Hi to all reading this response,
My name is Greg Stockton.
I was a member of the mission team that went to Kenya sponsored by Trunews and Rick Wiles ministry.
Whoever wrote the post "Beware of Rick Wiles..." is sorely mistaken and is either misinformed or an outright liar.
If you would like the truth about what transpired during the four and one half months I and my team member were in Kenya
please feel free to ask me. If you want to know the truth about the person/people that wrote the post about Trunews and Rick Wiles contact Rick.
Before you jump to conclusions about Trunews ministry try this. Click on the link at the end of the post I am responding to. The link will take you nowhere. You can't "read the entire story on our (their) website." Why? Attorneys had it removed due to its false, libelous and inflammatory content. At some point they might post their fairy tales on another site but as of today this link goes nowhere, much like those that would have you read it. Why don't those that wrote this post about Trunews and Rick Wiles sign their names to it? What are they afraid of?
No doubt I will now come under their microscope and be subjected to their lies and innuendo. That's OK, remember the words of Paul
to Timothy, "Yea, and all that will live godly in Christ Jesus shall suffer persecution." 2Tim 3:12
In Christ Jesus,
Whatever happened in Kenya is known only to the people involved. Whatever happened concerning a tent project/church in Florida is also known only by those involved. This site and forum are not for reporting about business transactions gone sour. It is, however, a site dedicated to exposing false teachers.
Rick Wiles exposed himself as a false prophet through a prophecy he made publicly on his own radio show on January 7, 2010. In short, he claimed America was about to be "staggered" and "brought to its knees" by a monumental event to occur sometime during the last 3 months of 2010. This show can be heard in the Trunews archives, or at this link:
In a May 24, 2010 broadcast, Mr. Wiles further clarified the nature of this big event that was coming in 2010 that would change the face of the country, and cut communication and transportation lines, etc. (as stated in the Jan. 8 broadcast). He named it as specifically being a nuclear explosion.
Mr. Wiles then compounded his error by broadcasting an anniversary show one year later, on January 7, 2011. Instead of owning up to the false prophecy as he had promised before the Holy Spirit and his listeners to do if the word proved false, he invited personal friends of his to join him in a "panel discussion" about the prophecy. During this discussion, not a single attempt was made by Mr. Wiles to apologize to all those listeners who had been deeply hurt by his false prophecy (through putting needless fear and terror into their hearts.) He also failed to state any repentance over blaspheming the Holy Spirit by putting out the thoughts of his own mind and labeling them as communication from the Holy Spirit. Instead, with the encouragement of guests Augusto Perez and Nathan Leal, he staunchly defended that he had indeed been hearing from the Holy Spirit. All of this is a matter of record. No matter how much Mr. Wiles likes to claim people are out to discredit him, he himself was the sole author of this distressing chain of events.
All of this has been accurately documented at the Endtime Delusion blog. [endtimedelusion.wordpress.com
If anyone can point out any inaccuracies at all in the article, I would be happy to publish a correction.
For those who truly care about Mr. Wiles, they should be doing everything in their power to convince him of the seriousness of his actions and the need to repent before our Lord for falsely speaking in the His name. A public apology is also sorely needed, as Scripture teaches that part of repentance is doing what we can to make things right with those we have hurt.