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In the final episode of False Profits, Noemi asks “has Hillsong changed?” And is it ready to talk to people like Noemi and listen to their stories? more
Meet the rebels: Noemi organises a renuion for ex Hillsongers. Janice Lagata, Tiffany Perez and Noemi meet up in New York - where a culture of exploitation and abuse went unchecked. Noemi, Janice and Tiffany explore the bond that has formed among peo... more
Warning: This episode contains accounts of mental distress and suicide ideation. more
Probably the least interesting Hillsong documentary podcast out there, focusing too much on the presenters personal struggles to fit in and not the real issues with churches like this.
Don’t waste your time.
Not Really about Hillsong. This podcast is more about a very misguided young lady who is very confused as to what it means to be a Christian.
Very little actual testimony about Hillsong experiences. Mostly just a few people’s testimonies. Needs more interviews and deeper research
I came to this, very curious about the organisation, not being a member, but having a lot of friends that were. I had been a member of many Pentecostal churches for at least 40 years. more
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False Profits: Hillsong launched 8 months ago and published 9 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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