The Word of the LORD

When magazines from the biggest para-church organisations in the country (ie Christian Concern) come through our doors, we must exercise discernment. I’ve personally warned Andrea Williams about Christian Concern’s promotion of the NAR error, but she would not listen.

The Word of the LORD

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3 thoughts on “The Word of the LORD

    1. Hi Jessi,

      Thanks for this and great work on the fitness. Are you in the U.K.?

      Re NAR etc. you can dig in to that easily enough online but, in essence, it’s a “stream” of the “Church” whose doctrine is up the creek without a paddle. Christian Concern are (I think largely unwittingly, though I have alerted their CEO) promoting leaders and ministries who are NAR advocates. (You can see this in their latest magazine and a coffee shop in Yeovil that they’re featuring — a Bethel “apostolic centre” as much as anything else. More info here:

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