April 8, 2009

Two conservative Methodist groups name new leaders

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(RNS) Two conservative groups that are active in the United Methodist Church have announced leadership shifts, with the Rev. James Heidinger retiring from Kentucky-based Good News, and Mark Tooley moving up to president of the Institute on Religion and Democracy in Washington. Heidinger, 67, has headed Good News for 28 years and has been a […]

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