Grace & The Hyper-Grace Movement Part 1 | Prophetic Perspectives

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Emilie Plowman is joined by Tom Hardiman, Director of Morningstar Fellowship of Ministries and Churches, and Justin Perry, Lead Pastor of MorningStar Fellowship Church Fort Mill to discuss the true nature of grace and the errors embraced by the hyper-grace movement.

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A Moral Movement for the Nation | Rev. Dr. William J. Barber, II

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April 13th, 2014 – Preaching on Palm Sunday from the historic Riverside Church in New York City, Rev. Dr. William J. Barber, II, architect of the North Carolina Moral Monday Movement, delivers a powerful message to the nation.

Magnificat 5th Movement (Ave Maria) – NICHOLAS WHITE

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The fifth movement (Ave Maria) of Nicholas White’s large scale setting of the Magnificat for soprano soloist, choir, organ, brass and percussion. Written in 1997, and premiered at Washington National Cathedral, this performance features Amanda Balestrieri (soprano), Jeff Howard (organist),the Chancel Choir of First United Methodist Church, Lubbock, Texas (Gordon McMillan, Minister of Music), FUMC Brass & Percussion, and Nicholas White, conductor.

Dexter Walker and Zion Movement in OKC – Medley

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Oklahoma Gulf Coast Gospel Media Assoc. Presents….
New Years Day Celebration “Sound of Hope” Tour
Host Montrae Tisdale-Johnson
Friday January 1, 2016
at Northeast Baptist Church – Oklahoma City, OK

Featuring Dexter Walker and Zion Movement of Chicago.


Starting a Movement – Ajai Lall

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Ajai Lall is the director of Central India Christian Mission. Here, he illustrates how churches are multiplying in regions of India that have never heard the gospel.

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The Making of a Movement | Pastor Benny Perez | 07.14.2013

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The Church LV did not begin in a building; but in the hearts of two ordinary people willing to do extraordinary things to see the Las Vegas valley changed. The Church began as a small gathering in the home of Pastors Benny and Wendy Perez, and today it is recognized as one of the fastest growing churches in the nation.

We are determined to build a church, which creates a friendly and inviting atmosphere for you and your family. Whether you are single, married, divorced, or a grandparent we believe that there is a place for you here at The Church. You will find that each service is unique, fun, creative, and relevant to your life with a message from Pastor Benny that is both humorous and life changing. Our children’s programs are age appropriate and fun. Our well trained staff will ensure that your children have an enjoyable and exciting experience that will have them wanting to come back week after week!

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The Bible-Presbyterian Movement #3 – Bible-Presbyterian Church History Series

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The Bible-Presbyterian Movement #3 – Bible-Presbyterian Church History Series



Bible Passage (KJV): Rev 1:9b – For the word of God and for the testimony of Jesus Christ.

Today’s Session

– The breakup of the Singapore BP Movement
– Where are they today? 
– Lessons learnt

“… divisions and separations are most objectionable in religion… but before we blame people for them, we must be careful that we lay the blame where it is deserved. False doctrine and heresy are even worse than division between churches. If people separate themselves from teaching which is positively false and unscriptural, they ought to be praised rather than reproved. In such cases separation is a virtue and not a sin… The person who is really guilty of schism is the one who caused the schism in the first place.” 1


New Evangelical
New or Neo-Evangelicalism is a movement which began in 1948 with Harold Ockenga, who described it as “a repudiation of separatism and the summons to social involvement… a new emphasis upon the application of the gospel to the sociological, political, and economic areas of life. Neo-evangelicals emphasized … the recapture of denomination leadership, and the re-examination of theological problems such as the antiquity of man, the universality of the flood, God’s Method of Creation, and others.”2 Ockenga’s dislike of Fundamentalism is evident when he says that “fundamentalists are doing irreparable harm to our movement by identifying Christianity with ‘Thou shall not.’ They have lost all the joy out of Christianity and Christian living. They have made it negative.”3

