What’s My Beef With Beth?

Posted by admin in January 25th, 2020
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Before starting, I’d like to say I’ve never read a Beth Moore Bible study or any of her books. I also want to say that my purpose here isn’t to denigrate my sister in Christ, nor is it to berate her. I have one purpose and that is to speak truth in love (Eph. 4:15). I have struggled with this post for over two years, but after the March for Life 2020, I just couldn’t put it off any longer. It started feeling like disobedience and that’s always a scary place to be. Please bear with me to the end of this post.  

In 2005, Donald Trump was secretly recorded saying inappropriate things about women to Billy Bush (of the Presidents Bush). Once the darling of media, Trump was adored by the liberal press (MSM). The recording was kept under wrap until Trump’s bid for president and then it was leaked by Billy’s employer, NBC, in 2016.  Less than 24 hours after the leak, Trump issued a rare apology.

Trump, “I’ve said and done things I regret…anyone who knows me knows that these words don’t reflect who I am. It was locker room talk and very inappropriate.” Trump went on, “I pledge to be a better man…and will never, ever let you down.” In his 90-second video, Trump states, “I never said I’m a perfect person, nor pretended to be someone that I’m not. I’ve said some things that I regret and the words released today on this more-than-a-decade-old video are some of them.” He added, “I was wrong and I apologize.”

Beth Moore, however, took to Twitter and began blasting Trump. Moore wrote a few short messages to her 900,000 followers. “Wake up, Sleepers, to what women have dealt with all along in environments of gross entitlement & power,” she said in one tweet. “Are we sickened? Yes. Surprised? NO.” Moore wrote she had been “misused, stared down, heckled, talked naughty to.” As pastors took to the airwaves to defend Trump, she tweeted, “Some Christian leaders don’t think it’s that big a deal!

The tweets had an impact.

Breitbart News claimed that Moore was “standing in the gap for Hillary Clinton.” The Atlantic Monthly drew a direct correlation between Moore’s anti-Trump tweets and the shift of Christian women who vote over to Hillary! Beth Moore wields a lot of influence.

When I was in college, I attended a Campus Crusade meeting. Though I was raised in the church, I wasn’t living a Christian life. I wanted to get right with Christ.

I went alone. The meeting was almost 100 percent fraternity and sorority members. Hair, clothing, and makeup in the 1970s, well, Greek life had a very high standard. Unfortunately, I showed up in a T-shirt, old jeans and flip flops. But I was earnestly trying to find God. I desperately needed a lifeline.

After the speaker, they told newcomers who wanted to know more about following Christ, to go to one of the four corners of the room; there, Crusade members would talk and pray with them.

So, I did it. I found the corner with the most girls and headed to it.There were three sorority sisters, all blond and decked out, waiting for me.

The taller of the three asked how she could help me. I explained that I was struggling with sin and that I wanted to get my life right with Christ. She nodded and demonstrated active listening. She took out a piece of paper and drew the classic Campus Crusade “God on the Throne” diagram. “You’re here,” she pointed to the paper as if I was a preschooler. “God needs to be here,” she went on to explain.

I told her I was a backslider and wanted to get back on track. Surprisingly, she just went over the diagram with me again.

Finally, she took my hands in hers and I thought we were going to pray. I bowed my head and closed my eyes. She said, “Darlin’, look at me…” I lifted my head and looked into her eyes. “I just don’t think we’re the group for you. You’re not in a sorority, are you.” (Not a question; more of statement). I nodded my head no. “I think you might be better suited for one of the other campus groups.”

I left the meeting heartbroken. No one prayed for me. No one asked me to join them. No one offered me a helping hand.

Crying, I walked back to the dorm. I felt rejected by both the group and by God. I don’t understand how things work, but that night I went back to my room and got stoned with my friends. For the next two years I lived in total darkness and sin. Broken. Confused. In bondage.

Praise God that two years later, without any understanding of how or why, God grabbed me, filled me with the Holy Spirit, and Jesus declared to me, “You are clean.” And I haven’t looked back since. But my oh my, I would’ve loved to skip those two horrible years.

Why is this important? The university was Southwest Texas State University in San Marcos. The young woman who drew the diagram was the president of the Chi Omegas. Her name was Beth Green. You know her as Beth Moore.

I use this to illustrate that we’ve all said and done things that were rotten. Fortunately, no one broadcasts our errors for the world to see. I’m sure Beth Moore has no recollection of that event, but for me it was a life-changer–and not in a good way. She was snobby and she was demeaning. And she was doing it in the name of ministry.

So I wonder how can Moore hold Trump’s words against him? Words he spoke over a decade ago and for which he has apologized? There aren’t any words in her past that she regrets? I certainly know I do.

Why does this matter?

