The Good News Movement is a voice for repentance, an agent for reform, and a catalyst for renewal within the United Methodist Church. By God’s grace, we will proclaim and demonstrate the power and effectiveness of historic Christianity as emphasized in Wesleyan doctrine and practice.My friend Steve and I, both being conservative evangelicals, decided to take a closer look at the Good News movement by attending their dinner this year on Thursday evening of Annual Conference. The guest speaker for the evening was the current president of the movement James V. Heidinger II. After giving a challenging and encouraging speech to the couple hundred of us or so that were there, Heidinger stuck around and talked with my friend Steve and me for a good half hour. He's a great man, and I truly appreciated him taking the time to build up a couple of young evangelicals.
Tuesday, June 12, 2007
One of the highlights of Annual Conference this year was attending the Good News dinner. Good News says of itself: