Tag: doctrine

United in God

Here’s a link to a pertinent post from Methodist Life. There’s a reference in that item to decisions we must make soon as traditional Methodists. Our annual conference leaders continue to emphasize an onerous process for churches wanting to go to the Global Methodist… Continue Reading “United in God”

Peaceful, Easy Agreements

I am assuming in this scenario that liberals and conservatives are still diligently caring for each other even as we disagree and move to separate.

Toward Mutual Care, Pt. 2

By Chuck Griffin Holston WCA Chair Part Two of Three Previously, I talked about changing our mindsets, accepting the denominational split likely to come and moving toward mutual care for one another as the situation develops. Here are two broad ideas Holston progressives, centrists… Continue Reading “Toward Mutual Care, Pt. 2”

The Church Is of God: A Glimpse of Hope in a Time of Struggle

From Holston WCA Board Member Brad Scott, via his “Encouraging Word” blog: “The Church Is of God: A Glimpse of Hope in a Time of Struggle”

So This Is Not a New Problem?

19th Century Quote from Baptist Preacher Charles H. Spurgeon: “The preservation of a denominational association when it is powerless to discipline heretics cannot be justified on the grounds of the preservation of ‘Christian unity.’ It is error which breaks the unity of churches, and… Continue Reading “So This Is Not a New Problem?”