Some people might wonder why there is even a need for a blog like this. Some may say that a blog like this causes division in the church.
I have not created this blog to cause division, but rather to show Christians out there that are attanding NCMI relating churches that there are options.
There is a large community out there that are commited to showing the errors in the Pentecostal and Charistmatic movement, but unfortunitly NCMI has missed the critisms that have been placed forward.
There is however a need for balance, and I don’t believe that a church group like NCMI, having the track record that they have should be spared being held accountable to the Universal Church.
Take a look at these comments that appeared on one page a a Charistmatic blog called Spirit of God and you will see people hurt, and broken by NCMI
NCMI is a controlling, fringe pentecostal cult. Run for your life!
NCMI leadership and members and those who think to join them:I joined the NCMI New Generation Church in Somerset West round about 2001. I was returning to a walk with God. I initially found a “fun” community with people full of character and a heart to follow and worship God. I still had some sinful issues and confided psychologist who was also an elder in the church. He went to the pastor Tapping to tell him about my sinful ways. After the service I was called by pastor Tapping to be told that I must change my sinful ways or leave the church as he, pastor Tapping will not allow, a spirit of lust to take hold of his church. So if you a sinner or are a Christian struggling with sin do you will not find a church that will walk with you till you find victory. Move on and find Christians who will with encouragement and prayer walk with you till you are victorious. NCMI is full of deceitful and people that show a character of unethical behavior and all in the name of God.
NCMI is nothing less than control, manipulation and “authority” to the apostles and prophets (they received the “annointing”).
Speaking in (so-called) tongues…healing (sometimes you don’t get healed, but hey what’s the problem…).
Do not get involved with these apostle- and prophet-guys. Once they’ve got influence….first they get involved with the leaders of the church….you can say goodbye to your brothers and sisters. At least…if you have other theological thoughts about their Ephesians 4-doctrine.
I agree with the previous comments. My experience with NCMI was horrible, even to the extent of causing long lasting emotional trauma.
I attended NCF church in Pietermaritzburg, SA, and witnessed emotional and sexual abuse. There was also a high level of financial abuse. The elders where un-educated, not having the slightest clue about theology.
I am glad I left, and was still able to heal my relationship with God, outside of a Charismatic environment.
I think it is clear. NCMI is causing proplems and like any other church, needs to be examined.