Always on: new Hillsong Heresy Channel


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So it’s come to this: Hillsong Church is teaming up with Trinity Broadcasting Network to launch a new 24-hour TV network this June. All its heretical conferences, teachings, movies, kiddie programs and whatever else they’re churning out (see resource links below) will be in one place.

Introducing the Hillsong Channel, broadcasting 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Get a front row seat and a backstage pass to all that’s happening at Hillsong around the globe. Be empowered by leadership teaching from Pastors Brian & Bobbie Houston and the international Hillsong team, and inspired by worship with Hillsong United, Young & Free and Hillsong Worship. Catch all the latest from Hillsong’s global conferences, exclusive interviews, documentaries, fun for the kids, youth programs plus much more.

Says TBN Chairman Matthew Crouch:

This powerful new praise and worship network will offer an amazing opportunity for us to reach a whole new generation of viewers with the message of hope and grace as we partner with the most iconic and far-reaching presence in contemporary Christian music.

Here’s the promo video:

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10 Responses to Always on: new Hillsong Heresy Channel

  1. Maggie March 14, 2016 at 9:53 pm #

    Hillsong is also looking to start a church in San Francisco. There is already a Hillsong church in Los Angeles.

  2. Letstalkabouttruth March 15, 2016 at 1:36 am #

    They will be like starbucks soon. One on every street corner.

  3. Mike Evans March 15, 2016 at 7:28 am #

    At least you get something back from Starbucks when you give them your money and no heresy comes with the purchase…

  4. Glenn E. Chatfield March 15, 2016 at 9:01 am #

    Their worship appears to be directed at themselves.

    • Larry Trowbridge March 16, 2016 at 4:22 pm #

      “At least you get something back from Starbucks when you give them your money and no heresy comes with the purchase…”

      Somewhat true, however, giving SB your money helps them fund/donate money to groups that have a heretical view on marriage.

      Regarding the subject of the post, this is yet another reason to consider dropping Direct TV completely.

  5. Tim Headley March 15, 2016 at 10:12 pm #

    Bad grammar: “All it’s heretical conferences”

    • Tom Brace March 18, 2016 at 6:03 pm #

      Actually, you are mistaken, and the original “its” is correct. One does not apostrophise possessives. “It’s” is an abbreviation of “it is,” and therefore, would be incorrect in this case.

  6. Denise Rittler March 16, 2016 at 2:45 pm #

    They should just call it “the Heresy Network”.

  7. john mcintyre January 17, 2017 at 6:40 pm #

    Its sad to see what has happened to Hillsong. There was a time when I was deeply inspired by some of the worship music from them. Much of it was taken right out of the Psalms and other scriptures. Many of the songs written and sung by Darlene Zschech, Rueben Morgan, Miriam Webster and Mark Stevens were beautiful, God honoring, scripturally based music. Russel Fragar wrote great songs and was a master on the keyboards. Listening to Nigel Hendroff play guitar was truly an inspiring experience. Somewhere around 2004 or 2005, however, things began to change. The loud guitar sound took over, along with the smoke and lights. Occasionally they still put out a good song or two, but not like it used to be. I know that the teaching tended towards the prosperity gospel, and Brian Houston’s father was embroiled in a sexual scandal toward the end of his life. But I still believe there was once much good there. Listen to Mark Stevens sing My Heart Will Trust, and tell me that you are not moved, and led into God’s presence.

  8. Tabitha Evans February 9, 2017 at 10:53 am #

    John McIntyre their music has always been on point. God allows it softened many hearts. God can make a donkry speak, He can use anything, good or evil, for His purposes.
    Even when I was saved in 2015, their music was a powerful force in my life. However, I was tethered to a home church group that had already been exposed to and pulled away from the heretical teachings of hills on preachers and their counterparts, so i was shown daily about all the false teachings out there. And since my faith and maturity has grown and I am no longer on milk, hillsong is no longer part of my worship routine.