Great message from Darryl Dash in CHURCHLEADERS! More than ever, America is full of false teachers, we have more than are share here in New Mexico! I know! I see it! I hear it! If I ever can be of help to you in  your search for a Church, please contact me. I even get calls from parents out-of-state asking me about a Church here for their adult children. My email is below.

Thank you Mr. Dash!

I really want to be a good listener. A couple of times over the past couple of weeks, though, I’ve found myself drifting while somebody’s talking to me. And then, at the end, it’s become clear to both of us that I’ve missed some important detail in the conversation, and I’ve had to admit that I wasn’t paying complete attention — frankly, because I lost interest in the conversation. False Teachers and the People Who Follow Them

From ‘Got Questions’ False teachers have insinuated themselves into the Christian church since its inception. They are dangerously deceptive operators with smooth speech and seductive ways. New believers are particularly susceptible to their methods. Ever the passionately protective shepherd, the apostle Peter dedicates an entire chapter to exposing these religious pretenders. In 2 Peter 2:17, he compares them to “wells without water, clouds carried by a tempest, for whom is reserved the blackness of darkness forever” (NKJV).

Why are false teachers compared to wells without water

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