How the COVID-19 Pandemic is Going to Reveal the Dark Flaws and Systemic Issues of Evangelical Christianity

The COVID-19 pandemic is going to reveal the dark problems and systemic issues of evangelicalism. In the next couple of years some of the ordinary problems inside evangelicalism are going to be magnified as the system reacts to stress. Narcissism that puts people’s health in jeopardy and obsession with money will be an issue. Also expect to see many church plants be disrupted and closed. In a couple of years I would like to re-visit this post and re-examine some of the claims I am making today. Continue reading

Is Redeemer Arlington Planning Another Church Plant in the Washington, D.C. Area? Is Marshall Griffin Being Allegedly Trained to be a Spiritual Abuser?

Marshall Griffin is one of the newest additions to Eric Simmons and Jordan Kauflin’s Redeemer Arlington. Griffin as a pastoral resident came to Redeemer from John McGowan’s Restoration City Church. Indicators point to Redeemer working on another church plant probably to be led by Marshall Griffin. This article raises concerns about a cult like entity engaging in church planting and more spiritual abuse occurring. Continue reading

In Order to Understand Evangelical Culture One Should Cease Reading their Bible and Read George Orwell Instead

In order to understand evangelical Christian culture one should read, study and pay attention to the themes from George Orwell in his classic novels. The themes of corruption, totalitarianism, censorship, blind loyalty, and more are used to paint warning to society. Because remember comrade, while all animals are equal some like your pastor are more equal than others.  Continue reading

Thabiti Anyabwile is the Keynote Speaker at the New City Network Gala at the Museum of the Bible in October of 2019

The New City Network – the church planting arm of McLean Bible is having their annual gala at the Museum of the Bible on October 11, 2019. Thabiti Anyabwile of Anacostia River Church is the key note speaker. New City Network is going to celebrate some of the church planting they have done. This blog would like to ask them, amidst the scandal and corruption what exactly is there to celebrate? Continue reading

When a Church Plant is the Fruit of Sin. Looking at Aaron Nichols Mosaic City Church as Supported by Kenji Adachi’s All People’s Community Church

Can a church plant be the fruit of sin? Recently the New City Network of McLean Bible planted Mosaic City Church in a trendy and hopping area of Fairfax, Virginia. One of the partnering churches is Kenji Adachi’s All Peoples Community Church which was sponsored by Fellowship Memphis. Fellowship Memphis covered up the voyeurism and child pornography of its worship pastor Rick Trotter back in 2010 and it broke in 2016. Does the planting of churches that have connections to Fellowship Memphis reveal or show how the Southern Baptist Convention is struggling with sex abuse or sex crimes? These are questions that need to be asked. 

Continue reading

An Open Letter to Kenji Adachi (Senior Pastor of Acts 29 All Peoples Community Church in Fairfax, Virginia on my Concerns about your Fellowship Memphis Training and Other Issues)

This is an open letter to Kenji Adachi of All Peoples Community Church in Fairfax, Virginia. This looks at an Acts 29 church that was planted with help by Fellowship Memphis. Fellowship Memphis had a deeply disturbing scandal that allegedly involved voyeurism and child pornography. Where does Kenji stand on the situation? This also looks at other issues and his authoritarian behavior on Twitter. The Wondering Eagle will be writing a lot about this church in the course of time.  Continue reading

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. Does this new church illustrate how church planting is becoming a modern form of idolatry? Plus Fellowship Memphis is one of the sending churches and the question must be asked. Is a church that allegedly destroyed child pornography now duplicating itself in the Washington, D.C. area? Continue reading