10 ThursdayMar 2016 Posted by churchwatcher in Brian Houston’s Beliefs, Frank Houston, Hillsong Associations, Hillsong Scandal, Royal Commission Hearing ≈ 113 Comments Tags AHA, Barbara Taylor, Brian Houston, Frank Houston, houston, John McMartin, Maddog Mudford, McMartin, Mudford, Royal Commission, Taylor Source material references are listed at the end. Brian Houston is known for deceiving and abusing […]Read More Did Brian Houston Lie to Ps. Barbara Taylor?
By David Gibson | 8 hours ago ShareTweet EmailPrint More Timothy Keller is the founding pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Manhattan, which he started in 1989. Screenshot from Vimeo (RNS) Faced with mounting criticism for its decision to give a major award to the Rev. Tim Keller, founding pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in […]Read More Princeton Theological Seminary reverses decision to honor Redeemer’s Tim Keller
The Diffusion and Influence of Contemporary Worship How does worship music style relate to congregational growth? | Michael Lee Image: David Ball One of the new initiatives I wanted to bring to the Billy Graham Center at Wheaton College is an expanding engagement with research that endeavors to help strengthen and sharpen the missional and […]Read More Most people attend Church for the Music and Not to Worship God in Contemporary Worship. According to this Article.
The Ecstatic Heresy Seeking a superficial unity, some denominational leaders opt for feelings over facts. By Robert Sanders/ October 1, 2004 The conflict in the mainline churches is ostensibly about sexuality—specifically, homosexuality. But more than sexuality is at stake. The faith itself, the Christian faith, is being invaded by false teaching. Theologically, this heresy is […]Read More The Ecstatic Heresy
A blog by Amy Spreeman “Now these [Bereans] were more noble than those in Thessalonica; they received the word with all eagerness, examining the Scriptures daily to see if these things were so.”— Acts 17:11 March 19, 2017 “The fruit of this movement is destruction. It’s true though, when you are in it, you cannot […]Read More Leaving the NAR Church: Derrick’s story
Contributors Ray Ortlund March 17, 2017 0 Comments 831 In a sermon preached during the First Great Awakening, George Whitefield laid bare the four archaeological layers always uncovered in true repentance. Preaching on “They have healed the wound of my people lightly, saying, ‘Peace, peace,’ when there is no peace” (Jeremiah 6:14), Whitefield said that […]Read More Down deep, where we’d rather not go, is where Jesus awaits us
New post on churchwatch central by churchwatcher Continuing with the series from our dear friend and polemicist Amy Spreeman. For our new readers and visitors, these articles are all about the victims of NAR (New Apostolic Reformation) teachings that invaded their churches and sadly their lives. Please note these stories are about a movement that […]Read More Leaving the NAR Church: Andrew’s story.
New post on churchwatch central Leaving the NAR Church: Mandy’s story. by churchwatcher Chris Rosebrough “Spreeman’s latest N.A.R. testomony is downright frightening – and satanic. Pray for those still in this mess.” (https://www.facebook.com/piratechristian/posts/10211587870519603) “I started watching GOD TV. There were stories of angelic encounters, oil dripping from the speaker’s feet, feathers and gold dust falling on […]Read More Leaving the NAR Church: Mandy’s story. by churchwatcher
New post on THE BLOG OF DAVID ROBERTSON by theweeflea The journalist John Macleod has just begun a major three part series in The Daily Mail on the current state of the Church in Scotland. Given that this is published in Scotland’s best selling Saturday newspaper it is good to see the question being given such […]Read More Losing Our Religion – The Daily Mail on the State of the Church in Scotland
This Day in Presbyterian History Daily devotional readings in Scripture, the Westminster Standards, & Presbyterian history. Home Our Authors Our Rules Reading Plans Quotes Van Horn Index Subscribe to feed Articles by archivist You are currently browsing archivist’s articles. March 9: Charles Grandison Finney [1792-1875] 9 March, 2017 in March 2017 by archivist | No […]Read More March 9: Charles Grandison Finney [1792-1875]