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Listen to my latest radio interview about the New Apostolic Reformation

September 9th, 2016 | 8 Comments | Posted in My Books

pirate-christian-radio-logoToday I was interviewed by Chris Rosebrough on his show Fighting for the Faith about the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) and my two co-authored books about this movement. It was broadcast live by Pirate Christian Radio and is now available as a podcast. We covered a lot of territory, including the NAR‘s growing influence, its peculiar spiritual warfare practices, and radical NAR beliefs about the end time. Check it out here.


Holly Pivec is the co-author of A New Apostolic Reformation?: A Biblical Response to a Worldwide Movement and God’s Super-Apostles: Encountering the Worldwide Prophets and Apostles Movement. She has a master’s degree in Christian apologetics from Biola University.


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8 Responses to “Listen to my latest radio interview about the New Apostolic Reformation”

  1. kadri liisa Says:

    I just finished listening your latest interview in this podcast. I am listening as constructive researcher of NAR movement what has been my own religious movement in one way or in another way quite long time. And i do not deny that in NAR leaders has done lots of mistake as humans. but as i have seen in my own life how pastoral model of church messed my spiritual life up in another way kind of and how under authority of  apostolic calling it is easier for prophetic person to be, to grow spiritually and get mature.
    Thus i believe that when there is such faulty leader then there is also  healthy apostolic prophetic leaders with heart of father to guide their flock.

  2. Kati Says:

    This interview was EXCELLENT.  It have a clear, and concise explanation of what this mess entails.

  3. Holly Says:

    Thanks. I’m glad you liked it, Kati.

  4. Tony Barrera Says:

    Dear Ms. Pivec:

    Last night, I listened to your interview with Chris Rosebrough on the NAR movement. While the content was very valuable (which was to be expected, based on what you have written in the past on the subject), the level of professionalism that you displayed throughout the interview was quite impressive. Thank you for the wonderful work that you are doing in the Lord’s ministry. It has been of much assistance for me here in Japan where proponents, such as Bill Johnson and Mike Bickle, have been active for a number of years. It is not the wolves in sheep clothing that cause confusion as much as the wolves in shepherds’ clothing. Again, thank you for your work. I believe the interview will be valuable for many people in a variety of ways.

    God bless,

    T. Barrera

  5. Holly Says:

    Thanks for your encouraging words, T. Barrera.

  6. Ian Dsouza Says:

    Many thanks Holly for the excellent research done on NAR. Besides having devoured your site for all the info provided, I have also listened to your radio interview on PirateRadio which was extremely helpful and eye-opening! Thanks so much and keep up the good work!
    IAN, Mumbai, India

  7. kadri liisa Says:

    I listened this recording again and there is several things i want to bring out.
    1.Christ coming back vs NAR perfectioning themselves. In Bible Acts 3:21 it says that Christ is not let to come until all is accomplished. And it does not happened by its own but believers has to work on it to makw their own part. Eph 5:25 talks about getting washed by water in word which means renewing your mind…
    2. About those fivefold gifts by the way Kenneth E Hagin has written book he gave gifts to mankind where he judges of course NAR teaching but brings out that there is four catergories of apostles.
    3. Concerning this statement that those who are not apostolically aligned are out of God end time plan i have not heard of it said by nar ppl so i am bit shocked if it really true.for me i believe God can use all churches so much as it is possible.

  8. Preferring the NarrowStreet! Says:

    Thank you Holly for all your efforts in research and in getting this much needed information out.  My family along with several others have just had to leave a church we all loved because we discovered that the leadership was committed to the teachings and goals of the NAR.  We knew nothing about this movement until February of this year and as we began to examine teachings we were getting at our church and discovered where these teachings were coming from, it just kept getting worse the further we looked.  Your book was immensely helpful to us in this process.

    The most disturbing thing about where the teaching leads as far as I am concerned is that it leads to spiritual adultery.  Idolatry.  Another gospel.  Another Jesus.  Another Spirit. A redefinition of the nature of man, the role and identity of the Christian and on and on.  We found 1 Corinthians 10 and the backstory referred to there as particularly enlightening.  It helped us understand what the cravings are in our sinful nature which lead to us wanting this idolatry.  We want spiritual experiences now.  We don’t know how to wait.  We want to hear from God and feel significant and loved without needing to exercise discipline to read, study, memorize and obey God’s word.  The techniques that this movement teaches give us “god” at our beck and call.  Our genie in a bottle.  And the signs and wonders become the proof of our spirituality rather than the fruit of the Spirit in our lives.  The Lord through Paul warns us in this passage that God was not pleased with Isreal’s spiritual idolatry back then.  He warns us that we need to take care lest we fall into the same sin.  Is there no fear of God anymore?

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