The New Age movement has returned with full force in our culture taking the West and its churches by storm. All across North America, Christian churches have unknowingly encouraged occult beliefs and practices far removed from what the Bible teaches. This unfortunate reality is intrinsically linked to the popularity increase of New Age spirituality in the twenty-first century, and we've been so influenced by its integration into our society that we have become blind to recognizing, and preventing, the effects of this mainstream, pop-culture heresy, even within the walls of God's house. Join us for a riveting wake-up call to the Church from a former New Age practitioner.
Join us to hear the dramatic transformation of the gang leader once considered one of California's most violent criminals! Our guest will describe his childhood in Los Angeles, what drove him to join the Rockwood Street Locos as an 11-year-old, his criminal experiences and prison life, and the miraculous vision of Jesus he experienced while in solitary confinement. Don’t miss a minute of this riveting story of real transformation!
Steven Bancarz is the former founder of "Spirit Science & Metaphysics" and was a full time writer for spiritscienceandmetaphysics.com, which was one of the largest New Age websites in the world averaging 200,000 views per day. He was also a guest author on thespiritscience.net, the most-visited New Age site in the world. He had an encounter with Jesus Christ and quit his job as a New Age writer back in 2015, giving his life fully to the Lord. Steven has since been in full-time apologetics ministry exposing the deception of the New Age movement.
Darwin “Casey” Diaz is a native of El Salvador and a former gang leader. Growing up on the mean streets of Los Angeles, he was forced to fight for his life. He was eventually incarcerated as one of the most violent criminals in California and placed in solitary confinement. His life was forever changed in that cell when one day God approached Casey in a miraculous way. Upon his release from prison, Casey landed a job making signs and today runs his own company, Cheap Signs. Casey enjoys teaching at church and sharing his story with audiences around the country.