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AG Missionaries: Muslims Encountering Jesus in Dreams at 'Alarming Rate'

Two Assemblies of God missionaries are sharing multiple first-hand testimonies of Muslims coming to the Christian faith after encountering Jesus Christ in their dreams.

James Bradford, the lead pastor at Central Assembly in Springfield, Missouri, and missionary Dick Brogden told Assemblies of God News that God is answering the prayers of Christians who are praying for Muslims.

They admit any Islamic country is a dangerous place for a Christian and there are few opportunities for open evangelism. But they report Muslims are meeting Jesus in their dreams and converting to Christianity at an alarming rate.

Prank or Satanic? Scantily-Clad 'Witches' Caught on Camera Eating Animal Carcass

When Pastor Greg Locke of Global Vision Bible Church in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee, said that the world is facing an unprecedented threat from witchcraft and the occult, too many covered their ears because they did not want to hear what he had to say.

Now, witchcraft, the occult and paganism are exploding across the globe, and especially in the United States and Canada.

There is a spiritual war going on that is manifesting itself in physical ways that are too numerous to count.

Brian Houston Dismisses Damaging Docuseries as 'Mockumentary'

Hillsong founder Brian Houston has spoken out in what one media outlet in Australia labeled as a "bizarre 15-minute rant" defending his former church following the recent release of a damning docuseries titled "The Secrets of Hillsong."

The docuseries details the multiple scandals that have surfaced since 2022 surrounding the church, including Houston's resignation and the investigation of his "inappropriate" behavior with female staff. Houston is awaiting trial for concealing his late father's history of child sex abuse.

Houston's social media video has curiously been deleted, but Australia media outlet Sunrise, a program on 7NEWS Australia, was able to capture part of that video and some of Houston's comments. He referred to "The Secrets of Hillsong" as a "mockumentary," according to the video, defended himself, his family and the popular church in Australia and said if he has his time at Hillsong again, he would "change very little."

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