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Prophecies Confirm Historic Vision to Take Place in November

Editor's note: This is part 2 in a 2-part series. Click here to read part 1. "Knowing that Billy Graham's real...
David Wilkerson Blasts Faith Preachers in Sermon

David Wilkerson Blasts Faith Preachers in Sermon

This article was originally published in the October 1999 issue of Charisma.

In a sermon preached six months ago and circulated widely on cassette tapes, New York pastor David Wilkerson blasts prosperity doctrines, “holy laughter” and the flamboyance of evangelist Benny Hinn.

In Wilkerson’s April 11 sermon, titled “Reproach of the Solemn Assembly,” Wilkerson warned his 7,000-member Times Square Church to burn books written by any propagators of these doctrines. He also told his parishioners to stay away from evangelist Rodney Howard-Browne’s Good News New York (GNNY) crusade that ran from July 7 to Aug. 14. The GNNY campaign reported more than 48,000 decisions for Christ, the majority of them first-time salvations.

Sharing Jesus in the Land of Lenin

Kevin and Leslie McNulty are reaching thousands in the former Soviet republics and in Russia –where Vladimir Lenin’s communism once repressed Christianity.
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Called to the Top of the World

Kayy Gordon has braved subzero weather and harsh living conditions for 40 years to bring the gospel to the inuit people of Canada’s northern artic region.

Young Kayy Gordon of Vancouver, British Columbia, couldn’t escape the burden that God had placed on her heart. While praying one Saturday night in 1953, the19-year-old received a vision of herself ministering to the Inuit people of the frozen Arctic–a land of snow and ice, subzero temperatures, polar bears and caribou, reindeer herders and the aurora borealis. This was a land where few missionaries had dared to tread.

The Inuit, known to Westerners as Eskimos, have inhabited the Canadian Arctic for 5,000 years. They are relatives of Arctic inhabitants in Russia and other lands above the Arctic Circle. Their spirituality was founded on spiritism and occultic shamanism, except for some inroads made by ritualistic Anglican missionaries and others in Canada’s north.

Revival On Ice

Missionary Kayy Gordon has braved subzero weather and harsh conditions for 40 years to bring the gospel to the Inuit people of Canada’s northern Artic region. Charisma takes you above the tree line to witness this unusual revival.

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