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Bill Johnson, IHOP, and the ‘Passion Translation’

The New Apostolic Reformation's most influential leaders continue to quote from the "Passion Translation"--despite the fact that this translation is no translation at all.

The danger of the live simulcast

You might have noticed a growing trend. More churches are hosting live simulcasts, featuring big-name Christian speakers, like one coming up Wednesday, called The Gathering 2016. There are a lot of reasons why they’re popular, which I’ll address below. But despite the popularity of the simulcast, churches need to be aware of a particular danger before they decide to host one of these events.

‘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?

SBC president slated to speak at major NAR event tonight

I was disappointed to learn that the president of the Southern Baptist Convention, Ronnie Floyd, agreed to be a keynote speaker at the International House of Prayer’s annual youth conference in Kansas City, Missouri.

Matt Redman and Francis Chan: Slated to Appear at ‘OneThing’

I have learned that two other influential evangelicals are slated to appear at another New Apostolic Reformation event: musician Matt Redman and Bible teacher Francis Chan.

‘Voice of the Apostles’ Day 1

Yesterday, I watched the opening session of the 2013 Voice of Apostles conference in Orlando, Florida, sponsored by Global Awakening. Here are some of my initial impressions.

The Changing of the Apostolic Guard: 13 Names to Watch

I think we are witnessing a time of leadership transition in the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) movement. The first-generation NAR leaders–those who formulated the major teachings of the NAR movement–have begun stepping aside and a new generation of apostles and prophets have risen to take their places.

Third Day: Don’t You Know?

There is another sign that the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) movement is becoming mainstreamed. Christian rock band Third Day has agreed to lead worship at the 2013 “Voice of the Apostles” conference –an NAR event–to be held in Orlando, Florida, next month.

Evangelical Leaders and the NAR: What Gives?

A reporter recently asked me why more traditional evangelicals–including Dallas Willard and Josh McDowell–would take part in an event organized by NAR leaders. This is what I told her.

Pray and A.C.T.

Why would mainstream evangelical leaders team up with controversial apostles and prophets?

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