UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
DEFIES ITS FOUNDER JOHN WESLEY
By James Sundquist
As more Methodist Churches make a mockery of their own founder John Wesley by reading the Koran and reciting Islamic Prayers throughout the U.S., and well known partner of Rick Warren, Methodist leader Leonard Sweet tout Mohammad, the following letter of warning was sent to Pastor Steve Stone and staff members of still another Methodist Church inviting this false religion to conduct services in defiling its sanctuary. To date, none have repented who received the following warning letter, and their own pastor retaliated, gnashing his teeth at me. This article also serves as my response to his charges against me. His charges are posted at the end of this article. This report was sent to his District Superintendent, Dr. Cynthia Davis. No response! Here is proof of another Muslim leading congregation in Quran recitation from a Methodist pulpit:
Methodist churches compound their defiance of John Wesley by embracing Chrislam services:
and are on the LIST OF SIGNERS OF
“A CHRISTIAN RESPONSE TO ‘A COMMON WORD BETWEEN US AND YOU’”
[i.e. between CHRISTIANITY AND ISLAM]
CELEBRATE RECOVERY VS. SCRIPTURE
Chapter 8 Excerpt from WHO’S DRIVING THE PURPOSE DRIVEN CHURCH?
BY JAMES SUNDQUIST
Published by Southwest Radio Church Ministries
SINNERS-ANONYMOUS—IS THIS A BIBLICAL MODEL?
This morning I was curious why the word “anonymous” is in Alcoholics Anonymous, particularly since Anonymous groups are pillars in the PDC/CGM Theology through such programs as Celebrate Recovery. So I went to the AA website and found out. Something seemed rotten in the State of Denmark, but I could not quite put my finger on it. I knew the CGM/PDC has a host of Anonymous Programs in its churches and curriculum, including a sexaholics anonymous type of program. There are several problems I have with the program in general, Biblically speaking, such as we are “powerless.” Would a sex offender say he is powerless to obey God? Or if he has a victim mentality, would he say, “I just can’t help myself from molesting children”? These issues, including the concerns over “a higher power” are well known and addressed already. But the “anonymous” issue stuck in my craw. This was not as easy to discern, as there are issues of sin in our lives which could remain anonymous, or at least known to only those involved in the offense (both the perpetrator and the victim(s) and to one or more who are spiritual to help lead them to repentance.) But here is the major breakdown with “anonymous” regarding what the Bible says about it. Read more…