Steven Furtick, who is somehow still considered part of the Southern Baptist Convention, will be a speaker at (yet another) conference from the heretical, Montanist, NAR mega-church: Bethel Church, Redding. This conference promises to "bring heaven" (if you buy an expensive ticket) just like all of their other conferences:
Tickets cost between $129 to $189... but for an additional $60 surcharge you can sit closer to the NARpostles and have a Q&A session with the very cool (and very famous) Bethel musicians!
This should not seem too shocking since Furtick has already declared his great love and devotion to the Modalist heretic T. D. Jakes. Over the years, Steven Furtick has even adopted the dramatic and emotionally manipulative speaking style of T. D. Jakes. But now we see the attempt to merge two massive audiences: the NAR/Signs and Wonders/Hyper-Charismatic audience of Bill Johnson and his Bethel co-pastor, Kris Vallotton, with the more Word of Faith/Positive Thinking/Seeker-Friendly audience of Steven Furtick.
These men are all highly paid public speakers, and they wish to find as many new customers as possible. We can expect them to have brand new books to sell in time for this conference as well.
Here are some of the other false teachers that Steven Furtick has gladly shared the stage with:
Steven Furtick "Ministries" is hardly a ministry:
- It is NOT listed in the IRS database.
- It is NOT registered as a non-profit in North Carolina or South Carolina.
- It does NOT file a Form 990 with the IRS.
For more information:
Here's a very informative new video about Steven Furtick from Pastor Chris Rosebrough:
Are you sick and tired of seeing these false-teaching egomaniacs getting rich in the name of God??
Read the Manifesto of Christian Discernment: