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Another Look at Ordination???

February 5, 2013


The North Pacific Union Conference recently published a pro-women’s ordination article in the Gleaner (conference magazine).  John McVay tried to present an argument for women’s ordination, but failed to include a strong Biblical foundation.  Read John McVay’s article here    In response to the North Pacific Union Conference’s push to embrace this unBiblical teaching, 28+ pastors stood […]

Theology of Ordination Study Committee Update

January 21, 2013


As some of you know, the General Conference has assembled a committee to develop a theological statement for ordination.  Members of the Theology of Ordination Study Committee (TOSC) ended its first session—held January 15-17 at a meeting site near the church’s world headquarters in Silver Spring, Maryland, United States—on an optimistic note. [READ ADVENTIST REVIEW […]

Arrogance, Rebellion, & Women’s Ordination

October 11, 2012


I watched the below video that was produced by Spectrum (Liberal Adventist Magazine and Blog) and can describe it with these five words… Arrogance, Rebellion, and Women’s Ordination.  The female pastor in the video seems to be doing some productive work as a pastor (which a good male pastor could also do), but she sounds very […]

Women’s Ordination Update

September 22, 2012


Our Church is currently being attacked by the devil through a move to destroy God-given gender roles.  God, in His great wisdom, established specific gender roles at the fall of Adam and Eve to help create a little peace in a world quickly slipping into chaos.  As humans we are all equal, but as man […]

The Adventist Family – Part 2

August 25, 2012


QUESTION #1 – What does a Christian family looks like? [CLICK HERE] QUESTION #2 – What does an Adventist Christian family look like? Hearts that are filled with the love of Christ can never get very far apart. Religion is love, and a Christian home is one where love reigns and finds expression in words […]

Pacific Union Conference Vote Fails by 1%

August 23, 2012


An Empty Victory for the PUC Majority – A Feminine Perspective So when the vote to change the bylaws failed by one percent, some delegates noted an audible groan in the room. Why? Continuing to vote the second motion was, at that point, an empty victory. After all, the PUC was already ordaining female pastors…. […]

Gender Matters

August 21, 2012


Author: Pastor Chris, USA Gender Matters:  One very important thing social engineers of the 21st century have failed to remember. Apparently a radical feminist group has identified the enemy, and it is…LEGOs? What caused the controversy? Recently the new “LEGO Friends”, which were designed to appeal to little girls, hit the market. According to the […]