Earlier today I engaged in conversation with two Mormon girls who were doing ‘outreach’ in Lisburn – ‘Sister Thu’ and ‘Sister Coffman’. Our conversation was friendly and in the course of it I asked them how their
‘Jesus’ received his earthly body. They replied that it was through the Virgin Mary and the Holy Ghost. They were rather surprised then when I told them their church taught otherwise.
They accepted a ministry card with the ministry web site address and if in
God’s providence they go to it I hope they will see this article-listing, and
if so, if they go pages 6-7 on this link
they will be able to read the quotes I referred to that demonstrate that their
understanding of Christ’s conception does not line up with official pronouncements by leading Mormon figures including Brigham Young.
Cecil Andrews – ‘Take Heed’ Ministries – 22 November 2018
In recent days I posted a short item on Facebook directing people to video of JOYCE MEYER ‘expounding’ Romans 4:17. I prefaced the link to the video with these comments –
‘Some people express surprise when I identify JOYCE MEYER as a false teacher (and that’s apart from the fact that as a woman she should not be exercising the ‘teaching role’ as she does) so perhaps this video clip, with added comments, may help confirm my assessment of her’.
The following link will take you to an article that includes video of her ‘exposition’ of Romans 4:17. This is the link –
My own Facebook post was shared by a number of people and one of those shares attracted these comments from a lady –
I recently received an inquiry from a pastor-friend who wanted to know if there were perhaps grounds for concerns about the organisation known as AWANA – ‘derived from the first letters of “Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed” as taken from 2 Timothy 2:15’ (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Awana)
Then, in their own words – ‘For over six decades, the Lord has used the ministry of Awana to reach kids, equip leaders, and change the world. The unchanging truth of the gospel drives the same vision we’ve held all these years to reach children in every corner of the globe as we walk boldly into the future and continue to be used by God to help change the world’.
This group which is based in Tyler, Texas, USA has in recent years been seeking to extend its influence in the UK and Europe through the efforts of a Mr James McBride who is based in Lincoln, England. This group was founded by Garner Ted Armstrong, son of Herbert W. Armstrong who founded The Worldwide Church of God which produces the glossy magazine ‘The Plain Truth’ and puts out a satellite TV broadcast each Sunday called ‘The World Tomorrow’.
In fact, my first introduction to Garner Ted Armstrong was during my teenage years when I used to listen to the pop music station – Radio Luxembourg and Garner Ted used to present a 15-minute programme on behalf of his father’s church and the programme was called ‘The World Tomorrow’.