The New Evangelical called upon God’s people to stay in the modernistic mainline denominations rather than leave them, to study at the feet of modernists in their theological institutions rather than reject them as heretics.4 It is a mindset of compromise. Their motto is “love” at any cost and the most important doctrine in the Bible is the saving of souls. All other doctrines are either not taught or minimised. The mindset of joining hands with all denominations regardless of doctrinal differences and maintaining peace at all costs is paramount in the neo-evangelical mind. Because it is a mindset it has infiltrated into the very heart of the most fundamental church, without exception.5

Dissolution of the Singapore BP Church Synod
As the B-P Movement grew, and younger men went overseas and imbibed liberal and New Evangelical theology, a deviant spirit began to creep into the BP Church. While wearing the BP name these were playing the New Evangelical game. “At every Synod meeting there was a tussle … it was a tussle between Fundamentalism and New Evangelicalism.”6

With growth of numbers, the B-P leadership went into the process of “decentralization” and “diversification.” (While we were one – just Life Church – everyone followed one Pastor). Now arose an increasing chorus of voices from new and younger leaders. In those years (1950 – 1980) the B-P Church was said to be the fastest growing Church in Singapore. Increasing numbers meant also increasing differences in beliefs and practice, and departure from the original.7

Finally, the “decision was arrived at after much prayerful consideration and discussion over certain protracted issues. These issues centred mainly on strong differences in interpreting the Doctrine of Biblical Separation, Fundamentalism, and Neo-Evangelicalism. Concerted attempts were made during the past two years…. Dissolution is accepted as the last resort.” 8

… (Continued in Notes)


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Modern Church Series on the The Bible-Presbyterian Faith (Part 3)
Bible Presbyterian Church of WA – Combined Fellowship
Friday 9th September 2016

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Gospel Mass by Robert Ray – Acclamation movement (Hallelujah, Praise the Lord)

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The Acclamation movement from Robert Ray’s “Gospel Mass” presented by the Music Ministry of First United Methodist Church in Lexington, KY, conducted by Dr. Robert Ray. Soloists are Whit Whitaker and La’Shelle Allen.

No More: The Children of Birmingham 1963 and the Turning Point of the Civil Rights Movement

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This is our (Miranda and Mckay) winning documentary we were able to take to the National History Day competition in Washington D.C. It tells the story of the Children’s March, the bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church, and the influence these events had on the faltering Civil Rights Movement in 1963. Also included are personal interviews we conducted with Barbara Cross, daughter of Reverend John Cross of the bombed church, and Clifton Casey, who demonstrated at age 16.

Jesus movement | Wikipedia audio article

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The Jesus movement was an Evangelical Christian movement beginning on the West Coast of the United States in the late 1960s and early 1970s and spreading primarily throughout North America, Europe, and Central America, before subsiding by the late 1980s. Members of the movement were called Jesus people, or Jesus freaks.
Its predecessor, the Charismatic Movement, had already been in full swing for about a decade. It involved mainline Protestants and Roman Catholics who testified to supernatural experiences similar to those recorded in the Acts of the Apostles, especially speaking in tongues. Both of these movements held that they were calling the church back to a closer Biblical picture of Christianity, in which the gifts of the Spirit would be restored to the Church.The Jesus movement left a legacy of various denominations and other Christian organizations, and influenced both the development of the contemporary Christian right and the Christian left. Jesus music, which grew out of the movement, helped influence and create various musical subgenres under the late 20th and early 21st century contemporary Christian music, such as Jesus Culture and Hillsong in America and the UK. This also led to new instruments such as the guitar and drums to be included throughout churches all over the world, in addition to the traditional pianos and organs. Music in other parts of the world were also greatly influenced by the Jesus Movement, such as Central America and the UK. In Central America, Pentecostal churches under the Charismatic Movement began to compose spiritual music called “coros” (fast-paced hymns) which is normally accompanied by dancing in the Spirit.