Why The Annual Council In October Will Probably Change Our Church Forever

The upcoming Annual Council in October is going to be a historical one.

No doubt the biggest issue to be dealt with will be what actions to take against the various insubordinate division and union leaders who have acted in direct opposition to the 2015 world church vote in San Antonio in regards to women's ordination.  Many church members do not realize how much is really at stake here regarding the unity of our church.  Fortunately, some do.

Unfortunately, many of the defiant leaders are already rising up in opposition to the possibility of accountability---by comparing General Conference (GC) leaders to Hitler or the papacy. 

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Now is the time to strengthen the hands of the faithful leadership at the GC in their attempts to preserve the biblical unity of our church thugh appropriate accountability and discipline.  If the insubordinate actions of these leaders goes unchecked, we set a historical precedent for all world church votes becoming absolutely useless.  

In response to this need, a new website has been established by Seventh-day Adventist members called UnityInTruth.com

Pastor Bohr interviews two key administrators of the website UnityInTruth.com.  In the interview they discuss:

How the website gives you, as a concerned church member, a voice, with specific, step-by-step instructions on what you can do.

How you can influence whether or not the unity of our church is preserved by replacing rebellious leadership in our church with faithful leadership at the Annual Council in October. 

How this website can be used to bring back the true unity that our church used to have---by dealing with other major brewing issues like homosexuality, rock music in worship, pastors baptizing people in open sin, and errors being taught in our magazines and universities.
In addition to tuning in to the interview, we encourage you to go to to see why this website is so important and what you can do.  

This is an unprecedented opportunity.  Separated we are weak, but when we---as faithful Seventh-day Adventist members---unite together in support of Biblical truth, we can make a difference!

Sign the Petition here.

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"Be diligent to know the state of your flocks, and attend to your herds" (Proverbs 27:23).