“A fast growing movement with disastrous implications” by Marsha West


POWERFUL! A “must-read” and digest for the elect.

Originally posted on My Word Like Fire:

And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather reprove them. (Ephesians 5:11)

There is a spiritual battle of epic proportions going on in churches all over the globe that should drive serious Christians to their knees.  A whole host of aberrant to downright heretical movements have slithered into contemporary evangelicalism and more are being added to the mix virtually every day.

Unbiblical teaching is rampant in mainline Protestant denominations as well as in non-denominational churches.  Inside our churches you will find men and women teaching rank heresy.  Sunday after Sunday people flock to churches and become a captive audience to those who preach outlandish lies and half-truths.  Televangelists are the worst offenders!  Many of them are money grubbing charlatans!  As a result of false teachers and cult leaders gaining worldwide access to churches and Christian ministries over these past few decades to spread their false…

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Rock Your Role: Oh No She Di-int! Priscilla Didn’t Preach, Deborah Didn’t Dominate, and Esther Wasn’t an Egalitarian

Originally posted on Michelle Lesley:

Rock Your Roleis a series examining the “go to” and hot button Scriptures that relate to and help us understand our role as women in the church. Don’t forget to prayerfully consider ourthree key questions
as you read.

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How can you say women aren’t to preach to, teach, or hold authority over men in the church? What about Deborah, Esther, Huldah, Phoebe, Priscilla, and the women at Jesus’ tomb? Didn’t they all preach to men, teach them, or hold authority over them?

That’s one of the arguments often put forth by people who reject what God’s word plainly says about the biblical role of women in the church. And the short answer is very simple: Yes and no, and so what?

But maybe a longer answer would be better.

First of all, there’s a proper way and an improper way to understand Scripture. We want to make sure…

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UPDATED: Five Reasons It’s Time to Start Exercising “Moore” Discernment

Originally posted on Michelle Lesley:

I originally published this article on March 4, 2014. I am re-running it with updated information, and will continue to update it as more information becomes available.

I’ve put this off as long as I can. I have stood aside and extended grace and benefit of the doubt for the last couple of years in the face of evidence that said I shouldn’t.

But because I love my sisters in the body of Christ, I cannot keep silent about this any longer.

Ladies, pastors, and anyone in charge of selecting Bible study material for small groups:

Beth Moore is slipping,
and it’s time to take a good hard look at the slope she’s headed down.


This is not a request for you to believe me or agree with my personal opinion. I’m asking you to take a discerning look at the evidence and compare with Scripture what she is currently…

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Leaving Lysa: Why You Shouldn’t Be Following Lysa TerKeurst or Proverbs 31 Ministries

Originally posted on Michelle Lesley:

The response to last week’s article, Nine Reasons Discerning Women Are Leaving Your Church was overwhelming. It was encouraging to hear from so many women (and even a few men!) who have a deep desire to follow, and see their churches follow, God’s word. Lots of people asked lots of good questions. I thought some of the answers might be more helpful in article format, so I’ll be addressing some of those questions in future articles similar to this one.

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According to her web site, “Lysa TerKeurst is president of Proverbs 31 Ministries and the New York Times best-selling author of The Best Yes, Unglued, Made to Crave, and 16 other books.” She also blogs prolifically and speaks at numerous Christian women’s conferences.

Lysa is charming, friendly, and down to earth- the type of person I would probably want to be friends with if I knew…

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Germany’s ‘Pseudo-Christian’ Protestant State Church Issues Statement ‘..Forbidding Christians From Evangelizing to Muslims..’


How long, O Lord?

Originally posted on sharia unveiled:

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..Although, Muslims are welcome to convert ‘Christians’ ..by the tongue (or) by the sword

by, Tom Heneghan | RNS | Gene Veith | Cranach via. Patheos | h/t Glen Roberts @ Trop

The Protestant state church in the Rhineland has issued a statement saying that Christians should not try to evangelize Muslim immigrants.  It maintains that the Great Commission does not mean Christians should try to convert others to their faith.  This, despite the phenomenon of more and more Muslim immigrants becoming Christians, thanks in part to the efforts of the independent Lutheran church (SELK).   — Gene Veith | Cranach

(RNS) One of Germany’s largest Protestant regional churches has come under fire from other Christians for speaking out against efforts to convert Muslims just as tens of thousands of refugees from the Islamic world are streaming into the country.

In a new position paper, the Evangelical Church in the…

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Assemblies of God District leader “does not endorse or recommend the ministry” of Bethel Church Redding or Bill Johnson

Originally posted on My Word Like Fire:

“I wish to communicate a very clear position on the Redding, California Bethel Church, Bill Johnson movement. I have had 3 calls this week, one from out of the country, on our position as a District on this matter. The Northern California Nevada Assemblies of God does not endorse or recommend the ministry of Bethel Church Redding or Rev. Bill Johnson. Hope this is clear. James R. Braddy”

–Posted on the Facebook group “Conservatively speaking…In the Assemblies of God”

And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather expose them. (Ephesians 5:11)

Wait a minute. What’s so wrong with Bethel Redding? Here, you make the call. Click here: Bethel Redding Snack Pack

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