The Denominational Dilemma
The United Methodist Church is going through a difficult season. The denomination has become deeply divided around issues related to the inspiration and authority of scripture, the person and work of Jesus Christ, human sexuality, etc.
The Chapin UMC position (adopted by unanimous vote of the Church Council on September 18, 2018).
A Pastoral Response to the release of “The Protocol of Reconciliation and Grace through Separation.”
Latest Update. (read the update here)
UM Fallout: A Compendium
Links to many articles, etc., providing a wealth of information related to the ongoing crisis in the UMC.
The Wesleyan Covenant Association
The Wesleyan Covenant Association (WCA) connects Spirit-ﬁlled, orthodox churches, clergy, and laity who hold to Wesleyan theology. It is an association of individuals and congregations who share a common understanding of our Wesleyan doctrine and a desire to become a vibrant, faithful, growing 21st century church. In light of the widely endorsed Protocol for Reconciliation and Grace through Separation, The WCA believes The United Methodist Church will be the first old mainline Protestant denomination to reach an amicable separation over matters that have divided the church for decades. Although they regret separation, they affirm it’s a necessity for the sake of the greater mission of the church universal. The Wesleyan Covenant Association is a global connection of local churches, laity, clergy, and regional chapters that seeks to partner with like-minded orthodox Christians to build a new Global Methodist Church.
Good News Magazine Online
Since 1967, Good News has been the classical evangelical witness and ministry for renewal and reform within The United Methodist Church. Their mission is to lead all people within The UMC to the faithful and vibrant practice of orthodox Wesleyan Christianity. Good News is:
- Centered on Christ
- Faithful to the Scriptures
- Committed to the Kingdom
Good News is a voice for repentance, an agent for reform, and a catalyst for renewal within our denomination.
They are committed to leading United Methodists to a faithful future.