By Ryan McGreal Posted November 20, 2017 09:00:54 The Christian conservative church is in a state of turmoil.
The church board has been in a near stalemate since the church’s former president resigned in November amid a public backlash against his views.
A growing number of church members have been questioning the church board’s composition and how it’s being run.
The new president of the church, a former bishop who is now a lobbyist, has threatened to move the church out of its conservative stronghold.
“We’ve seen a number of changes in the church,” said Brian Henn, a church leader who helped lead the campaign to oust Bishop James P. Anderson.
“They’ve taken a number on the agenda and are looking to make a number more.
The agenda for the upcoming meetings is quite a bit different than what we’re used to.”
The board is split along ideological lines: the majority is made up of those who have endorsed Trump, and a small number of conservative members are represented by others.
Henn said the board is a “smaller group” than the ones that have pushed for a religious test for marriage.
He said the majority of the board has a Christian faith.
But there are also people who identify as atheists, agnostics and those who aren’t affiliated with any church.
“There are a lot of people who have some Christian beliefs, but they have a different view of what that is,” he said.
Henna has seen a growing number the number of people asking for the board to be removed, and he said they are “more than happy to see that.”
“If they think the church is being too conservative, that’s fine.
They are not in opposition to anything,” he added.
The board has faced a backlash against its current composition, which includes a majority of members who have voted to remove the church from its position as the nation’s largest Protestant denomination.
But Henn and others say the church needs to be reconstituted to represent the growing number who don’t support Trump.
The issue of the growing divide in the Christian conservative movement is a sensitive one.
“The church needs an identity.
It needs a voice, it needs a moral compass, and that compass is to have a Christian voice in society,” Henn told The Next Word.
“If we have a religious right, we’re going to be in trouble.”
Henn has been lobbying for the church to have the religious test as a requirement for church members to serve in the public sector, and has argued that many of the current members are not conservative enough.
Hennes campaign against the board’s new leadership, including a petition, has gained national attention, with more than 20,000 signatures.
The petition asks that the board be replaced by someone who shares the church members values and the values of their church, which would include a requirement to vote for the candidate that the church believes represents their beliefs.
The campaign has also attracted support from other churches, including the Baptist Convention and the Presbyterian Church.
The Christian right is the largest religious denomination in the U.S., and the American Family Association, a Christian group, endorsed Anderson in the 2016 election.
But the movement has become increasingly critical of the Republican president and his administration.
The Trump administration has gone after some evangelical pastors who support abortion rights, including leading pastor Billy Graham, who is among the leaders who support Trump’s ban on transgender people serving in the military.
The administration has also attacked the Southern Baptist Convention for its role in the creation of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which was a federal program that allows young immigrants who entered the country illegally to stay and work.
The group has also criticized the church for supporting Planned Parenthood, which is a provider of abortions and also provides medical care to the nation.
“This movement is growing and the president is a divisive figure,” Henna said.
“It is a very difficult time for Christians in the United States.”
Henna’s campaign to remove Anderson as church president has also brought a lot more attention to the board, which has been dealing with a string of high-profile resignations.
A year ago, Anderson resigned as the pastor of First Baptist Church in Dallas, the largest Christian church in the Dallas area.
Anderson had also been the church president for nearly four years.
Hennis’ campaign has been pushing for the resignation of the remaining board members.
“I think it is clear that this church needs some serious leadership and this board needs a lot less,” Hennes said.
He added that the move could result in the board being disbanded, which could further damage the church.
He believes that the Trump administration could be a threat to the church because of its opposition to abortion rights and LGBT rights.
HENN said the church has had to face its own challenges in recent years.
The current board is made of people that are all Christians, and I think that is very important,” Hens said.
But he said that the new board is also comprised of people with