In case you are not aware, Che Ahn of Harvest International Ministries has declared Patricia King and Lou Engle to be New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) Apostles.
We provide a brief summary of how to identify NAR Apostles (NARpostles) here:
Jesus’ Apostles commended Christians (as Paul did with the Bereans) for testing their message and teachings. In contrast, NAR Apostles think they are above having their teaching scrutinized. They do not like to have their teachings, visions, prophecies or special revelations biblically challenged. In fact, they do not tolerate anyone who does.
These NARpostles are abusive, controlling, deceitful, lawless, hostile, and sometimes even appear ‘deranged’ (and that’s being polite). These NARpostles blatantly lie about their titles and justify any form of immoral, unethical and sometimes lawless behaviour to advance their own ministries. And finally they operate like a pack of wolves. They defend one another and go after the sheep or shepherds who try to warn God’s flock of their schemes. This is why we call NAR Apostles NARpostles, their idea or concept of an apostle no way resembles actual biblical apostles.
We hope you take advantage of this resource as we point out who some of these NAR Apostles are.
To start, we need to look at what Che Ahn said about Apostolic Centers (emphasis added):
“There is a difference between a local church and an apostolic Center. The main difference is that whoever’s leading that Apostolic Center has to be called as an Apostle.” [Source]
We now draw your attention to the following, from Che Ahn’s HIM website:
“How does a movement begin? By following the Holy Spirit. Ten years after Ché and Sue Ahn left Maryland to come to Los Angeles and steward the coming revival Ché was told of a vision, Harvest Rock Church was experiencing a powerful move of the Spirit. People were getting radically healed, saved and encountered by the glory of God. Heavenly visitations and visions became a regular occurrence at the nightly protracted meetings that lasted for 18 months. This was revival.
After previously being a part of a worldwide Christian movement, the Lord spoke to Ché through a word from respected prophet and author, Cindy Jacobs, that he was to “father” a new movement – a “network of networks”, meant to train and raise up others. Ché would have spiritual children in every continent who would reach the world. Rooted in a value for spiritual covering, accountability, relationship and community centered and built on Him – the person of Jesus Christ – Harvest International Ministry (HIM) was birthed in 1996.”
Source: Our Movement Birthed, HarvestIM.Org, http://harvestim.org/about/#, Access 13/05/2017.
This is important in light of the information given by Che Ahn who said of Lou Engle below that, “Lou Engle is an HIM Apostle and HIM member since its founding.” This means Lou Engle has been an NARpostle since 1996. This also means that when Michael Brown was working with both Che Ahn, C. Peter Wagner and Lou Engle, he chose to surround himself and work with NAR Apostles.
HIM supports Apostolic centers around the world, as they
pursue the work the Lord has placed before them.
Patricia King is a respected minister of the gospel, and forerunner of apostolic center XPministries, successful business owner, and an inventive entrepreneur. HIM is proud to partner with and sponsor such a mover and shaker in the Kingdom of God. She is an accomplished itinerant speaker, author, television host, media producer, and ministry network overseer who has given her life fully to Jesus Christ and to His Kingdom’s advancement in the earth. She is the founder of XP Ministries and co-founder of XPmedia.com.
Source: HarvestIM.Org, hhttp://harvestim.org/him-around-the-world/, Accessed 12/04/2017.
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