Update: Dec 2016
I used to attend Victory Christian Fellowship until I became informed on the lies of false pastors preaching prosperity Gospel which VCF practice at the start of service sharing verses about promise of prosperity in giving and passing out charity boxes.
I was also skeptical that Victory Christian Fellowship charges P750 for their so called Victory weekend just to get “baptized”. They justify that it is for the thin booklets, use of venue, and packed lunch. Before even going through the weekend, you have to complete their thin One 2 One book which cost P100.
I feel that their missionary program is also a profit making machine for Every Nation. They ‘encourage’ the volunteers to go out in faith to solicit money before they can join the mission. For example, a Vietnam mission trip had a price tag of around 49,000 PHP for each volunteer which they have to solicit the entire amount.
I am not against them preaching about Christ and salvation. I am glad to hear that there are people who are truly transformed by Christ. I feel that there’s a deeper agenda in the organization.
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A Warning to Christians living in Philippines
A few days ago I was contact personally by a brother in Christ from the Philippines. He shared with me some false teachings that are propagated as Christian messages by Chinkee Tan of Victory Christian Fellowship which is a part of Every Nation Ministries.
Chinkee Tan is a prosperity, name it claim it false teacher but he claims that he isn’t one, while teaching clearly another gospel.
You can check out his video and clearly see for yourself – http://youtu.be/jy5eX8ytvdY
Link to his FB page – www.facebook.com/ALWAYSCHINKPOSITIVE
If you are following his teaching, please understand this is not what the Bible teaches.
The “name it and claim it” or “prosperity gospel” is NOT BIBLICAL and is in many ways antithetical to the true gospel message and the clear teaching of Scripture. While there are many different versions of the name it and claim it philosophy preached today, they all have similar characteristics. At its best, this teaching comes from the misinterpretation and misunderstanding of some Scriptures, and, at its worst, it is a completely heretical teaching that has the characteristics of CULTIC DOCTRINE.
The roots of the Word of Faith movement and the name it and claim it message have more in common with new age metaphysics than with biblical Christianity. However, instead of us creating our reality with our thoughts, as new age proponents advise, name it and claim it teachers tell us that we can use the “power of faith” to create our own reality or get what we want. In essence, faith is redefined from “a trust in a holy and sovereign God despite our circumstances” to “a way of controlling God to give us what we want.” Faith becomes a force whereby we can get what we want rather than an abiding trust in God even during times of trials and suffering.
There are many areas where name it and claim it departs from biblical Christianity. The teaching really exalts man and his “faith” above God. In fact, many of the more extreme Word of Faith teachers teach that man was created on terms of equality with God and that man is the same class of being that He is Himself. This dangerous and heretical teaching denies the very basic tenets of biblical Christianity, which is why the extreme proponents of the name it and claim it teaching must be considered to be cultic and not truly Christian.
Both the metaphysical cults and the name it and claim it teaching distort the truth and embrace the false teaching that our thoughts control reality. Whether it is the power of positive thinking or the prosperity gospel, the premise is the same—what you think or believe will happen is ultimately what controls what will happen. If you think negative thoughts or are lacking in faith, you will suffer or not get what you want. But on the other hand if you think positive thoughts or just have “enough faith,” then you can have health, wealth, and happiness now. This false teaching appeals to one of man’s most basic instincts, which is one reason why it is hugely popular.
While the prosperity gospel and the idea of controlling one’s future with his thoughts or faith is appealing to sinful man, it is insulting to a sovereign God who has revealed Himself in Scripture. Instead of recognizing the absolute sovereign power of God as revealed in the Bible, the name it and claim it adherents embrace a false god who cannot operate apart from their faith. They present a false view of God by teaching that He wants to bless you with health, wealth, and happiness but cannot do so unless YOU have enough faith. Thereby God is no longer in control but man is. Of course, this is completely antithetical to what Scripture teaches. God does not depend upon man’s “faith” to act. Throughout Scripture we see GOD BLESSING WHOM HE CHOOSES TO BLESS AND HEALING WHOM HE CHOOSES TO HEAL.
