Does an SBC Church need stand by its Doctrine and keep out teachings which go against the Church’s beliefs or should the Church tolerate the teachings for the sake of unity? Case in point, ourChildren’s Ministry leader is using teaching materials developed by a church which teaches a second baptism of the Holy Spirit. The leader also, provides a link, on a yahoo group to this, church. I am adamantly against the use of materials from this church whose teachings conflict with our beliefs. And I believe the yahoo group link to the church’s website provides an implicit agreement with their doctrine. Please note, my wife maintains our Church’s website and refuses to link to the yahoo group. The pastor has known about the issue since December 2004 and has not addressed it with the leader. The question is, should I and others keep quiet and allow this to continue or should we fight the battle and stand up for our Doctrine, even if it causes people to leave the Church. Many in our church, who have been members for 4 or more years, do not even know we are Southern Baptist! Our pastor has failed at fully assimilating them into the Church. We have a great divide in our Church among the baptists and non-baptists and any attempt to reconcile the issues will probably result in several families leaving.