“Jesus Calling” to launch radio hour to worship false Christ


Screen Shot 2016-08-15 at 2.28.19 PMSarah Young’s multi-million dollar heretical Jesus Calling franchise will now be a nationally syndicated radio broadcast called the Jesus Calling Worship Hour.  Making the announcement exclusively on its Facebook page, Jesus Calling by Sarah Young reported that the program will be a one-hour weekly event debuting Labor Day weekend on more than 400 stations in 44 states.

“We’ll be featuring recorded comments, testimonials and stories from Jesus Calling fans just like you sharing how this book has impacted your faith walk,” reported the site.

The site is asking people to share their testimonies. Not about the real Jesus Christ of the Bible, but about the false Jesus that Sarah Young claims speaks to her in a “still small voice” as she writes down everything “He” “says.” This is called “automatic writing,” a technique used by psychics and mediums to channel and communicate with the spirit world. It is sorcery and strictly forbidden by God. (see Deuteronomy 18:10)

Fans were urged to call in on a “special testimonial line” to record their comments which would be aired on future broadcasts. No word on which of the nation’s 400 radio stations will participate in this weekly testimony to sorcery.

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4 Responses to “Jesus Calling” to launch radio hour to worship false Christ

  1. Manny1962 August 15, 2016 at 3:34 pm #

    If that’s the case, hound your local “Christian” radio station with emails and phone calls to make sure this abomination does not get air time. Let’s see which will prevail ………….mammon or truth…….. I have a feeling mammon will come up first. The Great Apostasy unfolding before our eyes!

  2. jude newman August 16, 2016 at 8:18 am #

    Bible Gateway is doing a 7 day devotional of Jesus Always, embracing joy in His presence by Sarah Young author of Jesus Calling.


    • Manny1962 August 16, 2016 at 8:46 am #

      Bible Gateway is a division of The Zondervan Corporation, it does not surprise me.

      “For years Bible Gateway has been relied upon for accurate Bible translation. In 2008, Bible Gateway was purchased by Zondervan Publishing, and for some months now, Bible Gateway’s online General Store has served as gateway to a number of heretical authors.

      If that sounds too melodramatic, or harsh, just consider: With over 12,000 sites carrying its link, Bible Gateway is by far the most popular online source for Bible translation. It is used by those who have been saved for many decades, by brand new Christians, and also by those who are investigating the Christian faith.”

      Also, and this says everything about Zondervan :

      “The Purpose Driven Life (2002) is a devotional book written by Christian author Rick Warren and published by Zondervan.”

  3. James August 16, 2016 at 9:35 am #

    Manny states it correctly, “It does not surprise me” Most (Not All) Christian radio stations only care “if the check clears the bank” I noticed that “Jesus Calling Daily Radio Devotional” airs on Salem Christian Communications. Sadly, Salem airs many anti-Trinitarians, and other unorthodox teachers. One program they air the speaker even denies that “Jesus is the Son of God” Another speaker denies the “deity of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Trinity”, and other Biblical teachings. This is just a sample. I visited Bible Gateway, and typed in three authors names, and all three deny the deity of Christ, the Trinity and other Biblical teachings. Jerry Deck Brown, Keith Daniels, and 8 time Dove award winner, author of many well-known Gospel songs, Joel Hemphill, of the Hemphill’s. Hemphill is also known for his well-known Sunday school song, “He’s Still Working On Me” I thought the Jehovah’s Witnesses, The Way International and other cults were bad on their attacks on the deity of Christ and the Trinity, “HEMPHILL TRUMPS THEM!” Speaking of The Way International, Brown and Daniels duped other Christian publishers, when these publishers published their books. In these books, is a denial of the deity of Christ, the Trinity, Hell, and so on. What a real shame!!! I also noticed Gate Way has Joe Kovacs’s book “Shocked By The Bible” Kovacs has also duped many. He is another anti-Trinitarian. Many of his teachings are very similar to the late Herbert W. Armstrong. Many of Kovacs’s unorthodox–unbiblical articles are on Joseph Farah’s site, “World Net Daily” Farah will lam-blast those who take issue with the authors he promotes, but has no problem with endorsing Kovacs, and other unorthodox teachers. I sent some of my research on Kovacs to The Berean Call Ministry. Below are two excellent articles they wrote concerning Farah, Kovacs, and others.