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Sunday 8 April: Easter services with met Tommy Tenney 

On 8 April Tommy Tenney will be with us for our 10:30 am and 7 pm Sunday Easter Services. A great event to invite your friends to.

About Tommy Tenney 
Tommy Tenney is the author of the multimillion-selling The God Chasers series. He recently began writing fiction and has a new involvement as Hollywood movie producer. Tommy has been able to reach millions of people through the movie: ‘One Night with the King.’ He also has a series on a fictional account of the ancient story of Queen Esther. His latest venture into fiction involves the beautiful Biblical story of Ruth with the book titled: ‘The Road Home’.

Tommy has written over 30 books. His writing has been translated into more than 40 languages and nominated for many awards including the “Gold Medallion Award” and “Retailers Book of the Year.”

Tommy spent 10 years pastoring and has spent over 30 years in itinerant ministry, traveling to more than 50 nations. He typically speaks in over 150 venues each year sharing his heart with many thousands. GodChasers television ministry is seen in over 120 nations on many different networks. His ministry website www.godchasers.net is viewed on average by more than one million people per month.

It is troubling that C3 Amsterdam is heavily promoting Tommy Tenney for their easter service and his resources. It is important we understand just who Tommy Tenney actually is. Charisma magazine writes,

“He was raised in the United Pentecostal Church (UPC), a denomination that often has been criticized for its strict standards of dress and conduct and for its requirements that converts be baptized in Jesus’ name rather than in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. He left the group, he says, when he realized that he “couldn’t enforce some of the views” of the UPC — including rules that to this day forbid pastors in the group from owning televisions. Because Tenney honors his spritual heritage, and because his parents are prominent leaders in the UPC in Louisiana, some people become suspicious of his theology when they learn about his background.” Charisma, March, 2000, p.55.

Much has been written on Tommy Tenney’s cult connections to the Oneness Pentecostal or United Pentecostal Church (UPC) movements who deny the trinity.

We wish to point you to a stack of resources from Christian writers, ministers and teachers. The below link reveals that Tommy Tenney has his connections to the UPC cult; teaches anti-trinitarian doctrines that oppose the Christian faith; devalues the Word of God; carries an offensive tone against faithful ministers who preach the bible; twists scripture; is quick to call unity between different Christians while hiding his spots plus many other issues. This link also exposes the error in Tenney’s material which C3 Amsterdam is promoting.


Why is C3 Amsterdam allowing a heretic to speak at their easter service? Does Steve Warren know that the early church excommunicated false teachers who believe the heretical doctrines that the UPC promote?

Why is C3 inviting a man to speak who does not hold to the Christian faith?