The Warrenton Declaration on Medical Mandates, Biblical Ethics, & Authority


The Warrenton Declaration on Medical Mandates, Biblical Ethics, & Authority was created in order to provide doctrinal clarity and coherence on issues of biblical authority and ethics related to medical mandates. The declaration seeks to equip local churches and their officers in providing transparency on where they stand and to assist individuals who are being mistreated in their churches with a well-ordered summary of belief in this regard.


“The LORD hath prepared his throne in the heavens; and his kingdom ruleth over all.” –Psalm 103:19


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With the rise of COVID-19 and all of the attendant ramifications, it has been incumbent upon the church to come to terms with what it believes related to the intersecting areas of biblical ethics, authority, and medical mandates.

Unfortunately, due to a pervasive lack of theological and biblical understanding on these issues coupled with a tendency to over-attribute power and jurisdiction to the state, oftentimes churches have defaulted to almost reflexively acquiescing to whatever government health agency statements are made and the policies they put in place. The legitimacy of the sweeping powers attributed to the state is either simply presumed or reinforced with scant, or faulty biblical support. Powers are assumed to exist unless explicitly denied rather than regarded as absent unless firmly established by Scripture.

As a result, rather than leading on these issues, pastors often become little more than mouthpieces for government health agencies and are then used by these same agencies to help carry out their bidding.

The reasons given for following such policies and mandating them in the local church are not typically justified by a well-rounded and systematic understanding of the whole counsel of Scripture on authority and what it means to love one’s neighbor as oneself. Instead, the rationale given is usually disjointed, unbalanced, and confused.

To that end The Warrenton Declaration on Medical Mandates, Biblical Ethics, & Authority was created in order to provide clarity on these issues moving forward, to equip local churches and their officers in providing clarity on where they stand, and to assist individuals who are being mistreated in their churches with a well-ordered summary of belief in this regard.


Section 1 – Authority

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I. WE AFFIRM that all authority, in heaven and on earth has been bestowed upon God the Son, Christ Jesus. (Is. 9:6-7; Dan. 7:13-14; Col. 1:15-20; Matt. 28:18).

II. WE AFFIRM that delegated, earthly authorities have been instituted by God as His servants to function as a blessing to those in their jurisdiction through their Godly governance and rule according to God’s law and in obedience to Christ (Ps. 2:1-12; Rom. 13:1; Rom. 13:3-5; 1 Pet. 2:13). These may be civil authorities (Rom. 13:1; 1 Pet. 2:13-14), ecclesiastical authorities (Heb. 13:17), vocational authorities (1 Pet. 2:18), familial authorities (Eph. 6:1; 1 Pet. 3:1), and self-governing individuals (Prov. 25:28; Rom. 12:1-2; Mk. 12:31; Lev. 19:18; 1 Pet. 2:16).

III. WE AFFIRM that to ascribe total jurisdiction to any human authority is idolatry, since this kind of unlimited authority is reserved only for Christ Jesus (Is. 9:6-7; Dan. 7:13-14; Col. 1:15-20; Matt. 28:18). This establishes limits to the jurisdictional authority of all subordinate offices that exist under the authority of Christ.

IV. WE DENY that the existing civil authorities have unlimited jurisdiction.

V. WE AFFIRM that the scriptural jurisdictional limits of delegated human authority are also established by good and necessary consequence given that various offices are said in Scripture to be required to be obeyed “in everything” (Col 3:20, 22; Eph 5:24; Tit 2:9) . The sense in which “in everything” is used in these verses cannot mean that obedience is obligatory for all commands regardless of their morality, since Scripture also teaches Christian disobedience to sinful or abusive commands (Acts 5:29, Ex 1:15-20). “In everything” also cannot mean that obedience is obligatory for all non-sinful commands, since Scripture also establishes multiple offices of human authority (Heb. 13:17; 1 Pet 2:18; Eph 6:1; Romans 13:1). These offices may at times conflict, thus requiring Christians to consider which authority is acting within their rightful jurisdiction to determine if obedience is required. Thus, commands to obey “in everything” must refer to the obligation of Christians to obey all non-sinful commands of true authorities which are also within the proper jurisdiction of the authority giving the command.

