ALBERITH believes that it is both wise and necessary that it—and those who work and serve on its behalf—should be held to the highest standards of moral, ethical, and intellectual integrity consistent with biblical teachings.

My wife and I live by a simple principle of accountability. We have, at all times, six persons to whom we have given the authority to check on and to call us to account for our conduct. If a complaint is ever made against us (thankfully, none so far) we direct them to these persons who then have the right to investigate the matter as they see fit and act accordingly, including the right to publish their findings against us.

I am in the process of finding a new home—an organization—and a younger person to lead in the further development of ALBERITH. In due time they would, I assume, publish their own policy of accountability.

Low Chai Hok