With the release of the Hillsong docuseries, it is worth looking at the MMR and how it has infected Christianity over the last 30 years.
City Harvest Church
Having served time in Changi prison, is Kong Hee still serving ‘time’ under the influence of Phil Pringle?
With the news of Kong Hee’s recent release from Changi Prison, it’s time to revisit the events leading to his imprisonment, and to ask these important questions: Did Kong Hee use his time in jail wisely, biblically meditating on the… Read More ›
Further proof Phil Pringle is a false prophet as City Harvest Church founder Kong Hee is released from prison.
How do we identify a false prophet? “But the prophet who presumes to speak a word in my name that I have not commanded him to speak, or who speaks in the name of other gods, that same prophet shall… Read More ›
[Editor’s note: Previously published on C3ChurchWatch, this story will be relevant to future articles on CWC.] David Yonggi Cho is regarded within the New Apostolic Reformation as an ‘Apostle’ as one of the most influential ‘apostles’ of this movement worldwide…. Read More ›
Outside of the Western World, New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) Apostles are very vocal about their NAR apostolic titles, spirituality and authority. However, most NAR Apostles will examine a culture to see if their titles are appreciated or frowned upon and… Read More ›
We reported in the past that Phil Pringle has been misleading his movement about the Kong Hee investigation and his court hearing while raising money from C3 members to pay Kong Hee’s legal fees. The ramifications of this is that another… Read More ›
Do Christians have the right to question the faith that C3 members confess to have in Jesus? Read more here.
We’ve compiled an article with the most relevant news pieces archived to help readers understand what is happening with the CHC criminal case.
The Attorney-General Chambers is seeking to reinstate the original convictions for City Harvest Church co-founder Kong Hee and five of his fellow church leaders. Read more.
Mother Ship looks at the possibilities that the criminal case of the six accused is not over.