Our Purpose 


Confessing faith in Jesus Christ as Son, Savior, and Lord, The Confessing Movement exists to help retrieve and celebrate the Church’s classic biblical and doctrinal identity and to live it out together as followers of Jesus Christ.

This task is critically important in our relativistic age, which insists that every individual come to her or his own personal truth, morality, and understanding of righteousness. Within the United Methodist Church, this situation has often led to the promotion of political ideologies and personal agendas overlaid with religious veneers, positions frequently in opposition to the historic biblical and doctrinal teachings of the faith. 

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May 2020

Confessing Movement

Prayer Calendar

CM Executive Director's Comments

on the Death of George Floyd

Words are not adequate to express the remorse and pain I feel regarding the indefensible brutal death of George Floyd.  In light of this tragedy, I could not stay silent.  Peaceful protest is understandable as the black community is counting on each and every one of us to speak out against police brutality, racism, and to bring real and lasting change.  All attitudes and acts of prejudice and hatred are unacceptable.  All are worthy in the eyes of God.


We pray for the family of George Floyd, for all of those who have felt marginalized and forgotten, for the police officers and their families who continue to faithfully serve and protect during these difficult times and for a world desperately in need of the saving grace of Jesus Christ.  May the Holy Spirit fill our hearts with love, kindness, respect for one another, and a desire to do better as a society.


God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. Psalm 46:1


Patricia Miller

Executive Director

Breaking News:

New Methodist Wesleyan Movement Announced

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The Confessing Movement Board of Directors on

"Reimagining the Passion of a Global Wesleyan Movement " 



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