EFCA SE District Superintendent inspired upon President Kevin Kompelien that the District Superintendents visit The Legacy Museum and the National Memorial for Peace and Justice in Montgomery, Alabama. As a result the EFCA leadership visited the museum and memorial to lynching victims in March of 2019. In a series of blog posts by both Kevin Kompelien and other EFCA leaders and personalities they reflect on the experience and the challenges that racial injustice poses today and how it needs to be dealt with. This ends with some suggestions for the EFCA on this topic. Continue reading
A tweet by the Slacktivist raises an important question about the EFCA denomination. As this blog writes about the EFCA I wanted to capture and add it to the blog. In dropping premillennialism is the EFCA being influenced by dominionism? Continue reading
At the EFCA’s Eastern District blog Dave Boerema of EFCA’s Apex Ministries wrote a post about mega churches. This blog suspects Boerema’s article is about David Platt’s McLean Bible. Dave Boerema glows over the mega church and talks about his personal repentance. In this troubling article he misses all the stories, scandals and problems that have occurred in mega churches. From Willow Creek to Harvest Bible Chapel to Mars Hill Seattle. This post will remind Dave Boerema of the facts. Continue reading
An open letter to Greg Strand. This is encouraging the EFCA to address the issue of D.A. Carson attacking a sexual assault victim in support of C.J. Mahaney. Its time for the EFCA to act and do the right thing. After all Al Mohler of the Southern Baptists has recanted and addressed the issue. Why is the EFCA staying silent?
This is a story of one couple’s experience in an EFCA Church in the Forest Lakes District of Wisconsin. Its a story of fundamentalism, Neo-Calvinist theology and yes a church that later on even protested other events of worship. This is a guest post from Nyssa who is blogging this on her own blog. Continue reading
On February 6, 2019 the EFCA is holding their next theology conference at Trinity International University. The conference lasts for three days and the theme is The Doctrine of Creation. This post is a review of the theology conference and its speakers. Continue reading
This is a Christmas post to draw attention to two articles I saw in the EFCA. The articles deal with Advent and Christmas by Greg Strand and Kelley Johnson. In the holiday season I wanted to share two gems that I found. The EFCA does have pockets of good inside of it. This is an example of that as discovered here at this blog.