Pro-Homosexual Group Coming To Nazarene Theological Seminary May 10-12

If the hosting of a pro-homosexual group at a seminary does not bother the conscience of a member of the Nazarene denomination, then perhaps nothing will.  If my Nazarene friends remain silent because of this story, then they could well remain silent for anything else. If the reaction of anyone reading this is to condemn or rebuke me or anyone else for exposing evil, then you have some serious praying to the Lord to do. And if a Nazarene pastor reading this decides to remain silent, then perhaps he ought to give up his credentials and stop preaching.

Recently, it was a pro same sex marriage theologian, Willie James Jennings, speaking at an event sponsored by Nazarene Theological Seminary (NTS). Jennings is a theologian who is in favor of same sex marriage. Homosexuality is an abomination according to God’s word, but that did not stop the seminary from bringing in a speaker who rejects Holy Scripture.

Love Wins LGBT Scheduled To Be AT NTS on May 10-12, 2022

In the link at the end, you will see that the seminary is now welcoming an organization (Love Wins LGBT) that is pro-homosexual.  And once again I ask, “where is the leadership?”  This all is happening right under the noses of those who are charged to guide the denomination spiritually. Is it possible that some of them actually approve of this abomination? And as you will see, former General Superintendent Jesse Middendorf is right in the middle of the movement to normalize homosexuality in the Church of the Nazarene.

Love Wins LGBT is a group that claims to be a Wesleyan-Holiness movement, but it is not.  It is a façade, a charade. It is a group which I believe is pushing for normalization of homosexuality within the Church of the Nazarene. The leader of Love Wins:LGBT is Andy (Anderson) McGee, who is “pastor” of Trinity Family Mid_Town Church of the Nazarene in Kansas City, KS. I have written several post about this “pastor” and his pro-homosexual agenda.

Andy has supported gay activists who promote same sex marriage, praised a “gay Christian” conference, praised a racist organization, praised the National Coming Out Day, and has testified that he is bi-sexual. When you study more and more of his ministry, you will notice that there is never any mention of Jesus Christ helping those in the homosexual community to be freed from their slavery to homosexuality. You can read more about Andy and his methods here and here.

In this podcast, listen to Andy McGee’s version of his “gospel: Anderson On Being Queer In Ministry (with Bekah)

Note the following excerpt from an announcement by Andy’s ministry:

Love Wins: LGBT is officially partnering with Praxis (formerly known as the Center for Pastoral Leadership) at Nazarene Theological Seminary to bring this conference to life and help ensure that the information shared at the conference is available to anyone who desires access to it.

In February of 2022, NTS officially relaunched the CPL with the name “Praxis” – a term used to describe a church’s ongoing life that moves between study/reflection and engagement/action; each movement informs the other. This strategic renaming broadens the CPL’s scope to better serve the life of the Church in the 21st Century.

Nazarene Theological Seminary’s vision to provide lifelong learning and encourage leadership in the local church became a reality with the formation of the Center for Pastoral Leadership in 2014. Under the leadership of Dr. Jesse Middendorf and the Rev. Dana Preusch, the Center has provided thousands of hours of lifelong learning and thoughtful resources, events, and support to Nazarene clergy in the USA/Canada region and beyond. Praxis will build on and expand this work.

Once again, one of the usual suspects in this movement to normalize homosexuality within the Church of the Nazarene is Jesse Middendorf, a former General Superintendent. To think that a man who was in the highest office of the Nazarene denomination has been one of the leading promoters of Andy’s “ministry” should be quite concerning.

A notable speaker at the conference is Antonie Holleman, District Superintendent of Netherlands District Church of the Nazarene.  The Holland district has already been shown to have churches that bless same sex unions.  A few years back, I sent a warning to the General Superintendents about this, and about a Nazarene pastor in that district who admitted to blessing same sex unions. I never got a response, and as far as I know, that pastor is still active in the district. See my report here.

