The NAR – You Will Know Them By Their Nuts

The New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) is one of the biggest cults that have invaded Christianity today, causing the world to consider Christianity is as extreme as extreme radical Muslims.

Peter Wagner is recognised as the head of the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR). He has helped define it, form it, defend it, lead it and govern it.

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The Hillsong movement and the C3 Church movement from Australia (and the Australian and New Zealand AOG) are apart of the NAR cult. City Harvest Church and New Creation Church from Singapore and Yoido Full Gospel Church from South Korea are part of the NAR cult. The ‘Embassy of God’ is also an NAR cult. All these churches have been exposed for either cover-up, sexual abuse, financial scandals, fraud and so on.

The propaganda arm of the NAR are the TBN network, the CBN network, the CharismaMag, Charisma News and many other so-called Christian publishing houses or “Christian” channels. So it is worth any government or media organisation to pay attention to the dangers these cults are pushing on their cities, states or nations under the guise of Christianity. The results of these dangerous doctrines are horrific.

May the below video warn you what the nuts look like in this movement.


Here is an example of an NAR indoctrinating youth: Apostle Becky Fischer’s ‘Kids in Ministry International’.

When watching the film, it is the LANGUAGE, DOCTRINE, PRACTICES, REACTIONS, BEHAVIOUR and ASSOCIATIONS that proves Becky Fischer was influenced by the NARpostolic/Prophetic teachings of Peter Wagner, Ted Haggard (Wagner’s pastor), Chuck Pierce, Jack Hayford, John Whimber, Lou Engle and many other popular NARpostles through out the NAR’s history.

(If you are not familiar with the language and doctrines, the NAR peddle doctrine’s such as “Joels Army”, “New Breed” theology, the “seven mountain mandate”, the “new wine-skin”doctrine.)


When the explosive documentary ‘Jesus Camp’ came out, Ted Haggard (Wagner’s pastor) publicly denounced the documentary, saying that the film poorly misrepresents Evangelicalism. [Source] 

Haggard was right.

The film accurately represents the brainwashing that the New Apostolic Reformation performs on people and younger generations: the NAR do not reflect Evangelicalism. So this film ACCURATELY captured the ministries of Ted Haggard and Peter Wagner.

Becky Fischer’s own reaction to the documentary on her ministry is interesting.

“Christians go after me because of doctrinal issues, whereas the world is going after me because they think I’m another Adolf Hitler.”

This observation is true.

  1. Christianity should reject NAR cults like Becky Fischer’s because the NAR for decades has been gutting Christian churches, force them to align under their Apostolic regime and brainwash people to embrace it’s totalitarian end-times agenda. To question their doctrines is to question what God is teaching his church through his governing NARpostles and Prophets.
  2. And the world will think that Fischer is “another Adolf Hitler” because the New Apostolic Reformation raises dictators that impose their values and beliefs on a culture through unbiblical and irrational means. (In fact, Hillsong’s founder, Apostle Frank Houston was labeled a “dictator” when he brought the Apostolic Model into his church of Lower Hutt, New Zealand. The effects of Frank’s ministry was reflected in Hillsong’s Mercy Ministry where women were abused in attempts to have demons cast out of them.)

Fischer also claimed that, “They’re accusing me of raising a Christian jihad.”

According to the Al Jazeera, the New Apostolic Reformation is “America’s own Taliban” (The taliban is an Islamic fundamentalist political movement in Afghanistan currently waging jihad within that country). And Al Jazeera would know considering they are very familiar with what the Taliban is and how jihads work. In fact, NARpostle Peter Wagner himself is proud of the fact that the NAR is the fastest growing religion in the world and considers it is rivaling the growth of Islam.

Our reaction to the Jesus Film?

This is the result of the church not dealing with the NAR. And as soon as Christianity speaks against the types of churches we monitor, the sooner this nonsense can be stamped out for the sake of integrity in Jesus name.


Fischer announced in Novemeber 2006 that she would be shutting down her Kids In Ministry International summer camp due to negative reaction towards her in the film. However, Becky Fischer has made a come back.

And what she has done to get herself back is unbelievable. She has been commissioned as a “teaching Apostle” under Chuck Pierce and Peter Wagner.

This is the same Peter Wagner who endorsed David Cartledge’s book in 2000 that praised serial paedophile Frank Houston of Hillsong Church as an “apostle”.

This can be found on her website:

Chuck Pierce & C. Peter Wagner Commission Becky

SMALL.OILBecky is a member of Global Spheres, under the leadership of Chuck Pierce and C. Peter Wagner, and has been a featured teacher for the Wagner Leadership Institute in Brazil along with Wagner and others. She was commissioned under Global Spheres in 2015.

Fischer is also a member of the Women in Ministry Network (WIMN) under Patricia King.

Source: Kids In Ministry,, Accessed 19/05/2016.


