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This doctrinal statement expresses the beliefs of the elders of Bent Tree and is one basis for qualifications of elders, ministry team members, and missionaries.
The subject of the place of women in ministry in the church, both universal and local, has been a much debated topic within biblical evangelical Christianity for years. The debate continues today among highly respected theologians. The purpose of this paper is to state the position of the elders of Bent Tree regarding this topic and the resulting impact on the acceptable teachings and practice within our local church.
The purpose of this paper is to state the position of the elders of Bent Tree regarding separation, divorce, and remarriage.
The following Relational Commitments and Church Informed Consent are designed to help the people who attend Bent Tree relate to one another in a way that honors God and promotes authentic relationships. These Relational Commitments cover important relational issues, such as peacemaking and reconciliation, marriage and divorce, protecting children from abuse, counseling, confidentiality, and mutual accountability.