Chris Rosebrough recently reviewed an April 2013 sermon from Phil Pringle titled Awakening 2. When you listen to this sermon, it is easy to see why Rosebrough tackled it.
The bottom line is that the sermon wasn’t about God, the gospel, salvation or about a biblical teaching. When the scripture says “Preach the word; be prepared in season and out of season”, Phil Pringle of C3 Church Oxford Falls thinks it’s better to preach his Presence conferences. This is simply a pulpit crime. No pastor should behave or act like this.
This is what Pringle says about how he teaches:
“People can become anything under the right conditions.” – Phil Pringle, You The Leader, 2005, pg 267.
“I don’t approach Sundays with an attitude of, “What message shall I preach?” but rather, “What do we want to achieve in our church at this time?” That desired end result determines what and how I preach. Then, within the particular message, I ask myself, “What am I trying to achieve here? What one thing am I attempting to say? What do I want these people to have or do at the end of this time?’
Then I follow the plan.” – Phil Pringle, You The Leader, pg. 234.
“What we preach is what we get. We are farmers sowing seed. If we are unhappy with the harvest we’re reaping, we should sow different seed. If we want different results, we preach different messages.” – Phil Pringle, You The Leader, 2005, pg 215.
At the bottom of this article you can read other material that exposes Phil Pringle using other sermons and even bible studies to achieve his own agendas.
• Amanda Wells’ Prophetic “Insight”
• Robert Hotchkin Preaches At Patricia Kings “Church”
• Steve Munsey Buttresses Benny Hinn’s “Healing” Ministry
• Sermon Review: Awakening 2 by Phil Pringle of C3
Source: Chris Rosebrough, Awakeing, Fighting for the Faith, Published 18/02/2015. (Accessed 20/02/2015.)
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