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How the Threat of God's Wrath is Used to Silence Abuse Victims - on A Cry for Justice blog

Originally posted on A Cry For Justice: In following the story of Marie Notcheva over at Wartburg Watch, I read the following comment by a “friend” of Marie’s on Facebook.

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Meet our Church Planters

Hey Redeemer Church,

Because of your generosity, we get the privilege of being apart of Acts 29 and impacting the Kingdom through powerful church plants. Take a look at this update from Acts 29 and get a glimpse into some of the leaders and families involved in these church plants so that we can be further connected and pray with intentionality. 286 more words

Mission

Analyzing the Growth of Neo-Calvinism/Reformed Theology in the Evangelical Free Church of America: Pacific Northwest District

Today I am unveiling the results of the growth of Neo-Calvinism/Reformed theology in the Pacific Northwest District of the Evangelical Free Church of America. This is the eighth district I have analyzed and I will now move onto the Forrest Lakes District. 1,765 more words

Neo-Calvinism

Zack McCoy of Houston's Redemption Church Asks What do you Believe?

A post from the blog of Redemption Church in Houston, Texas about what do you believe is the subject of today’s post. Redemption is one of the newest Evangelical Free Church plants in the Texas and Oklahoma District. 2,290 more words

Evangelical Issues

Drill Deep. Reach Wide. Healthy local churches and global mission

The critical question in church planting is not primarily why we plant, much less how we plant, but what we plant. Not to put too fine a point on it, we already have too many of some kinds of churches! 530 more words

One of the Alleged Victims of Acts 29 Fellowship Memphis Comes Forward; We Should All Support this Brave Woman

One of the victims from Acts 29 Fellowship Memphis goes public and talks about how the church leadership allegedly handled the cover up of Rick Trotter. 872 more words

Evangelical Issues

When Neo-Calvinist Church Planting Becomes Idolatry: Kenji Adachi and All Peoples Community Church

Recently Kenji Adachi launched All Peoples Community Church in the Washington, D.C. area of Fairfax, Virginia. Is this new church illustrate how church planting is becoming a modern form of idolatry? 2,262 more words

Evangelical Issues