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What Churches Should Know About YWAM Part 3: ‘Hearing God’s Voice’

Dubious teachings about hearing God’s voice are taught at all YWAM Discipleship Training Schools during their lecture phase, as they are part of the core curriculum.

What churches should know about YWAM Part 2: Partnering with the New Apostolic Reformation

Many people are unaware that YWAM has come under significant influence from a controversial movement known as the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR). In this post, I show that YWAM has allied itself with NAR leaders and has adopted many of their questionable teachings and practices.

What churches should know about YWAM Part 1: A sketchy theological heritage

This post is the first in a series on the influential Christian missions organization Youth With a Mission (YWAM), with a focus on its relationship to the controversial New Apostolic Reformation movement.

[ More ] May 14th, 2019 | 38 Comments | Posted in Size and Influence of the NAR, YWAM

What are the dangers of ‘Treasure-Hunting’ evangelism?

Despite its popularity, the practice of Treasure Hunting is one that ought to be avoided by Christians because of its many inherent problems and dangers.

Twisting the legacy of Billy Graham: End-time apostle and prophet, Lou Engle–The new Billy Graham?

I recall words my father told me decades ago. He said to watch, when Billy Graham dies, and see how people will twist his message.

[ More ] February 21st, 2018 | 24 Comments | Posted in Lou Engle, Miracles/Supernatural Powers

End-time apostle and prophet, Lou Engle–The new Billy Graham?

Lou Engle, founder of The Call and a leader in the New Apostolic Reformation, has been making an audacious claim to audiences in large stadiums and churches across America: that the “mantle” of the aged Billy Graham is about to fall on him and his followers.

‘Unity’ that is not unity: ‘Together 2016’

Christians from across church backgrounds will gather, Saturday, July 16, at the National Mall for an event called “Together 2016.” Participants are praying and fasting for at least one million people to attend. The purpose is for Christians to set aside their doctrinal differences and unite by focusing on Jesus and spiritual awakening. But is this kind of unity a good thing– or even unity at all?