Category: New Apostolic Reformation (NAR)
WE DISCUSS: Eternal perspective, breaking news of the death of Ravi Zacharias.
How on-line or ‘virtual’ church services may be necessary but is the church truly being edified, equipped?
The New Apostolic Reformation’s (NAR) general response to COVID 19 and misuse of Psalm 91.
Specific (failed) prophecies NAR leaders have given about coronavirus (many were vague to begin with)
Examples of leaders or “Apostles” of the NAR redefining prayer (from petitionary/making requests of God) and making verbal declarations and decrees that somehow release God’s power to create or alter reality.
There is nothing new under the sun, and false teachings and unbiblical movements have been around since the founding of the Christian church. We are warned in Scripture over and over to watch out for false teachers, but today’s church has been infected with them.
Too many believers have accepted unbiblical ideas because on the surface they might sound good, but they leave you deceived and empty. It is easy to fall into deception, but few understand the underlying fact that it is clearly a war against the Truth of the Lord Jesus Christ.
Deceivers have crept unnoticed, and have infiltrated many American churches and denominations infecting countless victims. Some are subtle in their approach while others are blatantly heretical, denying the deity of Jesus Christ, promoting compromise and espousing man’s agendas. The NAR is one such movement.Read More
On Fridays, we get to read your comments and answer your questions by going to the Word of God. This morning your topics of interest include:
Mental illness and Christians
home churches vs. mega-churches
“slain in the spirit” theology
dealing with children confused about their sexuality and gender
Is it wrong for pastors wearing $40,000 watches or driving expensive cars, etc?
Kingdom Now theology
Can we become too dogmatic about certain Scriptures pertaining to salvation?
Our daughter is engaged to a Mormon; she says they both worship the same God – advice, please!
I listen to Rick Warren’s daily podcast and enjoy it. What are the issues you have with him?
You can chime in by texting “speak up” to 90100 or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.orgRead More
This morning Mike and Crash read your comments and answer your questions using God’s Word. Our discussion this week with John Loeffler and Gary Kah have sparked discussion on how professing Christian Churches will respond to discrimination, pressure and persecution.
The Hebrew Roots Movement, “experiencing God” and “SOZO” type ministries are also discussed.Read More
In Matthew 12:38, the scribes and Pharisees asked Jesus for “another sign” not long after he had healed the sick and a demon-possessed man who was also blind. Jesus responded:”An evil and adulterous generation seeks for a sign but none will be given except the sign of the prophet Jonah”That “sign” was when Jesus would rise from the grave to prove His deity and God’s power over sin and death.Many Christians and churches today are continually seeking more signs and wonders. Let’s be clear: some are sincere believers in Christ, but their continual need for additional signs and miracles testifies to the weakness of their faith in the completed work of Jesus on the cross. We look at a critique from The Gospel Coalition regarding Bethel Church in Redding, California and its leaders Bill and and Beni Johnson, and we discuss the pitfalls of this charismatic movement.In our first segment we visit with author David Richardson to discuss content in his book Transparent – about how our deeply held assumptions can deceive us and hinder us in our walk with God.Read More
Institutions in our nation and around the world are going through monumental change. We are seeing governments, media, education, businesses, political parties, and sadly even churches embracing change in direction as well as values. John Loeffler of Steel on Steel Radio has studied this metamorphosis and the worldview behind the decline, and joins us to discuss the changing fabric of society and its institutions. How should we as disciples of Jesus Christ understand and respond to this caustic progression (regression?) around us?Read More
The Bible is clear that there will be many false teachers leading people astray in the final years, and many professing Christians will be part of this final apostasy. It also tells us we should avoid anyone who teaches a gospel contrary to the Bible’s teaching. But Paul also tells us to bear with one another as believers; standing up for truth, but also not allowing insignificant divisions to cause problems. The problem is that we are not always clear about what is a significant or insignificant division within Christianity.Francis Chan has been on a very interesting journey over the past few years. He resigned as pastor of the mega-church he founded and went on a personal sabbatical. He has returned and finds himself in a growing controversy surrounding his criticism of American Christianity as well as his recent appearances at IHOP and alongside Todd White and Benny Hinn. Really?So where does Chan really stand on doctrine? Mike, David, and Crash look at the controversy and discuss the difficulties in being discerning Christians without jumping to conclusions or branding those we disagree with a “heretic” or “apostate.”ARTICLESRead More
Many Christians in America are asking that question these days as we see a growing number of churches change. The Gospel of reconciliation being replaced with consumerism and our “best life now”; moves of the Holy Spirit being replaced with emotional manipulation through loud music and fog machines; and churches that look more and more like the world Jesus told us would hate us and that we should hate.
