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At his sixtieth birthday Brian Houston decided to get a photo of himself with his axis of apostasy. We have decided to edit the image and put the six names under each of these six “fierce wolves”. These men do not represent the Christian faith and are incredibly dangerous to the spiritual well-being of Christians everywhere. The fact that all stand side-by-side against the warning of scripture prove that they do not “continue in the teaching of Christ” and “do not have God”.

“Anyone who runs ahead and does not continue in the teaching of Christ does not have God; whoever continues in the teaching has both the Father and the Son. If anyone comes to you and does not bring this teaching, do not take them into your house or welcome them. Anyone who welcomes them shares in their wicked work.” 2 John 1:9-11

We personally find it fascinating that Houston’s friends also appear to be Pringle’s friends. Paul de Jong has spoken at C3 Church. Furthermore, we have recorded Phil Pringle sending a video of Casey Treat to City Harvest Church to support Kong Hee. The fact they all stand together as a pack of lobos speaks volumes.

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Phil Pringle uploaded the photo and writes:

Wonderful nite celebrating grt friend@briancharleshouston 60th wit @caseytreat@pauldejongnz @garyjamesclarke @stevepenny Big congrats Brian. Thanking God 4 u & all Hillsong have brought 2 t world.

Source: Phil Pringle, http://instagram.com/p/kicMBHtPwB/. Accessed 21/02/2014.


Chris Rosebrough has reviewed some sermons of these false teachers: Brian Houston, Phil Pringle, Paul de Jong and Casey Treat.

You can browse our archives on C3 Church Watch and Hillsong Church Watch on the false teachings of Brian Houston and Phil Pringle.

Here is the sermon review of Casey Treat.

NOVEMBER 07, 2013

Driscoll’s Resurgence Hypocrisy

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Program segments:

• Patricia King’s Big Tent Strange Fire
• Rick Warren’s Resurgence False Doctrine
• Driscoll’s Resurgence Hypocrisy
• Sermon Review: Do You Love Yourself? by Casey Treat

Source: Chris Rosebrough, Driscoll’s Resurgence Hypocrisy, Fighting for the Faith, http://www.fightingforthefaith.com/2013/11/driscolls-resurgence-hypocrisy.html#sthash.wRrDFw8i.dpuf, Published 07/11/2013. (Accessed 20/02/2014.)

Here is a Chris Rosebrough doing a sermon review of Wendy Treat:

FEBRUARY 13, 2014

First Look At Crash The Chatterbox

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Program segments:

• Naked Church?
• First Look at Steven Furtick’s Crash the Chatterbox
• Sermon Review: Get Out of the Box by Wendy Treat

Source: Chris Rosebrough, First Look At Crash The Chatterbox, Fighting for the Faith, http://www.fightingforthefaith.com/2014/02/first-look-at-crash-the-chatterbox.html#sthash.jnBSXsnN.dpuf, Published 13/02/2013. (Accessed 20/02/2014.)

Here are the sermon reviews of Paul de Jong:

SEPTEMBER 28, 2010

Christian Thug Life?!?


• “Thug Life” Church Life Group Promo Video
• Email
• Sermon Review “Blessed to Bless” Paul de Jong, Life Church, Auckland, New Zealand

Source: Chris Rosebrough, Christian Thug Life?!?, Fighting for the Faith, http://www.fightingforthefaith.com/2010/09/christian-thug-life.html#sthash.S4rTFH51.dpuf, Published 28/09/2010. (Accessed 20/02/2014.)

DECEMBER 07, 2010

Narnian Heresy?


• Email
• Narnian Heresy?
• Perry Noble Tells us to Stop Bad Mouthing the Future of the Church
• Sermon Review “Naturally Supernatural” by Paul de Jong of Life Church, Auckland, NZ

Source: Chris Rosebrough, Narnian Heresy?, Fighting for the Faith, http://www.fightingforthefaith.com/2010/12/narnian-heresy.html#sthash.T8zl0vt4.dpuf, Published 07/12/2010. (Accessed 20/02/2014.)

APRIL 05, 2011

Emergent Village Bares Its Fangs


• Georgia Preacher Jumps for Jesus
• Biologos Attempts to Make Death a Good Thing
• Emergent Village Bears its Fangs
• Sermon Review, “Weight Carriers” by Paul de Jong, Life Church, Auckland, NZ

Source: Chris Rosebrough, Emergent Village Bares Its Fangs, Fighting for the Faith, http://www.fightingforthefaith.com/2011/04/emergent-village-bears-its-fangs.html#sthash.qlSk5N8b.dpuf, Published 05/04/2010. (Accessed 20/02/2014.)


Philip Powell shares his experience,

When I was National General Secretary I became aware of a book written by Steve Penny entitled “Here Come the Prophets“. I recall commenting to my colleagues, “There Go The Prophets Again.”

It really is not a new phenomenon and generally throughout history the movement has caused problems with some strange and at times humorous incidents. For example the apostolic movement in Wales early last century spawned some unusual characters who were named “prophets”. One is reputed to have stood and said, “Lo oh my people you are before me as cabbages. Some of you have soft hearts; some of you have hard hearts; and some of you have no hearts at all.” Another who came into a meeting rather late, during prayer inquired of his neighbour what had been happening. The person explained that the meeting had been quite exiting with some even dancing. The “prophet” waited his time and then at an opportune moment stood and said, “Lo oh my people I hear you have been dancing in my presence. If I had been with you I would have danced too.”

The problem today is that these so called “prophets” have a message about change of culture and such things, which is really nothing less than an attack on the Gospel.

For example Steve Penny speaks of the importance of culture and lines this up with wealth and prosperity and then has the audacity to call it “Kingdom” culture and by that he means the Kingdom of God. He claims that Jesus during His life on earth ate at the best restaurants and, presumably, stayed in the best hotels.

Steve Penny insisted on a local Church paying Business Class travel for him not because he needed it, but because he had to maintain this so called “culture.” He says this is why AoG and the Australian Christian Churches need Brian Houston as their President – because Brian brings this sort of prosperity culture.

One of their rank is reported as teaching younger pastors to “Use people, then when they’ve served their usefulness – SPIT THEM OUT and move on.” One of these men cleverly named his boat – The Office – so that he could honestly tell his parishioners that he was in “The OFFICE” when they called him by phone. What he said and what they understood were two different things. This is what the Bible calls “MAKING A LIE.”

Source: By Philip L. Powell, When is a Prophet NO Profit?, http://www.banner.org.uk/prophets/no-profit.html, (Transcript of a talk given by in BRISBANE, Australia on Friday 20/07/2001.) (Accessed 18/02/2014.)


Hillsong says,

Gary Clarke and his wife, Cathy, are Lead Pastors at Hillsong London and oversee its fast-growing extension services in the UK and Europe. Originally from Hillsong Sydney, Gary works closely with the lead pastors of our international Hillsong Churches to facilitate Hillsong’s growth and ministry globally.”

Source: SENIOR PASTORS, ELDERSHIP & BOARD, MyHillsong Australia, http://myhillsong.com/senior-pastors-eldership, 20/05/2014. (Accessed 20/04/2014.)

As you can see, these men are unqualified to teach from the bible and must be rejected by Christians if Christians wish to preserve the faith once and for all delivered to the saints.