The New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) cult can be traced back to the New Order of the Latter Rain (NOLR) movement in North Battleford, Saskatchewan in 1948. 4 785 more words
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PENTECOSTAL PASTOR – PHILIP POWELL
Philip Powell (now deceased) of Christian Witness Ministries, left the Australian AOG when he witnessed the unChristian behaviour of these self-appointed Apostles and Prophets, labeling the ‘Assemblies of God’ the ‘Assemblies of Baal’. 2 307 more words
A few years ago, Dr Michael Brown made the following claim:
«According to church historian Vinson Synan, the Brownsville Revival (1995-2000) was the longest-running local church revival in American history, and as an eyewitness and participant in more than 1,500 revival services or classes during those years, I can testify to the fact that day after day, Jesus was exalted, the Scriptures were preached, sinners were called to repentance and believers were encouraged to surrender their lives afresh to God.» 3 462 more words
ROSEBROUGH’S LATEST SERMON REVIEW EXPOSES BROWN AS AN APOSTLE
Chris Rosebrough from Fighting for the Faith recently reviewed a Michael Brown sermon.
At one stage in the sermon review, Rosebrough highlighted the language of Michael Brown, wondering if Michael Brown considered himself an NARpostle. 823 more words
HILSONG RALLIES BEHIND NARPOSTLE FURTICK?
Hillsong has made it clear that their god has given them a vision to be made into, «A network committed to the… 1 502 more words
Many people assume that the origins of Hillsong originated from Charismaticism, Pentecostalism or the Salvation Army. This is not true.
This series of articles looks at the history of the New Order of the Latter Rain (NOLR) and how it overtook the AOG in NZ, the AOG in Australia and how Frank Houston, the founder of Hillsong/Christian Life Center, was instrumental in spreading Latter Rain influences throughout New Zealand and Australian churches. 1 958 more words