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Selling off the buildings has proved successful—as the church recently made deals to sells its Sammamish and Ballard campuses.

The email list, with 90,000 names from Mars Hill’s Resurgence conference, became a headache yesterday.

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His ministry had sponsored the 2013 Resurgence conference for "a lot of money," but felt the group remained one that his ministry was "least connected with." Gross, who learned about the list from Justin Dean, a former Mars Hill staffer, sent out what he thought was a clever email on Monday.“Most of these people would be people who had never received an email from us so we thought something with ‘Mark Driscoll’ in the subject would get read,” Gross wrote on his blog today. The header on the email read: “Mark Driscoll—The Real Story.” It began with a brief intro from Gross, then a list of the sins of failed pastors: “extramarital affairs, flirting, porn addiction, gambling addictions, and a whole mess of other stuff.” Those sins, Gross said, all stem from a lack of accountability—the same root issue he claims felled Driscoll.Gross’s overall message: buy our software, or you might end up like Driscoll. 1): A Mars Hill-owned mailing list at the heart of a failed direct marketing campaign last week was apparently sold illegally.Justin Dean, a former Mars Hill staff member who apologized for distributing the Resurgence list of 90,000 church leaders, now admits he had no authority to do so.

He warns that any use of the list would be illegal.

“I want to be clear that what I did was wrong, and that I did not work in concert with or in cooperation with anyone else, including current or past employees of Mars Hill or Pastor Mark Driscoll,” Dean posted on his blog Tuesday.

“I operated on my own accord, without their knowledge, and without their authority.

I exercised terrible judgment and I regret my decisions.” Craig Gross, founder of xxx.church.org, says he bought the list at Dean’s urging. He checked with American Express after receiving the refund, which traced the funds back to Dean’s cell phone. In his second apology, Dean said that he has been in contact with the volunteers in charge of shutting down Mars Hill and selling its assets.

He said it was first offered for sale in January, along with a Twitter account, a series of websites, and other assets from the Resurgence conferences run by Driscoll. “Under no compulsion other than my conscience and the Holy Spirit, I have admitted in detail my wrongdoing and repented to current Mars Hill leadership, and by God’s grace I have received their unconditional forgiveness,” he said.

“I am also very sorry to everyone on the email list and I please ask for your forgiveness as well.” He added: “Please note that any further use of this list is forbidden and would be illegal without the permission of Mars Hill Church.” ----- [Original deck: Craig Gross on XXXchurch email blast to Resurgence list: ' They sold us your email for a penny.'] Among the assets left over from the collapse of Mars Hill Church were several church buildings, a legacy website, and an email list with tens of thousands of church leaders and pastors.