VI. WE DENY that biblical commands to obey authorities, whether civil, ecclesiastical, familial, or vocational “in everything” (Tit. 2:9; Col. 3:20, 22; Eph 5:24) can be construed to negate the roles of their respective jurisdictions which Scripture also teaches (Rom. 13:3-4; Gen. 1:26-28; Deut. 6:6-7; Prov. 22:6, 23:13-14; 1 Tim. 5:3-16, 6:1-2; Eph. 6:1; 1 Cor. 11:3).

VII. WE AFFIRM that in instances where a Christian’s responsibilities to God and his fellow man are not hindered, the Christian may choose to obey some unjust commands when such commands can be obeyed without engaging in sin. This may be because compliance with the command is done under duress, because compliance is expedient, or because compliance is rendered in an exaggerated fashion in order to further expose the wickedness of the command (Rom. 12:20; Matt 5:38-42).

VIII. WE DENY that any human or group of humans who claim to be civil authorities are in actuality, recognized by God to be civil authorities, solely by virtue of their claims to that authority or the claims of those who support them (Hosea 8:4).

IX. WE AFFIRM that true civil authorities are legitimate to the extent they, as appointed by God, bear the sword to fulfill the description of what civil authorities are in Scripture, namely, that they punish evil and praise good (Rom. 13:3-4; 1 Pet. 2:14) according to their civil office and jurisdiction.

X. WE AFFIRM that civil magistrates have lawful authority to punish civil crimes like assault (Ex. 21:18-19), murder (Gen. 9:5; Ex. 21:12), rape (Deut. 22:25), theft (Ex. 22:1), fraud (Lev. 19:35-36; Deut. 25:13-16), man-stealing (Ex. 21:16), and false witness (Deut. 19:15-19), and to ensure proper due process through the civil courts, payment of liability for verifiably proven harm (Ex. 21:33) and proportionality of punishment (Deut. 16:18-20, 17:6, 19:15-21).

XI. WE AFFIRM that Christians should obey the biblically lawful instructions and commands of earthly authorities to the extent of their proper, God-ordained, role and jurisdiction (Rom. 13:1; 1 Pet. 2:13). 

XII. WE DENY that the Pauline era reign of Emperor Nero can be credibly invoked to invalidate the limiting description of what constitutes legitimate civil authority in Romans 13:3-4. First, this is due to the clear witness of Scripture regarding the identity and characteristics of legitimate biblical civil authority (Rom. 13:3-4); and second, to the fact that the Neronic persecution did not begin until the great fire of Rome in 64 AD, which was seven years after the writing of the book of Romans (57 AD).

XIII. WE DENY that the specific authority granted to Pilate to execute Christ Jesus according to God’s plan of redemption (Jn. 19:10-11) is evidence of a general principle of civil governance whereby civil magistrates retain legitimate authority to do evil or make any commands outside the bounds of their jurisdiction.

XIV. WE DENY that the only reason one may lawfully disobey an authority is if they are commanded to sin by that authority.

XV. WE AFFIRM that disobedience is also permissible should any command be given outside of the jurisdiction of the particular authority. For example, throughout history, civil governments have sought to force individuals into certain vocations, foisted improper controls over affairs of the church, and imposed restrictions over the number of children that a family is permitted to have. Frequently, these kinds of orders are claimed to be for the “greater good” of the public. To whatever extent these commands would not have required anyone to sin, obedience is still not morally obligated since these commands are outside the jurisdiction of the authority making the commands. 

Section 2 – Application to Medical Mandates

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XVI. WE DENY that the civil authorities have been granted lawful jurisdiction and authority over personal, familial, or “public” health.

XVII. WE DENY that the leprosy-related passages in Leviticus 13 & 14 can be construed to teach the general principle that civil government has unqualified and legitimate jurisdiction over managing “public health.”