This movement is not new.  I recall in the General Assembly at Indiana, in 2013, when I attended a session run by Andy. A Nazarene pastor at the end of the session spoke accurately and faithfully of how Christ can change anyone from whatever wrong lifestyle that dishonored God.  I recall yelling out “Amen!” after he spoke, and I was met with disapproval by several people around me, including some Nazarene pastors. The state of the denomination is most likely worse now than it was back then.

Will there be any righteous voices speaking out amongst the leadership of the church?  I believe there are some, but there needs to be more. But if this ignoring of the situation continues on, it will spell doom for a denomination which says much about holiness, but surely is not doing enough of a job of rebuking those who are “lovers of themselves” and who worship the created instead of the Creator.

Personal Thoughts

I am not trying to necessarily convince Nazarenes to leave the denomination. I simply want to encourage them to do the right thing. The right thing may be different for each person, but the wrong thing is to ignore it all. Perhaps you will have had enough, and leave the denomination.  Perhaps you are part of a faithful Nazarene church, and you won’t abandon faithful pastors.  Perhaps you will join the fight and try to bring the denomination back to its holiness roots, which it seems to be abandoning. But why would you want to remain silent and allow the church to slide more into heresy?

In Galatians 4:16, the Apostle Paul asked the churches in Galatia a question. “Have I therefore become your enemy because I tell you the truth?”  What good does it do if someone has cancer, but the doctor does not say a word about it to the patient?  Why are some Nazarenes determined to protect the reputation of a denomination that is proclaiming holiness on the outside, but inwardly is rotting with spiritual cancer?

In Galatians 1:6-10, the Apostle Paul writes about what is going on within the church:

I marvel that you are turning away so soon from Him who called you in the grace of Christ, to a different gospel, which is not another; but there are some who trouble you and want to pervert the gospel of Christ. But even if we, or an angel from heaven, preach any other gospel to you than what we have preached to you, let him be accursed. As we have said before, so now I say again, if anyone preaches any other gospel to you than what you have received, let him be accursed. 10 For do I now persuade men, or God? Or do I seek to please men? For if I still pleased men, I would not be a bondservant of Christ.

When Ezekiel was charged by God to warn the people about any coming danger, the Lord clearly stated the consequences.  If Ezekiel would listen to God, and warn the people, he then would not be held responsible if the people perished.  But if he failed to warn the people, and one single person perished, he would be held equally responsible for failing to do his duty. That is what I am doing, and others are doing as well.  We are being faithful by warning the people of the danger.

I’ve been rebuked and condemned by some Nazarenes for distributing negative information (warning the people) about things going wrong in the Church of the Nazarene. So have many others who are still Nazarenes who have been warning others within the denomination. Instead of raising the alarm, or contacting those in leadership to ask questions, many Nazarenes are treating the messengers as if they are doing something un-Christian!

Many Nazarenes are either turning away to a different gospel, or they are totally ignoring the danger.  They seem to say “as long as it’s not in my backyard or church” then I don’t care. Meanwhile, apostate pastors-to-be are being groomed at Nazarene Theological Seminary to lead more sheep astray.  They will be wolves in sheep’s clothing, leading many to hell because of a false gospel.  And the Nazarenes who refuse to learn biblical discernment will be spiritually shipwrecked.

In Proverbs 27:6, the writer states that “Faithful are the wounds of a friend,
But the kisses of an enemy are deceitful.”  Would you rather be lied to?  Or would you rather know the truth?

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9 responses to “Pro-Homosexual Group Coming To Nazarene Theological Seminary May 10-12

  1. hermano, la situacion no difiere de america latina, un evangelio que solo se preocupa por ser mega iglesia, pero del estudio de la palabra a profundidad es desconocida, yo me bautice en la nazareno, pero me retire porque ya no estaba de acuerdo con mis convicciones, usted permanece en la lucha, Dios le de fuerzas para tomar la mejor de las decisiones.

    Brother, the situation is no different from Latin America, a gospel that only cares about being a mega church, but from the in-depth study of the word it is unknown, I was baptized in the Nazarene church, but I left because it no longer agreed with my convictions. You remain in the fight, God give you strength to make the best of decisions.

