In my last article I wrote “We cannot stand alone. We must unite under one Christian voice, speak up against evil, we must protect our civil liberties as ordained by God under the U.S. Constitution and our Bill of Rights.”
Late last night, I caught a video interview with host of Infowars.com Alex Jones and his two guests, Pastors C. L. Bryant and Rodney Howard-Browne, titled “Pastors Unite To fight NWO.”
Briefly, Pastor C.L. Bryant was ordained as a Baptist Minister, founder of One Nation Back to God and a noted television and radio host and former NAACP President in Garland, Texas. In 2012 he produced the release of the independent film documentary of Runaway Slave, a movie about the race to free the Black community from the slavery of tyranny and progressive policies. He has also authored two books.
C.L. Bryant is married to Jane C. Bryant for the past 36 years with four children and eight grandchildren. (source: Wikipedia)
Pastor Rodney Howard-Browne is a charismatic Christian preacher and evangelist. He is pastor of The River at Tampa Bay, a church which he and his wife founded in 1996, and heads Revival Ministries International. He was born in South Africa and has resided in Tampa, Florida, USA since the mid-1990s.
Pastor Howard-Browne is married to Adonica since 1981, immigrating to the United States in 1987, having given birth to three children, of whom one died Christmas, 2002. (source: Wikipedia & Revival.com)
I was unfamiliar with Pastor C. L. Bryant’s ministry until I saw him in the video but my interest intensified because I am familiar with Pastor Rodney Howard-Browne’s fiery passion for the Lord Jesus Christ.
Pastors Unite To Fight NWO
Neither Pastors Bryant nor Howard-Browne are unfamiliar with unpleasant controversial articles being written about them:
Former NAACP leader C.L. Bryant went head to head Tuesday with CNN’s Roland Martin over how black leaders have responded to the Feb. 26 Trayvon Martin killing.
In an interview with The Daily Caller Monday, Bryant, once the chapter president of the Garland, Texas NAACP, criticized Revs. Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton of “exploiting” the Martin tragedy in order to “racially divide this country.”
(18) Rodney Howard-Browne Is One Of The Most Controversial And Publicized Figures Of The Third Wave Movement by Moriel Ministries, 9/28/08
Rodney Howard-Browne is one of the most controversial and publicized figures of the Third Wave movement. While many of the leaders have been almost invisible in the mainstream media, Howard-Browne and his Holy Laughter anointing have been covered by CNN , Time, Newsweek, PBS, and numerous British media outlets. Howard-Browne refers to himself in many of these articles as the “Holy Ghost bartender.”
(19) Newt Gingrich Visits the “Holy Ghost Bartender” by Sarah Posner, Religion Dispatches, 1/25/12
Today Newt Gingrich made an appearance at River Church in Tampa, Florida, pastored by Rodney Howard Browne. Slate’s Dave Weigel tweeted that in introducing Gingrich, Browne prayed that America “will not allow the killing of unborn babies, and the takeover of Islam” and Browne is no inconsequential—or uncontroversial—figure in the world of charismatic Christianity. He’s been described by Christianity Today as the “often flamboyant Pentecostal preacher.” He’s associated with the “holy laughter” manifestation of charismatic gifts, which the same CT piece characterized as “rang[ing] from uncontrollable laughter to the noises of animals.”
Should I be the least concerned that these two men of God, together with ultra controversial radio host and commentator, author, filmmaker, Alex Jones, have gathered together to fight the New World Order?
No, not in the least. In fact, I’m delighted that the lukewarm church has finally connected and found a mutual loud voice to speak out against the New World Order, aka Agenda 21.
I used to have a Pastor who once made a light-hearted but serious comment: “We’re all He (Jesus Christ) has to work with!” I remember this comment every once in a while. He (Jesus Christ) will use the least of us to further His Kingdom. At least these men are saying “Here am I, send me!”
Where are you? Are you saying “Here am I, send me!”?