As we all now know, Dr Michael Brown has just invited Jen Hodge onto his show to promote occultism under the guise of ‘evangelism’. He has previously given the impression this is nothing more than a ‘fringe group’ engaging in… Read More ›
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The latest article from one of our favourite polemicists, our good friend Rick Becker from the ‘Famine In The Land’ blog. In this post Rick alerts his readers to what Bethel Church, Redding has done – ‘created another Jesus, another… Read More ›
As Lindsay Davis, now former student of BSSM (Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry), continues on her wonderful journey away from the influence of Bethel’s false teaching, she takes the time to respond to the selling of false “prophetic jewellery” being… Read More ›
Bethel & Ben Fitzgerald need to be held accountable as occultists continue to establish deep connections with Bethel & Awakening Conferences.
Towards the end of last year Bethel Church Redding, California attempted to distance themselves from a group in Australia who practice and promote witchcraft. This particular group engaged in New Age and occultic practices such as tarot card readings, stone… Read More ›
When Ps. Stephen Tan Wei Shan wrote his recent FB article for The Gospel Coalition Australia, critiquing the Bethel movement, he was soon contacted by Ben Fitzgerald (founder of Awakening Conference) to organise a face-to-face meeting, in an attempt to… Read More ›
An excellent follow-up article from “Famine In The Land” Rick Becker as he examines the spiritual “aftermath” of the Carr fires in California, that came so close to the headquarters of Bethel Church, Redding. Rick Becker writes: As the ashes… Read More ›
An very important topic addressed in Rick Becker’s latest article from “Famine In The Land”. Rick Becker writes: The New Apostolic Reformation is alive and thriving in South Africa. Should we be concerned? Yes, because this insidious movement is deceiving… Read More ›
In this article, we look at the context as to why Bethel was teaching that Christians can walk on water and walk through walls.