Thursday, April 28, 2022



Blight of Denominationalism

by John J. Wipf


GENRE: Religion Non-fiction



What purpose do all religions serve?

There are only two destinies after we die.

Do you feel like there is something missing in life?

Is Jesus Christ more than what is portrayed by status quo Christianity?



There is no doubt in my mind that the Baptist denomination has been infiltrated by Roman Catholic Jesuit teachings, and Baptist leadership doesn’t even know it. All they are interested in is how the church and college (if they have one) look in the eyes of the world. Pembina Valley Baptist Church (PVBC, also home of CBBC) in Winkler spends thousands of dollars a year on the outside of the church so that people who are driving by will not think that it is dead. This is actually what we were taught in Baptist college there. This is what I call manufacturing the Holy Spirit by material things.

There is no power of the Holy Spirit with wind and fire like on the day of Pentecost. What I am saying is that wind and fire are some of the strongest forces of nature, and they were displayed on the day of Pentecost. To my knowledge, there is nothing close to that happening anywhere in North America. I am not expecting wind and fire to blow through a church, but I am expecting lives to be changed and the gates of Hell to stop their offence upon our nation.

If there is a fire in town, people will know it; they will not have to be tricked into believing that there is a fire. I was once sitting in Camperville in a parking lot and a few men ran by. They had heard there was a fire down the street. They found out there wasn’t, and they calmly walked back the other way. That is how it happens in a church that manufactures things to happen just about every day of the week. Eventually people will get tired of it and drift away. The abominable thing is that people start believing that God is dead, and they give up on God, turn to the world and indulge in the flesh. That is what a church does when they are not on fire with the Holy Spirit and power. Prayer, repenting, and fasting is the only way to get back to the good old days.


AUTHOR Bio and Links:

John Wipf was part of the Hutterite religion for 18 years and was a member, college student, and a part time missionary in the Baptist denomination for 10 years. Other points of interest include:

Five years of theological studies (Baptist)

Mission work in Canada, Costa Rica, Panama, and Sri Lanka (Baptist)

Independent mission work in west central Manitoba, Canada (present)

Founder/CEO of a company that installs fertilizer and grain handling equipment in the prairies of Canada (present)

Husband and father of 2 boys and 2 girls, and 1 taken to heaven before birth, and 1 on the way.

John Wipf married Faith in June 2013. Our goal is to start a cattle ranch (as a retreat) to help people with their relationship with Jesus Christ and to tell people about the gospel of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.

Faith Wipf was born and bred a Baptist for 32 years. She then left with her “Honey Bear” John to begin their independent ministry. She is currently very busy raising four crazy, wonderful children and looking forward to waddling during the next few months. Homeschooling and the “dreaded” housework fill her days.

In the Blight of Denominationalism we cover part of our journey from religious bondage to true and free freedom in our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.

Also covered in this book there are summaries of my study on some of the world’s renowned religions.


WEBSITE - John Wipf – Author ( FACEBOOK - Author John J. Wipf | Facebook

GOODREADS - John J. Wipf (Author of Blight of Denominationalism) | Goodreads



INDIGO CHAPTERS - denominationalism/9780228838739-item.html

BARNES & NOBLE - wipf/1140035467

BOOK DEPOSITORY - Wipf/9780228838715

a Rafflecopter giveaway

No comments:

Post a Comment

Grandma Is Acting Funny & Giveaway

    Grandma Is Acting Funny: The Beginning Stage A Children's View of Alzheimer's by Lori Aden & Sheila Parsley Genre: Chi...