The meeting yesterday evening took off with a vote to disband several small churches in Louisiana. Many members took to the microphone asking questions seeking information about the disbandment. Administration was less than forthcoming and cast blame on inactive lay evangelism and poor ministerial leadership. These excuses did not prove well with the constituents, the overwhelming vote resulted to table the decision, a loss for the Green administration and his leadership.
Finally, without even a full report of the new constitution and by-laws an attorney from Houston took to the microphone to motion to reject the new constitution and by-laws adoption that would potentially extend the election period from four years to five years. Before Pastor McCoy was able to present the revisions it was voted to reject all revisions and table the by-laws for another session. These votes are a clear indication that the SWRC constituents came with a purpose for change.
Reports amongst constituents are that they are not for the nominating committee’s nominations and that they will take to the microphone on each name presented. I suggest that the nominating committee listen to the minority members on their committee, it seems they have the pulse on what constituents want to see happen in the SWRC.
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