In January, Hillsong Phoenix will be hosting the Alpha Conference 2020 which will feature such ecumenical false teachers as Francis Chan and a Roman Catholic priest from the Archdiocese of Halifax, James Mallon.
It comes as no surprise that Francis Chan would be partnering up with Roman Catholic as he has long left the reservation of biblical Christianity. A graduate of Master’s Seminary, Chan received top-notch Christian education only to become one of the world’s premier ecumenical wolves in sheep’s clothing.
Chan recently announced that he was leaving America to take his spiritual poison overseas as a “missionary” to Asia. Yet, he will apparently be returning in 2020 to continue his false teachings and cozying up with Roman Catholics.
Chan, and well-known contemporary worship artist, Matt Redman, will be joining Roman Catholics at Hillsong for the conference. Alpha is, according to its website, “a series of sessions exploring the Christian faith, typically run over eleven weeks.”
Each talk looks at a different question around faith and is designed to create conversation. Alpha is run all around the globe, and everyone is welcome.
The idea of the conference is to bury the distinctions between biblical Christianity and other false churches, particularly the Roman Catholic Church and the New Apostolic Reformation — nothing new for Chan.
Hillsong, however, is mainstream in Evangelicalism yet deadly poison to those who embrace them as orthodox. Evangelical churches around the world sing their music during worship on Sunday mornings while unsuspecting believers blindly worship while unknowingly supporting a ministry that blasphemes God. Would most of the church continue to praise and worship God if they knew that their churches were paying royalties to support Roman Catholicism and ecumenism, promote false gospels, and commit idolatry? Probably not, yet, those in charge of the worship at these churches know better. They will be held to a higher standard.
Reformation Charlotte implores all believers to abandon Hillsong and mark them for what they are — blasphemers, idolaters, and enemies of God.
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