“So why would James River Church extend an invitation to Johnson and Clark? It seems inconceivable that the leaders at James River Church would be unaware of the controversial status of Johnson and Clark, their NAR teachings, and the AG’s differing doctrinal stance and protective measures over the AG’s beliefs and practices.”
(Holly Pivec) A “Week of Power”—a five-day conference featuring the “apostles” Bill Johnson and Randy Clark—will be held Sunday, March 12 through Thursday, March 16, at James River Church near Springfield, Missouri, causing some Assemblies of God pastors to ask what this could mean for the future of the Assemblies of God—the world’s largest Pentecostal denomination—and its stance toward the controversial New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) movement.
James River Church, pastored by John and Debbie Lindell, is one of the biggest Assemblies of God churches, with more than 12,000 people. The church’s size, together with its locational proximity to the AG’s national headquarters in Springfield, have given it the reputation of being a flagship church in the AG. Because of the stature and influence of James River Church within the larger denomination, its decisions are scrutinized by onlookers more closely—including its decision to invite two influential NAR apostles to speak at the church.
John Lindell’s James River church
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