In recent days, Reformation Charlotte has documented the extensive capitulation to homosexuality and other seductive worldly pursuits that the prominent Southern Baptist megachurch, First Baptist Church Orlando, has been engaged in. The church, pastored by David Uth, released a video of the senior associate pastor, Danny de Armas, boasting about homosexuals, transgenders, and pro-abortion feminists all joined together to create “the most beautiful worship experience one could ever imagine.” Unsurprisingly, this church also has a lady-preacher on staff who regularly preaches Sunday morning services to mixed audiences.
Danny de Armas is also the former Chairman of the Trustees of the Southern Baptist Convention’s North American Mission Board (NAMB).
The following week, after backlash from rank-and-file Southern Baptists, the senior pastor of FBC Orlando, David Uth, preached a sermon and doubled down on allowing homosexuals, abortionists, and every other kind of lost person joining and serving in his church. During that sermon, Uth also stated his plans to partner with the North American Mission Board to plant more churches just like his.
After one Southern Baptist pastor attempted to contact Kevin Ezell, the president of NAMB, to seek clarity on whether or not NAMB intended to pursue a partnership with FBC Orlando, Reformation Charlotte was informed that he was unable to receive a straight answer.
Apparently, we have our answer now as NAMB recently sent out a letter to Southern Baptist pastors outlining their intention to partner with FBC Orlando ministry work. The letter below states that NAMB is partnering with this gay-affirming LGBTQ-friendly church to start pastoral care ministries in existing churches and instructs these pastors to contact the pastoral care ministry at FBC Orlando.