Larry Huch

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    lcernadas1

    Sat Aug 28 2010

    5 stars All I have read on all these reviews is pretty much bases on opinion. Only because scriptures are expressed , that doesn't make these ratings a fact.. It saddens me that as "christians" believing in "JESUS CHRIST AS OUR LORD AND SAVIOR " we should be more together and less apart. The world is unfortunately not in agreeance 100% with Jesus . We as christians are fighting a battle here everyday.. I agree with Larry Huch's books and teachings. He has.. through Jesus Christ come a long way. Regarding the issue expressed with the donations: everything we are able to work for , our salaries , our homes. financial blessings, are given to us through Jesus. In reality..Our faith allows us to receive more than what we give. Yes, God loves a cheerful giver . Exactly ! We are to give with our hearts , and He will provide ! Whatever I give to my church , I know in my heart my Lord, Jesus see's that . its not between me and man , it is between me and the Lord. We need to STOP pointing fi... Read more

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    jesusrulesover_all

    Mon May 24 2010

    Over the last year he is starting to sound more and more like he has converted to Judaism and not Christianity. He is promoting keeping Old Covenant Jewish laws and Feast, plus sending in large sums of money for the anointing and power of God to rest on the Christian's life. Our favor was granted at the Cross of Christ and if he can't understand this then he should examine himself to see if he is really in the faith! Let's pray for him!

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    aposor

    Thu Mar 25 2010

    I just heard him teaching about three times a year God opens a window in heaven and if you miss your window you miss your blessing. How utterly ridiculous. We are seated with Christ in the heavenlies and whatever we ask in his name we recieve. I was a herion addict..just like he was..and I was delivered. I didn't have to pay for it..I sought the Lord and he had mercy on me. Missing my window is very carnal sounds like I threw out my shoulder playing college ball or I'm at Cape Canaveral waiting to blast off and a storm front is moving in.

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    lionofzion

    Fri Jan 08 2010

    I only placed a rating, because the site required me to do so. I have not followed Larry Huch close enough to provide a truly accurate opinion nor would I do so publicly. For the record, I am a Non-denominational, Born Agagin Christian who Speaks in Tongues. I have been a Missionarry Worker since 2006, received a personal miracle evidenced by witnesses and have undisputabale medical evidince as well. I was used to save the lives of several people, but noticed I said used, for it was not of me that someone with a 10% chance of living through the night, walked out of the hospital fine in less than a week, or the woman who had died on the way to the hospital, and was than resuscetated in the hospital when I received a call and my wife and I prayed over the individual who was realeased 3 days later from the hospital I have had Holy Spirit encounters beyond the ordinary along with a host of other Christian Faith experiences. The point is I'm not a new kid on the block. And none of the t... Read more

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    inolongerbelie_veyoularryhuch

    Mon Nov 16 2009

    Well I too, am just another dupped into the false world of give, give, give and when there is no more to give then give your soul..... Larry... I am ashamed of you... You do not represent me in a manner that is of my teachings... Repent, Repent, Repent!!!! What just happend there? was god just speaking thru me.... Well im not sure.. But i am sure that you are a cruel mindless cold hearted greed monger... and yes you even turned me off on the teachings because It seems the only ones teaching any more are men like you.... Larry if you read this burn in the pits of hell and you will start to get what you deserve.... Thankyou, but fuck you!!!!! Eat my ass you fucking prick!!!!! Used to believe what you taught in PORTLAND, OREGON!!!!! Jeff

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    robert_tilton

    Mon Sep 28 2009

    I've only recently tuned in to this slimy huckster courtesy of the shameless Daystar network. It only took about 30 seconds to instantly dislike this rat bastard and make me wish there actually WAS a hell so jesus could toss him into it after a swift judgement. "God is telling me that there are 3000 of you watching today that will sow a $1000 seed into this ministry." Yeah, that's all it took. Another piece of shit posing as a "christian." To hell with you, Larry.

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    rajeev_james

    Mon Apr 13 2009

    Pastor Larry is a man full of wisdom given to him by the father of Light's in whom there is no darkness. Pastor larry is teaching those reveletions from the word of God that nobody is teaching in the whole world. So, beware before saying or writing anything negative about the pastor. Pastor Larry is a tremendous men of God who love's God and people. Who always believe in teaching and preaching the word of God in truth. God Bless Pastor Larry and Tiz Huch. Rajeev

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    lordhelpus1

    Sat Jan 03 2009

    He got 1.1 million dollars from dfw new beginnings and then lost the land.Now he is fixing a church hes renting where is the money

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    bishopdh

    Wed Dec 31 2008

    Stressed overcoming generational curses for years -- even though generational curses ended (in scripture) prior to Jesus' ministry. Huch is a false prophet.

