Using Alexander Dowie’s “altar call” system to suggest that they are God’s instrument to furthering the Kingdom of God here on earth

Leader of the New Apostolic Reformation

C. Peter Wagner observed and analyzed the birthing of the New Order of the Latter Rain (NOLR) Apostles in its man-made construction of the Charismatic Renewal Movement (CRM). As the NAR Apostles (NARpostles) rolled out their regime to dominate the visible church with their church growth strategies and visionary leadership over the last few decades, they were using Alexander Dowie’s “altar call” system to suggest that they were God’s instrument to furthering the Kingdom of God here on earth.

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Rick Warren, American evangelical Christian pastor and author, speaking at TED in 2006

As a result of the illusion that God is using them to win countless people to Jesus Christ (see Reinhardt Bonnke, Kong Hee, Sunday Adelaja (founder and senior pastor of the Embassy of the Blessed Kingdom of God for All Nations, an evangelicalcharismatic megachurch and a christian denomination in Kiev, Ukraine), Benny Hinn ( Israeli televangelist, best known for his regular “Miracle Crusades”—revival meeting or faith healing summits ), Michael Brown, Brian Houston (Hillsong founder), Phil Pringle (New Zealand-born Australian Christian evangelist; head pastor of C3 church), Steven Furtick (Lead Pastor of Elevation Church in Charlotte, North Carolina), Perry Noble (American preacher, author, and the former senior pastor at NewSpring Church, a megachurch located in Anderson, South Carolina), Rick Warren), they use these numbers to justify very unethical and  lawless methods to get people “saved”.


Above: Apostle James Goll and Apostle Paula White sitting next to Holly Pivec, Pivec calling out New Apostolic Reformation. Like Michael Brown, they ignore the NARlephant in the room.

The NOLR/NAR had some idea of holiness but no concept of standards when they used pragmatism as the vehicle to take unethically take over churches and to hide their agenda from the visible church in the 1950s and 60s. Now that this form of lawless pragmatism had been unleashed, we can see that holiness has taken a backseat and lawless pragmatism is justified by NAR leaders in “furthering the kingdom of God.”

We even see the reason with the observations of C. Peter Wagner as to why the NAR is anti-denominational due to doctrinal statements, codes of ethics or legal structures:

“Some of the authors I read expressed certain frustrations because they found it difficult to get their arms around the NAR… There was no printed doctrinal statement or code of ethics. This was very different from dealing with traditional denominations. The reason behind this is that, whereas denominations are legal structures, the NAR is a relational structure. Everyone is related to, or aligned, with an apostle or apostles. This alignment is voluntary. There is no legal tie that binds it. In fact, some have dual alignment or multiple alignment. Apostles are not in competition with each other, they are in cahoots.” [Source] (Emphasis added.)

This observation highlights one major concern of the NAR. They see themselves as a church movement which is lead by governing end-time Apostles – who rally Christians to further the Kingdom of God through relational networks and relational structures.

However, they only see it as a movement by redefining the church offices. An institution is something that is set in place, something that is established, something that stays in place. A movement is the precise opposite of that. And while an Institution needs a minister, a movement needs a leader.

Back in 1977 to this day, CLC/Hillsong have called themselves a “move of God” and a “movement”. The Christian Life Centre (commonly abbreviated to CLC) is generally a name given to churches that are affiliated with the Australian Christian Churches, a Pentecostal denomination in Australia. As such we can find the Pentecostal megachurch Hillsong Church in Sydney, New South Wales, which is affiliated with Australian Christian Churches, the Australian branch of the Assemblies of God.

When we look at the structure of the group and how members are treated we can see that to criticise the leader is to criticise the movement – and no where is this philosophy taught in the bible. Nor is this taught how to do church.

In the United States of America they love to see things big and many also think when something is mega it must be good. The last few decades we could notice a lot of growth in certain evangelist and Pentecostal churches. Many Americans are proud about their the ‘Mega Church Movement’. In that contemporary church movement we find people who decides that the Church should be huge and that growth is not only a sign of the Church but size is a mark of the Church. to have it working properly the Pastor who is the Leader, also has to be a Manager, a CEO, a Vision Caster. The big problem with most churches in that Mega Church Movement is that they are completely void of theology.

