I'm Foursquare, and we as such don't have elders in our church; the pastor, staff and congregation help each other make decisions. Sometimes denominational rules and by-laws are good, if they are based on the Bible and interpreted correctly. We don't normally have scandals in Foursquare, and if there are any, they are handled according to Scripture. There was a couple that took over running Angelus Temple, and they tried to remodel it, including covering the mural on the wall with a sound-reflecting wall. Sister Aimee's son Rolf begged them not to do that to his mother's church, but was ignored. This couple were very headstrong and rebellious, and thankfully left after a few years. I met them once and spoke to them about this issue, and the husband was totally full of himself, and answered me in the old tells-you-to-go-to-hell-so-nicely-you-actually-look-forward-to-the-trip style. What a jerk.
We have someone better in their now, following God, and a benefit to Foursquare.