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NAR and the turning tide

It's been encouraging to see a growing number of Christian organizations and church leaders recently speak out against NAR teachings and practices.

Will NAR converge with evangelical churches?

Don Veinot and Ron Henzel, of Midwest Christian Outreach, invited me to join them on their “Unknown Webcast” to discuss “Will NAR converge with evangelical churches?”

A reply to Michael Brown’s ‘Appeal for Holly Pivec and Prof. Doug Geivett to Separate Yourselves From the Hyper-Critics’

Last week, Michael Brown wrote an open letter to myself and my co-author Doug Geivett, urging us to separate ourselves from “hyper-critics” of the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) and inviting us to join him, on air, for more discussions about NAR.

The Christian Post prints my response to Michael Brown’s ‘NAR Straw Man’

Today the Christian Post printed my response to Michael Brown’s claims that the New Apostolic Reformation is a myth and a conspiracy theory.

The New Apostolic Reformation: Movement or Myth?: With Doug Geivett, Holly Pivec, and Michael Brown

I was excited to be part of this important discussion with my co-author, Doug Geivett, and Michael Brown.

My response to Michael Brown’s claim that NAR doesn’t exist

During a recent podcast interview, Alisa Childers asked for my response to Michael Brown’s claims that the New Apostolic Reformation doesn’t exist.

Watch my new interview on the Unknown Webcast

On Tuesday I was interviewed about the New Apostolic Reformation on the Unknown Webcast. This is my second interview on this webcast, which is produced by Midwest Christian Outreach.

Identifying New Apostolic Reformation churches in your city

After I speak about the New Apostolic Reformation and its dangers, a question I’m often asked is, “Do you think there are any NAR churches where I live?”

Buzzfeed’s eye-opening look inside the Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry

Last week Buzzfeed published an excellent, eye-opening article about the Bethel School of Supenatural Ministry — a school run by Bethel Church in Redding, California, probably the most influential church in the New Apostolic Reformation.

Should our church sing Bethel Music worship songs?

A frequent question I hear has to do with the music being made by groups coming out of Bethel Redding and other churches that have New Apostolic Reformation beliefs. The question is, is it OK to sing their songs as long as the lyrics don’t contain any error?

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