The "Amphetamine" Apostle Ryan LeStrange (because he speaks as if he's always hopped up on amphetamines) worships at the idol of innovation. In a recent tirade on Facebook he ranted against the evils of the "religious" as he explained his goals as an "apostle." (The video begins with an equally frantic and meaningless "word" from Johnathan Stidham.)
LeStrange believes modern "apostles" are "breaker people." He has even created an anointing called the BAM anointing (Breaker Anointing Manifesting). He believes we must speak in a new language, use new paradigms, as we have new adventures in the spirit.
LeStrange speaks negatively of "religious" people because they like tradition and continuity. Lestrange's desire to break tradition and continuity, and innovate new paradigms and new adventures in the spirit is a huge sign he's actually not an apostle.
The New Testament speaks highly of continuity and tradition.
In Acts we see the church continuing steadfastly in the apostle's doctrine:
2 Thessalonians instructs us to stand fast, and hold to the traditions of the apostles:
1 John instructs us to abide in what was heard from the beginning, and that there isn't a need for a new and innovative teaching:
Paul instructs Timothy to teach no other doctrine than what the apostles taught:
"Apostle" LeStrange proves he is anything but an apostle as he worships at the altar of innovation. Instead of holding to the continuity of the real apostles, his BAM anointing attempts to break continuity.
Our remaining sinful nature will tempt us to become bored with the unchangeable doctrines of God, This sinful bent toward boredom can tempt us to seek something new and innovative. Let's remember this temptation just leads to death as we become bound to new traditions of men. The unchangeable should not leave us feeling bored, instead it should lead us to dig our roots in deeper, recognizing that the unchangeable is the true source of life.