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Churches that can agree on a basic, consistent standard of clarity when it comes to their actively enforced policies, have something powerful in common while retaining critical distinctions such as denomination and even theology. READ MORE.
A Q & A with Abby Norman, a pastor at New Hope Atlanta (United Methodist Church), on the importance of clarity for Women in Leadership.
If you are a church that desires to court people who describe themselves as “progressive Christians” while failing to be clear about your policies, you are contributing to the same Celebrity Church wolf-in-sheep-clothing problem we frequently criticize, just in a more culturally palatable way.
The evangelical church industry has a problem with ambiguity — and not just when it comes to church policies for queer folks and women. It also extends to campus ministry evangelism and crisis pregnancy centers.
As a new freshman at Yale, Timothy White found a sense of spiritual community and belonging through the campus InterVarsity chapter, until after a year of involvement he was told he couldn't hold any leadership positions because he is gay.