The purpose of this new program, WCA Viewpoint, is to answer questions WCA members and friends have regarding transitional issues United Methodists will need to navigate should The United Methodist Church’s 2021 General Conference adopt the “Protocol for Reconciliation and Grace through Separation.” The program will also answer questions about the WCA’s draft “Book of Doctrines and Disciplines,” and general issues related to the launching of a new, traditional and global Methodist church.

Episode 1 of the Viewpoint premiered on September 23, 2020.  Rev. Keith Boyette, president of the WCA, invited Rev. Walter Fenton, vice president of strategic engagement of the WCA, to join him to discuss the beliefs and core values of the WCA along with answering some questions about what is happening within the United Methodist Church.

Episode 2 of the Viewpoint premiered on October 21, 2020. Rev. Keith Boyette invited Jeff Greenway and Carolyn Moore to join him as they discussed significant matters as we prepare for a time of separation and transition. Jeff Greenway is the pastor of Reynoldsburg United Methodist Church in Reynoldsburg, Ohio.  Carolyn Moore is the pastor at Mosaic Church in Evans, Georgia and has a podcast and blog called The Art of Holiness.

Episode 3 of the Viewpoint premiered on December 2, 2020. Kenneth Levingston and David Watson joined Keith Boyette for a conversation on the Virgin Birth, the Incarnation, and Christ’s return as our judge. Kenneth Levingston is the senior pastor at Jones Memorial United Methodist Church in Houston, Texas. David Watson is the academic dean and professor of New Testament at United Theological Seminary.