Another problem with the name it and claim it teaching is that it fails to recognize that Jesus Himself is the ultimate treasure worth sacrificing everything for (Matthew 13:44) and instead sees Jesus as little more than a way of getting what we want right now. Jesus’ message is that a Christian is called to “DENY HIMSELF AND TAKE UP HIS CROSS AND FOLLOW ME. FOR WHOEVER WOULD SAVE HIS LIFE WILL LOSE IT, BUT WHOEVER LOSES HIS LIFE FOR MY SAKE WILL FIND IT. FOR WHAT WILL IT PROFIT A MAN IF HE GAINS THE WHOLE WORLD AND FORFEITS HIS SOUL? OR WHAT SHALL A MAN GIVE IN RETURN FOR HIS SOUL?” (Matthew 16:24–26). Contrast that to the message of the prosperity gospel. Rather than being a message of self-denial, the prosperity gospel is one of self-satisfaction. Its goal is not becoming more Christ like through sacrifice but having what we want here and now, clearly contradicting the words of our Saviour.
The Bible teaches that “all who desire to live a godly life in Christ Jesus WILL BE PERSECUTED” (2 Timothy 3:12), but the name and claim it message is that any suffering we undergo is simply the result of a lack of faith. The prosperity gospel is completely focused on us getting the things the world has to offer, but 1 John 2:15 tells us we should not “love the world or the things in the world” and, in fact, those with a fondness for the things of the world become enemies of God (James 4:4). The message of the prosperity gospel simply cannot be any more opposite of what the Bible really teaches.
Paul warned Timothy about such men in 1 Timothy 6:5, 9-11. These men of “corrupt mind” supposed godliness was a means of gain and their desire for riches was a trap that brought them “into ruin and destruction” (v. 9). The pursuit of wealth is a dangerous path for Christians and one which God warns about: “For the love of money is a root of all kinds of evil. Some people, eager for money, have wandered from the faith and pierced themselves with many griefs” (v. 10). If riches were a reasonable goal for the godly, Jesus would have pursued it. But He did not, preferring instead to have no place to lay His head (Matthew 8:20) and teaching His disciples to do the same. It should also be remembered that the only disciple concerned with wealth was Judas. Paul said covetousness is idolatry (Ephesians 5:5) and instructed the Ephesians to avoid anyone who brought a message of immorality or covetousness (Ephesians 5:6-7).
James 4:13-16 clearly contradicts this teaching: “Now listen, you who say, ‘TODAY OR TOMORROW WE WILL GO TO THIS OR THAT CITY, SPEND A YEAR THERE, CARRY ON BUSINESS AND MAKE MONEY.’ WHY, YOU DO NOT EVEN KNOW WHAT WILL HAPPEN TOMORROW. WHAT IS YOUR LIFE? YOU ARE A MIST THAT APPEARS FOR A LITTLE WHILE AND THEN VANISHES.” Far from speaking things into existence in the future, we do not even know what tomorrow will bring or even whether we will be alive.
Instead of stressing the importance of wealth, the Bible warns against pursuing it. Believers, especially leaders in the church (1 Timothy 3:3), are to be free from the love of money (Hebrews 13:5). The love of money leads to all kinds of evil (1 Timothy 6:10). Jesus warned, “WATCH OUT! BE ON YOUR GUARD AGAINST ALL KINDS OF GREED; A MAN’S LIFE DOES NOT CONSIST IN THE ABUNDANCE OF HIS POSSESSIONS” (Luke 12:15). In sharp contrast to the Word of Faith emphasis on gaining money and possessions in this life, Jesus said, “Do not store up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moth and rust destroy, and where thieves break in and steal” (Matthew 6:19). The irreconcilable contradictions between prosperity teaching and the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ is best summed up in the words of Jesus in Matthew 6:24, “YOU CANNOT SERVE BOTH GOD AND MONEY.”
He, who has ears to hear, let him hear.
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Victory Chrisian fellowship-CULT
Posted: Sep 21, 2014 by Hen Lee Meyer
False Religion and Using Christianity to make money to Rich people
Complaint Rating: 25 % with 4 votes
Every nations Ministry is the name globally
Montgomery, United States
BEWARE PUBLIC ESPECIALLY IN THE PHILIPPINES: Back in 2000 I joined this church in manila named Victory Christian fellowship or VCF and their names in abroad is Every Nation Ministry.
