From Remnant Church in Richmond to Fellowship Memphis in Tennessee, Does Acts 29 Exploit African-Americans in the Name of Racial Reconciliation?

The Wondering Eagle would like to ask the question. Is the Acts 29 network exploiting racial reconciliation as they do church plants? From Bryan Laughlin’s Remnant Church to John Bryson’s Fellowship Memphis I believe yes, Acts 29 is exploiting racial reconciliation. In cities that have struggled with their past, Acts 29 only functions like a leach in profiting off the situation. They use racial reconciliation to launch a plant and profit off the pain of a community.  Continue reading

Bryan Laughlin’s Remnant Allegedly Tells a Female She Can Not be a Police Officer; Examining Women in Law Enforcement and National Security Roles, Plus Does Acts 29 Deny the Story of Deborah?

At Bryan Laughlin’s Remnant in Richmond, Virginia this Acts 29 church allegedly intervened in the case of a covenant member who wanted to be a police officer. This post looks at that angle. In addition I look at the issue of women in law enforcement even to include those who died in serving their community. Plus women have also played a valuable role in national security positions in the United States government. Remnant’s theology is bad and harmful and hopefully this will give some of the women something to contemplate.  Continue reading

Robert Jeffress Believes that God has Given Donald Trump Authority to Wage War on the Korean Peninsula

The DMZ is probably one of the tensest locations on the planet where North and South Korea have faced each other down since 1953. Against a complicated foreign policy challenge Southern Baptist’s Robert Jeffress in the summer of 2017 claimed that God gave Donald Trump the authority to go to war and take out Kim Jung Un. This post is an overview of the Korean War, touches on Christian nationalism and asks the question. Is Robert Jeffress any different than Osama Bin Laden in making such claims? What could a Korean War look like in 2018 or 2019?   Continue reading

In Planting Remnant Why Did the Southern Baptist Plant a Church that Doesn’t Believe in Supporting Military Chaplains? Why did the SBC Help Plant a Church that Doesn’t Believe they’re Baptist?

Why is the SBC planting churches that undermine its own chaplaincy program? Why is the SBC planting churches that do not believe in the military chaplain? Why is the SBC planting churches that do not consider themselves to be Baptist? Does that make sense? Today’s article is questioning the relationship between Acts 29 and the SBC.  Continue reading

The Disturbing and Cult-Like Behavior of Acts 29 Remnant Church in Richmond, Virginia is Adversely Affecting Lives

Remnant Church in Richmond, Virginia is a key Acts 29 church in Virginia’s capitol and the East Coast of the United States. This is a look at a church that is allegedly trying to control communication with family members, as well as members accepting solid-paying jobs. In addition college students are stuck in harsh membership covenants where they are giving money to Remnant while struggling to make rent. This also looks at an Acts 29 church that allegedly does not believe in military chaplains at all. The Wondering Eagle poses the question as to why the Southern Baptist Convention is planting churches like Remnant? Who is going to help those forward deployed in combat zones such as Afghanistan and Iraq? What does the SBC Chaplaincy believe about churches like Remnant that are discouraging people from becoming military chaplains? Continue reading

An Overview of Military Chaplains: What they Do, Their Role in the United States Military and their History

This is an overview of military chaplains in the United States armed forces. In this post you will learn what military chaplains are and what they do. In the process you will learn about the Chaplain Corps from the Revolutionary War to the Iraq War. Included is the story of the famed four chaplains who sacrificed their life on the U.S.A.T Dorchester in World War II.  Continue reading