The secular media sees it, but sadly some segments of the Christian community just don’t see it. If you are unfamiliar with the ‘Sunday Morning Stickup’, this article is worth your time.
Bobbie Houston recenly endorsed an interview she had with Women’s Weekly. Read what she said in this report in this article.
The Daily Telegraph reports on the events in court today over Hillsong Pastor Pat Mesiti and his assault case.
In this article, we unpack the poor reporting of Chanel’s ‘Inside Story’ on the Hillsong and Brian Houston’s involvement with his father, his victims and the Royal Commission.
In this article we examine the ‘Inside Story’ presentation of Hillsong and highlight some very concerning elements in their presentation of this controversial movement.
Did you know that right after the Royal Commission in 2014, Brian Houston tried to claim clergy privilege, in order to protect himself from a possible police investigation? Hillsong and Australian Christian Churches (ACC) are also joining this claim. But how does this fit in with the rest of Houston’s testimony?
Many people assume that the origins of Hillsong originated from Charismaticism, Pentecostalism or the Salvation Army. This is not true. Hillsong’s roots were founded in the Canadian New Order of the Latter Rain (NOLR) cult. Today, this is internationally recognised as the New… Read More ›
Narpocrite – a type of narcissist so caught up in their own self aggrandisement that they spout advice or teaching that contradicts their own teaching, character or lifestyle. Word origin: Merging of “narcissist” and “hypocrite”. Chris Rosebrough recently reviewed a… Read More ›
Ever had a Hillsong Apologist say to Christianity in defense of their movement, “Don’t throw the baby out with the bathwater”? This sermon review of Rosebrough points out that there is no baby in Hillsong’s bathwater ministries.
Where did Hillsong come from? Were it’s roots biblical? In this article, we reveal Hillsong’s founder being influenced and practicing the New Order teachings.