Annual Council 2019 From a Delegate's Viewpoint

I think there were only two individuals from North America and/or Europe, both lay members by the way, that spoke in favor of warning/reprimand. I was one of them.

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They Lost Their Voice: Annual Council 2019

What was expected to be a fairly reasonable issue became an emotional convulsion as liberals flooded the microphone to protest the notion of them not being able to flood the microphone. 

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What to Expect at Annual Council 2019

Daily agendas will be released on the Executive Committee Portal as they become available; they will also be distributed daily to attendees at the meetings. There are several interesting agenda items this year.

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Church Leadership and Lay Member Involvement (Conclusion)

In conclusion, we are seeing growing numbers of unfaithful leaders using a less than perfect governance system to their advantage.

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Beating A Dead Horse

The church needs to revisit the issues of male leadership in general and the ordination of women to local eldership positions specifically and make a definitive resolution on these issues. 

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Mark Finley Answers Myths About The Compliance Document

The proposed “warning” and “reprimand” are designed to enable entities to think of the seriousness of non-compliance to voted actions of the world church, and to encourage them to come back into harmony with the world church.

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A Surgeon Must Cut To Heal (summary of GCAC17)

To debate those who wish to rewrite Scripture—with policy alone—is abandoning the outer courtyard defenses of biblical truth and withdrawing to an inner citadel only to discover that the enemy has pursued and infiltrated us there. 

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