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"King" Eddie Long

Dominionist “king” Eddie Long dead at 63

The man who was once hoisted high, wrapped in a Jewish scroll and anointed with the title and crown of “King” has died. Eddie long was 63. As part of the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR), Long was given apostolic/leadership authority over nearly 300 churches, over which congregations were to submit to the almost absolute authority […]

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A Washington D.C. Mall call to unity, again.

Little lambs, you are conflicted. You see your nation going by way of darkness, as if every God-hating group with an agenda is in the driver’s seat, driving the nails into the coffin of a nation you hardly recognize anymore.  America is a corpse of its former self. And then you find 2 Chronicles 7:14: […]

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“52 Congressmen made decisions for Christ” – Rodney Howard Browne

There are 435 members of our U.S. Congress. Apparently 52 of them said the sinner’s prayer with (NAR) New Apostolic Reformation pastor Rodney Howard Browne, during the recent Celebrate America 2016 event in Washington, D.C. If you’re a numbers person, that’s roughly 12 percent of our U.S. Representatives who are reportedly “baby Christians.” “We visited […]

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“Apostle” Heidi Baker distances herself from the NAR

As the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) rapidly grows, its anointed leaders seem to be distancing themselves from the NAR label. Especially now that discernment reporters are shining the light of Scripture on this movement and Christians are beginning to take notice – and question their pastors. One such reporter, Holly Pivek, co-author of A New […]

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Shirley Dobson Passes Prayer Mantle to Anne Graham Lotz?

Anne Graham Lotz is now the next Chairman of the National Day Of Prayer, having received a ” Prayer Mantle of Leadership” from her predecessor, Shirley Dobson. An interesting choice of words, “Prayer Mantle.”  We Christians tend to use a lot of words that can leave those who don’t share our faith scratching their heads. […]

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