Normally one would say that a Movement stands in contrast to an Institution. An Institution is something that is set in place, something that is established, something that stays put. A movement is the precise opposite of that.

Whilst the church is instituted like marriage and family and considered as a body, the Body of Christ, those of the ‘Reformation Movement’ or the ‘Christian Movement’ or the ‘Confessional Movement’ may consider themselves part of the 5th House of Christianity, but they are more a commercial industry than a religious entity being part of those in union with Christ Jesus. The American Evangelical Christian community came to prefer to be man bounded instead of Christ bounded and selective concerning race, more interested in the self and in individualistic politics of righteousness, not a communal politics of compassion.

Christian City Church has also placated themselves as a movement. Louie Giglio, the pastor of Passion City Church, located in Atlanta, Georgia is a public speaker, author, and the founder of the Passion Movement, with its Passion Conferences, Passion City Church, Passion Publishing, and sixstepsrecords, and the founder of Passion Global Institute He advertised his Passion City Church and his Passion Conference rallies as a movement in the USA. These movements will happily call themselves “church” when it’s convenient for them but will insist that they are a “movement” to entice either churches or Christians to join them.

The leader of the NAR, C. Peter Wagner writes:

“To the degree that friendship and trust can develop from this process, there is realistic hope that many apostles will voluntarily and publicly submit themselves to an accountability structure of legitimate apostolic peers. On this one, the jury is still out.[Source] (Emphasis added.)


It is Pragmatic.

It is important to keep all this in mind when we consider C. Peter Wagner what had to say about how leaders of the NAR should grow their NAR “churches” back in the 1970s (head of the Church Growth Movement):

“We ought to see clearly that the end justifies the means. What else could justify the means? If the method I am using accomplishes the goal I am aiming at. It is for that reason a good method. If on the other hand my method is not accomplishing the goal, how can I be justified in continuing to use it?” {Source: C. Peter Wagner, Your Church Can Grow, Publisher: Gospel Light Publications, 01/03/1976. pg. 137. [Source]}

Remember that NAR Apostles are also called Generals and that the NOLR/CRM/NAR always have seen themselves as ‘the army of God’. They often call themselves Joel’s Army. So you could say that they literally live by the principal, “There are no rules in war” to justify their lawless practices in the world and against Christianity.

Here are some examples of NAR churches operating from this pragmatic nature.

Example 1 – How apostle Yonggi Cho obtained Yoido Full Gospel Church

South Korean Christian minister NAR Apostle Yonggi Cho, founder of the Yoido Full Gospel Church (Assemblies of God) is praised for having the biggest church in the world. However, while he uses Christian words and concepts, he twists the bible to promote how he used pagan concepts to build his church on unethical practices.

In this article, Cho writes about how he got to build his church on Yoido Island:

How “God” told David Yonggi Cho to get Yoido Full Gospel Church (Part 1).

In this article, Cho writes about how obtained $50,000 to build his church:

How “God” told David Yonggi Cho to get Yoido Full Gospel Church (Part 2).

In his own words, Yonggi Cho proves without a shadow of a doubt he is an NAR Apostle accountable to no one in his church or in the NAR network and is quite prepared to break laws and manipulate Korean government officials to get what he wants. Lawless pragmatism at its finest.

Example 2 – Hillsong Mantra: “… The Methods have to change”

A good example of this pragmatic ungodliness is Hillsong. We would like to remind our readers what NAR apostle Brian Houston said when he talked about homosexuality and gay marriage.

Brian Houston’s mantra of Hillsong “the message is sacred but the methods have to change” is a very good way of describing how lawlessness,  godlessness or even demonic methods can be used to justify expanding their NAR cults. Specifically with that mantra, Brian Houston used that to justify that the church needs to change its theological stance on same sex marriage to stay relevant in society.

