There definitely is! Unfortunately he is very charismatic and is very good at speaking and identifying with the younger generations.
I honestly hope the Catholic, Orthodox, Traditional Anglican, Baptist and Assemblies groups of Springfield can come out and denounce him and his so-called "church".
I knew nothing about him or his church until my final year in College and I knew the moment I met him that something was not right with him, something inside me just screamed something was wrong.
Wolves in sheeps clothing, and it's sad to see a wolf being sent Into the midst of vulnerable sheep (young people with open and developing minds) with the encouragement of the people who are supposed to protect and educate them.
I finally realized why the group I had to be in always visited Brentwood and National Avenue... They are both LGBT friendly... Ugh...
Nations Ave also struck me wrong, but they are a rare DOC church that retained some traditional elements (robes, organ, procession, etc...) they also actually used Christian hymns.
Brentwood was just wrong. Songs never mentioned Christ explicitly, instead of hymnbooks the songs were on a projection screen with music over speakers. They had "communion" but I don't even remember the words of institution. That visit, which occurred before my baptism, scared me so much that the only events I attended thereafter were dinners, movie nights and coffee nights (I had to participate for scholarship).
No wonder that same group I was a part of never wanted to visit the Orthodox Church or any local Catholic Church. They were only interested in the LGBT churches as well as the local mosque and synagogue.