Thank you to everyone who attended the Special Church Conference at Buncombe Street on Sunday,…
|We invite you to join us in viewing a six-part video series created by Rev. Rob Renfroe. In this series, Rev. Renfroe explains the theological and spiritual issues surrounding the division within the United Methodist Church. |
Each part of the series is 15 minutes or less. The first part is called “The United Methodist Church is Divided and Dividing“.
Below are links to the series. We believe it to be one of the most accurate and easily understood explanations of the evolution of the UMC. The series makes clear why it is necessary that Buncombe Street church and all other traditional UMC congregations must act now in order to continue to worship in a traditional church.
Please be aware that there is a strategy on the part of the UMC to delay disaffiliation decisions until the 2024 General Conference. Fortunately (and intentionally), we are voting as a congregation on October 30, 2022.
For a clear understanding of the necessity of holding a vote in 2022 and the reasons behind the UMC delays, we encourage you to watch video #5 – Why It’s Time for Traditionalists to Leave – if you don’t have time to watch all 6 videos.
#1 The United Methodist Church is Divided and Dividing (12 min) An overview of the theological and spiritual issues that divide our denomination.
#2 Our Differences Regarding the Bible (15 min) How divergent views about the Bible divide the United Methodist Church.
#3 Our Differences Regarding Jesus (16 min) How differing views about Jesus divide the United Methodist Church.
#4 Our Differences Regarding Sexuality (16 min) How United Methodism’s departure from traditional views on marriage and sexuality has divided the United Methodist Church.
#5 Why It’s Time for Traditionalists to Leave (13:49 min) Why it is necessary for traditionalist congregations to make an expeditious exit from the United Methodist Church.
#6 Where Should We Go? (14:13 min) The Rev. Rob Renfroe makes the case for moving from the United Methodist Church to the Global Methodist Church.
About Reverend Rob Renfroe
Reverend Renfroe has been the President and Publisher of Good News since 2009. He has been involved in United Methodist renewal and reform for many years, having served as the President of the Board of Directors of The Confessing Movement within the UMC before taking the leadership role at Good News.
Rob is also the pastor of adult discipleship at The Woodlands United Methodist Church in The Woodlands, Texas. At his local church, Rob is charged with helping all adult members of the church to grow in their faith, to discover their calling, and to find a place to serve Christ and others.
Rob, a graduate of Rice University and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, has served The Woodlands United Methodist Church for 16 years. Rob and his wife, Peggy, have two sons, Stephen and Ian.