The Hillsong Agenda and how FauxMo fits into it.

Tanya Levin’s piece on FauxMo and his religion contains a huge, glaring error, and an astounding omission.

The error –
“Houston created and presided over the Australian Christian Churches (ACC), an umbrella organisation of more than 1100 Pentecostal churches, which includes Morrison’s Horizon Church.”

No, he did not. Tanya is a former Hillsong member, so perhaps she believes whatever rubbish she was told while she was there.

Here’s what happened –

Houston’s father, Frank (more about him later) moved to Australia from New Zealand in 1977 and played a large part in building the Assemblies of God churches in Australia, He established the Sydney Christian Life Centre, later to become Hillsong soon after his arrival in Sydney.

Brian Houston did not come onto the scene until the late 1990s, when he set up the Hills Christian Life Centre. That church was merged with Frank’s Sydney Christian Life Centre to become Hillsong in 1999.

Brain Houston was already a leader in the Assemblies of God churches.
<blockquote>In May 1997 Pastor Brian Houston was elected the new National President of the Assemblies of God in Australia, and under his leadership, the movement continued to grow and expand its influence into the 21st century. It was renamed the Australian Christian Churches in April 2000</blockquote>

The ACC don’t mention Frank Houston’s name these days. If you read their propaganda you will find nothing about him, which is strange, considering he spent over 20 years as a senior leader in that organisation.

Here’s the omission, it’s why they no longer want to talk about Frank Houston. Frank was a pederast. If you are going to write an article in which Brian Hosuton and his church are mentioned then you really have to also mention Houston Senior.

During his time as leading pastor in New Zealand and once he was set up in Australia Frank Houston sexually abused at least nine children. He liked his victims to be young – one was only seven years old when Frank started abusing him – and he liked them male. There are also claims he abused a trainee pastor.

His son knew all about this but broke the law by turning a blind eye.

Here’s an article from 2015, which contains an audio clip of a radio broadcast where Grant Goldman from 2SM radio publicly challenged FauxMo’s willing and slavish relationship with Brian Houston. It’s part of an ongoing campaign against both Houston/Hillsong and the C3 churches started by Phil Pringle. (That’s a story for another day.)
Breaking News: Goldman calls out Scott Morrison & his association to cults covering up paedophilia

FauxMo never responded to that challenge.

Now he likes to be photographed beside Houston, and by doing that he shows us his endorsement of Houston’s support for a pederast.

FauxMo is doing himself no favours by continually shoving his beliefs and his cult in our faces.

Here’s another article from Tanya Levin, written for her blog only last month. It is terrifying.

Scott Morrison, the New Australian Idol.



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