Monthly Archives: May 2018

Offended by Obedience

Offended by Obedience I received an email this week from the Conference Committee on Resolutions.  It seems that the resolutions we have sent for the consideration of the Annual Conference may have caused some offense…. The committee voted to declare … Continue reading

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Resolute Obedience 8

This final resolution might seem a bit ridiculous—that we would have to vote on whether we believe Scripture to be… Scripture, but the truth is, many in the UMC have decided to vote these passages out.  My heart in all … Continue reading

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Resolved Obedience 6

Resolved Obedience 6 Desperate to save the institution of the United Methodist Church, our Bishops coined a phrase #BetterTogether.  Evidently, the concern for a supposed unity is more important than Scriptural integrity.  How do I know that?  Because our Bishops … Continue reading

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Resolute Obedience

Resolute Obedience It is amazing what we blame on God…  When a tornado blows up, it is often called “an act of God.”  When people embrace and justify lifestyles that are clearly contradictory to Scripture, the explanatory phrase is usually, … Continue reading

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