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Why calling Rick Warren a “General” is significant

What’s in a name? When the name and title of “General” is used in a church leadership context, it’s a rank that ought to be a red flag for you.  After reading this article, I hope it will be in … Continue reading

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Leaving the NAR Church: Olivia’s story

I was exposed to the “kundalini” spirit, and saw some people barking like dogs. At one of these meetings a well-known & respected AOG pastor declared that these manifestations were indeed from the Lord. I didn’t stand a chance. Olivia … Continue reading

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Leaving the NAR Church: Maaike’s story

After literally hours and hours of that prayer I saw myself as a 3 month old baby being raped by my father. I recovered memories about being raised in a satanic cult, abused in the most awful ways possible and … Continue reading

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Leaving the NAR Church: Tom’s story

“I gathered her up in my arms and went forward, excited and hopeful that my little grandchild was going to receive a MIRACLE. I really believed, in that moment, that this fellow actually had some kind of special anointing that … Continue reading

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Leaving the NAR Church: Glenn’s story

“I saw what I was doing as a band member as not leading people in worship, but participating in ‘conjuring’ the Holy Spirit to ‘come down’.  The Holy Spirit being defined as the euphoric feeling that the droning music creates.“ … Continue reading

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Leaving the NAR Church: Heather’s Story

“Our pleas have fallen on deaf ears. According to my family, we are “troublemakers,” “harsh,” “divisive,” “ignorant,” and my favorite, “tricky.” Do you have family members who are deceived? Fortunately and by God’s grace, Heather and her husband were not … Continue reading

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Leaving the NAR Church: Erin’s story

“Everyone seemed to feel God’s love all the time and have crazy experiences, dreams, visions, prophesies. I was dissatisfied with just Bible study. I wanted more, and was constantly seeking more prophecies and visions and signs.” Erin has allowed me … Continue reading

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Leaving the NAR Church: Malcolm’s story

“Anyone could interrupt the sermon, grab a microphone, and give a word from the Lord. This became more common, and the pastors loved it! “ Malcolm was born and raised in a church dabbling in mystical SOZO Healing Prayers,  Soaking … Continue reading

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Leaving the NAR Church: Dylan’s story

“I had the most painful conversation with my wife that night that I’ve ever had when she got home, and I knew that we had to move out of town and leave Pentecostalism…” Oftentimes I’ve found that psychological abuse goes … Continue reading

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Leaving the NAR Church: Katie’s story

“We were told that being uncomfortable just meant we had to breakthrough into what God had for us on the other side…” Katie grew up in New Zealand, where the New Apostolic Reformation and its mystical teachings are infecting many … Continue reading

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