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    p1saint1

    Sun Sep 07 2008

    eat the hay and spit out the sticks.. did U learn something?.. how about believe in the bible.. not the man

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    sfvictim

    Fri Jun 20 2008

    I knew Huch and wife in Santa Fe NM in the very early 1980s. We were close to Larry and Tiz; we visited, socialized and traveled with them often; I was on his church "board". Larry was a liar, thief, manipulator, control freak - he damaged and injured many in his "flock". Apparently he has not changed.

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    elfan495

    Wed Mar 19 2008

    I attended New Beginnings in Portland, OR for several years. I gave to the point of bankruptcy. My nephew was dying and I didn't have the funds needed to travel to my nephew's funeral. I called New Beginnings in Portland only to be told that since I did not attend that church anymore that they would not help me. What a scam artist Huch is!!!!! I'm filing bankruptcy for giving above and beyond my tithes as was instructed by Huch all the while he's getting richer. He once gave a cry for $1000.00 to be given by 100 people to pay off the church building. I gave $1000 and never saw the church building paid off. After attending New Beginnings for six years I have nothing good to say about the Huchs. They rob from the poor.

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    robert6ingerso_ll

    Thu Dec 06 2007

    A religious charlatan who looks like a bad caricature of Teddy Roosevelt. One day his name will be listed among illustrious former residents of Irving, others being George Walker Bush and Lee Harvey Oswald. Rating: less than one star.

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    angiejenkins

    Thu Nov 22 2007

    Liar and a thief.

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    rightdivider22

    Fri Nov 02 2007

    Awful,deceitful liar.

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    ritahall888

    Sun Oct 21 2007

    Another false teacher.

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    setfree2

    Wed Aug 08 2007

    As a member of Larry's church for 10 years in Portland, he is more of a disappointment than anything. 90% of his teaching is about tithing and giving. He spent 10 years fund raising for what was to be a huge and beautiful campus with great vision, right down to having Disney come in and design the children's department. People sold and gave up homes, cars, etc. Some even lost their homes. Then he ups and leaves after selling most of the property off. There was never any accounting of where the money went. The Portland church funded him getting started in Dallas to the tune of 65K a month until he broke off. After listening to one of his Dallas broadcasts, he mentioned that he was starting over again for a 7th time. He made it sound like he was starting from ground zero. I think he went to Dallas because there is more money and opportunity there. Why else would you leave the most unchurched area of the country to go to the MOST churched?

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    thefathersson

    Sat Aug 04 2007

    It’s amazing how every single evangelist that has expensive homes, etc is considered to be a scam artist. Just because they have money does not make them a scam artist. The richest institution in the world is the Catholic Church. Churches all across this world are some of the most expensive buildings (more expensive than needed for a gathering place); yet these institutions are not judged by the same standards as an individual. If an individual could put the money given through the ministry to better use, could not the institution do the same? Now, many and most of the institutions (such as the Catholic Church) do many good things with their money. How do we know this? Because it’s boasted. What good things do these individuals do? Not really sure because they don’t boast about it. Yet, we are not supposed to boast about what good deeds we do. They do always give credit to God for what they have and that is right to do. What is comes down to is this, people judge individuals (men and w... Read more

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    p1saint

    Sun Jul 15 2007

    gee wizz .. i spent about a years under his ministry.. and i found him to be inspirational.. like the guy who just wrote the book,,, how to be a millionair Gods way.. he taught people to invest .. most churches do not do that.. greater understanding of Mali 3.. that your vinyards would not throw their fruit before season.. etc.. alot of negitive comments.. it's more than just give money to a church .. to open the windows of heaven.. he said u have to do somnething.. for god to bless. p1saint

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    judgenot

    Thu Apr 26 2007

    I look here and see alot of people condemning a man of G-d without just cause. Maybe he said or did something that offended you or maybe you are not yet ready for this "meaty" message. This is the fact, he is human, he teaches the Word of G-d, if he is wrong it is G-d who will correct not these who write here. To condemn this man of G-d, you place yourselves on the judgement seat of Christ. You are saying to the world that you know more than anybody, more than the Most High and that there is no place for correction in yourselves. Let's just say you are right and he is wrong, then I believe God will correct him. Now let's say we are wrong and he is right, now won't we stand in judgement for the Word that G-d tried to teach us through this man and we wouldn't receive it after all, the Scriptures do say in James 4:10 Humble yourselves in the sight of the Lord, and He will lift you up. 11 Do not speak evil of one another, brethren. He who speaks evil of a brother and judges his broth... Read more

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    bytheblood

    Sun Apr 22 2007

    He is a false teacher. He does not preach the gospel. He is out for your money.

