Anthony Wade of 8:28 Ministries tackles IHOP guru Mike Bickle’s rambling response when asked what should be done if a modern-day prophecy doesn’t come to pass, even though some “prophets” declare “Thus saith the Lord.” Wade writes: Let two or three … Continue reading
In 2014 the late Ken Silva expressed his concern over Dr. Michael Brown’s promotion of NAR false teachers Mike Bickle and Lou Engle. We’re re-posting a blog post he wrote as a reminder that Dr. Brown has been criticized for … Continue reading
In this blog post over at Spirit of Error, Holly Pivec exposes the love fest between two NAR leaders. It’s clear that the duo hold each other in high regard by their on stage behavior at IHOP’s recent OneThing conference. Pivec … Continue reading
Recently Pope Francis met with Pastor Life Coach Joel Osteen as well as a group of televangelists that included Kenneth Copeland and James Robison. Now the Pope has reached out to New Apostolic Reformation leaders, including Bethel Church’s residing senior … Continue reading
“One of the most concerning phenomena I’ve seen in terms of false movements is the manifestation of spirits – familiar spirits – masquerading as the Holy Spirit,” says Amy of Berean Research. “I’ve been reporting about and warning of the … Continue reading
From Berean Research: In a piece I wrote entitled The Prosperity Preacher and the Pied Piper of IHOP I warned the Body of Christ that it had become evident that popular preacher Francis Chan had started moving away from Christian … Continue reading
From Berean Research: Spirit of Error reports on Ted Cruz’s big endorsement — Mike Bickle (details below). Before I get to their report, I need to remind readers that in 2011 the NAR arranged The Response: A Call to Prayer … Continue reading
John Lanagan of My Word Like Fire offers many reasons Bible believing Christians should not practice contemplative prayer or have any involvement in Christian mysticism which has its roots in Roman Catholicism, as you will see. According to International House … Continue reading
Bickle and IHOP have recently been praised by Francis Chan, serving as an introduction for them into mainstream evangelicalism. Apprising Ministries now brings you this well-researched expose by Bob DeWaay concerning the NAR false prophet-apostle and his IHOP “ministry.”
The credibility of Dr. Brown appears to be fast eroding as his teachings and associations continue coming to light. Apprising Ministries has more detail.
In this new piece over at Apprising Ministries I walk you through an example of why this is so. I also offer that Christians need to begin serious discussions concerning when to separate from people spreading apostasy.
In this new post Apprising Ministries walks you through a couple of key questions concerning Chan’s unfortunate endorsement of this NAR apostle/prophet.
Apprising Ministries provides you the video evidence of Chan’s public profession while speaking at IHOP this week. Chan also said he believes “there’s a lot of great things” going on at IHOP.
John Lanagan of My Word Like Fire reports: From the Office of Public Relations, Franciscan University of Steubenville, 11/9/12: “The International House of Prayer (IHOP) was founded in 1999 by Mike Bickle, who says that many IHOP teachings draw upon … Continue reading
Is the office of apostle and prophet in the midst of being re-established, as some people would have us believe? And is the God-ordained government of the Church now in place for the first time since the early days of … Continue reading
YWAM leaders further solidified their desire to network with NAR leaders, in 2016, by forging an official partnership between YWAM and Mike Bickle’s International House of Prayer in Kansas City, Missouri (IHOPKC). A formal, public announcement of the “kingdom partnership” was made at IHOPKC, following a … Continue reading
“These discerning ministries take what someone like Francis Chan SAID and combine it with pictures of him SAYING it, and then apply the BIBLE to it. That is why a good many of them are considered more credible than mainstream … Continue reading
The New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) is a dominionist movement which asserts that God is restoring the lost offices of church governance, namely the offices of Prophet and Apostle. Leading figures in this seemingly loosely organized movement claim that these prophets … Continue reading
Echoing John Piper’s famous “Farewell Rob Bell” tweet, one author even wrote an article titled “Farewell Francis,” expressing the long-overdue need to write Chan off. In a half-hearted attempt to save face, however, after much criticism from broader Evangelicalism, Chan responds to his critics … Continue reading
“What would it take for Chan to recognize Bill Johnson and others who spoke at The Send actively advance the thing Chan condemns? Yet Chan has preached that if you criticize these teachers, you are taking a sledgehammer to the … Continue reading
Bible study author, speaker and blogger Michelle Lesley received the following questions from a visitor to her blog: Should Christians listen to the song Reckless Love? Should churches use this song in their worship services or other activities? Aren’t songs like this … Continue reading
(Churchwatch Central) One of the reasons why we are publishing a lot of particular articles at the moment is to lay the groundwork in order to expose Dr. Michael Brown’s attempt to mainstream the New Apostolic Reformation’s teaching on the ‘new … Continue reading
Is God sitting up in heaven saying “Cool! Whatever y’all want to do in the name of worship is just fine and dandy with Me. You do you,” as some Christians seem to think? Um….no. God clearly lays out in … Continue reading
During a speaking engagement*, popular preacher and author Francis Chan told the group that God will destroy anyone who questions or criticizes the teachings of Christian leaders. Steven Kozar of Messed Up Church has the story which includes a must … Continue reading
Recently we posted “10 invalid arguments in defense of false teachers” by Rick Becker. Now Becker lays out 8 reasons believers shouldn’t remain in a church. One of the reasons people often cite for staying is that they feel they … Continue reading