Website ‘’ Launches After Woman Claims Amputated Toes Slowly Regrown During Bill Johnson Sermon

(Protestia) That’s a weird headline. Anyway. A woman attending James River Church’s recent service is facing scrutiny and skepticism after releasing a video claiming that three of her toes that were previously amputated were miraculously regrown during a healing service. … Continue reading 

Bill Johnson and Randy Clark’s ‘Week of Power’ to Be Held at Flagship Assemblies of God Church Raising Questions About the Denomination’s Stance on NAR

“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 … Continue reading 

Mike Winger Goes Full Ben Shapiro On Bill Johnson, Bethel Redding

“Winger will mention the various New Age practices that Bethel has indulged in over the years, including the counterfeit miracles, false prophecies, tarot cards, and fabricated visits to heaven throughout the video [which] begs the question why he defended Bill … Continue reading 

Will Mike Winger Finally Call Bill Johnson a False Teacher?

(Ray Fava – Evangelical Dark Web) Finally—it happened. Internet pastor Mike Winger called Bill Johnson a heretic for the crime of having Kenneth Copeland speak at Bethel Church. His eyes were opened that Bill Johnson and Kris Vallotton would proudly associate … Continue reading 

Bethel Church’s Bill Johnson Shills ‘Healing School’ Heresy While Wife Dying of Cancer

“This incongruence between heretical wishful thinking and reality is best seen in a new post by Johnson, who is inviting people to come to a “healing school” where they can pay $165 to train in both becoming a healer, and also … Continue reading 

NAR ‘Apostle’ Bill Johnson’s Wife’s Cancer Has Returned

In April 2017, while singing “By the Blood,” Beni Johnson’s daughter-in-law, Jenn Johnson, asked members of Bethel Church in Redding CA to pray for a “cancer free zone” during a worship service. Four years later Beni is undergoing chemo. Protestia … Continue reading 

Bethel Leader Bill Johnson Denies Scripture – ‘God Doesn’t Control Everything’

“So that’s my approach, is that God is absolutely sovereign and that he’s in charge of everything. But I don’t credit him with Hitler. I don’t credit him with the disasters that take place in the earth. I don’t look … Continue reading 

Bethel Church Promo Shows Bill Johnson Thinks People are Stupid

“Bill Johnson wants you to forget that the Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry was shut down for much of last year, along with their church services and their healing houses because of that very virus. The school and church where they teach … Continue reading 

Bethel Church’s Bill Johnson: ‘Not Voting Makes you a Contributor to Evil – Voting Releases Power of God into the Atmosphere’

Refusing to vote for a candidate in either a local, statewide or national election of whatever stripe, political or otherwise, because one’s conscience binds them and prevents them from doing so does not make someone a “contributor to evil.” (Protestia)  … Continue reading 

Bill Johnson – Power over Principle, Honoring the Dishonorable

“In reality then, there is no power or principle from God in the NAR.  It’s one big sham, a false movement and a delusion sent by God on those who have rejected truth. This is a movement that dishonors God … Continue reading 

Did Charisma Magazine edit an article on Bill Johnson to protect his heretical agenda?

While this may seem a minor issue, these changes hid Bill Johnson’s heresy to the point he no longer appears to be attacking the divinity of Jesus Christ – until you read further into the piece.  So what did we … Continue reading 

Charismatic Preacher Calls Out Bill Johnson for Denying the Divinity of Christ

“Bill Johnson it is time for the Church to hear a defining statement which is spoken in clear facts so you can be numbered and marked if you continue to teach the Kenosis Hersey. If you believe Jesus Christ was … Continue reading 

Charisma Magazine reports on why Bill Johnson didn’t immediately shut down ‘grave sucking’

“Bill Johnson often uses his pulpit to ‘virtue signal’ to his congregation how they need to be wary of the demonic yet does nothing to discipline his leaders and students for dabbling in occult activity.” (Churchwatch Central)  We advise our … Continue reading 

The hidden pitfall of Bill Johnson’s ‘Red-Letter Revival’

Holly Pivec of Spirit of Error addresses Bethel Church lead pastor and so-called apostle Bill Johnson’s teaching that believers ought to regularly pursue direction from outside of Scripture, “from subjective impressions experienced by ourselves and others rather than from the objective … Continue reading 

Bethel Church’s ‘Apostle’ Bill Johnson: A Comedy of Errors, Part 2

FLASHBACK FRIDAY This article by CRN managing editor Marsha West was published November 6, 2014. Before I report on Apostle Bill’s endeavor to involve his followers in his “grave sucking,” undertaking, I must tell you a brief story that involves … Continue reading