I just feel so bad about this church for fooling the public by saying that when you don’t give 10% of your income, you will come under God’s curse as recorded in Malachi 3:10 but the worst things here is they never recognized the redemption of Jesus Christ because for them as long as they can make money to their members then that is thier very goal as a matter of fact many entertainers are giving huge amount of money and these so called pastors stays in condominium and drives luxurious cars.
One bad things that make me feel so bad here is that the leaders as gossiping their members but they used to encouraged that people must not gossip. Thy treat the members as slave but once the member becaomes good in their doctrines then they will make this member a pastor to become one of them.
Pastors here are very arrogant, filthy rich because they robbed their members in modest way. As a researcher, I discovered so many things about the evils of this churches operating globally especially in the Philippines where the main headquarters is located but take note that it is founded by an american like myself. The founder is Steve Murrell.
This story was narrated to me by a former church leader. I had to translate it to English. It’s a story of how VCF – Lipa started and how Positions were STOLEN from the Original Church planters. A true story of Manipulation, lies, slander, covetousness by the current pastors of VCF.
Its very similar to the story of how Rice Brookes stole the church in Tennessee. Bethel. How Rice Brookes manipulate himself into Bethel, start replacing a lot of key leadership and some manipulating them to become his yes men.
It is also a similar story of Phil Bonasso, how he snaked Tom. Funny how Lipa Batangas – pastors learned and discipled real well by Phil Bonasso and Rice Brookes
Robert started a small group in Batangas City, he met Ever, Illo, and Anthony. The group was becoming a church because of more and more people coming in Batangas, then some rich people from other churches decided to help and joined Batangas. Since the youth ministry in Lipa City failed and not growing because of Louie’s leadership(Louie is the youth pastor of Lipa before), Louie saw the opportunity in Batangas, so he let go of his youth ministry and start ministering in Batangas. Louie ask Raymond de Guzman (Senior Pastor of VCF Lipa) that he wanted to plant a church in Batangas, of course Raymond agrees. Then slowly louie start to invade the lives of the christians in Batangas, he hired Illo and Ever as his full time staff, disciples were stolen from church leaders by Louie, then rich businessmen thought the elders were like the same as their old church. Since they assumed that position. ALL of a sudden, the church start to run differently from before. Now people starts asking questions about Louie, Even his own staff start to question his leadership inside the church.( sound like the Holy Spirit is making them think on their own). Complaints against Louie started to arised inside the church.
After manipulating and conquering the people sa Batangas. He now ask Robert if he can be the pastor of VCF Batangas. Robert said, go and ask the senior pastor, Raymond.
What Robert did not know is that Louie and Raymond have already talked, that Louie will become the pastor of VCF Batangas.
It was a setup. Everybody was shocked when Manny Carlos ordained Louie as the pastor of Batangas, since they are expecting Robert to lead batangas. There were church leaders who were wondering why they used Manny Carlos to ordained Louie since Manny Carlos is a Bishop of Manila not the Provincial Bishop . The Provincial Bishop is Juray Mora. Juray Mora is the one who was supposed to ordain .Some church leaders concluded that there is something fishy going on, Manny carlos is somewhat related kay Raymond de Guzman, church leaders suspect that Raymond talk to Many Carlos to ordained Louie. After that Robert let go of Batangas and focus his ministry in Lipa.
After that more and more complaint start arising against Louie, (louie is known for his manipulating and controlling behavior), complaints against his full time staff, the elders, Then louie starts blaming church leaders a common practice among church pastors in VCF-EN . The Blame game started. Because of Louie leadership, the rich businessmen start leaving the church.Some church leaders went back to Lipa. Staff resigning left and right. Most of the crowd in Batangas now mostly young people are now being exploited by Louie.
Robert return and focus to VCF Lipa, Raymond is threatened of Robert’s leadership. Most of the volunteer followed Robert, most of the people are moving sa afternoon service, Thats when Robert preached. Suddenly Raymond starts to reshuffle the preaching schedule and volunteers, People were being surprised that Raymond would preached in the afternoon. People attend the afternoon service to hear Robert preached not Raymond. Raymond said “We don’t announce who is the preacher anymore, We just pray who is going to preach that day “. But the truth is he want to stop people from transferring to Roberts service.
