Former atheist who almost became a female preacher recounts how her former Pentecostal assembly felt more like a concert that focused on feel-good experiences than on Christ, and how her insensitive leaders avoided her questions on the Bible.
Former Charismatic shares how she was almost coerced her to speak in tongues and suffered from demonic nightmares after she was baptized in a Charismatic assembly.
Tongues – the phenomena of this so-called “heavenly language” can be found in both Catholic and Charismatic circles. As a result, evangelical unity are made between those who share this “spiritual gift of tongues” regardless of denominations and differing core beliefs. Is this biblical? Is the phenomena of tongues still happening post-apostles era?
The Sign Gifts – highly regarded in Charismatic circles, its phenomenon is growing even in the Roman Catholic Church. Charismatic evangelicals and Catholics are holding hands together as a result in the unity of such gifts. However, are the sign gifts still in operation? Is God still working through them? Are the sign gifts we see today the same as in the Bible?
Former Charismatic recounts spiritual abuse, deceptive teachings that offered no assurance of salvation and lies made against him after he left the cult.
Ex-pentecostal reveals how her former pentecostal assembly’s spiritual abuse, mind control tactics and their teachings on losing one’s salvation drew despair, hopelessness and shame in her life.
Former Catholic shares how the Charismatic assembly he used to attend could not assure him of eternal life after he dies.
Former Pentecostal reveals how practising the Charismatic sign gifts drew him into demonic oppression and away from the power of the Gospel.
Former New Creation Church member shares how Joseph Prince’s feel-good teachings lead him to be a false convert on the way to Hell without realising it.
Former pentecostal and faith-healer-in-training shares the depth of deceit of the charismatic movement that messed up his mind and that hardly changed his lifestyle of sin.