“I think with the church, the message is sacred but the methods have to change for the church to stay relevant,” said Houston. “And it’s challenging. It’s challenging to stay relevant. I mean, if we go to the one big hot topic maybe for churches … now with homosexual marriage legalized, and churches for generations, they hold a set of beliefs around what they believe the Word of God, the Bible says. All of a sudden in many circles the church can look like a pariah, because to many people it’s so irrelevant now … So staying relevant is a big challenge. I think it’s more than just singing more contemporary songs and the colors you paint your walls or whatever.” [Cached]

In other words, Brian Houston is saying that if homosexuality and same sex marriage are allowed in the church to expand the “Kingdom of God” or their “church” – so be it. Bobbie Houston does a better job articulating this pragmatic dilemma that Hillsong faces in trying to push the homosexual agenda in the church to further the cause of their NAR cult:

“[Homosexuality] is a dilemma because the Bible’s quite clear about some of the parameters that belong to those in leadership. And we’re still figuring it out… We want to bridge all the divides in society and I think that’s one of the final divides.” {Source: Bobbie Houston, Australian Women’s Weekly, We’re Not A Cult, March Issue, 2016. [Source]}

However, this lawless pragmatism was passed on to Brian Houston and his family by his father, NARpostle Frank Houston.

Example 3 – Hillsong still think seraial pedophile is a ‘Man of God’.

Hillsong offers another good example of this ungodly pragmatism where the end justifies the means (or methods) for their church growth. This next example is something we had to personally repent of and unlearn when we heard that the founder of Hillsong, Frank Houston, was a serial pedophile. (Brian Houston acknowledged Frank Houston as the founder of Hillsong.)

At the time, we were justifying that in spite of his sins, God was able to use Frank Houston to lead many people to Jesus. We elevated the calling of Frank above his sins and justified that the results of his influence outweighed the crimes he committed against little children.

Before we joined ChurchWatch, we justified in our hearts and minds that only God was able to use “Pop” Houston. We reasoned that because “Pop” made himself available to be used by God, God used him in spite of his short-comings… like pedophilia?

While we have repented of that mindset, many Hillsong members will justify that Frank Houston had a legal and qualified ministry given by God Himself, in spite of his sexually abusing little boys. [Link] They will also justify Brian Houston’s lawlessness, lies and cover-up to justify the illegal actions and unqualified ministry of Brian Houston. (See Royal Commission Case 18 or this timeline that documents his actions and behavior.)

The pastoral epistles say it plainly: men who practice immorality are disqualified, Hillsong members have conditioned themselves into believing that Gods calling of men into ministry nullifies any form of lawlessness and wickedness done in His name.

Example 4 – Stealing Church Money & Parading Geisha Pastor for Jesus?

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City Harvest Church or CHC, a pentecostal megachurch in Singapore

City Harvest Church is another good example of ungodly methods justifying church growth. Around the year 2000, Apostles Phil Pringle and A.R. Bernard sat with Apostle Kong Hee and gave him direction to produce what Kong calls the ‘Cultural Mandate’. He claimed that God called he and his wife to influence the “marketplace.” As a result, the Crossover Project was born and his wife Sun Ho produced a very controversial music video “China Wine” in 2006, her stage name Geisha (Asian prostitute).

Kong Hee and six others in CHC leadership are now in jail because the ends justified them illegally taking his church’s money to fund Sun Ho’s music career in Hollywood. (See CHC Church Watch.) Now CHC’s “geisha” is the pastor of CHC.

Example 5 – Corrupt dealings to build a church for Jesus

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Christian Cultural Center (CCC) a non-denominational Christian megachurch located in the East New York section of Brooklyn, New York City. Founded in 1979 by Dr. A. R. Bernard

A.R. Bernard is a workplace Apostle of the megachurch Christian Cultural Center in Brooklyn, New York. He and his church are another example that demonstrates the pragmatic nature of the NAR. Below, A.R Bernard promotes the idea that Christians can lie and operate deceitfully to serve “the kingdom of God” on earth by twisting the story of Rahab and Abraham to justify his corrupt dealings to expand his church. ” He concluded that, “God actually used people who had different values and lower standards, to get His work done.”

