A flashpoint between… opponents and supporters [of a change in strategy] was Seattle megachurch pastor Mark Driscoll. Though not a [member of this denomination], he has won a following among many [of its] young ministers and church planters, particularly those who share his Reformed theology. But Driscoll’s history of using risqué language, and the fact that he drinks alcohol and talks about sex, angers those who say his approach undermines his message.
There were five motions made against Driscoll, including a motion to have all [denominational] entities report any contact with Driscoll or the Acts 29 church planting network he is a part of. That motion was sent to [denominational] agencies for review over the next year, as well as a separate motion to ban any speaker who cusses or drinks.