Apostle and Apostolic Leadership Mean the Same Thing in the USCAL Universe of Terms

The US Coalition of Apostolic Leaders use the terms apostle and apostolic leadership. These two terms mean the same thing in the USCAL universe of terms. This means USCAL considers Dr. Michael Brown an apostle.

By “apostolic leadership”, I mean a leader who functions in the ministry gift of apostle as found in Ephesians 4:11.

That’s from their own website, from their lead convener Joseph Mattera. Link to source.

To me, this is significant because I notice obfuscation by some. They use the term apostolic leader/leadership as a term that appears to be broad and include almost anyone in a significant area of church leadership. It’s a way for them to say, “I’m not claiming to be an apostle. I’m not part of NAR.”

As I’ve pointed out before, USCAL associates itself with NAR/New Apostolic Reformation. Their agenda is to usher in a new apostolic reformation. Link to source.

3. Recognizing the apostolic can also help usher in a new apostolic reformation
Some proponents of the apostolic say it is evident the old way of doing things through hierarchical denominationalism is dead or dying (with the exception of Pentecostal denominations, like the Assemblies of God, most denominations are on the decline).

This also means USCAL considers anyone an apostle when they give them the label apostolic leader. That means USCAL considers Dr. Michael Brown an apostle. Dr. Michael Brown is on the USCAL national council.

(Source URL https://static1.squarespace.com/static/54359608e4b07147d79770e1/t/58e65cccbebafbe3ac92d95e/1491492045212/USCAL+Nat+Council.pdf . I didn’t hyperlink it because WordPress won’t go right to the USCAL website.)

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Rush Limbaugh Is Disliked Because of the Leviathan Spirit Says Lance Wallnau

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Did you know that if you dislike Rush Limbaugh it could be because you’re influenced by the Leviathan spirit? Yeah, it’s true, if Lance Wallnau is right. We know he’s not right. Lance is over spiritualizing pretty much everything related to politics. Basically if you disagree with him, then you’re under the power of demons. Nothing like using God to legitimize every political opinion spewed out of your mouth.

 

Original video here.

Dr. Michael Brown’s NAR USCAL Agenda to Dictate, Govern, Rule, Control, Infiltrate: Usher in New Apostolic Reformation

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Summary
1.Dr. Michael Brown is an apostolic leader in USCAL (US Coalition of Apostolic Leaders).

2.USCAL clearly identifies as part of the NAR (New Apostolic Reformation).

3. USCAL seeks to usher in a new apostolic reformation.

4.USCAL seeks to restore apostolic ministry, converge with evangelical denominations, and replace pastoral leadership with apostolic leadership.

5.USCAL uses dominionist terms like dictate, govern, rule, control, and infiltrate when describing their agenda.

6. Dr. Michael brown is complicit in promoting the above because he’s an apostolic leader in USCAL.

Explained

1.Dr. Michael Brown is an apostolic leader in USCAL (US Coalition of Apostolic Leaders).
Link to source.

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2.USCAL clearly identifies as part of the NAR (New Apostolic Reformation).
Link to source.
By calling for a new apostolic reformation USCAL is identifying as part of NAR.

3. Recognizing the apostolic can also help usher in a new apostolic reformation

Some proponents of the apostolic say it is evident the old way of doing things through hierarchical denominationalism is dead or dying (with the exception of Pentecostal denominations, like the Assemblies of God, most denominations are on the decline).

3. USCAL seeks to usher in a new apostolic reformation.

Let’s just piggyback off of the source above.

4.USCAL seeks to restore apostolic ministry, converge with evangelical denominations, and replace pastoral leadership with apostolic leadership.
From an article linked on the USCAL Facebook page, written by current USCAL leader Joseph Mattera. Link to source.

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“we will explore the necessity of restoring apostolic ministry today”

“I believe that the present embrace of the five-fold ministry of the evangelical pastors in the USA is going to bring a convergence between the charismatic, independent apostolic networks, evangelical networks, and ultimately even evangelical bible confessing denominations.”

“The church will go from being pastorally led to apostolically led and prophetically inspired.”

5.USCAL uses dominionist terms like dictate, govern, rule, control, and infiltrate when describing their agenda. 
This is from USCAL’s 4R Vision page. Link to source.