He then gives these “two illustrations” on how he gained the results necessary by using unethical (and most likely illegal means) to get them.

Illustration 1

“When we were bidding on this housing development and we bid again below a billion dollars, but our bid was accepted, everyone had their part to play. So we had a team, we had equity partners, we had development partners, we had the government and the community, with my responsibility to use my influence with government and community in order to make this deal go through.

So I remember when the equity partners were about to leave and they said to me, they said, “Reverend, we don’t think you should be in on this meeting”. [laughter] They said,

“Because we’ve got to roll up our sleeves and go to work in order to get the underwriting that we’re gonna need for this project”. I said, “Well, what do you mean, I don’t need to be there?”

They said,

“You really don’t need to be there Reverend (emphasis)” [More laughter]

So the lights went on, and I said “Ohhhhhhhhh, OK! I won’t be there!” [Laughter] So whatever went on in that meeting, I didn’t want to know about it, I didn’t want to be a part of it, But I knew that there would be things going on in that meeting that were inconsistent with my integrity and my standards [More laughter]. So I allowed my partners to protect me from what they were about to engage in.

Now, what did they do? I don’t know. But when they came out of that meeting, we had the financing we needed. And I said “Hallelujah!””

Illustration 2

Apostle A.R. Bernard then talked about when he built his “11-1/2 acre campus” in “the late 90’s.” To avoid union hassles, they went to a “family” who owned “concrete and steel construction” and “rubbish removal” companies. According to Bernard, “nothing gets built without their involvement.”

So “instead of hiring a separate development company,” they outsourced to “the company that happened to be a part of this family.” This is what A.R. Bernard allowed to happen when he met with the family:

“So in sitting down and talking [Laughs], with the head of the company. He said, “Well, you know, our family does concrete. Our family does, you know, ah, fencing”. And they told me all the services provided by their family. I said, “But look, in order for me to do this project fairly, I have to bid it out.”

They said,

“Don’t worry. We will always come in with the best bid. So get anyone else that you want to bid on the project and I guarantee you, we’ll beat their bid”. [Laughter] So [Laughs] we had two other bids and we had their bids and sure enough, for some reason, the other bidders said we can’t compete with that bid [Laughter]. I don’t know if they couldn’t compete with the bid or the family! [Laughter] So they disappeared and we only had this particular company to deal with.

So they started the project and I found out that word spread about this particular company was handling our construction project. And as a result, for some reason, we had no union problems, we had no coalition problems, no community problems, no government problems.”

Bernard then went on to talk about how “throughout the whole project,” a “big construction machine” was “left on the property.” When his church was built, he inquired about why they never used that machine. Bernard explained why it was left there:

“Well, I found out that that machine was a “marker” and that machine sitting there “marker” told everybody who would drive by, “don’t touch this project!” So the project was under the protection and development of this particular family. Got it?”

A.R Bernard once again proves that Wagner’s observations of the NAR are all about the ends justifying the means:

“So there are times as we engage with the marketplace, God brings people to us who are not of the same values and integrity, who end up accomplishing things on our behalf…”

You can listen to the entire audio and read the transcript here.


Elevation Church is another example of the ends justifying the means. Steven Furtick summarizes what is wrong with pragmatism in the NAR with this quote:

“If you want to know Jesus, I am sorry to break it to you, this church is not for you. You are in the army now.”


Southern Baptist multi-site church pastored by Steven Furtick, based in Charlotte, North Carolina: Elevation Church

This specific NAR church also operates from the same pragmatic philosophy. A classic example of this was when an Elevation insider spoke up and alerted discernment sites and media outlets of Elevation’s unethical baptisms. This is an excerpt from the Elevation church’s Sun Stand Still website:


Audience  (15) 15 people will sit in the worship experience and be the first ones to move when Pastor gives the call.
1. Sit in the auditorium and begin moving forward when Pastor Steven says go.
2. Move intentionally through the highest visibility areas and the longest walk.”

