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How to be a Famous Preacher by Mark

SOURCE: 1. Be a good public speaker. Express emotion: either be very good at anger, or weep copiously, or smile successfully. Wear the right outfit for your target audience: a Rolex,  leather, tattoos, an Armani suit, whatever cardboard caricature impresses your particular constituents and will make them quit changing channels and watch you. 1,295 more words


NAR "apostle" Mark Chironna scorns Christians concerned with end times

For such men are false apostles, deceitful workers, disguising themselves as apostles of Christ. (2 Corinthians 11:13)

Promoting his latest webinar, Mark Chironna writes, “It is becoming increasingly evident that preoccupation with end-time scenarios is ‘in vogue’…BUT ONLY within a small subculture of the Body of Christ. 235 more words

Leonard Sweet and Mark Chironna: A Quantum Connection

“This panentheistic God ‘in’ everything teaching by Leonard Sweet is the foundational teaching of the New Age/New Spirituality.” –Warren B. Smith, A Wonderful Deception, pg. 344 more words

Mark Chironna's New Age/Quantum Mysticism at Bethel Redding Conference

“Will faith in God’s Word become a thing of the past as ‘science’ replaces faith? A growing number of church figures have directly or indirectly introduced quantum physics with its New Age implications into their teachings and writings.” –Warren B. 1,425 more words

Evangelist Floods Honduras With Bibles During 'One Nation, One Day' Outreach.

Daniel King is hoping he and his team can evangelize the entire nation of Honduras on Saturday. (Daniel King Ministries)

On July 20, 2013, evangelist Daniel King will give away more than a half-million salvation books in the nation of Honduras. 541 more words

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Tapping Into the Power of Your Influence as a Woman.

Dr. Mark Chironna

I learned a lot about manhood from the men I grew up with. From my observations, being a man was all about power and authority. 1,718 more words


“When you’re driven by unmet needs for approval and acceptance, you succumb to the peer pressure of those attempting to manipulate and control you into being and becoming whom they say you should, ought, or must be.

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