|Thursday, Nov. 20, 1997
REVIVAL BENEFITS: FACT OR FICTION?
Area agencies tapped out trying to help worshipers
Escambia sheriff disputes claims of crime reduction
Neighborhood sees no benefit from revival
No medical proof of 'miraculous healings'
Confused? Question, reason, consult the Bible
Addicts may be getting false hope, experts say
Dad says church was no help
Other churches reach out to community
Wednesday, Nov. 19, 1997:
METHODS and MESSAGES.
What criticisms are Bible scholars, theologians
and Pentecostal church members voicing about the revival? How does the
revival differ from Pentecostal worship and fundamentals?
Pastor orchestrated first revival
Brownsville Revival similar to
one in Toronto
Critics attack tactics, theological
Tuesday, Nov. 18, 1997:
Is he who he says he is? How true are
his stories about his past and his stories about his money contributions
to missions? What are his goals and motivations?
Hill's bio fraught with fallacies
Hill's boasts often exaggerate
Money for missions fails to add
Hill's criminal record not what
he says it is
Revival's leader touts 'Son of
Hill settles down on 40 acres in
Teen Challenge is Hill's longtime
Monday, Nov. 17,1997:
Has the revival changed the Brownsville Assembly
of God leader`s lifestyle and style of pastoring? What do his neighbors
and his flock see behind the pulpit image? What does he say about himself?
Why have people left Brownsville Assembly of God?
Kilpatrick rules over revival
Pastor's visions launched his career
New lifestyle includes a $310,000
Kilpatrick takes hard line against
Pastor's homes raise financial
Authors: Prophecies aim to silence
Kilpatrick: History shows revivals
Sadness, fear fill members who
Sunday, Nov. 16, 1997:
MONEY AND SPENDING.
How much money is the church and individual
pastors making from the revival and where is all the money going?
Secrets inside the revival
Church budget is $6.6 million
On the road: Pleas for money intensify
Give at least $100 revival leaders
Brownsville Revival costly, figures
Revival maestro's money, business
is no secret
Ministry fails to meet watchdog's
Revival for sale through merchandise
3 top ministers fail to pay state