over the following months. There was much to do. She enjoyed talking with Nathaniel. He was a good conversationalist. He seemed to have time to listen and had interesting things to share when he wasn’t listening. Often, they would get into deep discussions on religion and theology.
When Fatima would tell John about some of these talks, he would shake his head, amused that two people could enjoy such abstract philosophical matters. He, on the other hand, loved to talk about law and strategy, court cases and trials—things with definite procedures and precedents. Fatima would listen to his stories with the same disinterest as he did to hers. But that was okay. They didn’t have much time for serious conversation between his Work, her volunteer work, and the kids’ activities. full story via link below