This article looks at how the NAR rewrite their history to bolster their credibility and how they rely on fringe cult groups (Azuza, Latter Rain), to add weight to their spiritual supremacy.
This article looks into how the New Apostolic Reformation continued to praise one of their own (Serial Paeophile Frank Houston).
In a interview, Holly Pivec claims the NAR exists, talking about how it is infiltrating denominations and taking over churches and cultures. Michael Brown claims it is a myth. Who do you believe?
An NAR Apostolic ‘cretan, (one of their own)’, freely talks about the New Apostolic Reformation and the ‘Fourth Wave. This testimony is true – unless you’re Michael Brown who continues to deny its existence…
The New Apostolic Reformation exploded across the globe through carefully constructed revival events. Such revivals as the Lakeland Outpouring (April, 2008), the Brownsville Revival (June, 1995) and the Toronto Blessing (January, 1994). Yet all these were the result of what started… Read More ›
We’re often labeled as ‘religious’ or carrying a ‘religious spirit’ by followers of popular evangelical leaders. They are playing the religious card, a spin-off of the ‘Pharisee Card’. There are two uses of this card. Use 1: The ‘religious’ card… Read More ›
Still not sure if the Dr Brown and the Brownsville revival is of God or the devil? This resource is here to help you clearly and easily discern these issues.
Just as in the United States, Australia has their own New Apostolic Reformation extremists. One of the most well known? ‘Apostle’ Danny Nalliah.
Brian Houston and C. Peter Wagner (who knew of Frank’s crimes), among others, endorsed Pringle’s book ‘You The Leader’, that reinforced Frank Houston was a genuine pastor/shepherd.
Although William Paul Young clearly has denounced the Christian faith and refuses to believe the central truths of Christianity, Hillsong leaders still endorse his lies. Read more.