Even after the abuses, manipulation, being taken advantage of, Robert still remain Loyal to VCF. Raymond asked Robert to give up his MPD so Lipa will put him in full time staff, fully paid by the church. So Robert followed Raymond advised despite of the whats happening. Like a Sheep led to a slaughter.
Because of Raymond’s Jealousy. Raymond tried to find ways to bring Robert down. And one of them is he saw Robert borrowing money from one of the members (Though I was told, this was paid). And according to Raymond, it is against church policy. ( Though it is not sin to borrow – coveting another’s anointing and position is sin – Thou shalt NOT COVET)
Robert was put on disciplinary action for “borrowing money”. Even though VCF pastors and top leadership often borrows money from people inside the church. Robert is NOT allowed to do this. Robert thought this disciplinary action is ONLY termporary but is is not. ALL of a sudden . VCF Fort ( Steve Murrell’s church ) called Robert for a meeting and was forced to resign. And also FORCED him to sign a resignation letter and other documents that he “borrowed” money. That is why he is no longer a pastor.
Robert try to talk to Raymond what is happening, Robert said to Raymond, “you ask me to give up my business to enter full time ministry, you ask me to live in a expensive house which we can’t afford, then you just going to get rid of me just like that ? then Raymond replied “Robert I don’t want to work with you anymore” Then Raymond stop communicating to Robert.
Robert and Raymond are neighbors and he is Raymond disciple, Raymond REFUSED to speak to Robert. ( whatever happened to the preaching of Love covers multitudes of sin? Borrowing money is NOT even sin ) . People in Lipa starts asking where is robert, then Raymond announce the congregation that Robert is no longer the pastor of Lipa. Raymond is giving half truth. Raymond telling people that he is under MPD but the truth is he is still the president of his father’s their company and he did not give up his career unlike what he teaching to his disciples who is entering into full time ministry to give up their business or career.
Robert realized he has nothing to feed his family.
Then Robert and his family left VCF, according to former church leaders most of roberts disciple remain loyal to Raymond hoping to become pastors. Now they were kicked out and Raymond has started to replaced them.
The cycle goes on.
Its funny how “borrowing” money has become sin to VCF top leadership in Steve Murrell’s church. But Coveting, stealing, adultery, fraud, greed, Slander, envy, materialistic is NOT.
Truly God’s Word have been replaced in this ministry.
VCF ministry has now gone from bad to worst. From bad to evil and wicked.
One of the teachings in VCF, especially by Steve Murrell. It is LOVE covers multitudes of sin. Steve Murrell gives these VCF top leaders, a license to SIN. A license to cover up sin and illegal activities inside the church. And every VCF pastors knows this.
When the Apostle Peter wrote that scripture, no where in their mind that it meant a License to Sin and doing illegal activities. It meant patience. Patience is one of the fruits of the Holy Spirit. Being patience of each other’s flaws for God still is working inside them. Example. I am patient for another christian who is addicted to alcohol. The Holy Spirit is still working inside of them. I am patient for baby christians. Who still have bad habits that the Holy Spirit is still working on them.
As Apostle Paul talks about us, summing up to be like Him. OR our goal in God is Christlikeness. We are His inheritance. The Holy Spirit that is deposited inside of us is working toward christlikeness. (Only if we are willing to be conformed to Christlikeness and this is HIS Will)
In him we were also chosen, [e] having been predestined according to the plan of him who works out everything in conformity with the purpose of his will, 12 in order that we, who were the first to put our hope in Christ, might be for the praise of his glory. 13 And you also were included in Christ when you heard the message of truth, the gospel of your salvation. When you believed, you were marked in him with a seal, the promised Holy Spirit, 14 who is a deposit guaranteeing our inheritance until the redemption of those who are God’s possession—to the praise of his glory.
Love covers multitudes of sin. IT IS NEVER a license to sin nor a License to Cover up of sin. Because if it is a License to cover up sin then there is NO NEED FOR REPENTANCE. The person who is sinning does not need to repent, he / she will keep on sinning and teaching others to do the same. And when get caught, it is a license to cover it up, nor speak against it. This is totally against the teaching of Christ.
