“While the legal noose is tightening around Brian Houston’s neck and the media reports have been damning in recent weeks, this smoke-screen of self-aggrandizing, self-congratulating sideshow is attempting to make it appear that all is well with Brian Houston and … Continue reading
“We will be addressing much more on these very serious matters in future articles, and we ask our readers to share these articles so the truth stays at the forefront.” WATCH THE 60 MINUTES VIDEO Move along, nothing to see here: Hillsong … Continue reading
It is now 49 years since the abuse started, 19 years since Brian Houston was aware of it, and three years after the royal commission delivered its damning report, yet nothing has happened. (Churchwatch Central) In this latest report, we … Continue reading
(Churchwatch Central) Brian Houston recently made the claim that, “Jesus became you, so that you could become Him.” You can watch the footage below and read the transcript. Watch the clip in context and if you agree or disagree with us … Continue reading
Pulpit & Pen News has the story: I once heard a colleague make the eyebrow-raising statement, “I’d sooner put a Roman Catholic priest in charge of the nursery than a Pentecostal in charge of the worship music.” A foolhardy and … Continue reading
From Berean Research: Two years ago Berean Research posted a piece by Churchwatch Central entitled “Brian Houston admits he can offer “no great answer” on gay stance.” They began by letting us know that “No one has a better handle on what’s … Continue reading
Berean Research has the latest on the sex abuse cover-up inquiry involving Hillsong Church’s celebrity pastor Brian Houston. According to BR, Houston once blamed a victim of Frank Houston’s sexual assault saying, “It’s your fault this happened, you tempted my father.” … Continue reading
Churchwatch Central reports: More victims of Frank Houston are coming forward and appearing this Friday (the 24th) at the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse as well as the Australian Christian Church (ACC) (formerly known as the Assemblies of … Continue reading
According to The Guardian Brian Houston, who was national president of the Assemblies of God in Australia at the time, neglected to inform authorities that his father was a child sexual abuser, even though he knew about it: Brian Houston, … Continue reading
So, what did he know and when did he know it? Discover the truth of the matter on the (unedited) video that’s posted on the Pulpit&Pen blog. This really ought to be the final segment in this long saga on … Continue reading
Church Watch Central pulls no punches in bringing to light what’s going on with celebrity preachers: When you have popular leaders of movements who appear to HATE God’s Word by rejecting what God says the qualifications are for leaders/elders, you … Continue reading
Apprising Ministries shares Houston’s Facebook commentary on the subject where he blames critics for the mild flap and also walks you through it.
Apprising Ministries gives you the latest on this fable from the prosperity preacher and shows you why this is a false as it gets.
Here’s more evidence that Word Faith heresies are moving into the mainstream. Apprising Ministries shares the sad details with you concerning Giglio’s upcoming appearance at Pringle’s C3 2014 Presence conference.
O my, tis tru that Houston condescended to share this with me as you’ll see over at Apprising Ministries. I guess dinner on Valentine’s Day is a no-go.
(Pulpit & Pen News) Bobbie Houston is the wife of Brian Houston, and calls herself the “co-senior pastor of Hillsong church.” Hillsong is the Australia-based global phenomenon that has been growing throughout the world through its Arian Snare pop-music, Word-Faith theology, and celebrity endorsements. With satellite churches in … Continue reading
From Churchwatch Central: In this article, we take a look at cult leader ‘Apostle’ Brian Tamaki (aka ‘Lord of the Rings’ because he has men in his church swear their allegiance to him by wearing rings inscribed with his name), … Continue reading
Bud Ahlheim of Pulpit & Pen fills us in on what the problem is. Hint: Brian Houston and the false prosperity gospel coming from Hillsong. Bud offers many examples of why churches should reconsider using this popular group’s music during worship. … Continue reading
From Berean Research: Here’s a comedy of errors if ever there was one. Hillsong Church’s pastor and notorious false teacher Brian Houston decided to drop former pastor of Seattle’s Mars Hill Church, Mark Driscoll, from Hillsong Conference 2015 even though … Continue reading
The ramifications for this move is stunning if you think about it – they should be officially registered as a “cult” since they are accountable to no one. Historically denominations are formed over theological positions. Our readers should note that … Continue reading
“What needs to be understood is that those in the New Apostolic Reformation pride themselves in not being bound by rule or regulation. Their message is about freedom from man’s rules, expectations and opinions. Nevertheless, Apostolic Centers (as they are … Continue reading
“Louie regularly partners with others who don’t preach these important doctrines; think Hillsong (Brian Houston of Hillsong Australia is a prosperity teacher not to mention how bad Carl Lentz and Christine Cain are), Elevation Church (Steven Furtick is a motivational … Continue reading
“Even though this event is still a few months away, “Together 2018″ has done one thing very well already-they’re promoting this thing with unabashed confidence. Rarely have such ideals been promised so confidently by an event that surely cannot accomplish any … Continue reading
Joel Houston, eldest son of Hillsong founder Brian Houston and lead musician in the worship band Hillsong United, recently tweeted that “evolution is undeniable.” (Here) So naturally Ken Ham of Answers in Genesis, a parachurch organization that provides answers to … Continue reading
This paper was written by Marsha West & Amy S. The world’s fastest-growing false religion tells us that our faith is a “force,” and the words we speak have the power to create something new. The Word of Faith proponents … Continue reading