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Is Brandon Hatmaker Still A Pastor At Austin New Church

Is Brandon Hatmaker Still A Pastor At Austin New Church

In August 2018, pastor Brandon Hatmaker resigned from his position at Austin New Church.

In a pastoral tone

He wrote a blog post where he said that he had been living in sexual sin with another man and didn’t want to lie about it anymore.

Then he wrote a second post saying he was sorry for hurting people with his words and actions, but not for what he believed because God had called him to be who he truly is: a gay man of faith.

He also stated that while some conservative Christians might believe that homosexuality is against God’s will, there are many other Christians out there who believe that it isn’t sinful at all.

He didn’t get fired because he still has a page on their website and they’re still posting stuff about him.

Brandon Hatmaker, former pastor of Austin New Church, is still listed as a pastor on their website.

The church has also posted about him on social media and in their newsletters.

[CT] said that Austin New Church is “independent” so it doesn’t have to follow any oversight or denomination rules.

As you know, Brandon Hatmaker is currently an independent pastor, not affiliated with any denomination. He has said that Austin New Church is independent and therefore doesn’t have to follow any oversight or denominational rules.

In addition to being “independent,” the church is also non-denominational. Non-denominational churches are those that aren’t members of any particular denomination because they don’t feel like joining one. They’re mostly made up of people who didn’t feel like becoming a member of their local church so they started their own thing instead.

Brandon Hatmaker might be a pastor at Austin New Church, but he can’t be an elder or overseer there.

For starters, Brandon Hatmaker isn’t an elder or overseer at Austin New Church. He resigned from the position in February 2019.

In addition to being a pastor at the church and not an overseer, Brandon Hatmaker is also not a member of Texas Baptists’ Pastoral Care Committee (PC). He resigned from this position as well in March 2019.

The CT article explains that Hatmaker’s views don’t fit with the Austin New Church, who are “committed to the inerrancy of Scripture.”

The CT article explains that Hatmaker’s views don’t fit with the Austin New Church, who are “committed to the inerrancy of Scripture.”

“I feel like I have always been an evangelical Christian,” he said. “I’m just taking what I’ve known, and living into it more fully.”

Jen is Brandon’s wife and as she says on her Instagram account, she is a writer and speaker.

You may be wondering who Jen Hatmaker is. Well, she’s Brandon’s wife and as she says on her Instagram account, she is a writer and speaker. She has a podcast, blog and YouTube channel where she shares her faith journey and gives advice to women about how to find happiness in their lives.

In 2016, Jen published a book called For The Love: Fighting for Grace in a World of Impossible Standards that was then featured in Oprah’s Book Club. The book explores themes such as grace and forgiveness as well as how we should treat each other despite what issues there might be between us.

So Hatmaker is still getting paid by the church, but he isn’t leading worship or teaching Bible studies anymore?

Yes, Hatmaker is still being paid by the church. But he has stepped away from leading worship and teaching Bible studies. He is listed as a pastor on their website, but his last sermon was in January 2016 – over two years ago!

Hatmaker apparently resigned from his position at Austin New Church after he failed to issue a correction to his statements.

Hatmaker’s statements were made in a CT article and he failed to issue a correction.

Hatmaker’s statements were about his views on LGBT+ people.

Hatmaker’s statements were made in a CT article, which is not affiliated with the Church of Christ denomination.

So, what does this mean for Brandon Hatmaker? Well, he is still a pastor at Austin New Church but no longer leads worship or teaches Bible studies there. His wife Jen is also still getting paid by the church, but she isn’t leading worship or teaching Bible studies anymore either.

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