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These are posted to know about those that endorse freshfires revivalism

*Randy Clark was a Vineyard pastor of Christian Fellowship in south St. Louis. Clark became a part of the Vineyard in 1984 under the founder John Wimber.

Randy attended a Rodney Howard-Browne meeting (1993) in Tulsa, Okla., at Kenneth Hagin, Jr.'s Rhema Bible Church. He was reluctant to go because of his theological differences with Hagin. Clark claims that, “The Lord spoke to me immediately, and said, 'You have a denominational spirit. How badly do you want to be touched afresh?”

At the meeting Browne lays hands on Randy Clark and he receives the transferable anointing (that is not from God.)  He then goes back to his church and the same manifestations broke out in his church the weeks following. John Arnott invites Clark to come to Toronto Airport Church, he comes in Jan. 20 1994.  (hoping that something might break out there as well). What they call “Revival” breaks out at TACF and is labeled a “sovereign” move of God's Spirit. The visits begin and it is labeled the Toronto blessing disconnecting itself to its original carrier Rodney Howard Browne who incidentally was inaugurated by Benny Hinn laying hands on him and giving him the approval of spreading the uncontrolled laughter and fire of God to the people.

Clark states, “This is the most powerful revival that has hit this country since Azusa Street. It will be the greatest revival we've ever seen before it's over. It won't surprise me if it lasts 20 years.” And claims that the “greatest revival of all times” is now a reality. He tells credulous Christians that “people are being raised from the dead and temples are being hit by lightening or fireballs and knocked off their things. It's all over. Germany and Africa. It's everywhere. God's doing it.” (Randy Clark, “Catch The Fire: Questions and Answers”, Toronto Airport Church Fellowship, 10/14/94)

In 2001 Clark was asked to leave the Vineyard. He stated that he “was feeling a growing discomfort fitting in the Vineyard.” In his letter he wrote. “I was told that my Arminian leanings were alienating me from about 70% of the Vineyards. ... More particularly my open view of God was alienating me from many Vineyards.” Clark believes it is his association with open theist Greg Boyd.

Clark moved his ministry “Global Awakening Apostolic Missions Network”, to Harrisburg, Pa. because of what he called a divine directive in prophecy.


*Bill Johnson, is the Senior Pastor of  Bethel Church

Is connected to the Healing rooms, has a school of the prophets incorporated in his church teaching on the five fold ministry, passing mantles, apostolic commissioning, how not to become a false prophet, Developing and leading prophetic teams, Directing churches, businesses and nations through prophetic proclamations, Dealing with Jezebel, Judas and other evil spirits

Bethel church has conferences with the Arnotts, Che Arn, John Paul Jackson, Jill Austin, Larry , Randolph
and Kris Vallotton, Randy Clark

some of the links are--
Revival Ministries - Rodney Howard-Browne; Brownsville Revival; Toronto Airport Christian Fellowship; Extreme Prophetic- Patricia King; Fresh Fire Ministries- Todd Bentley.


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