Letter to the Editor From Two Women: What Are We Doing Wrong?

Dear Lighthouse Trails:

This note is actually from two people—my friend Elizabeth and myself (Ann).  Judy and I have known one another for 12 years—we met at a Bible study in my home. She still lives in ___________ and I’m now in ________, and we meet once a week for a Zoom prayer. Even though there is a large age disparity—Elizabeth is 44, and I am 81—we are like-minded sisters in Christ.

Our question is this: Over the last several years, we have contacted pastors whose churches we attended—or—pastors who came to our attention, who were involved in contemplative, New Age, spiritual Formation, etc….

When we spoke to our own pastors and provided them with links from Lighthouse Trails in an honest attempt to warn them about a particular teaching they were promotingwe never received ANY response from them, not even a “thank you but get lost”!  We are always dismissed out of hand and actually ignored.  It just appears to be rude and not becoming to men who lead a church.

Specific examples: this is from Elizabeth:

My own search for a church has been fruitless. I have sought several in the area and they’re either compromised by affiliations or their Statement of Faith is promoting false doctrines, or the women teach Bible studies from untrustworthy books…. View article →

Note: Reading the comments is worth your time.

Research: Discernment

CRN’s homepage contains a list of professing Christians to keep an eye on. Scroll down to WARNING. The list contains many people you’ll want to mark and avoid as per Rom 16:17-18 such as Francis Chan, Matt Chandler, Tim Keller and John Piper. 

DISCLAIMER Beware: LHTR is fiercely anti-Calvinist.

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