At each IFCA International Annual Convention the delegates pass resolutions expressing their consensus on issues of the day. In this way they inform our Fellowship and alert us to theological, ecclesiastical, and cultural trends. We give and receive information and then pass resolutions to help solidify our position concerning the issues.
Resolutions represent the sense of those delegates who attend and vote at the specific Convention. It is important to note that the conclusions reached by Convention delegates do not rise to the same level as the IFCA International Doctrinal Statement, Constitution and By-Laws (which demand agreement by all members of IFCA International). Total agreement with all the resolutions is not required of IFCA members.
Although resolutions are non-binding statements of a given set of past convention delegates, they do provide a good sense of our history. We hope that by reading them, you are better able to understand IFCA International.