This post contains both the membership covenant and membership requirements for Bryan Laughlin’s Acts 29 Remnant Church in Richmond, Virginia. The first one is a 28 page document from 2013, while the second is 32 pages and from 2017. As you study this you should ask the following question. Would you sign this? Why or why not? What are the issues with this covenant? Are you joining a church or are you becoming a slave in the heart of the capitol of the former Confederacy?
“If slavery is not wrong, nothing is wrong.”
“Now I’ve been free, I know what a dreadful condition slavery is. I have seen hundreds of escaped slaves, but I never saw one who was willing to go back and be a slave.”
So Christ has truly set us free. Now make sure that you stay free, and don’t get tied up again in slavery to the law.
Galatians 5:1 NLT
Doug Ponder and Josh Soto at Remnant Church.
The Wondering Eagle has been writing about Bryan Laughlin’s Acts 29 Remnant Church in Richmond, Virginia. You can read the original post in, “The Disturbing and Cult-Like Behavior of Acts 29 Remnant Church in Richmond, Virginia is Adversely Affecting Lives.” Below in the link you will see the 28 page membership commitment. It includes the description of its theology as well as membership covenant and giving commitments. Let’s have a discussion on this Acts 29 church’s membership requirements. When you read this document what goes through your mind? What are the issues, concerns or problems in this membership process? Are you becoming a member or are you becoming a slave? I wrote about Neo-Calvinist membership covenants in, “Neo-Calvinist Membership Covenants: The New Berlin Wall Amidst a Theological Cold War?” This is the membership reading packet for Remnant Church which is from 2013. Remnant Church – Membership Reading Packet (1) The next one is from 2017 and was expanded to 32 pages. When you line up the two documents what do you see? Remnant_Membership_Packet