Pr. Doug Batchelor explores briefly the history of women’s ordination and kindred issues in five other particular denominations in recent time and makes an appeal to General Conference delegates. Short video.

Those interested in growing the Seventh-day Adventist Church should pay close attention to this video…

This Friday, June 5 at 7:00pm Pacific, Doug Batchelor along with pastor Jean Ross will present a new hour-long Friday Night Live program on AFTV to discuss a crucial issue facing Christian churches today.

The program will also be hosted on You can also come to this page for a live link before the broadcast begins.

Many churches today are struggling with questions regarding the biblical role of women in ministry, more specifically asking, “Should women be ordained as pastors?” One body of believers currently studying this question is the Seventh-day Adventist Church. During Friday Night Live, Pastors Doug and Jean Ross address many facets of this important issue, while taking text questions from viewers. I hope every person will get the word out about this timely and significant program.

The program will be archived at Livestream for later viewing.

You can also submit your question for this event by texting 760-523-2287 before the broadcast begins.

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CAP pastor Doug Batchelor presented the above at Granite Bay Seventh-day Adventist Church on Sabbath, May 30, 2015. Granite Bay Church is located at 3785 Placer Corporate Dr., Suite 600, Rocklin, CA 95765.

In December an important announcement was made by Amazing Facts. A book on Women’s Ordination published only weeks earlier was being released in electronic format for free distribution. Women’s Ordination, 31 Popular Arguments and Biblical Answers, is a short and sharable book by Eugene Prewitt that can be read in a couple hours and that has already turned the tide in minds of some who had been favoring the Ordination of woman. Prewitt is a member of the Theology of Ordination Study Committee.

Here are the links to ebooks in three of the more popular formats: