Union Says “No” to Women’s Ordination

Posted on May 5, 2012


When it comes to Women Ordination, only one Union has stood up for Jesus and His truth. 

Southern Union Conference says no to women’s ordination. The executive committee voted Thursday to keep in harmony with the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s decision not to ordain women to the gospel ministry: “The Southern Union Conference, following the scriptural mandate of the priesthood of all believers, intentionally chooses to continue its long-held commitment to supporting, encouraging, empowering, and celebrating the involvement of women in ministry. However, we will do so only in harmony with the Seventh-day Adventist World Church as expressed by actions taken during the General Conference in business session.”  [READ MORE]

Thank God, we still have Church leaders who are willing to follow God instead of man.  Let’s pray that the right people (in high places) will speak some Biblical reason to those who are pushing our Church towards open rebellion against God.  As Jesus said when tempted… “It is written!”

Instead of destroying God’s end time Church, we need to be building it up… beginning in the home.  If men are taught how to be Christ-like husbands and fathers, we would have no problem finding the right men to fill leadership roles in the Church.  I don’t know about you, but I think we need an Adventist Promise Keepers.  An Adventist movement for men that teaches them how to be spiritual leaders and holds them accountable to the wonderful truths God has blessed us with.   

Here is a video clip that was filmed at the 1995 General Conference of Seventh-Day Adventists in Utrecht.


Here is another article about Women Ordination from Adventist Review –> CLICK HERE