Monthly Archives: July 2011

Rick Warren’s friends defend against Chrislam label

Via the Christian Post today. What are your thoughts? Two Christian leaders are attempting to squelch a persistent rumor that Saddleback Church Pastor Rick Warren “embraces Chrislam.” Pastor Rick Warren tackles biblical doctrine during an interview with John Piper, recorded … Continue reading

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What’s your brand?

What’s in a brand? We communicate with our stories, headlines, our organization’s name. We craft mission statements and design websites around what we want others to experience when they connect with us. As a communicator myself I’ve spent many years … Continue reading

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What Is Theophostic Counseling?

I actually experienced this in an Emergent church: What Is Theophostic Counseling? by Jan Fletcher Theophostic Prayer Ministry (TPM) is taking thousands of churches by storm around the world. This fast-growing inner-healing technique is an offshoot of Agnes Sanford‘s teachings. … Continue reading

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Who is Henri Nouwen?

So Jesus isn’t the only way? Many church leaders have loved reading Henri Nouwen. A little “light” reading today about one of the more influential mystics in the New Age/Emergent Church movement: Today would like to bring attention to Henri … Continue reading

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Why Theophostic Prayer Ministry is Neither Prayer Nor Christian Ministry

Theophostics comes from the Greek theo (God) and phostic (light), and it is often associated with the Christian Inner Healing Movement. Proponents claim that people are being delivered from phobias, depressions, anxiety disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorders, dissociative personality disorders, attention deficit … Continue reading

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