New Web Page Added!

I’ve added a new web page to my blog entitled “Investigating the New Apostolic Reformation Movement” which you may view here.

There are normally at least two sides to every story or supposition that is being put forward. What follows on this particular new web page that is dedicated to the investigation of the New Apostolic Reformation movement, are numerous links which provide summary overviews, historical background, doctrinal discourses and biblical criticism on the unorthodox doctrines, practises and teachings of the NAR.

The threat to the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the collective body of Christ, His true church, by the New Apostolic Reformation movement is HUGE and it does warrant your concern and attention. It is my sincere hope and prayer that the following small sample of available informational links provided in this new web page, gives you the information you need, to personally determine if this is so.

Worthy is the Lamb! Blessings!



  1. A good idea Bruce. I have not run against much of the strains of that movement here in my small physical sphere of influence. Here it’s mostly the uninterested in the relational part of knowing God.


  2. Hi Bruce. Thank you for all of these great links. As I go through them, what most hits me is how so many people can fall for this. It’s one thing to have false teachers, but the number of adherents they have is absolutely astounding! I wonder if this what Jesus meant — least in part — when he said, “For many are called, but few are chosen.”

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    • Hi David, highly possible. I do know that Jesus told us in Matthew 24:24 that “For false christs and false prophets will arise and will provide great signs and wonders, so as to mislead, if possible, even the elect.” The NAR would seem to me, to be a strong contender to possibly fill that statement. And you are correct, the number of adherents is astounding! Blessings!

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    • My pleasure, Linda Lee! You and your hubby recognized this road for what it is, many don’t, and that reality is what is so bothersome. It’s like jumping off of a cliff, into water below, when you don’t know how deep the water is in the waiting area you are about to jump into. Why wouldn’t you check it thoroughly first? Mind boggling. God’s continued blessings to you and yours as always!

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  3. Sometimes it boggles my mind, too. Then I remember that I was once deceived by the Word of Faith movement! Deception is a sneaky enemy. For me, I think the door to deception involved reading all the Word of Faith books. To want to be “in the know” is a prideful characteristic. And we know where pride leads. (By that I mean to think we know more than the church down the street, to think we have new revelation.) When I started seeing that prideful spirit from the pulpit, I knew something wasn’t right. My church started out as a Word of Faith church and evolved into a NAR church. It was a long road back to Truth. The saddest part is, sometimes those hungriest for God are the very ones who become deceived. We must pray for their eyes to be opened to Truth. You are doing your part in proclaiming that Truth. Blessings, Bruce!


    • I think that false pride can and does catch us all, at times, Cindy and can come at us from many angles. Our pride should be in what Jesus did and does through us; when we forget that, many things can go sideways very quickly. That’s almost a constant to guard against. The light we have to shine comes from Jesus, we’re but reflections of Him, that flicker through God’s grace. And as you stated, even hunger for God; can be for the wrong motives. Jesus said to learn from Him, that He is humble and gentle at heart. That’s the benchmark that we can at times, so quickly forget. You’re a blessing, Cindy, keep shining!

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