Thrivent claim struggle, What would Jesus say?, Jesus often quoted Old Testament, Thrivent core Christian values?, Answer in bible
“I worked at Thrivent Financial full-time (More than 8 years)” “Claims to be based on Christian values but does not adhere to them.”…Former Thrivent employee
“Companies And CEOs Rarely Admit To Wrongdoing”…NPR, Sept. 20, 2013
“And you shall know the truth, and the truth shall set you free.”…Jesus, John 8:32
My first claim experience with Thrivent was in 2001-2002.
I was criticized by Sandy Kruse then for quoting 3 bible verses.
Jesus often quoted the Old Testament.
My much larger, much more significant claims experience with Thrivent has been from 2009 on.
I have been put through hell without experiencing any blessings from Thrivent’s touted core Christian values.
I have been honest and timely with information required per the contract for the claim.
I have written Thrivent direct, had 2 attorneys write letters or represent me otherwise and have appealed multiple times in articles on the internet for Thrivent to do a proper investigation and realize the harm they have done to me.
I have also appealed directly to 2 Thrivent outside attorneys providing them with the true facts of the case and recently provided one with a heads up regarding the wacko “Alice in Wonderland” contract explanation sent to the NC Insurance Commission by a Thrivent employee.
The employee is Sandy Headington.
I even offered, in the spirit of compromise, Thrivent a face saving option, to engage me as a consultant to reveal serious flaws in their claims process.
“Pride goeth before destruction.” Proverbs 16:18
I have tried everything I can think of to get the attention of Thrivent, to get them to see the light, and to do the right thing.
I have tried to do the right thing.
How should disputes and offenses be dealt with
between believers in the church fellowship?
“In Matthew 18:15-17, Jesus established a procedure to be followed in the event that a brother would commit a sin or offense against another Christian. Many Christian scholars believe that this is one of the most neglected teachings of the entire Bible. It’s been said that if all believers would simply obey scripture, to go and confront their offenders in the manner Jesus gave, it would solve over half of all problems which exist in the church.
It is important to confront those brethren who have trespassed against us for the following five reasons:
(1) To resolve misunderstandings. Most offenses in the church result from misunderstandings and many could be quickly resolved if offended parties would just go to the source and find out the facts. Unfortunately, some offended people will just absorb the offense silently, while growing bitter and resentful. It is important to God, and a matter of obedience to His Word, that such issues are confronted.
(2) To maintain peace in the body of Christ (Eph. 4:1-3). Whenever there is friction and turmoil between believers it affects the whole body. It hinders people from entering into worship and receiving from God’s Word. It creates an uninviting atmosphere for visitors in the church, it may hinder people from coming to Christ, and can even grieve the Holy Spirit (Eph. 4:30-32).
(3) So Satan cannot gain advantage over us (2 Cor. 2:10-11). For our own spiritual well-being, we must be quick to resolve our differences with brethren and forgive. Satan can hinder our spiritual life, and even deceive us into apostasy, through harbored bitterness or unforgiveness (Matt. 18:35).
(4) So that the offender is held accountable — to not repeat his actions to harm the faith of others (Matt. 18:6). Persons who bring offense against you are likely to repeat similar acts against others. Confronting their offensive behavior may cause them to restrain their actions from causing further offenses.
(5) To restore a fallen brother (Gal. 6:1). Christians must make every attempt to restore brethren who fall into sin. Especially when the transgression has been committed against us, our love for our brother’s spiritual well-being demands that we confront the brother so that he might be reconciled to God.
How to deal with the trespasser: The following scripture is how Jesus taught for Christians to confront those brethren who have wronged them.
Matthew 18:15 “Moreover if your brother sins against you, go and tell him his fault between you and him alone. If he hears you, you have gained your brother.
18:16 But if he will not hear you, take with you one or two more, that by the mouth of two or three witnesses every word may be established.
18:17 And if he refuses to hear them, tell it to the church. But if he refuses even to hear the church, let him be to you like a heathen and a tax collector.””
Are Sandy Kruse and Sandy Headington the same person?
Every internet search that I did revealed that Sandy Kruse was also referred to as Sandy Headington and vice versa. Sandy Headington is married. Same address.
Both Sandys apparently did not understand earned income in the context of the contract.
Sandy Kruse criticized my use of bible verses.
Sandy Headington totally misquoted the contract and then attacked me.
Core Christian values?
Sandy Headington, in her letter to the NC Insurance Commission, wrote:
“In 2018, Wells took to social media in an attempt to paint Thrivent in an unflattering light”
“Thrivent, through Attorney [redacted], has advised Wells to remove any and all postings designed to smear Thrivent’s name. Wells has been advised Thrivent will move forward with arbitration proceedings, including an injunction preventing further posting and any such action deemed appropriate based on Wells’s actions.”
From the Thrivent Code of Conduct:
“How might my behavior be perceived if it appeared in social media feeds, on the news or in tomorrow’s headlines?”