XVIII. WE AFFIRM that these leprosy passages are related not to the spread of biological contagion, but of ceremonial uncleanliness as is evidenced by numerous factors: First, even the man covered head-to-toe in white leprosy was declared “clean” (Lev. 13:12-13) and was permitted in the camp. Second, the stated reason for the general expulsion of lepers is the same reason given for the expulsion of those who touched a dead body or had a bodily discharge; not biological contagion, but ceremonial uncleanliness which “defiled the camp” before the Lord (Num. 5:1-4) . Third, nowhere in Scripture is leprosy described as being biologically contagious. This “leprosy” also afflicted houses (Lev. 14:34) and garments (Lev. 13:47). “Leprosy” was not the same as modern day “Hansen’s disease”.  Fourth, in order to prevent belongings in a “leprous” house from being declared “unclean” by the Priest, the owner was permitted to empty the house of his possessions before the Priest arrived for inspection (Lev. 14:33-36). Preventing biological contagion through sanitization (burning) of objects was not in view here. The ceremonial practices associated with the now defunct Levitical Priesthood have been made obsolete by Christ’s greater Priesthood (Heb. 7:12), and cannot be credibly invoked as providing civil government with jurisdiction over “public health.”

XIX. WE DENY that civil governments have lawful jurisdiction or authority to remove anyone’s right to pursue their livelihood and conduct their affairs in public.

XX. WE DENY that civil governments have lawful authority to enact “lockdowns” predicated on protecting “public health” as this is not their jurisdiction.

XXI. WE AFFIRM that individuals are free to restrict their own movement about society to this end should they deem it wise to do so. They may not lawfully demand that civil government employ force on their behalf to restrict the liberty of others.
XXII. WE DENY that such violations of medical freedom by the civil government, or the subsequent mandating of vaccines and masks are rightly justified based on the claim that unmasked or unvaccinated persons “present a general danger to the health of the public due to viral spread.”

XXIII. WE AFFIRM that it is the Christian duty of each family to seek the well-being of their neighbor(Lev. 19:18; Matt. 22:39; Jer. 29:7) and that this includes adopting reasonable practices for the symptomatically ill to refrain from knowingly exposing their neighbors, especially in a crowded or public context. Each Christian should seek to live at peace with all men in a manner that displays the love of Christ in obedience to the law of God (Rom. 12:18; Mic. 6:8)

XXIV. WE DENY that the existence of communicable viruses, viral testing mechanisms, or the invention of vaccinations creates a new standard of morality whereby a healthy person simply conducting their affairs in society without vaccination, viral testing, or wearing a mask is evidence of criminally or morally reckless behavior. Moreover, if such a standard for violation of medical freedom is adopted, conceivably, civil governments could permanently regulate and restrict every facet of life since according to this same rationale, various flu-like viruses can be unknowingly spread at all times. Further, there are a host of other far more deadly dangers such as heart disease, which, like virus-related hospitalizations, also place a burden on the health system. The civil government does not then gain authority to ban soda intake for obese individuals.

XXV. WE AFFIRM that a biblically faithful view of the civil government sphere as well as the ecclesiastical government sphere provides no lawful jurisdiction for civil magistrates or ecclesiastical authorities to mandate or in any way coerce individuals to inject substances into themselves or their children or cover their mouths, noses, face, or any combination thereof, with masks.

XXVI. WE AFFIRM that any civil or ecclesiastical authority that attempts to coerce individuals or their children with any form of public banishment, fine, imprisonment, social ostracism, or other forms of coercion for not wearing a mask or injecting a substance into their bodies are ascribing to themselves authority not delegated by God and are in grievous sin (Matt 19:14; Tit 3:10; 1st Cor 1:10; Rom 16:17).

XXVII. WE AFFIRM that although local churches may reasonably enforce policies of calling on the symptomatically ill to stay home, any attempt to impede fellowship in the body by a believer on the grounds of failing to inject a substance into their bodies or the wearing of a mask is also divisiveness (Tit 3:10; 1st Cor 1:10; Rom 16:17).

XXVIII. WE DENY that personal and family decisions to decline vaccination or the wearing of masks are necessarily out-of-step with the biblical command to love one’s neighbor as oneself (Lev. 19:18; Matt. 22:39).