  2. Thank you for posting this information. Hopefully & prayerfully this will open eyes and ears to the rot that is continuing to happen in the Nazarene Church…Also praying that your post will cause others to dig deeper by doing their own research to discover the truth.

    Here is a link to get started. Bekah Mason is with Nazarene pastor/elder Anderson McGee aka Andy McGee. I understand that Bekah Mason is the Executive Director at the controversial Revoice:

    Vicky J.

  3. You’re violating one of the Ten Commandments by bearing false witness. Repent, or you’ll wind up in hell.

  4. I haven’t heard from you in a while, Joe Foltz. You are a part of the problem, and you have done quite a bit to contribute to the apostasy in the denomination. It seems that you ought to repent. Judgment is coming from the Lord.

  5. According to Nazarene pastor Anderson McGee’s podcast interview/talk with Bekah Mason, all the Nazarene leaders know and are in agreement:

    If you listen to all of this, you will hear Anderson McGee aka Andy McGee say the following:

    That he was the only “out” clergy within the Church of the Nazarene. — But now there are two others who have emerged also doing ministry. —

    These consider themselves “forerunners” (according to Andy) and he agreed with Bekah Mason, Executive Director of Revoice, when she referred to them as “Ice Breaker Ships”. I believe this means to break the ice where everyone else (all the other LGBTQ+) can get through.

    Andy & Bekah talk about the blessings that queer people bring to the church. — That the queers are teaching churches what a family looks like.

    Andy says that 80% of his church is LGBTQ+

    By the way, Revoice is very controversial & Anderson aka Andy McGee is a promoter of Revoice, has been a panelist at their conference & promotes Revoice keynote speakers & authors:

  6. I want to thank you for your ongoing efforts at keeping us informed about the changes taking place in the Nazarene church. My wife and I have spent many years in the Nazarene church, me from birth and my wife from a young age. We are both ENC graduates and served the Lord through the church for much of our adult life. Unfortunately, the church we served then is not the same as the church today. We left the Naz church for good about 6 years ago and each email sent out by Reformed Nazarene has only served to confirm our decision to leave. It has been a very sad experience to see “our” church literally falling apart and wandering away from its Holiness heritage. Over the years I have seen other mainline churches leave their roots and more importantly God’s Word to become secular and worldly, but I never thought it could/would happen to the Naz church. Your many emails, although very disturbing and discouraging, have been used to open the eyes of so many people to what is going on in the church. You have been a watchman and for that we are very grateful. Thank you for your discernment, your time and energy spent in composing and sending out this information, and your commitment to the truth. May God continue to bless you as you remain faithful to Him.

    In Jesus,

    Tom Stanford

  7. Dear brother Tom,
    I had been thinking this week that maybe I am wasting my time. It began after I sent out this latest post. I thought that it’s been 13 years spent doing this, and what good has come of it? Thank you for the encouragement. Although no longer a Nazarene, I still love the people, I still have family who are Nazarenes. My dad was a holiness preacher and pastor for years as a Nazarene- it would have broken his heart to see these things happening.
    Although I have written less and less in the last few years, I am compelled at times to write something when it seems to be particularly egregious- and what can be worst than the seminary bringing in speakers who go against the holiness message the Nazarene church holds to?
    I suppose I will never give this up completely- unless the Lord tells me it’s time to stop. I pray that Spirit-led leaders in the denomination will truly standup, make their voices loud and clear that these things are not acceptable.
    Again, thank you for the encouragement. If my posts are still helping others, I will continue doing the best I can. My priority is leading my church now, but I will contribute here as much as possible.
    Glad bless you.

  8. I attend the Eureka IL Grace COTN. I’m beginning to get worried, I mean really worried that the church is going sour on the word of God. It appears to me the the big change started with the throwing away of the KJV of scripture. Then the influx of the contemporary music. Seldom do I hear Hymns anymore. It seams to be a big stage show. I believe we are witnessing the end of the church age. I am so ready for the rapture, and let God enact His 7 years of judgments.

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