Right Wing Watch 👀 Mike Bickle, a major figure within the dominionist Pentecostal wing of American Christianity, has been accused by multiple women and former colleagues of sexual and spiritual abuse stretching over several decades

Peter Montgomery 

In reporting the allegations, Religion News Service called Bickle “one of the most influential charismatic Christians in the United States and a leading figure in the so-called New Apostolic Reformation.”

Bickle is founder and leader of the International House of Prayer in Kansas City, Missouri, which is at the center of a global movement of 24-hour prayer and worship centers. 

Thousands of young people raise money to support their involvement in IHOP, which is intertwined with End Times prophecy and support for right-wing politicians and policies.

Bickle has had a major influence on other dominionist leaders, including Charisma publisher Steve Strang. In 2019, Bickle appeared on Strang’s podcast and declared that attacks on former President Donald Trump and the right-wing by the “militant left” is “a demonic attack coming against the Word of God.”

In October, former IHOPKC leaders who brought the accusations to the attention of current ministry officials said they had tried to address the allegations with Bickle personally, and that he had not only rebuffed them . . . 

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Dominionist Leader Mike Bickle Faces Multiple Sexual Abuse Allegations

Right Wing Watch 👀 Mike Bickle, a major figure within the dominionist Pentecostal wing of American Christianity, has been accused by multiple women and former colleagues of sexual and spiritual abuse stretching over several decades

Peter Montgomery 

In reporting the allegations, Religion News Service called Bickle “one of the most influential charismatic Christians in the United States and a leading figure in the so-called New Apostolic Reformation.”

Bickle is founder and leader of the International House of Prayer in Kansas City, Missouri, which is at the center of a global movement of 24-hour prayer and worship centers. 

Thousands of young people raise money to support their involvement in IHOP, which is intertwined with End Times prophecy and support for right-wing politicians and policies.

Bickle has had a major influence on other dominionist leaders, including Charisma publisher Steve Strang. In 2019, Bickle appeared on Strang’s podcast and declared that attacks on former President Donald Trump and the right-wing by the “militant left” is “a demonic attack coming against the Word of God.”

In October, former IHOPKC leaders who brought the accusations to the attention of current ministry officials said they had tried to address the allegations with Bickle personally, and that he had not only rebuffed them . . . 

Continue reading @ Right Wing Watch.

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