In other words, Elevation is encouraging people to fake a response to manipulate people into responding. Deception and manipulation are used to justify getting people baptized.

Read more here:

Revisited: Furtick’s fake baptism scandal.

Example 7 – Manipulating people to obtain finances

In this article we learn how Frank Houston obtained a church through unethical means by lying to a mayor about his finances. The result of Frank’s lies and questionable antics to the mayer, forced the local council to personally carry, “the finance for five years.”

How “God” told Frank Houston to get Commonwealth Covenant Church.

Essentially, if the end justifies the means to further their ministries and to get get people into their church at all cost, it’s easy for the NAR to justify anything to get what they want.

So the New Apostolic Reformation…

What is it’s nature?

It’s lawless.

It’s pragmatic.

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Preceding articles

Place for a fifth and sixth house in Christendom

History of the NAR cult infiltrating the marketplace

What is the Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship International (FGBMFI)?

C. Peter Wagner – The Don Quixote of Evangelicalism (Part 1): Knighted as a General


Additional reading

  1. Strange Fire conference 2013
  2. Problems attracting and maintaining worshippers
  3. MegaChurch
  4. Is the Megachurch the New Liberalism?
  5. Megachurches out of america now have a higher average attendance
  6. Depression, Anxiety, Pressure and megachurches
  7. A New Reformation
  8. Engaging the culture without losing the gospel
  9. Reasons why you may not miss the opportunity to go to a Small Church
  10. Having a small church mentality
  11. Germinating small seeds, pebble-stones, small and mega churches and faith
  12. Is your church small?