Well, Beth Moore spoke out against candidate Trump and expressed her anger toward him, decrying how awful Trump was and never noted or acknowledged his apology and admission of wrong. Does that mean she didn’t accept his repentance? She didn’t forgive him? Does Beth Moore think her words to me all those years ago were okay? Should she be held accountable for things she said back then? Things she probably doesn’t even remember? As believers shouldn’t we be the first to acknowledge an apology for wrongdoing? Isn’t that part of being salt and light?

Another concern I have is this: Moore has been very vocal against Trump and his tweeting. She believes the POTUS should be more “presidential” and not tweet every thought that comes to his mind. Well, should Bible teachers also be more careful about what they tweet? When young Nick Sandmann was wrongly accused at the 2019 March for Life of brutalizing a Native American, Beth Moore tweeted,

“I cannot shake the terror of adolescents already indoctrinated enough to hate and disrespect to smile that chillingly and jeer without shame or fear of God. Uncurbed, this utter glee in dehumanizing is what humanitarian horrors are made of.” And… “To glee in dehumanizing any person is so utterly antichrist it reeks of the vomit of hell.”

But Beth didn’t wait for the facts to come in and poor Nick Sandmann was innocent. So innocent that even the Native American, Nathan Phillips, admitted that young Sandmann had done nothing wrong. So innocent that Sandmann sued media giant CNN and won! Something that rarely happens in this country. Did Beth Moore apologize to Sandmann or his parents for calling him “vomit of hell?” No. She did not.  She just continued to blame Trump for “indoctrinating” adolescents in “hate.” She despised young Sandmann simply because he wore a red MAGA cap.

It appears to me that Beth Moore tweets as spontaneously and without editing as much as Trump does. The very thing she accuses the President of doing, she does herself.

Then there’s the #MeToo movement.

Beth Moore has been so busy with the #MeToo movement and World Relief’s Welcoming the Stranger video that I was surprised to see she had time to create her own hashtag – #WhyIDidntReport in support of Christine Blasey Ford, who falsely accused pro-life judge Brent Kavanaugh of rape. When President Trump tweeted that he didn’t understand why Ford hadn’t reported her alleged rape to police, Beth took to social media and decried him, “I didn’t report my abuse either! He lived in my house!” And Moore created the hashtag: #WhyIDidntReport.  Many evangelical leaders like Russel Moore came to her side thanking her for standing up for what is right, and making other females believe that they could too, speak up.

One follower asked Moore, “What about Kavanaugh being innocent?” Moore tweeted back, “I am advocating for women to be heard, taken seriously and not placed in harm’s way for coming forward.” And followed her tweet with #MeToo.

Uh…didn’t Ford’s lying do just the opposite of that? Women are less likely to be heard or taken seriously when someone falsely accuses a man. Right? And why didn’t Beth Moore tweet out support for her brother in Christ? Kavanaugh and his family suffered greatly during that perjury circus. Moore could have 1) kept quiet until the facts were all in, or 2) tweeted out that she was praying for truth to be revealed and for all involved to be healed through Jesus Christ. But she didn’t.

Kavanaugh was found innocent of all charges given the lack of evidence in support of Ford’s ­accusations. There was no evidence that Ford and Kavanaugh had ever met. There was no corroboration for the party she described having ever taken place (much less the assault). And, Ford’s very own witness and childhood friend, Leland Keyser, said she completely lacked confidence in Ford or her, as Keyser said, “tale.” But perhaps the worst evidence against Ford came from her father who went out of his way to ­offer support to Kavanaugh. But because Ford cried RAPE, Beth Moore wanted to get right in there and defend the poor woman. Truth didn’t matter. Innocent until proven guilty didn’t matter. And the fact the Kavanaugh would be a pro-life Supreme Court Judge didn’t matter.

Then there’s that horrific Welcoming the Stranger video by World Relief–a known Soros-funded foundation. Jenny Yang, a Democrat and former lobbyist, produced the video and invited Beth Moore to take part.