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Conclusions
1.Dr. Michael Brown as an apostolic leader in USCAL is part of NAR, because USCAL identifies as belonging to NAR.

2. Dr. Michael Brown is helping to usher in a new apostolic reformation because he’s a leader in USCAL and USCAL clearly says they’re trying to usher in a new apostolic reformation.

3. Dr. Michael Brown is complicit and active in an agenda to restore apostolic ministry because he’s an apostolic leader in USCAL and they’ve clearly said that’s part of their agenda.

4. Dr. Michael Brown is seeking to converge the NAR agenda with evangelical denominations and replace pastoral leadership with apostolic leadership because he’s an apostolic leader in USCAL and they’ve clearly said that’s part of their agenda.

5. Dr. Michael Brown is complicit and active in promoting a NAR agenda that uses dominionist terms like dictate, govern, rule, control, and infiltrate because he’s an apostolic leader in USCAL and they’ve clearly said that’s part of their agenda.

Dr. Michael Brown is a Council Member of NAR USCAL Organization

Dr. Michael Brown is a national council member of the NAR organization US Coalition of Apostolic Leaders.

It’s explained below. Each claim is linked to the source. If you copy and paste this somewhere, please make sure links to the evidence are included.

Apostle Joseph Mattera is the lead convener of US Coalition of Apostolic Leaders.
Apostle Joseph Mattera the leader of USCAL has written content using the term NAR (New Apostolic Reformation) and he associates himself as being part of NAR. In the article he calls for:

*The necessity of restoring apostolic ministry.
*The converging of apostles with evangelical bible believing denominations.
*Replacing pastoral leadership with apostolic leadership.

“we will explore the necessity of restoring apostolic ministry today”

“I believe that the present embrace of the five-fold ministry of the evangelical pastors in the USA is going to bring a convergence between the charismatic, independent apostolic networks, evangelical networks, and ultimately even evangelical bible confessing denominations.”

“The church will go from being pastorally led to apostolically led and prophetically inspired.”

On the official USCAL site Apostle Joseph Mattera has called for the ushering in of a new apostolic reformation. That means the organization itself uses the term, and is calling for the ushering in of a new apostolic reformation.

3. Recognizing the apostolic can also help usher in a new apostolic reformation

Some proponents of the apostolic say it is evident the old way of doing things through hierarchical denominationalism is dead or dying (with the exception of Pentecostal denominations, like the Assemblies of God, most denominations are on the decline).

Dr. Michael Brown  is listed as a council member of USCAL for 2017

USCAL National Council Membership List 2017

That means  Dr. Michael Brown willingly promotes and belongs to a NAR organization lead by someone who is calling for ushering in a new apostolic reformation, the restoration of apostles, converging of evangelical churches with restored apostles, and replacing of pastoral leadership with the restored apostles.

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If the organization is a coalition of apostolic leaders, can it be said that members are claiming to be apostolic leaders, also known as apostles? Why name an organization that, if its members are not apostolic leaders? Does this mean Michael Brown from North Carolina is claiming to be an apostle? If not, then why has he joined that organization?

Prophet Paul Cain: A few important details

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*Prophet Paul Cain has admitted to past homosexual sin, and drunkenness. Yet on his bio on his website, he laments moral failures in the healing-revival movement of the past. His website doesn’t include his own major moral failures. He presents himself to the readers of his website as a humble, lowly, anointed man of God who is now serving as a spiritual father.
“”For the next few years, Paul watched in agony as many of the leaders of the healing-revival movement suffered moral failures involving money, sex, and power, and lost their ministries or seemed to die prematurely, or in infamy. ”

*Prophet Paul Cain served with William Branham.

*Cain says he was part of the Latter Rain and charismatic movements.

*Cain believes there is a new breed of last day revivalists coming.

*Cain speaks of Joel’s army.

