The Revoice Conference is mere weeks away and if you were thinking about attending the conference that seeks to soft-peddle homosexuality in the church, you also have to partake in the theater of the Branch Covidian Cult. Last week, Revoice announced its new and updated “mitigation” measures for its attendees.
As Paul writes in 2 Timothy 1:7, “For God did not give us a spirit of fear, but a spirit of love, power, and a sound mind.” As followers of Christ, we do not live in fear — but instead, we aim to maintain a posture of love, power, and a sound mind in our consideration of one another, especially toward our most vulnerable neighbors and their loved ones back at home.
For this reason, we have implemented the following guidelines to ensure the health and safety of all attendees, speakers, staff, and volunteers.
We are saddened by what we have concluded to be necessary protocol at Revoice21, but we believe it is the most prudent given the COVID-19 surges in the area and the size of our gathering. We will re-evaluate our protocols and communicate any changes in advance.
So instead of living fearlessly, they indulge the Branch Covidians. The lack of self-awareness in citing 2 Timothy 1:7 is overwhelming.
The Dallas area has reported a surge in COVID-19 cases and related hospitalizations in recent weeks. Because of reports, along with being a larger gathering, we require attendees over the age of 3 to wear masks indoors at all times – even vaccinated attendees.
Children 3 and under will not be required to wear masks. Those on stage will remove their masks only when actively leading.
If you are vaccinated, masks will be optional outside. Masks may be taken off while actively eating or drinking, and all meals will be served outside through food trucks with picnic tables for seating.
The group promoting homosexuality is also promoting exploiting children by masking them. In addition the the virtue signal, being vaccinated provides no exception except outdoors.