The New Apostolic Reformation, the largest religious movement you’ve never heard of

New apostles? No, new agers!

Sola Dei Gloria

Talk to Action has an interesting article up today. Personally, I’m glad to see a secular news group like AlterNet pick up on theNew Apostolic Reformation.

Michael at Phoenix Preacher made a comment yesterday concerning why (another) post on Todd Bentley,

Why am I writing about someone who thinking people have written off as a immoral fraud?Because I want the stream of information about Joyner and Bentley to become a river that washes them out of visible church, that’s why.

Amen. And that goes for the entire false Apostle posse of the NAR. If God has decided to bring them to the attention of the secular news, we can know its for good reason.

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Prayer Warriors of the New Apostolic Reformation Getting Some Exposure by Rachel Tabachnick

Yesterday Alternet published an article by Bill Berkowitz including an interview with me about the New Apostolic Reformation, or the…

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Evidence of my alleged, and unspecified “attitude,” revealed at last (after nearly 20 years have passed)….

As stated in one of our Jesus people usa diaspora groups on the Facebook, Jpusa uncensored (a closed group, btw); i am mad as hell at those persons collectively known as the council (Only two of them remain, now – others have either stepped down or taken advantage of their own golden parachutes- leaving the commune behind)! I first viewed the film about 8 mos. prior, waiting several mos. following its release to screw up the courage to see it.

These eight council members stood by, and did NOTHING the whole time the incidents were occurring that Jaime’s film; No Place to Call Home, (still available on Vimeo for a modest donation – starting at $3), documents. This is nothing short of criminal negligence, for their knowing failure to protect the children under their care, and should have been prosecuted at the time.

And what the hell do i know? Well, i have a long history of being molested myself – going back to my grade school days. And by the time i was 16 had experienced an attempted molestation by my own dad. But i kept silent about it for fear of being returned to further abuse with my mom. And in another year or so i’d be emancipated as a newly recruited and trained US Marine.

But this is not my story, except to say that i was an adult member there possibly during the time some of these abuses occurred – AND JUST THAT POSSIBILITY BREAKS MY HEART! So to Jaime’ and the other victims who must remain nameless for their protection, i am so very very sorry; please forgive my part in this – and if not, then i do understand.

Stuck On Being “Right” Over Being Kind

Rock on, Mark Votava!

Culture of Imagination

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I have been stuck on being right over being kind and loving so many times.  It is freeing for me to admit that most of my perceptions are probably wrong.  I don’t have the answers in life as much as I want to pretend that I do.

I’m sorry for all the people I have hurt as I try to be “right” over being kind.  I am coming to understand that living by what I think faith is will never be static.  It is about living in the present moment.  I cannot stay stuck in my perceptions of yesterday, last week, or two year ago.

It is all so uncertain.  And that is good.  My certainty can destroy me because a lot of the time it is an illusion of control that I fabricate to feel more secure.

Living more by my deep intuitions is more important to me than…

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Gmail Password Leak Update

The WordPress.com Blog

This week, a group of hackers released a list of about 5 million Gmail addresses and passwords. This list was not generated as a result of an exploit of WordPress.com, but since a number of emails on the list matched email addresses associated with WordPress.com accounts, we took steps to protect our users.

We downloaded the list, compared it to our user database, and proactively reset over 100,000 accounts for which the password given in the list matched the WordPress.com password. We also sent email notification of the password reset containing instructions for regaining access to the account. Users who received the email were instructed to follow these steps:

  1. Go to WordPress.com.
  2. Click the “Login” button on the homepage.
  3. Click on the link “Lost your password?”
  4. Enter your WordPress.com username.
  5. Click the “Get New Password” button.

In general, it’s very important that passwords be unique for each account. Using the same…

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