I am sad to say this, but I believe Victory Assembly of God in Tucson Arizona is falling into the apostolic trap. In a recent small groups which they started they had everybody study Rick Warren’s book “/The purpose Driven life. Pastor Jan relies heavily on Peter Wagner’s teachings in classes she leads. The altar ministry team is instructed to look into the eyes of the people they are praying for. (That smacks of hypnotism to me) We have since moved out of the area. Those are dear people over there. But they don’t know what they are falling into.
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NAR prophet Bill Hamon delivers the '2013 Word of the Lord'
The 700 Club features NAR prophet Bill Hamon
I’m the former managing editor of Biola University’s magazine, Biola Magazine, and a former contributing writer to the Christian Research Journal. I have a master’s degree in Christian apologetics from Biola. I also operate the site www.fulfilledprophecy.com.
In response to the posting "The NAR Movement Worldwide"
"NAR has influenced a lot of churches in Sweden also. Their leaders are often invited to speak at conferences and so on. One organisation that is called New Wine who has Anglican roots are quite responsible for this. Apathy and ignorance, lack of biblical knowledge and discernment, immaturity and a longing after healing and wonders are some of the reasons for this. The Word of Faith movement have also a strong influence in a lot of churches which is quite worrying and a reason for the NAR movement's popularity."-- Azaryahu
Your prophets have seen for you
false and deceptive visions;
they have not exposed your iniquity
to restore your fortunes,
but have seen for you oracles
that are false and misleading. - Lamentations 2:14