Last updated on January 25th, 2023 at 01:21 pm
It’s no secret that Missouri Pastor Stuart Allen Clark is a powerful preacher and an excellent leader. He has led Baptists in many states and has served as the moderator of the General Association of General Baptists for a number of years. Now, he has decided to resign his post and focus on his family.
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Stewart Allen Clark, the pastor of the First General Baptist Church in Malden, Missouri, has taken a leave of absence after his sermon containing controversial comments on women was posted on Facebook.
His comments include asking why women “let themselves go” after marriage. He also told the women in his congregation to lose weight, to maintain their figures, to wear makeup, and to avoid looking butch.
The video of the sermon went viral on social media, causing outrage. Many users criticized the Missouri preacher for his hypocrisy. Thousands of people commented on the video, pointing out how sexist it is.
The sermon was also condemned by the General Baptist Council of Associations, which recommended an investigation into the pastor. They said that his message was inconsistent with the values of the denomination.
The 1st General Baptist Church in Malden, Missouri, which is part of the General Baptist denomination, has removed all of its previous posts on its Facebook page. It has also stopped its use of Twitter and other social media.
Resignation from post as moderator of General Association of General Baptists meeting in 2022
The Moderator of the General Association of General Baptists has been monitoring the situation of the church after the spread of the flu. He is planning to meet with the Administrative Committee to discuss whether or not the 48th General Assembly should be held in Birmingham, Alabama in June of 2020.
It is hoped that the Administrative Committee will act on his recommendation, and that the decision will be made by the end of the year. However, if federal regulations or local laws dictate an earlier meeting, the decision-making process could be accelerated.
Previously, the Moderator recommended a postponement of the 48th General Assembly in order to allow the churches affected by the Birmingham crisis to work through their issues. Since then, however, a number of congregations have resigned.
Christa Houston left Cornerstone Church in Nashville, Bobbie Houston left Hillsong Church in April, and Isaac Hunter, the founder of a megachurch in Central Florida, died in apparent suicide.