How deep and wide does the NAR rabbit hole go?

How do you discover which networks of Apostles are working together to reclaim America and build God’s Kingdom here on earth? You click. Just keep clicking, and clicking, and clicking some more, until things click. It takes time to research, and if you’re looking for an easy, bullet-point list of what I’m sharing in this report, you should put this aside for when you have time to investigate.

This morning I reported on the Family Research Council’s Watchman On the Wall meeting in Washington D.C., which continued today and features several NAR speakers who teach a different gospel.

After doing a little more digging on this Watchman organization, I found a disturbingly large network of ecumenical groups working together in what the New Apostolic Reformation calls the “Cultural Sphere of influence” in its 7 Mountain Mandate. (If you can take dominion of these seven spheres, you can activate Jesus’ return, as the modern Apostles teach.)

See our White Paper, “What is the New Apostolic Reformation?”

Before you wrinkle your brow and tell me that I’m stretching or straining gnats, please know that yes, I have heard this before, and yes, I do pray for these folks.

Get clicking

When you visit Perkins’ Watchman on the Wall network, you’ll go up the ladder (or down a rabbit hole), that takes you to the Culture Impact organization, also part of Family Research Council’s vast network. Culture Impact says:

There is no substitute for obeying the Great Commission and the Cultural Commission. source

We know about the Great Commission, but where in the Bible is the Cultural Commission? Hint: It’s the sphere I mentioned 3 paragraphs ago.

Culture Impact’s website says that churches who affiliate with them,

“are known by various different names – Christian Citizenship Committees, Salt & Light Groups, Moral Concerns Ministries, Current Issues Councils, etc. – but their function is the same: to provide in-house leadership for congregational response to the moral and social issues that impact the community, state and nation. We’ve chosen to call these groups Culture Impact Ministries.  Regardless of what you call yours, helping you to establish an effective one in your church is our desire.”

How effective can you be? If you’re a pastor, you can get Culture Impact’s voter data tools that tell you which individuals in your congregation are registered to vote, and who is not. Imagine the power of this knowledge at your fingertips – you can now contact these sheep and prod them to the voting booth, pulling the lever for your candidate, of course.

How big is this Culture Impact umbrella? Bigger than you think. There is a conglomeration of ministries united under this intricate network, so let’s dig into these links. I recommend you click around and see what these ministries are about:

Culture Impact

United in Purpose?

Headed by George Barna, Executive Director of the American Culture and Faith Institute (a division of United in Purpose). Know for his books and research on cultural transformation and politics, Barna founded the Barna Research Group in 1984 (now The Barna Group).

Here is a snapshot of a few of Barna’s United In Purpose Partners. (Click to expand).

Notice the International House of Prayer, Generals International (Mike and Cindy Jacobs), U.S.Coalition of Apostolic Leaders, The Catholic Vote…and yes, PureFlix Entertainment. This isn’t the first time I’ve reported that PureFlix is an arm of the NAR.

Click here to see all of the partners for yourself.

Keep on Clicking

Next is the Churches Impacting Culture Network. These are only a few of the groups engaged in engaging the culture:

Check out the full list at CIC Network.

Again, I encourage you to continue to delve into these links and study for yourself how this web of NAR influencers is changing the landscape of the modern church. Will your church be a part of it? Or will it do what so many others have done, and join hands with the NAR hounds of Hell to reclaim America?

Remember, the Great Commission is the real mission Jesus gave the Church:

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