National board questions Anaheim pastors’ “spiritually implausible” reasons for disassociation. The “mother church” of the Vineyard movement announced Sunday that it is disassociating from the charismatic denomination. The division isn’t theological, pastor Alan Scott told Vineyard Anaheim, the California congregation he and his wife, Kathryn, have led for four years. There aren’t any big disputes over the direction of Vineyard USA. No personal grievances causing a rift. It’s just that the leaders of Vineyard Anaheim believe that God is guiding them to leave the denomination their church helped start. So they are leaving. “We don’t really understand why,” Alan Scott…

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