XXIX. WE DENY that conformity to a given recommended course of medical action is made to be civilly or morally obligatory by appeals to an alleged “majority” of expert opinion, or available medical data.

XXX. WE DENY that an individual Christian’s obligation to the weaker brother (1 Cor. 8:1-12) compels any Christian to violate his or her conscience (Rom. 14:3; 1 Cor. 10:31) regarding the wearing of masks or injecting a substance into their body.  Such action may be regarded by Christians both as contrary to sound and loving health practices for themselves and their family. Specifically with masks which are worn visibly on the body, Christians may also have concern in their conscience about the message they believe wearing the mask sends to the world. They may regard the wearing of masks as bearing false witness (Ex. 20:16; 23:2) or as an unloving, tacit endorsement of what they see as propaganda surrounding their use and enforcement upon their neighbor. 

XXXI. WE AFFIRM that those who seek to bind the conscience of the believer by insisting that conformity with mask or vaccination mandates is the only way for a Christian to fulfill the command to “love one’s neighbor as oneself” are treating the traditions of man as the commandments of God (Mk 7:6-9). These individuals are themselves guilty of twisting the Scriptures and are effectively subjecting the law of God to the ever-changing and conflicting whims of “public health” agencies, the latest medical study, or majority opinion.

XXXII. WE DENY that choosing to respectfully decline a church officer’s request to wear a mask is in any way evidence of divisiveness or rebellion against ecclesiastical authority since the ecclesiastical office does not hold jurisdiction over personal or familial health decisions.

XXXIII. WE DENY that all instances of requiring masks for church meetings are necessarily sinful or divisive in such cases where the meeting is held at a venue where the property managers are not the local church and such property managers require mask wearing for entrance. This is a property issue. In such cases, those who choose not to fellowship because of the mask mandate at the meeting venue should not be said to be in violation of any biblical commands regarding regularly meeting with the saints. To the extent possible, church officers should seek to secure a meeting venue where the local congregation will not be forced to exclude non-masking individuals due to the whims of the building owner.

XXXIV. WE AFFIRM that maintaining personal health and personal health decisions, including decisions about which medical interventions to adopt or forego, are the role and jurisdiction of each individual and their family.

XXXV. WE DENY that parents are guilty of neglect or abuse if they choose to forego a given medical intervention such as a medical procedure or vaccine due to the fact that they are not convinced of the short and long term risk profile or effectiveness of the action.  This remains true regardless of what recommendations they have or haven’t received from a doctor. 

XXXVI. WE AFFIRM that it is anti-scriptural for a parent to categorically deny all medical interventions to their children at all times with the rationale that all medical intervention is, as a category, evidence of a lack of faith in God (1st Tim 5:23).

If you are not sure where your local church officers and community stand on these issues, do not be afraid to raise questions in a respectful manner. If you have good and Godly leaders, you won’t be criticized or dismissed for raising them. If you have been neglected or mistreated by your current local church on these grounds and appeals have not been heard, we encourage you to find a community where medical liberty is understood and practiced.

Initial Signers

Pastor George Grant

Parish Presbyterian Church

Franklin, Tennessee

Pastor Jon Speed

First Baptist Church of Briar

Azle, Texas

Rev. Dr. Jason Garwood

Cross & Crown Church

Warrenton, VA

Pastor Gordan Runyan

Immanuel Baptist Church

Tucumcari, New Mexico

Pastor Kamaron Gray

Harvest Bible Fellowship

Pendleton, Indiana

Pastor Russell Traweek

Christ Covenant Church

Sweeny, Texas

Pastor Derin Stidd

Harmony Baptist Church

Frankfort, Indiana

Pastor Scott Jacobsen

Mountain View Christian Church

Hamilton, Ontario

Pastor Matthew Cooke

Maynardville Fellowship

Maynardville, Tennesee

Pastor Eric Stewart

ONElife Church

Grand Blanc, Michigan

Pastor Dusty Deevers

Grace Community Church

Elgin, Oklahoma

C.R. Cali, Elder

Sermon in the Park

Victoria, Texas

Loren Darling



Pastor Brandon Scalf

Cruciform Bible Church

Indianapolis, Indiana

Stephen Perks

Director of Kuyper Foundation

Somerset, England

Rev. Ron Kronz

Street Church

Washington, DC

Pastor Timothy DuPree'

Redemption Church

Jacksonville, North Carolina

Pastor Brandon Nealy

Christ Church of Acadiana

Lafayette, Louisiana

Pastor Claude Ramsey

Reformata Baptist Church

Knoxville, Tennessee

Reed Kerr, Elder

Hill City Reformed Baptist Church

Lynchburg, Virginia

Pastor Travis Chapman

Fellowship Baptist Church

Willow Springs, North Carolina

Pastor Justin Myers

Colonville Bible Church

Clare, MI

Jared Sparks

Christ Church Carbondale


Ginger Taylor


Brunswick, Maine


J.M. Wilson

Cross & Crown Church

Warrenton, VA

Dustin Ranem

All Saints Presbyterian Church

St. Paul, MN

Robert Duerksen


Euless, TX

Wayne Groover

Abolish Abortion North Carolina

Jacksonville, NC

Brad Donovan

Christ Covenant Church

Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada

Josh Woody

Maynardville Fellowship

Maynardville, TN

Matthew French

Live Oak Church

Navarre, Florida

Zachary McDonald

Holy Trinity Reformed Church

Spartanburg, SC

Jeremy Brown


Holland, MI

Jerritte Couture

Trinity Presbyterian Church

Lebanon, Ohio

Bill Evans

Kingdom Driven, LLC

Austin, Texas

Tim Brown

Sons of Liberty Media

Clover, South Carolina

Gabriel Everson

Trinity Presbyterian Church


Jamie Soles

Christ Covenant Church

Grande Prairie

Dr. Don Schanzenbach

Mission to Restore America

Mendota, VA

Roger Oliver

Pierre Viret Learning Center

Sheboygan, WI

Toby Harmon


Norman Oklahoma

Trey Mays

Reformed Baptist


Jon Markus


Philadelphia, PA

Jonathan Muse

Telos Coffee Roasters

Johnson City, TN

Paul Nowlin



Michelle OGorman


oswego, ny, 13126

Tiffany Kilcup


Meridian, ID

Michael Younkin



Jean Harlow


Holland , Mi

Mark Scheering

The Mission Church

Millcreek, Utah

Mark Contra


Moyie springs, Idaho

Jamison Gregory Harbison


Richland, IA 52585

Sal Piccolo

Lives for Life/Abolish Abortion PA

Stroudsburg, PA

Timothy Martin

New York Gospel Ministries

Manhattan, New York, USA

Caleb Powers

Christ Church

Moscow, ID

Trent Matthews


Fullerton, California

Michael J. Krug

Brother in Christ

Loretto, Pa.