Which Jesus clearly said, if your hand sinned against you CUT IT OFF ! If your eyes sinned against you pluck it out !. Jesus is very clear, extremely clear of His stand against willful sin. Jesus never taught cover it up.
In fact, Paul said this. 1 corinthian 5
9 I wrote to you in my letter not to associate with sexually immoral people— 10 not at all meaning the people of this world who are immoral, or the greedy and swindlers, or idolaters. In that case you would have to leave this world. 11 But now I am writing to you that you must not associate with anyone who claims to be a brother or sister[c] but is sexually immoral or greedy, an idolater or slanderer, a drunkard or swindler. Do not even eat with such people.
12 What business is it of mine to judge those outside the church? Are you not to judge those inside? 13 God will judge those outside. “Expel the wicked person from among you.”[d]
As christians and a member of the church, if I see a pastor, who is a WILLING Participant of sin. That pastor CAN BE JUDGE inside the church. God and His Word gave us the right to judge that person inside the church.
Borrowing money is NOT sin. Unrighteous judgement is. unrighteous judgement comes with slander.
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Join Date: Sep 2014
03-29-2011, 04:11 PM
Do be aware that in this cultic enviroment, almost every pastors in Every Nation Ministry are very threatened when this is discuss openly. They would start spreading slander and accuse you of gossip. This was Phil Bonasso’s tactic, even Rice Brookes. It worked pretty well for over the years, people pretend not to see anything nor hear anything, even though their conscience is nagging them that something is very wrong.
EN – VCF pastors still does this practice all the time for “CONTROL” and “Manipulation”. Though gossip is NOT in the ten commandments, but thou shalt not covet is. You simply do not covet other people’s position and anointing inside the church.
Another one is
You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor.
VCF pastors constantly bear false witness against people inside the church. Phil Bonasso, Steve Murrell, Rice Brookes have done it. They have done it against me, former pastors and former members.
To know if these people are telling the truth. It is to go the very person whom they are speaking against and ask them point blank if it is true what these leaders were saying against them.
Example, the top VCF leader spreading lies that my husband went up to them and told them that he is divorcing me. Well that is absolutely not true. We just celebrated our 20th wedding anniversary . And what is so amazing is, we Don’t fight nor argue. Our marriage is far better than any of those top leaders who constantly bicker and fight.
Another example, these top leaders spread lies about Tom Siratnak who was a former pastor. According to the VCF top pastor, Tom went up to them in tears, begging for forgiveness for exposing them. Well that is not true because I am discipling his wife for more than ten years now and we are best friends. So I know whats going on and I told Tom what VCF pastors are saying. He was furious at the lies that is being spread by these top leaders.
My suggestion, DO NOT BELIEVE. As Christians we live in transparency. That is why Jesus called us the Light of the world. When you are light, you can’t hide, you have to be transparent and honest.
The VCF leaders does not like to be confronted. If they threaten you of gossip when asked about certain things, then its time to LEAVE the church.
If they give you an answer, then go investigate if its true or not.
American EN members learned our lessons NOT TO TRUST the top pastors any longer. That was hammered to us for years and years. To Just trust them. Not anymore. After all the lies and illegal activites by these pastors.
I went to an Every Nation church for almost three years. it was possibly the most spiritually abusive environment you could possibly imagine.
At first, they love bomb you to make you feel like they are so friendly and warm. Then they tell you about foundations class, and that you should attend. Soon you’re invited to the prayer meeting, and then to different events throughout the week, until your whole life revolves around the church. After a few months of going to this church, I had NO MORE outside friends. Then they have a conference every year that costs a fortune to go to. They make you feel that you are really missing out if you don’t go. I never went, because mysteriously (at the time) every way I would try to get to the conference the Lord would block. In hindsight, I realize He was just trying to protect me.
If you agree to serve on a ministry team, and you decide that this is not where God is calling you to be, nor does it line up with your giftings, you have to have your ministry leader release you from your duties – and if he/she doesn’t think you should be released – THEY WON”T RELEASE YOU and you are FORCED to stay on that team. I had to lie in order to be released from the team I was on!