Link to Paul Cain’s bio.
http://paulcain.com/lifestory.htm#xl_story2

Link to story of Paul Cain’s moral failures.
https://www.charismamag.com/site-archives/154-peopleevents/people-and-events/1514-prophetic-minister-paul-cain-issues-public-apology-for-immoral-lifestyle-

Link to recent videos of Paul Cain working with Lou Engle and others.
https://www.facebook.com/EmergingProphets/videos/2026066180944075/

NAR Leader Uses the Term NAR: Says NAR Will Converge with Evangelical Churches (i.e. NAR Isn’t a Conspiracy Theory)

narlead04182018aApostle Joseph Mattera leader of US Coalition of Apostolic Leaders just used the term NAR in an article he wrote. Not only did he use the term, he also said NAR is going to converge with evangelical bible confessing denominations, and apostles will replace pastors as leaders.

I believe that the present embrace of the five-fold ministry of the evangelical pastors in the USA is going to bring a convergence between the charismatic, independent apostolic networks, evangelical networks, and ultimately even evangelical bible confessing denominations.

Why is this important? First, because many people (Me included to some extent.) have viewed the term NAR (New Apostolic Reformation) as a catchall buzz word used by cat food eating conspiracy theorists who run discernment ministries. Some say the word is used by conspiracy theorists to describe an ominous attempt by the fringe of the charismatic movement to takeover the churches.

People like Dr. Michael Brown have attempted to minimize the term, calling it the so called NAR. The term NAR is clearly not a term conjured up in the imaginations of discernment ministry conspiracy theorists. It’s a term used by leaders high up on the food chain of the modern day apostle restoration movement.

This is also important because it proves that the leaders of NAR want to converge and infiltrate every church, and bring them under the influence of restored modern day apostles. I repeat, this is not a conspiracy theory.

In his article, NAR leader Joseph Mattera says pastors will be usurped by apostles.

 The implications of this will be extraordinary!

1. The church will go from being pastorally led to apostolically led and prophetically inspired.

The NAR wants your church, and they want to usurp your pastor.

Below should fall under fair use. Just documenting in case he decides to edit.

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Apostolic Twirling Picnic Blanket Sports Coat Is Coming to a City near You!

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Apostle and governmental prophet Dr. Matthew L. Stevenson III is coming to a city near you with his apostolic twirling picnic blanket sports coat. Many false apostles go for the boring single color sports coat. This false apostle is different. He’s managed to use his fake apostolic anointing to make a hybrid of a picnic blanket and sports coat, and when he twirls it, well that’s when things really start to happen!

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This has nothing to do with Christianity. It’s another example of an egotistical human using biblical titles to further his own ego and bank account at the expense of the the hurting..

Original post on Facebook here.

Steven Furtick Is Ready to Listen to His “Haters”?: Says We Negatively Judge Those God Sends to Help Us

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Is Steven Furtick ready to listen to his “haters”? He sounds like he’s ready to listen to discernment bloggers and people like John MacArthur who are trying to correct his errors. During a sermon on 04-15-2018 he spoke about how God sends people our way to help and correct us. Furtick said often we judge them negatively without realizing God is using them to change us. Does this indicate a change in Steven Furtick? Will he now stop judging some people as haters, and instead view them as helpers sent from God?

Lyin’ about Baptism Statistics?: Steven Furtick Admits Knowing about Deception on Baptism Statistics?

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Did Steven Furtick just admit to knowing about deception on baptism statistics from an Elevation Church campus pastor? On 04-15-2018 while announcing baptism statistics at the University City campus, Furtick indicated that campus pastor Larry Brey is known to deceive on statistics. Furtick didn’t sound like he was joking around. You can listen below.

Mark Driscoll’s Charisma Conference 2018 Bio Brags About Driscoll’s Books Clouded by Controversy Over Plagiarism and Improper Promotion

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Mark Driscoll still promotes two books clouded by allegations of plagiarism and improper promotion with church funds. His bio on the Charisma Conference 2018 website attributes authorship of Real Marriage and Who Do You Think You Are? to Mark Driscoll.

Mark Driscoll is a Jesus-following, mission-leading, church-serving, people-loving, Bible-preaching pastor and the author of many books, including Real Marriage and Who Do You Think You Are?
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There were allegations of plagiarism in Mark Driscoll’s Real Marriage. Driscoll’s failure was so bad that his publisher had to go back and correct his failure to attribute sources in Real Marriage. Driscoll also used church funds to get Real Marriage on the  New York Times Bestseller List.

 

Driscoll’s failure to cite sources was so bad in Who Do You Think You Are? that the publisher had to go back and make significant corrections also.