Christ Community Church, an EFCA Church in the Kansas City, and Kansas area canceled services to love their neighbor in the COVID-19 pandemic. Tom Nelson and Nathan Miller explain the reasons behind the move. Also Andrew Jones from Christ Community Church in Leawood, Kansas writes a troubling blog post about COVID-19 and God. For me its a reminder as to why I could not be Calvinist in my theology. Continue reading
Benjamin Vrbicek was ordained in a special service at Community Evangelical Free Church of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on January 19, 2020. Benjamin has the historical distinction of being the first amillennial pastor ordained nationally since the EFCA dropped its statement on premillennialism at EFCA One in 2019. This blog wanted to document these events and wish Benjamin and Community Evangelical Free Church of Harrisburg well. Continue reading
This blog is going to write about the Matt Chandler and Steve Timmis situation. But before I get into that I want to reflect on the issue of control inside Acts 29. From Hawaii, Washington, D.C., South Carolina, Virginia, and Missouri this blog has told and been aware of the issue of control at Acts 29 churches. This blog is equally concerned with organizations like the Sojourn Network that splintered off Acts 29 years ago having control issues as well. Control is in the DNA of the Acts 29 network and that is why it should be rejected. Continue reading
A former attender of Bill Riedel’s Redemption Hill Acts 29/Evangelical Free leaves a concerning review on Google about issues in this church. This blog would like to get more information about what was posted and is asking for former members of Redemption Hill to contact The Wondering Eagle. My email is in this post. Continue reading
Bill Riedel of Acts 29 Redemption Hill in Washington, D.C. wrote a post about pastors and their changing seasons. The post at The Gospel Coalition had some issues and this blog would like to point them out. While this post sounds good on paper, the reality is that in life what is written about here is not practiced by Acts 29 which is known for their control and spiritual abuse. Continue reading
One of the issues inside the EFCA is that of the Neo or New Calvinists. Calvinism had led to a lot of division over the course of time. Recently one person who saw their church affected by Calvinism had an email exchange with Greg Strand on the topic. After I read it I asked for permission to publish it to this blog.
This is an open letter to Neal Brower who leads the Western District of the EFCA. This blog would like to ask him, why can’t he take spiritual abuse in the Acts 29 network seriously? As the Western District is working to plant an Acts 29 church in San Francisco this blog has deep concerns. Continue reading