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    lisadh

    Thu Apr 05 2007

    I was a member of his church for 2 years I went to every service until one day he started ordering people to give money or leave , it seems to me now that he was just in it for the money. he lost 70% of his church after that and I think thats why he moved to Texas.

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    passtheloot

    Thu Mar 08 2007

    We must never forget the complete cleansing that comes to us through Christs blood. Every generational curse was broke by the blood of Jesus. We must ever realise that our righteousness does not belong to us, but is imputed of Christ. Our debt has been wiped from our account in full and Christs righteousness in full has been accredited to our account. The record is clear and our sin has been eternally removed. Micah 7:18-19 says, Who is a God like unto thee, that pardoneth iniquity, and passeth by the transgression of the remnant of his heritage? he retaineth not his anger for ever, because he delighteth in mercy. He will turn again, he will have compassion upon us; he will subdue our iniquities; and thou wilt cast all their sins into the depths of the sea.We either believe this or we dont. How can we walk in all the blessings of God, including joy, liberty and peace if we doubt such explicit passages? Generational curses become real to us in our minds if we believe the... Read more

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    bewarefalsepro_phets

    Sun Jan 28 2007

    It's funny how ministers who buy into this generational curse nonsense, along with laymembers who believe it, always refer to irrelevant Old Testament scriptures to back up their claim. There's not one single solitary mention of a generational curse in the New Testament. I repaet...there's not one single solitary mention of a generational curse in the New Testament. In fact, you will NOT FIND THE PHRASE GENERATIONAL CURSE IN THE ENTIRE BIBLE! When we come to Christ, our sins are forgiven, and remembered no more by God. If we remain under some generational curse even after we are saved, then Jesus death on the cross really WASN'T complete, for then we would have to do some magic witch doctor formula that Huch concocted so we can come out from under that curse. Don't let this man or any other generational curse prophet fool you. Christ did away with all curses at the cross, because he was made a curse for us. Or maybe we are to believe that a couple of curses slipped by Jesus without him... Read more

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    gracenothing

    Wed Jan 24 2007

    He is a snake oil salesman. He is one of the worst. There is no such thing as a generational curse!!!! Run from this idiot!!!!

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    eastsidechican_a

    Mon Jan 22 2007

    Judging should be left to God. Though we are clearly capable of having opinion, if we don't have anything good to say about someone it shouldn't be said. Now a preacher, including Mr. Huch, has his way of ministering to the public and yes gets prosperity from doing so. It is strictly your right to be lead by the Spirit to donate to the ministries that you are guided by as well as who will be your spiritual leader. In my personal opinion Mr. Huch has given me an understanding of generational curses and from my own experience I can see this as being factual. Also, I can read the Word and know that curse is mentioned in the whole Bible 94 times, since the Bible is ultimately our main source it must be factual, for the Word and God do NOT lie. Mr. Huch's ministry should be based on what the Word say about preachers. We should be objective and not subjective to his teaching. We should be questioning his doctrine of teaching about Jesus? Is he saving souls for Christ? Is his ministry ... Read more

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    godsprincess67

    Tue Jan 16 2007

    I do not know Larry Huch personally but I've listened to him on television. His teaching is not contrary to the word of God from what I see. Those who don't believe in generational curses, review Ex 34:6-7. Those who don't believe God wants his people to have more than just enough, why does he instruct us to honor him with our wealth and with the firstfruits and say as a result our barns will be filled to overflowing and our vats will brim over with new wine Pr 3:9-10. One man gives freely, yet gains even more. Another withholds unduly, but comes to poverty. Pr 11:24 As I read these comments I wonder, are you applying the bible to your lives. Instead of bashing him, try searching the word and see if what he says has truth? Maybe it's that you are blind by the enemy to see the truth because the enemy wants to keep God's elect in poverty. If you aren't struggling financially, you could focus on more of what God called us to do and not be distracted. No man is perfect but you slander his ... Read more

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    godlybrotha

    Sun Jan 07 2007

    This man is a "Huchster" indeed. The man thrives on making uneducated, non bible-reading christians fear some unscriptural "generational curse." Buy his books and tape series, and "learn how to get rid of generational curses." Jesus said that if it WERE POSSIBLE, these false prophets will fool the very elect of God. Apparently, it's not possible to fool God's elect, because they KNOW lies and deception because they KNOW God and His word. The only people who ARE being fooled are those who love their ears to be tickeled, whose consciences are seared, and who are immature babes who aren't strong enough to eat the real meat of God's word, but are constantly falling prey to these wolves and their damnable doctrines. This goes for EVERY prosperity pimp...and the list is voluminous.

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    adinode9

    Tue Dec 05 2006

    With all the negative comments, I have one question for those who seem to have only cricism. What have YOU done for the kingdom of God lately?

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    jackiesmith100_0

    Sun Sep 10 2006

    Another false teacher. He is not teaching the word of God.