They preached messages from the pulpit that made it easier for leadership to abuse people. The leaders would get drunk at leadership parties. Most of the leadership was incredibly arrogant and downright rude. Non-leaders are treated as “dumb sheep” and their personal slaves. If you do take ENLI (which I did – the first year anyway), they will pretty much enslave you to do whatever they want, regardless of how many outside commitments you have. For example, I was part of the kid’s church team and said that along with someone else, I would like to help out with summer sundays. They told me that they could not find anyone to help, so I should just do it all on my own. A few weeks later, my phone was cut off (it was on a family plan, and my mother failed to tell me the rates had doubled 6 months previous), had very limited access to email, so i asked that I be relieved of my duties, as it would be next to impossible for me to contact volunteers to schedule them for each sunday. The administrator came over to my house one night and spent three hours telling me that since I had already agreed to do it, that GOD expected me to follow through on my commitment, and to do anything else would be pure rebellion. I ended up doing and volunteering BY MYSELF with virtually no help every sunday during the summer (even though I had been already volunteering every sunday during the school year). Keep in mind i worked full time, had a business on the side, etc, etc,. I wanted to leave and had a growing, gnawing sense that something was seriously wrong with this church but knew that I had to wait a few more months until God would release me from the church (I was leading a small group of 12 year old girls who were soon to graduate into youth). As soon as they graduated, I left kid’s church. I attended the main service for a few weeks, realized the garbage being preached from the pulpit, and was so grieved by what I saw that I knew I could no longer attend. If you try and say no to something they want you to do, they won’t listen and will expect you to do it anyway. You will then be rebuked by leadership when you don’t carry out what they wanted you to. I could tell you a million more stories of ways my friends and I were mistreated and abused.
It took a whole 7 months at a healthy church for me to heal after leaving Every Nation. Thank goodness Jesus never leaves us or forsakes us, and is careful to gently lead His flock out of hurtful situations and into His wholeness and healing.
I would STRICTLY warn you – regardless of what it looks like on the surface, it is a CULT! For the sake of the emotional health and wellness of your family, have NOTHING to do with this abusive, non-biblical organization.
Cult & Making Money in the name of God
Posted: Mar 20, 2015 by Rice Brooks
This is a cult Church where they exist to get all members or Christians from other church so that they may be able to get the money offering and tithes of those members. And worst they will scare their members by calling them robbers of god if they will not give 10% of their salary or income. This church has grown rapidly in other nations which is called every nation ministries. Founder of this church is Steve Murrell, an american who call himself as an accidental missionary when they came in the Philippines as tourist to establish their large scale money scam by fooling people in the Philippines and abroad. This church will use the name of God and employ many staffs and pastor with wage as a means of serving god without acknowledging they are violating the labor code by giving salary below minimum and most of all they will remove 10% of the salary of their workers without their consent in the payroll. All churches worldwide is angry with this church who plays great combos and rock music to attract the youth but their goal is to get money from their members.
This is an old post when I still attended Victory Christian Fellowship in Greenhills.
What’s Revealed in this Chinkee Tan Seminar
01:25 God’s way to become wealthy
01:52 Talents and Money
03:34 4 essential things for God to make you prosper
04:21 What God has already given us
05:10 What is God’s desire for each person?
07:00 What God expects from us?
07:22 Why do we really work?
08:05 Is our motivation healthy?
08:28 Why Chinkee works hard
09:03 What is the Law of Use?
10:36 Perspective about work
11:32 Perspective about creating wealth
12:08 Story example
13:19 Before you spend whatever you earn…
14:40 Chinkee’s testimony
15:55 God doesn’t want your money but your…
16:33 Chinkee shares his story about tithing
18:46 Can we rob from God?
19:36 Story example
20:29 Why do we go to church?
20:46 How to be blessed financially?
21:12 How the devil works
22:38 Who is a true follower of Christ?
23:21 If you really want to be blessed…
23:58 Do you believe that God…
24:50 Perspective and purpose of giving
25:45 Purpose of blessings and prosperity
27:36 Perspective about spending money
29:13 3 Basic questions before spending
34:16 Perspective on spending wealth
36:12 Perspective on saving
39:42 You don’t do something out of…
40:53 Conclusion / Summary
48:53 Closing Prayer
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