Seeking a tribe, megachurch weighs its Anabaptist optionsBy Kelli Yoder Mennonite World Review
The church has a few more questions about culture, theology and organizational structure — and about baggage.
“I just want to find out more about what are the family feuds,” Boyd said. He wants to make sure some of the practices they bring in — like ordaining women — will be acceptable.
Eddy said Woodland Hills might want to partner with more than one denomination.
Boshart said he wouldn’t have a problem with that.
“What we really want,” Eddy said, “is to find a real relationship with a body of believers that is mutually enriching and supportive and shares the same vision of the kingdom that we do.”
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