Category Archives: Grace

June 03

The Five Fold Ministry, by John Crowder

And Why You’re Probably Not an Apostle … This week’s session is classic Crowder as he takes the gloves off and fillets the self-importance of charismatic control freaks who love to adopt grandiose titles such as “apostle” and “prophet.” Is the five-fold ministry for today? Absolutely! But when it devolves into a governmental structure of […]

February 11

Trump: Messiah or Anti-Christ?

Crowder is back with the Dirt Squirrel & playing the dancing hand of the oracle. We woke up and the world was full of zealots devouring each other.  This week, John Crowder risks stepping into fifteen cans of worms simultaneously – covering refugees, Muslim bans, immigration, Donald Trump, Alex Jones and progressive Christians … while […]

January 11

Word for 2017, by John Crowder

Return to Proclamation … In this “Word of the Year,” John Crowder offers not mere “future-telling,” of predicted upcoming events.  Rather, he shares a message that is timely for the church, which he feels the Lord is impressing at this hour. There is a pressured assault more than ever to conform the church to a […]

December 31

Communion, Josh Tongol

An awesome post by Josh Tongol out-lining what’s really going on with communion and ‘searching your heart [for sin].’ This clears up the matter completely – and allows you to move forward with confidence in your Father and the finished work of the Cross. I bet it’s not what you think….or have been taught (wrongly.) […]

October 22

Sheep in Wolves clothing, by John Crowder

I’ve only got one word to describe this post: “priceless.” As usual , John delivers great insights into the need for people to be themselves when they deliver the word and message of the Lord, and not to be what other people expect them to be. This vlog is for all the mis-understood and wild […]

July 20

The Humour of Christ, by John Crowder

Recovering Comedy in Christianity The sense of humor is usually the first thing to go when you become a Christian. But humor is found throughout the words of Christ, the apostle Paul and other Biblical figures. Humor has a way of stripping away false humility and the self-importance of the religious order, which is why […]

July 18

The end of the world is nigh! by John Crowder

It seems that just about everybody in Christendom has an idea of how the world is going to end and how Jesus is gonna return to open up a can of rambo on the less deserving. But is it possible that we’ve missed the whole point about a Judge who’s made it clear that He’s […]

July 18

Spiritual Napping, by John Crowder

In this video, John dissects spiritual warfare – specifically the idea of certain geographical areas being “portals” or “gateways” for God’s presence or the demonic. What is commonly called “spiritual mapping” in the charismatic world involves targeted prayer over regions and complex intercessory, abracadabra “cleansing” rituals. Today, we invite you to retire from all your […]

July 17

Jesus Farted, by John Crowder

Exploring the Humanity of God At the crux of everything is the incarnation. That God would fully step into our complete and total humanity is still the stumbling stone of the ages yet the centerpiece of everything.  In this video, John Crowder points out the obvious (i.e. the God of Glory thunders – Ps. 29:3) […]

July 16

Who is your covering? John Crowder

In an extended episode of the Jesus Trip, John Crowder discusses the hot topic of spiritual authority. Explaining the difference between institutional and charismatic authority, he shows how ideally both come in the same package. Avoiding the two pitfalls of control and rebellion, John explains the role of fathering versus self-appointed ministry builders. Is there […]

July 16

How to burn a heretic, John Crowder

A History of Heresiology – Wrong notions of God’s anger can manifest violently in our lives and how we treat others. This is especially true when dealing with “heretics.” This week, John Crowder shows how the church historically got into the heretic-burning business and provokes us to reconsider how we should approach doctrinal differences. Hilarious…. […]

July 16

Hyper Grace, by John Crowder

Rightly Defining the Grace of God: Following the 2013 book called “Hypergrace” written by Dr. Michael Brown against John Crowder and other proponents of New Covenant grace theology such as Joseph Prince, John is finally offering clarity on the subject. In a frank and honest rebuttal, John addresses three main misconceptions from his accusers: the […]