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C3 advert exposes Presence Conference is of pagan origin

Phil Pringle in his advert for Presence Conference 2016 is not appealing to Christianity but rather pagan mysticism. In this article – we expose the lies and theological bankruptcy behind his Presence advert. 1,342 more words

Phil Pringle

Exposing the "Sunday Morning Stickup".

The secular media sees it, but sadly some segments of the Christian community just don’t see it.

A lot of people attending ‘ministries’ like Hillsong, C3 Church, City Harvest Church Singapore, New Creation Church Singapore, Yoido Full Gospel Church, Saddleback Church, Northpoint Community Church, to name a few, just do not get it. 2,883 more words

Hillsong

C3's Alex Farncomb reviewed on Fighting for the Faith

In the introduction to his program “Fighting For The Faith”, Chris Rosebrough took some time outlining his thoughts about Alex Farncomb’s sermon “I’m Happy Without Jesus” in the lead-up to reviewing the segment. 473 more words

Phil Pringle

C3 Leaders Idolising Pringle's Criminal Mentor Yonggi Cho & Misleading congregants

THE FACTS OF YONGGI CHO’S DANGEROUS BEHAVIOUR

David Yonggi Cho has recently spoken at C3 Church Oxford Falls. What makes his invitation so scandalous is how C3 leadership are deliberately lying to their congregation in their attempt to cover up the fact that Yonggi Cho is a convicted criminal. 338 more words

David Yonggi Cho

Convicted felon Kong Hee claims convicted felon Yonggi Cho is his 'Spiritual Father'

In spite of their lies, blasphemies and crimes, pulpit criminals like Kong Hee and David Yonggi Cho still choose to stick together. Before reading the Christian Post article, we would like to highlight some of the things Kong Hee mentioned in this piece. 785 more words

Kong Hee

Phil Pringle invites convicted felon, Yonggi Cho, to speak at C3 Church Oxford Falls.

“Pay careful attention to yourselves and to all the flock, in which the Holy Spirit has made you overseers, to care for the church of God, which he obtained with his own blood. 548 more words

David Yonggi Cho