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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Thank you to everyone who joined us Saturday, August 28, 2021, for The Confessing Movement webinar where we discussed the future of the UMC, the Protocol of Reconciliation and Grace Through Separation, and the proposed Global Methodist Church.
If you were unable to join us or would like to share a recording of the webinar with others,
The Transitional Leadership Council, a 17 member team of theologically conservative Methodists which included members outside the US, has released information on a proposed new Methodist denomination - the Global Methodist Church. Confessing Movement Executive Director Patricia Miller and Steve Taylor, Confessing Movement Board Member, have participated in the development of this information over the past year. It is the Council's desire for the UMC General Conference to adopt the Protocol for Reconciliation and Grace through Separation, allowing the new denomination to begin the transition.
To learn more go to www.globalmethodist.org.
Disappointment, Expectation and Hope:
Confessing Movement Response to
General Conference Announcements
Coalition of Traditional Leaders Continues to Support
the Protocol for Reconciliation and
Grace through Separation
A group of traditionalists who first met in Atlanta in March 2020, has been working prayerfully and diligently since to "cast a vision for a new traditional expression of Methodism." This group continues to support the Protocol for Reconciliation and Grace Through Separation and is preparing for a new, traditional, global Methodist Church upon the Protocol's passing.
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