Justin Peters is a personality in the Christian radio space. He is also an Anti-Pentecostal teacher who has been asked about his views numerous times. One of the people that has confronted his view is Dr. Michael L. Brown.
I noticed over the last few days that Jeremiah Johnson, a speaker who travels a little bit and tells churches how happy he is they give money was not in my feed. The reason was figured out quickly: for some reason, he blocked me.
Kris Vallotton put out an article about things he has as values about the end times or eschatology. People from time to time ask about it so let’s take a look at what Kris values about the last days and why I think it might be misplaced.
The Church of God (Cleveland, Tn) is a very interesting group of people. They are a Pentecostal movement that came around the same time as the Azusa Street Revival but they were not part of that outpouring. They had their own movement going on and later received greatly from what became known as the “Azusa of the East Coast” [...]
I have some serious reservations about a pastor in Fiji that is named Suliasi Kurulo. I have made this clear over the years. The idolatry of leaders, the brokeness of families and poverty of people that attend all led to call it what I believe it to be: a cult.
I have been contending for revival since I was born again on July 15, 1996 on the floor of the Brownsville Revival. It was not just something I thought was cool but I actually believe that what was happening at Brownsville should be normal at every church, Pentecostal or not.
Like many Pentecostals, I woke up to the news this morning that Dr. Mark Walker, pastor of Mount Paran Church of God in Atlanta was joining the staff of Lee University to head up ministerial training. What does this mean and how could change things for future Pentecostal preachers?
The followers of Jonathan Welton and his Welton Academy have attacked me, my character and odd attacked me for being Pentecostal. Yes, I am being slammed for being a person of Pentecost. How do I respond to that attack? I am guilty as charged!
First of all, the last article on Welton Academy being a cult was not something I thought would pick up 27,000 views within 24 hours and have hundreds of people commenting across dozens of trends around Facebook but it happen. Jonathan Welton has also posted a short response.
I have very serious concerns about Welton Academy led by Jonathan Welton and I can not be quiet. It would be sinful for me to say nothing as a prophetic voice when heresy is being promoted that is clear as day. This is not a difference of opinion. This is blatant heresy.