Fischer records part of the dialogue of Wagner and Pierce:

“One of the most unexpected, yet glorious connections was made this year (2015) as Becky Fischer attended the annual Global Spheres conference in Texas. It had been preceded by the opportunity for Becky to speak in Belo Horizonte, Brazil for the Brazilian branch of the Wagner Leadership Institute. There she met, and became friends with, C. Peter Wagner and his wife Doris. Peter invited her to join Global Spheres. At the GS event Becky was commissioned by Pierce and Wagner with these comments:

Peter to attendees: …and her vision is that children rise up with all the gifts. And we see children with the same gifts we have and ministering with those gifts with measurable results. So Becky is one of the main international leaders in teaching that, and has teaching materials on how to do it…She spoke with us down in Brazil, and she spoke more than all the rest of us.

SMALL.CHUCKChuck: And it was great to get to know Becky Fischer. Becky, come forward. Goodness! The power and strength you operated in when you shared with us today! What you said about the next generation, it has to come! And that generation has to break out of a wineskin. And, so Lord, we thank you that Becky is going to be used to break a generation into…ah…leading a new wine skin. She’s a teaching apostle. Lord, we send her forth, and we say let the doors fly open!”

Source: Kids In Ministry,, Accessed 19/05/2016.


Becky Fischer is also publicly endorsed by the notorious false prophets Wes and Stacey Campbell:

“Becky Fischer has been quietly behind the scenes making an impact for the kingdom in the nations of the earth. She speaks with authority into the lives of a new generation of children and youth. While she is an incredible apostolic mother to the emerging generation of children, her message is for all generations. She speaks prophetically into the hearts of, not only children, but young people, parents, adults of all ages and church leaders. She is one of the leading voices for training the next generation to know the Bible as a history book. But she also to teaches them to do signs and wonders today like they did in the book of Acts. The coming revival will be an inter-generational move of God. Becky reminds us we cannot forget to bring the children with us.”

–Wes and Stacey Campbell, Revival Now and Be a Hero Ministries

Source: Kids In Ministry,, Accessed 19/05/2016.

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11 replies

  1. Hi there, I’ve been reading your website for several months now and am very thankful for your willingness to expose all these crazy people.

    Does anyone remember the popular Christian fiction novel, “This Present Darkness,” by Frank Peretti? It was written in the 80’s. Every time I read an update about these NAR “apostles” and their new age practices, I can’t help but think of that book. Though the book is fiction, the similarities to what is going in on the present day Christian church are uncanny.

  2. People of God: Never ever allow yourself or your family members to attend or read any literature or view any videos that are not in conformity with the written word of God…the Bible. If what they are teaching or advocating does not line up with scriptures, reject it!
    You are to be wise as a serpent and harmless as a dove. Discernmnent as provided by the illumination of the Holy Spirit will inform your spirit that what is being asked of you or what is being taught is devilish and a doctrine of demons. Read, read and read the Bible and do not be bamboozeled by these false teachers and prophets of the NAR and their offshoots. Do not have itching ears to hear worldly wisdom as if somehow it is better than the wisdom of God. If your spirit does not bear witness with what is being taught, reject it and
    disavow it!
    There is no excuse for a holy spirit filled christian to be running around seeking out fleshy induced religious experiences because you find it “exciting” or fulfilling. That is not the standard of sound teaching and preaching.

  3. why is this becky fischer in this video talking about people not wanting to go on a 3 or 40 day fast…. while she is the hugest person in that room of 500 people??

    come on people. she should has no credibility to anyone with any common sense whatsoever.

  4. Reblogged this on gullley and commented:
    Don’t want my grands near this woman. That’s all I can say here.

  5. Thank you for sharing this. I left a NAR church in Tofield, Alberta over 5 years ago and have been exposing them to everyone ever since. I still have 11 members of that church on my facebook list and I pray that their eyes will be opened to this deception.

  6. Sure, these folks have taken things to extremes (in to the ditch), but not all of what they are teaching is wrong.

    Jesus taught the Gospel of the Kingdom of God and even said the Gospel of the Kingdom would be preached through the world and then the end will come… you guys apparently don’t believe all scripture because the Kingdom of God is “righteousness, peace, and joy in the Holy Spirit”

    They are in the ditch on one side believing they are going to take over the world for Jesus (which isn’t happening until the Head of the Body of Christ gets here), you folks are in the ditch on the other side thinking Jesus has changed over the years and no longer heals and delivers people from darkness with His Spirit which He said He would send to His people.

    Hopefully you people will find some balance and actually believe God’s Word and get out of the ditch. Both you and the NAR people have logs in your eyes telling the other side they can’t see. Pretty ridiculous… I’m glad this age is about over seeing some much unscriptural garbage coming in from all quarters.

    • “you folks are in the ditch on the other side thinking Jesus has changed over the years and no longer heals and delivers people from darkness with His Spirit which He said He would send to His people.”
      Correction: we believe the bible and don’t twist it. Where have we ever stated we believe that God does not heal or deliver people?


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