Ric Komarek



Tess Harper

Cross & Crown

Warrenton Va

Rachel Behrends

Cross & Crown Church


Brandon Michalec



Robert Roy

Reformed Christian

Sterling, VA

Brandon Raby

Covenant Baptist Church

Madisonville, TN

Zachary Bergs

Faith Community Church

Beloit, WI

Brian Riddle

Home Fellowship

Apple Valley, CA

Benjamin Moore

Christ Community Church

Greenville, TX

Billy Burton


Iraan, Texas

Tony Hawkins

Redeemer Church of South Hills

West Mifflin, PA

Travis Chapman

Fellowship Baptist Church

North Carolina

John Cummins


New Market, TN

Lisa Almeida


Saint Cloud, FL

April Hodson

Femallay, Inc

Warrenton, VA

Thomas Black

Christ is my King

San Elizario

Jaime Shanks

Fellowship Baptist Church

Jacksonville NC

Michael Perry


Rogers, MN, USA

Doug Hitzel


Auburn, NE. 68305

Lilli Kate Groover


Jacksonville, NC

Dana Wilging


New Mexico

Chris Concannon

Cross & Crown Church

Warrenton, VA United States

Prisca Bejjani


Martinsburg, WV, USA

Eric Novak

Tates Creek Presbyterian Church

Lexington, KY

Mark Van Der Molen

United Reformed Church


Jordan Goodwin

Christ the King Church

Lobelville, Tennessee, USA

David Layman

Goods Mennonite Church

Elizabethtown, PA 17022

Jed Shirley


Friendswood, TX, USA

Matthew Wear

Independence Reformed Bible Church


Ron Kronz

Street Church DC ARTC

Springfield VA

Aaron Hodson

Femallay, Inc

Warrenton, VA

Sharyn Harding


South Australia

Kevin Harding


South Australia

Glenys Anderson



Anna Wood



Cristina Micsa



Jarrett Farewell


Gold Run

Trudi Hetebry

Kingdom city


Falaksher Najam

Redeemer Church of South Hills

Monessen, PA, USA

Rosemerryn McMillan



Dick Barendregt



Paolo Castellina


United Kingdom, Kent

Leandri Du Preez


Tasmania, Australia

Cathy Stein, Ph.D.


Avon Lake, Ohio

Dianna Olchefski


Burnsville, MN

Guillermo Lovotrico

Chiesa La Porta Aperta, Asti, Italia


Jonathan Augustine


Saint Joe, Arkansas

Giorgio Modolo

Reformation Christian Ministry

Vittorio Veneto

Tiffany Kocsis

Faith Life


John Hawthorne


Escondido, CA.

Jordan Bradley

Peru Grace Brethren Church

Peru, Indiana

Kristina Wolf


Mechanicsburg, Ohio

Daniel van Straaten

Gereformeerde Kerk

Kleinmond, South Africa

Ginger Taylor

Brunswick, Maine

Margaret Shaver


Lewiston, ME 04240

Kristi Wees

Christian (seeking new church home)

Gibsonia PA

Brenda Meyer


Festus, MO 63028

Bruce Brenan

Independent Bible church


Justin Andrusk



Dorinda Weeks

Seventh Day Adventist

Corinna, ME

Justin Ryan


Box Elder, South Dakota

Candie Kronz

Calvary Chapel

Cheyenne, Wyoming

Amy Eckert

Cross and Crown Church


Steven Vollmar

Cross and Crown Church

Warrenton, VA

Rachel Navarrete


Spanish Fork

Ron Lockman

Valley Center Community Church

Valley Center Ca

Kaegan Scarborough



Kimberley Rich


Orono, Maine USA

Jeremy Blatchford

Christian & scientist

Lizella GA

Valerie Shaw

Southern Baptist

Luxembourg (expat from California)

Markie Sheets

Cross and Crown


Cheryl Hannah


British Columbia, Canada.

John Bion


United Kingdom

Scott Weber


Evansville Indiana

Melanie Sayers

Cross & Crown Church

Rixeyville, VA

Lyn Sagert

The Bridge of Chilliwack

Chilliwack, BC Canada

Pastor Aaron Hebbard, PhD

Remnant Church, Imago Dei College

Mentone, CA

Trudy Brandt


Cape Girardeau, MO

Eric Wagner

Providence Church

Mansfield Ohio

Grant Kerber


Gibson City, IL 60936

John McDonald

Kingdom Apostolic Network

Ashland, VA, 23005

Dave Kinsey



Susan Drummond


East Norriton, PA

Irene Liras

Greek Orthodox

Victoria Australia

Kay Ness

Chalcedon Presbyterian Church

Cumming, Georgia

George Liras



Rachel Ordia


Powhatan, VA

Jonathan Andrews

Reformed Presbyterian

Wollongong, NSW, Australia

David Olynyk


Chardon, Ohio USA

Preston McNutt



Tracy Laine


Green Bay, WI

Rachelle Merle

Christian, Redeeming Grace OPC

Port Townsend

David Eck


Liberty Lake, WA, USA

Courtney Roper


Katy, TX

Tani Newton

Christian Liberty Library

Paeroa, New Zealand

Matthew Forbes


Coral Springs, FL

Richard Jensen


Sundre, Alberta

Dave Joslin



Andy Eckert

Cross & Crown Church


Ian McDonald

Disciple of the Lord Jesus Christ.