Further reading

  1. When You Say You are a Christian, What Does it Mean?
  2. A Major Problem for American Christians
  3. Total Depravity: The Drunk, and Speeding, American ‘Evangelist’ (But Actually Heretic)
  4. They Aren’t Apostolic and theirs isn’t any Sort of Reformation
  5. Exciting Story of Church Planting Simplicity
  6. How You See Yourself — Orlando Espinosa
  7. Saturday at St. Gabriel’s Holiday Boutique and a Sunset
  8. Uniquely created
  9. Problem with Miracles
  10. Aimee Semple McPherson: Actress or Anointed?
  11. Tongues And The Azuza Street Revival: A Pagan Religious Ecstatic Practice
  12. Most charismatics are closet cessationists
  13. Gallery of Rogues: Pastor Frank Houston founder of Hillsong, his son Pastor Brian Houston current Hillsong head pastor, Pastor Neville Johnson, Pastor Jim Williams, Pastor Wayne Hughes, Pastor Ian Bilby former head Elim New Zealand. How the corrupt priests of Pentecost sowed devils on each other. Part 12. Australian and New Zealand errant Pentecostal pastors who couldn’t keep it in their trousers or sexually abused little kids
  14. The Greatest Con Man Who Ever Lived
  15. Lust, revisited: theunfetteredpreacher
  16. Book Review: Miracles by Eric Metaxas
  17. Televangelist Benny Hinn ‘Memba Him?! 1
  18. Televangelist Benny Hinn ‘Memba Him?! 2
  19. IRS, Postal Inspectors Raid Benny Hinn Ministries
  20. Street Fighter II – The Best Of Church Edition, Starring Benny Hinn
  21. Does Jesus love you more if you send your pastor a thousand bucks?
  22. Benny Hinn teaching on how Jesus still heals today
  23. Watch: Benny Hinn’s Nephew, Costi Hinn, Condemns ‘Twisted’ Prosperity Gospel On CNN, Talks About Leaving ‘Mafia’-like Family
  24. Delivered from the prosperity “gospel”Michael Brown Again Promotes Fake Rabbi and False Prophet, Jonathan CahnTED Talk: How to Overcome our Biases?
  25. Michael Brown capitalizing on people’s ignorance to lie about the New Apostolic Reformation.
  26. Hillsong Founder Brian Houston Releases Statement After Australia’s Vote For Same-Sex Marriage
  27. Breaking News follow-up: Brian Houston also exposed lying to Royal Commission about father’s sickness
  28. Pastor Brian Houston Hillsong Church is stealing the treasures from the Holy of Holies – The greatest sin after blasphemy
  29. Brian Houston of Hillsong Church has book coming in 2018
  30. Marriage Manifestos
  31. Hillsong’s Brian Houston Says He Believes in Biblical Marriage, But Christians Shouldn’t ‘Dismiss’ Homosexuals’ ‘Desire to Pursue Happiness’
  32. What Hillsong Founder Brian Houston Actually Thinks About Gay Marriage Vote
  33. Brian Houston Says He Believes in Biblical Marriage, But Christians Shouldn’t ‘Dismiss’ Homosexuals’ ‘Desire to Pursue Happiness’
  34. Border Wedding Demonstrates Love Has No Borders
  35. NPR News: Border Wedding Demonstrates Love Has No Boundaries
  36. NPR News: Border Wedding Demonstrates Love Has No Boundaries (come on Valerie)
  37. The Marks Of An Unholy Assembly: The Rise Of The Entertainment Empire Hillsong.
  38. 1998-2016. Hillsong and C3 Pastor. Visited prostitutes on his Hillsong credit card. Hillsong Youth Pastor. Youth Alive evangelist. Fell from grace and “restored” by Dr Phil Pringle head pastor of C3 Church. How the corrupt priests of Pentecost sowed devils on each other. Part 8. Australian and New Zealand errant Pentecostal pastors who couldn’t keep it in their trousers or sexually abused little kids
  39. Hillsong’s Brian Houston Says Belief of
  40. Pastor Phil Pringle of C3 Church maintains his silence on his disciple Kong Hee being in the clink
  41. When Phil Pringle’s ‘pneumatology’ doesn’t align with Jesus’ pneumatology. (Part 1)
  42. Phil Pringle Head Pastor of C3 Global Church. False prophet of the Prosperity Gospel. Part 6. David Yonggi Cho of Yoido Church South Korea the highly corrupt pastor who Phil Pringle of C3 Church Australia is still supporting
  43. Phil Pringle of C3 Global Church. False Prophet. Part 11. This is what Phil Pringle did to Kong Hee and his family. “Probe was traumatic for my son: Kong Hee”
  44. Phil Pringle of C3 Global Church. False prophet. Part 21. Phil Pringle has led “Pastor” Kong Hee to Changi Prison Hell-Hole. Phil Pringle’s comments on his blog-site about Kong Hee’s court case
  45. Phil Pringle of C3 Global Church. False Prophet. Part 23. Phil Pringle calls Singapore Courts “agents of Satan”
  46. Phil Pringle of C3 Global Church. False Prophet. Part 31. Phil Pringle disciple Kong Hee- a bully, a liar, nasty and vindictive to whistleblower and twice the son of hell as his mentor Phil Pringle
