Global Prophetic Summit


Today being the 17th of November, we are mid way into this years epic Global Prophetic Summit being held from the 16-18 November 2017 in Dallas, Texas. The list of Apostles and Prophets scheduled to speak is large and their world wide influence is even larger.

Some of the speakers you may have heard of, others maybe not so much, but the significance of this event is the magnitude of the visual collective representation that is showcasing the spreading of the false doctrines proliferated by this New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) movement. And, as large as their collective area of influences are, this event only scratches the surface.

Holly Pivec who maintains the website posted this warning about this particular summit event recently but the vast majority of our mainstream conservative Christian Apologists that we look up to continue to be silent. Not a word about the NAR movement from Ravi Zacharias, J. Warner Wallace from, Lee Strobel, Dr William Lane Craig or Sean McDowell to name but a few, that I am aware of. If I am wrong, please correct me. Jesus and the Apostle Paul didn’t seem to have a problem giving warnings to the Church about false doctrine. I can’t help but wonder why they all have decided to be silent about the NAR movement. Is it because it isn’t deemed to be of significant importance at this point in time? How big does this movement have to become before it is addressed?  What is it that they know that I am not aware of?


One of the speakers for this summit is Dr. or Bishop Bill Hamon. These are direct quotes from the Global Prophetic Summit website which read as follows:

“Bishop Bill Hamon, whom many consider to be the father of the prophetic in our time, said to us, “This is a first of its kind. As far as I know in the history of the prophetic movement, there has never been a meeting like this.”

“He serves as bishop to over 800 ministers and churches in the United States as well as over 3,000 ministries oversees via Christian International’s headquarters around the world. Dr. Hamon resides in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida.”

Does Bishop Hamon have influence over what thousands and tens of thousands of trusting Christians deem as valid Biblical doctrine? And note that Bishop Hamon is just one of the scheduled 33 speakers. Possible area of concern …. do you think?

Here are some background information links on Bishop Bill Hamon:

To access the other NAR related articles I have posted, simply select New Apostolic Reformation under the Post Categories option on the right side of the Home page.

Worthy is the Lamb! Blessings!



  1. Thanks, Bruce. I have to be honest in that I had never heard of NAR until now. So I did a little research before typing this comment. But I was warned about this movement before it became NAR. Back in 2008 I attended a meeting where two men (can’t remember their names) warned this was gaining strength and many would be deceived. at that time, they pointed out that 6 of the top ten best selling so-called Christian books an bookstores were centered around the beliefs of this type. Imagine how it has grown since then!

    You’re picture of a wolf in sheep’s clothing is perfect for this group. All Christians need to be warned about this, and many I am sure will ignore the warning. This is one more reason we all need to be very aware scripture, and study to show ourselves approved unto God! I see an end time falling away from this, and pray many return before it is too late!

    Thanks for opening our eyes!

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    • Thanks Pete, if you have any free time check out the other posts on my blog under the New Apostolic Reformation category, there’s a bunch of them and it is scary on how it is growing. Blessings!

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  2. There are many false teachers out there, and “believers” who want their itching ears tickled flock to worship them like sheep led to the slaughter. Thank you for the warning, Bruce.

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  3. Glenn Jackson who shares a daily word of inspiration in the Holy Spirit, talks and writes clearly. He is a Canadian brother worthy of paying attention to. Check him out.

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  4. Bruce, I love the picture! A wolf in sheep’s clothing is an apt characterization of the false teachers who can lead Christians astray. Anyone who does not preach Christ, and Him crucified, is teaching false doctrine, no matter how it is packaged. Blessings to you and thanks for highlighting the warning.

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  5. It has been a busy few days here, Bruce. But I’ll be back to read this later this weekend when I can fully absorb your always thoughtful and thorough posts! Looking forward to it! Just wished you to know why you hadn’t heard from me 🙂


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