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Date Posted:20/06/2006 9:30 PMCopy HTML

$%*'`[confused]%*'`@Wow, I stumbled across this forum and the main site and need some info.I went to the RCI quite a few years back, then back in 1995 when a split occured, I stopped going to ALL churches and to this day haven't been back.So what actually happened in detail? From what I read and hear, Lloyd had some weird doctrine ideas on sex before marriage and the rest of the RCI didn't agree, so what they did was leave and form their own churched called the revival fellowship.Anything else I should know. Is Lloyd Longfield a fraud? What about John kulman? Is he a fraud to? Who is right?I want to go back to the meetings, but am confused as to where I should go.thanx
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Re:The RCI/RF Split

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$%*'`[truth]%*'`@Reply to : confused [Anonymous]

Wow, I stumbled across this forum and the main site and need some info.I went to the RCI quite a few years back, then back in 1995 when a split occured, I stopped going to ALL churches and to this day haven't been back.So what actually happened in detail? From what I read and hear, Lloyd had some weird doctrine ideas on sex before marriage and the rest of the RCI didn't agree, so what they did was leave and form their own churched called the revival fellowship.Anything else I should know. Is Lloyd Longfield a fraud? What about John kulman? Is he a fraud to? Who is right?I want to go back to the meetings, but am confused as to where I should go.thanx

Please, don't go to any "revival" group meetings.  None of them is right.  Find a church that teaches the truth - where the pastors are servant leaders as the Bible says leaders should be (as Jesus was himself) Leaders who have the fruit of the spirit - love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. 

All Revival centres have many "hidden" rules - especially about STRICT OBEDIENCE to their rules - and you can be kicked out for not obeying THEM - they set themselves up as gods. This is a clear sign of a cult. 

May God guide you in all TRUTH! and help you find a church that serves Him and not the pastors - a church that teaches God's truth and not man's rules.


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Re:The RCI/RF Split

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$%*'`[truth]%*'`@Reply to : confused [Anonymous]

Wow, I stumbled across this forum and the main site and need some info.I went to the RCI quite a few years back, then back in 1995 when a split occured, I stopped going to ALL churches and to this day haven't been back.So what actually happened in detail? From what I read and hear, Lloyd had some weird doctrine ideas on sex before marriage and the rest of the RCI didn't agree, so what they did was leave and form their own churched called the revival fellowship.Anything else I should know. Is Lloyd Longfield a fraud? What about John kulman? Is he a fraud to? Who is right?I want to go back to the meetings, but am confused as to where I should go.thanx

 

I also read the letter from the pastor who left RCI - i think it is posted on the main site.  It basically said that they were leaving because they saw in the Bible that adultery was not cause for loss of salvation as the RCI teaches.  But i believe rcf maintain almost all of the other false beliefs of RCI.

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Hmmm... I found out some more info.

Looks like there was a bit of a disagreement between Lloyd Longfield and a group of pastors in the UK. But I don't know what it was over.

 

Can anyone expand on this?

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I was listening to the audio from Lloyd and Darryl concerning the RCI/RF split, and I found many similarities between what happened there and with CFCMI/splinter groups in 1991 and 2003.  There was a good bit of villifying those who left, and the topic of shunning was heavily enforced, especially from Darryl.  what could you do?  When I was confronted with this, I did the only sensible thing.  I left.
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Having left the Adelaide Revival Centre in November 1991, (after 10 years of regular fellowship) I realise that the majority of "brothers & sisters" were following a pastor rather than the Lord.

This premise is based on the fact that if the LL or JK had supported opposing views to those that led to the split then the "brothers & sisters" of the ARC woukd have still followed JK irrespective of their own views.

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It has been quite some time since I posted here concerning the splits in the Revival Centres.  I am just curious.  Are the Centres still growing, or fading away?  When I last discussed my former church, CFCMI, on my own forum, they are steadily shrinking.  Give them a few years and they will cease to exist.
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Hi and Good Morning CFCMI Survivor,

Could You correct my ignorance and fill us in on who the "CFCMI" are ?? where they are based ?? and some outline of their core beliefs etc etc.

Thanks

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Reply to cfcmi_survivor

It has been quite some time since I posted here concerning the splits in the Revival Centres.  I am just curious.  Are the Centres still growing, or fading away?  When I last discussed my former church, CFCMI, on my own forum, they are steadily shrinking.  Give them a few years and they will cease to exist.


I think this might be who you are referring to : Link  
 
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The Bible: God's Word

We believe and accept the Authorized King James Version Bible as the infallible and correct Word of God for the English-speaking Church. We believe the Bible answers all of life's questions. We do not believe or accept the theology of evolutionary doctrine (2 Peter 1:20-21, Revelation 22:18-19).

2 Timothy 3:16-17, Isaiah 55:8-11, Hebrews 4:12, 2 Timothy 2:15, Psalms 119:105, John 15:3, Romans 3:4, John 17:17

Godhead

We believe in one God, who has manifested Himself to mankind in many ways, including three specific ways: the Father, or Creator of all things (Ephesians 4:6); the Word, the Son of God (John 1:14, 1 Timothy 3:16); and the Holy Ghost, the Comforter (John 14:26). But all three are one spirit, not separate beings or persons (1 John 5:7).

This one God is a spirit: one spirit, not three (John 4:24). We do not agree with the theology of Trinity, that there are "three persons of God: co-equal, co-majestic, and co-eternal" because it is not supported by Scripture (Isaiah 43:10-12).

We believe that there is only one God - the One Eternal Spirit who can present Himself to man in an infinite number of ways, not just three. This one God created the heavens and the earth and all things, and is known as the Father. This same one God manifested Himself to Abraham in the form of Melchisedec, to Moses in the form of the burning bush, and to the children of Israel in the form of a cloud by day and a pillar of fire by night.

We believe that God manifested Himself in the flesh as the Son of God, Jesus Christ (1 Timothy 3:16). Jesus Christ had both spirit and flesh: that which was spirit was God (2 Corinthians 5:19), and that which was flesh was man, known as the Son of God (Luke 1:35). Therefore, the Son does not have a separate spirit: the spirit within that flesh was the One True God, our Father, our Savior (John 14:7-10, Isaiah 9:6). The Son is the "express image of" the Father (Hebrews 1:3), created to be a messenger of the New Testament (John 17:6-8, Hebrews 9:15), the ultimate sacrifice for the sins of all mankind (John 1:29), and the only way to the Father and salvation (John 14:6).

Isaiah 9:6, John 10:30, Isaiah 4:4-6, Malachi 3:1, Revelation 1:8, Luke 7:12-16, John 4:15-21, 26,John 14:6-9, Psalms 65:2


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