But the changes introduced into American Christianity have been so subtle that many people do not even notice them until one day we suddenly feel like a stranger and alien in the very church we attended for years.
Jan Markell of Olive Tree Views and Understanding the Times Radio joins us to talk about the growing concerns of serious Christians about what they see happening in many of our churches these days.Read More
Fridays we turn the microphones over to you to discuss whatever topic is on your mind. To send us your questions or comments you can go to email@example.com or call us at 1-800-979-9010 anytime.
Here is what you want to talk about:
The Calvin/Arminius debate.
The Episcopal Church now referring to God in gender neutral pronouns only.
Christians, mental health, medication and biblical counseling.
Church programs including “The Path of a Peacemaker” and IF: Gathering for women.Read More
Mankind is a mess and getting worse with each passing day as we reject God’s Word in favor of the ways of man. We try new human ideas and nothing changes. We elect new leaders who promise things will get better but they never do. In spite of what God’s Word tells us about the increasing effects of sin and rejecting God some people think mankind still controls his own destiny.
Even within professing Christianity some use human understanding and schemes, thinking we can change the end to this world’s story. But the Bible is clear that this world will one day become so evil and rebellious against God that it will be lead to the brink of self-annihilation. But then the King of Kings and the Lord of Lords returns to judge this world and establish His everlasting kingdom.
Pastor Gary Gilley joins us this morning to continue our look at The NAR (New Apostolic Reform), Many within the movement think Christians are called to take complete dominion over this world, preparing it for the coming of Jesus through gaining control of institutions like education, media and government. But are their views consistent with the Bible?Read More
Friday is typically the day when we turn the show over to you, our listeners to discuss any topic you want. Some of the issues you want to discuss today include:
The ongoing NFL protest controversy
Will American Christian Churches ever return to a biblical model for church?
The continuing gifts of the Holy Spirit vs. the teaching of “cessationism”
The New Apostolic Reform Movement,
and, how do we speak the truth in love when the other side wants to shut us down?
Before we get to your questions, we have a special guest on the program today – and we’ve been trying to get this man back for about 10 months. In our first segment, we welcome back Amir Tsarfati of Behold Israel Ministries to discuss world events in light of Scripture, the increasing pressure on Israel, the Interpol vote at the U.N. to accept a “state of Palestine,” Europe being ready for the Antichrist, witches putting hexes on President Trump, and unfolding events in the Middle East that point to biblical prophecy.
The New Apostolic Reformation movement (NAR) is one of the broadest and most powerful movements within Christianity today, yet many do not know about it or how to discern it. The NAR is recognized by claims of modern day apostles, prophets, performing signs and wonders, calls for Christians to take over worldly institutions to prepare for the coming Kingdom of God, and heightened calls of spiritual warfare against demonic spirits with specific names or geographical strong holds. While its ranks are growing, some are warning of the teachings of the movement, concerned with issues like new (extra-biblical) revelation and modern day self-proclaimed “prophets” speaking for God, similar to how the Old Testament prophets delivered the Word of God.
We’re joined by Pastor Gary Gilley who has studied the New Apostolic Reformation Movement in depth and will discuss its doctrines and beliefs.Read More
We discuss how the role of pastor has changed, how the church has changed, particularly in America, and how politics has almost become a four-letter word in churches. It wasn’t always this way.Read More
We discuss the new documentary, the goal for it as well as other contributors. Plus, Joe Biden wanting children as young as 8 to be able to choose their gender, NFL pushing social activism and LGBT history month, and Oreo running gay pride ads with rainbow colored Oreos.Read More
Today we discuss what’s going on behind the Deep State curtain. How do you define it and who’s pulling strings and manipulating markets and politics? According to a Monmouth poll, 74% of people believe “Deep State” exists, but few talk about it or understand what it is exactly. Alex Newman is here to explain and inform.Read More
We discuss the United Nations Global Governance Forum, a conference built around the UN’s 75th anniversary; their goal is for the salvation of the earth – and Christians and America are in the way. Action points that underscore this Forum include supporting the UN system, alongside the IMF and World Bank, in developing a post-Covid economic and social reset.Read More
Today, David covers many articles with a focus being on Christians, free speech, and censorship; an evil, biased, and corrupt national media, big tech influence in elections and political contributions to Democrats, and the Smithsonian celebrating abortion and transgenderism (murder and moral relativism).Read More