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    graceplusnothi_ng

    Sat Aug 19 2006

    He is crazy. Where in the world did he get some crazy idea about generational curses? I guess there were too many name it and claim it. Not biblical at all and he gets more popular every day? That should tell you something.

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    grrlpup

    Mon Aug 15 2005

    I visited Pastor Larry's church five times and was truly shaken that hundreds of people here in Portland would buy into what he was saying. He fostered a feeling of persecution and paranoia that got all its energy from fear and hatred. A doctrine that said we're in the Last Days, constantly under attack, battling Satan every second-- how can that result in a healthy life or solve any problems? He bashed Catholocism, Democrats, gays, Portland (he obviously would much rather be in Dallas), Islam, and unnamed enemies who are out to get him. His tales of exorcisms were right out of the movies (down to the imitation of voices) and frankly I don't believe them. To me there was nothing loving or positive in his message; it was greed, fear, division, and warfare. Is that what Christianity is? For those of you who watch on TV: Pastor Larry periodically ordered the cameras to be turned off. That's when he would spout his most offensive lines about how awful the (insert name of group here) is. ... Read more

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    kpadilla141120_05

    Thu Aug 04 2005

    Larry Huch started out in Santa Fe, NM. He never mentions the ghetto. My life w/Larry started here at 11 years old. My life, my family has gone downhill from here. He disappeared to become richer - to a richer community. I just want to say HI Pastor Huch. My family was the main attraction in his church. A Joke, a false prophet ------- bottom line A BUSINESS MAN. (A man of God?) A BUSINESS MAN! MS. MONTOYA

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    vinisaac

    Wed May 11 2005

    Hi beliefan200, Jesus is coming back to take a bride that is spotless and wrinkle free. Eph 5:26 that He might sanctify and cleanse her with the washing of water by the word, Eph 5:27 that He might present her to Himself a glorious church, not having spot or wrinkle or any such thing, but that she should be holy and without blemish. So Larry is right and you are dead wrong. http://jcsearch.com/blogs/vinisaac

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    intheword

    Fri Feb 11 2005

    Where are the CHRISTians? Since when is it Christ-like to attack eachother? Yes, there are charlotans out there, but Larry and Tiz Huch are not among them. To make it your mission to seek out and accuse fellow believers is a sad and frankly, a fleshly endevour. I know Pastor Larry and Tiz, and rarely if ever have I encountered Christians so selfless in their goal to touch the world with the message of God's goodness. His GOODNESS. Some Christians seem to have a problem with the message of prosperity, but when did Jesus ever teach that to be spiritual, or a follower of His, you had to be poor and miserable? Jesus, Himself had a Treasurer. How can we win unbelievers to salvation when they see us attacking eachother, and living a mediocre existence? What kind of testimony is that? We are to be an example to the unbeliever. The Huch's have made inumerable and major personal sacrifices in their lives in order to spread the gospel to the world, I doubt so many who are so quick to criticise ... Read more

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    tv_evangelist_buster

    Sun Jan 02 2005

    I'm respondsible for My decisions and Sin , Know one else in My Family is, Generational Curses,Nope, Generational Bad decisions thats Sinful Yes!

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    peaceonearth

    Tue Nov 23 2004

    Sorry, since I can't put another comment, I can only edit. I found this rating site accidently from search engine. I thought I'd share what I feel. First of all, God is my witness, I am just a regular member in NBCC. I don't even come every Sunday and not involve in any ministry yet but coming and inviting other people to come. I don't think Pastor Larry even knows my name if he sees me in person, he might recognize my face if he remember faces from the pulpit. I am thinking of getting involve more though, he might know me someday. Ok. Here my post: I have visited many churches in Portland. The are many great and good pastors, Pastor Larry is great pastor and different. That's why we're back to NBCC not long ago. You can feel the love of Jesus so strong working in you when he preaches. He's preaching is always focus on God, look onto God's greatness and made us understand what Jesus did at Calvary, it is also for now not just for when we go to heaven beyond the blue sky. We're still li... Read more

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    fin_rave

    Mon Oct 04 2004

    Peddles spiritual paranoia (stub your toe? REBUKE that spirit of toe stubbing!!), and victimhood (generational curses...similar to the buddhist 'parental karma' concept). A spook around every corner, under every rock...the big 'spook in the sky' needs to give Larry a revelation, a word, an impartation re. shaving that abomination off his face.

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    christopher_fontenot

    Mon Sep 20 2004

    This guy is a Joke!

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    loveroftheword

    Tue Aug 17 2004

    Those believers who are followers of the Lord Jesus will be despised by ALL men. Remember what happened to John the Baptist when he told the truth..... and yes, Jesus the first cousin was saddened by this wrongful death. Tell the truth & shame the devil!

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