  47. Phil Pringle portrays pedophile Frank Houston as a legitimate ‘Shepherd’ in his book ‘You The Leader’.
  48. Phil Pringle head of C3 Global Church compared with Brian Houston head of Hillsong Global Church
  49. Pastor Phil Pringle of C3 Global Church is still silent about his disciple Pastor Kong Hee who he helped go to jail
  50. Phil Pringle Head Pastor of C3 Church. False prophet of the Prosperity Gospel. Part one. Meeting Phil Pringle for the first time in 1982
  51. Phil Pringle Head Pastor of C3 Church. False prophet of the Prosperity Gospel. Part two. Attending C3 church.
  52. Dr Phil Pringle C3 Church disciple Kong Hee, City Harvest leaders permanently barred from managing charities: MCCY
  53. How Phil Pringle of C3 Church in Sydney led his spiritual son Kong Hee to jail
  54. Hillsong insider speaks. Part two. Should Pastor Pat Mesiti be banned from being a pastor?
  55. Bishop T.D. Jakes Shares His Favorite Non Gospel Music
  56. Can You Wait a Minute (or Several Billion)?
  57. How N.C.’s Elevation Church is Building a Diverse Congregation; T.D. Jakes to Appear With Pastor Steven Furtick On Monday
  58. “Women Of Joy” And Other Christian Conferences: Perception Is Not Necessarily Reality
  59. June 13 – Counsel Of The Elders
  60. ​Do it again – By pastor Steven Furtick
  61. Monday Morning Pastor: Steven Furtick
  62. Book Review: ‘Seven Mile Miracle’ – Steven Furtick
  63. Greater” by Steven Furtick
  64. Steven Furtick: Sun Stand Still
  65. From ‘Pastor Gabe’s Blog’: Are T.D. Jakes and Steven Furtick Heretics?
  66. Steven Furtick’s Assault On Biblical Discernment.
  67. Lysa TerKeurst is coming to Athens. Do not go see her
  68. A Litany of Mad Men. 5 min read
  69. Mere Sexuality
  70. Newspring without Perry
  71. Former Megachurch Pastor Perry Noble Announces Divorce
  72. Perry Noble Uses Filthy Hollywood PR Guy to Threaten P&P With Legal Action; Takes Article Offline
  73. Perry Noble says Accusations he Is ‘Unqualified’ to Start New Church ‘Are Absolutely Correct….But God Still Wants To Use Me To Spread the Gospel’
  74. Perry Noble’s PR guy threatens Pulpit & Pen: updated.
  75. I Have Some Questions!
  76. Now teaching Christian doctrine at a church school is ‘extremist’. Move over Monty Python.
  77. Pastor Joel A’Bell Head of Hillsong Australia openly dialoguing with “gay Christian” activist and former Hillsong evangelist Tony Venn-Brown
  78. Can I Be A ‘Part-Time Christian’ and Keep My Sinful Lifestyle?
  79. Hillsong’s Carl Lentz Tells Christians Labeling Him a Coward: ‘You and I Know a Different Jesus’
  80. Goliath Must Fall Review
  81. The politics of religion
  82. Think About It – Why People Should Leave Mega Church Pastors Alone
  83. How the Church Becomes Believable
  84. 23 countries of Birth in One Church
  85. Cessationism vs Continuationism; Discussing Gay Marriage; Presidential Lies; Hobby Lobby, House Church Preaching and much more
  86. Last Sunday
  87. When Christian Leaders Speak Truth to Power
  88. From the Cutting Edge of Church Planting
  89. MacArthur ‘Likes’ A Furtick Tweet
  90. Deal With It
  91. Holiness and the Mega-Church
  92. Paganism Parading as Christianity
  93. Off Grid Illegal; Congressional Suggestions; Income Inequality; Multi-site Churches; Thabiti Anyabwile; Lent and Evangelicals
  94. The Problem With Mega Churches
  95. Pentebabbleist Mega Church Hillsong Doesn’t Want Self Aggrandizing Heretic Mark Driscoll on its Program…
  96. More Pseudo-Christian Megachurch Dirtbaggery from Hillsong
  97. That One Time a Hillsong ‘Pastor’ and Justin Bieber Did Shots Together…
  98. From Crystal to Christ: A Once and Future Cathedral
  99. Who Turned the Lights Off in American Churches?
  100. Bishop of London Warns against “Rootless Evangelicalism” to U.S. Traditional Anglicans
  101. Jen Hatmaker, LGBTQ & Apostolicity
  102. Has the Megachurch Lost Its Luster?
  103. Hillsong Church, Relevance & Pariahs
  104. Prevailing strategies for evangelism turned on their head – Lynn Cory and the Neighborhood Initiative
  105. When Men No Longer Endure Sound Doctrine!!
  106. Yoido Full Gospel Church: How Women Ministers Fueled the Growth of the World’s Largest Church
  107. Faith: Believing in the God Who Works on Your Behalf – by Dr. Yonggi Cho and Dr. Wayde Goodall
  108. Hillsong founder the pedophile Frank Houston and boy victim AHA

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