Victoria, Australia

Bethany Stevenson


Norfolk VA

Tafyd Love


Warrnambool, Victoria/ Australia

Jeremy Peet


Victoria, Australia

Elizabeth Shearer

Church of Jesus Christ

Syracuse, NY 13215

Kathy Joslin


Ontario, Canada

Gayle Moody


Huntsville, AL

Matt Michael

Christ Church West Chester

West Chester, PA

William Moody

Reformed Presbyterian


Alex MacKenzie



Patty Nymeyer



Mattis Pottiger



Pastor John Weaver

Freedom Baptist Church

Fitzgerald, GA

Tim Yarbrough

Trinity Free Presbyterian Church Elder

Trinity, Alabama 35650

Birthe Schoenig


Hamburg, Germany

Tobi Martin

Baptist Church

Saint Malo, Brittany, Frane

Belinda Carrico

Canadian Reformed Church

Prince George

Scott Tucker

The Fellowship

Lethbridge, AB, Canada

Meghan Wadle

Catholic / Byzantine Rite / Christian


John Noē PhD

Prophecy Reformation Institute

Indianapolis , IN

Cindy Noē

Former Indiana State Representative

Indianapolis, IN

Jim Nelson

Church of the Living God


Linda Iverson

City of Joy Church


Kayla Palumbo



Michael Moynahan


Victoria, Australia

Dennis Ficarrotta

NorthWest Tampa Church of God

Tampa FL 33624 U.S.A.

Daniel Williams


Walla Walla, WA 99362

Judith Batchelor

Reformed Christian


Jan Adriaan Schlebusch

Pactum Institute

South Africa

Terri Lynn Maldonado


United States

Emily Arndt


Springfield, VA 22153

Pastor Cliff Christman

Trinity Missionary Baptist Church

Richmond, KY

Unnam Ranjith Kumar

South Asia Christian Academy

Hyderabad, Telangana, India.

Betsy Rosema



Adam Sulpher


Kitchener, Ontario Canada

Lianne Griffin


Pacific MO 63069

Peter Hickman

Kings Grange Christian Fellowship

Castle Douglas, Scotland, UK

Pastor Johnathon Bush

Southside Baptist Church

Winter Haven, Florida

Julie Wyatt


Federal Way, WA

Brian Bivins


Centralia, Washington

Sandra Burns

Member Nazarene Church

Phenix City

Robert Haldeman


Greenville, Mo 63944

Vicki Stefancich



BJ Sandusky


Lewiston, Idaho

T. Russell Hunter

The Body of Christ

Norman, OK

Robin Pavlosky


Williamsburg Virginia

Glenn Sunshine

Every Square Inch Ministries


Daniel O’Roark


Jonesborough, TN, USA

Shelby Wilson

Cross and Crown Church

Warrenton, Va

Gerald Kern


Chisago City, MN 55013

Nancy Freeman

Golden Acres Baptist Church

Phenix City, Al

Patricia Turner

Torah Adherant

Murfreesboro, TN USA

Bret McAtee

Christ the King Reformed Church


Anthony Gentile


Citrus County Fl

Sandra Gentile


Citrus County, FL

carl kingston

Nanaimo Church of Nazarene

Nanaimo, BC

Erin Mcanlay


Jeffersonton, VA

Cherie Sturtevant

Westminster Presbyterian Church

Vancouver, WA 98606

Kenny Barnes


Long Beach, Ca

Sylvain Mcintyre


Sainte-Marie de Kent

Hannah Bush

Southside Baptist Church/Christian

Winter Haven, Florida

Daniel Coulter


Charlotte, NC

Todd Peterson

Non-denominational Child of God

Sayre, Oklahoma

Dan Frodge

Southside Baptist Church

Winter Haven, Florida

Joshua Wilson

New Life Baptist Church


Norma Ittmann


Western Cape, South Africa

Gerald Bagby

Reformed Christian

Streator, IL

Marcia Mehlman


Colorado Springs, CO

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