I support the One Church Plan because I think it’s one of the best plans that could have come out of this process. It’s unprecedented. We’re one of the last big-tent churches in the country that tries to hold together people with different theological views. So, it’s very powerful to see a way that we can structure our church where progressives can be progressive, conservatives can be conservative, and that the church can continue to move forward to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world. And that open ecclesiology, that open table is really representative of the United Methodist Church that I’ve grown up in and proudly serve in.