No need to go into it all here, but the bottom line is that DACA dreamers and illegal immigrants are not the innocent, powerless strangers Jesus is referencing in Matthew 25. In fact, they are just the opposite. Arizona alone states that illegal immigrants between the ages of 15-30 are 20 times more likely to commit violent crimes in the US than citizen peers. And she speaks out against building border walls when she herself lives in a gated community with tight security. That’s more than just a little hypocritical.
Moore self-describes as inclusive, “I’m pro-life, too…but I believe in pro-all-of-life from conception to the grave, including every ethnicity, because I believe that’s the way of the gospel of Jesus Christ. I don’t see either party representing pro-all-life which I find to be an enormous quandary.”
Huh? Because of Trump we have the lowest unemployment for blacks and Hispanics in US history. Trump has passed the greatest advocate policies that support working families including making childcare more affordable/accessible in the history of our nation! Thanks to President Trump his polices are especially helping lower income families. And he has one of the most diverse White House staffs in my lifetime–including ethnic and gender diversity. And what about his pro-life policies that have saved thousands of ethnic children? Donald Trump is as “pro-all-life” as you can get.
And finally, there’s Alabama Senator Doug Jones. Doug Jones is a Democrat, liberal, left-leaning and pro-abortion. Jones said, “To be clear, I fully support a woman’s freedom to choose what happens to her own body. That is an intensely, intensely personal decision that only she, in consultation with her god [sic], her doctor, her partner or family, that’s her choice.”
As you may recall, Jones beat out Republican Roy Moore, pro-life, who had been accused of sexual misconduct with a 14-year-old girl–the alleged event took place 35 years ago. Jones won 48.9% to Roy’s 48.4%.
When the sexual misconduct allegations were broadcast, Beth took to social media once again shaming women who would dare vote for Moore.
Alabama is home to Church of the Highlands, the second largest church in the US. They use Beth Moore Bible studies for all their women’s groups and even promote Beth Moore materials on their website. It doesn’t take a statistician to realize that Beth Moore’s staunch opposition to Roy Moore’s election to the Senate swayed the most powerful voting base in that formerly red state.
After the results were announced in 2017, women asked Beth how she could support a pro-abortion senator like Jones?
Beth Moore replied, “I get it. I’m prolife too. But we are now faced with a powerful poignant challenge: to place our trust steadfastly & ferociously in God & pray our hearts out for a plummeting in abortion, believing God to show his mighty saving hand. Prayer works. There’s nothing He can’t do.”
Well if there’s nothing God can’t do, then why couldn’t God redeem the heart of Roy Moore? Why couldn’t the good citizens of Alabama vote in a pro-life senator? How does that work? And now with the impeachment proceedings, it sure would have been good to have a Republican senator from Alabama in the chamber.
It grieves me to think of the millions of women around the world who sit at the feet of Beth Moore. Ladies, do we really want to study the Bible with a woman who is neither theologically trained nor doctrinally reliable? The fact is, Beth Moore is a woke, liberal, social justice warrior, who seems to be more concerned with hashtags than truth. She appears to be more concerned about being politically correct than biblically correct. And I’m afraid that when it comes to a Beth Moore Bible study, “Darlin’ I just don’t think they’re the group for me.” Peace.

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53910. Greg Will said,
January 26th, 2020 at 2:30 pm

Thank you Teri. So well said, needs to be said far and wide. Unfortunately most people that would read this would either shrug it off or be very unhappy about what you wrote. Thank you for your discernment and your being willing to be guided by the Holy Spirit. God bless.

53911. dvonnamomma said,
January 26th, 2020 at 5:17 pm

I have participated in more than one Beth Moore Bible study and have loved every one. Over the last months, I have seen a side of Beth that shocks and concerns me. She now seems to have been drawn aside from Scripture to now focus on political correctness. She appears to have moved from compassion and forgiveness to retribution and judgment. My concern is, given her wide scope of influence, how many people will follow her from a life focused on Scripture to a life focused on hashtags and quick judgments?

53912. Lana said,
January 26th, 2020 at 10:26 pm

Thanks for sharing this! Well written, hoping women can see truth.

53914. Sotrue said,
January 28th, 2020 at 11:33 am

I’ve been surrounded by Beth Moore fans for years but for some reason I held back. Now I know why.

53915. gmk.julie said,
January 28th, 2020 at 4:20 pm

Thank you for caring more about murdered babies than the personal attacks that will inevitably come against you as a result of this article.

53916. Babs said,
January 28th, 2020 at 6:05 pm

Thank you for sharing your story. I’m so glad that you were saved out of your waywardness. I’m sorry that happened to you.

This makes me wonder how many other people were shunned in a similar way by Beth because they didn’t meet her aesthetic standards – and were turned off from following Christ because of it?

53917. Dawn S. said,
January 28th, 2020 at 8:21 pm

Great article Teri, your perspective shows that little has changed in Beth’s world over the years. Years ago I participated in her Bible studies and even worked on her LPM campaigns. Her “ministry” appeals to the women who have a need to “belong”. I was one of them too. The more I studied for myself the less I wanted to be one of her posse.
It’s been years, and I am so thankful God lead me away from her emotional, phoney tactics of teaching. Thank you for your obedience in writing this article.

53919. LisaBear said,
January 28th, 2020 at 9:36 pm

I too have never been able to jump on the Beth Moore bandwagon……this article confirmed that discernment. I wish I could print this blog in every newspaper in a Canada…….

53922. Anna Jane said,
January 29th, 2020 at 9:53 am

I’m inspired by your obedience (and courage!) to share this. And boy, what a hot mess we fall into when we forget or select not to place Biblical correctness over political correctness.

53926. Tara Lynn said,
January 29th, 2020 at 10:18 pm


Thank you for being obedient to God’s call on your heart. I know that wasn’t easy. However, maybe what you have shared will help others see that, sadly, Beth Moore is leading women in the wrong direction.
I’ve been there. I did her studies, attended conferences in different states, even sat in the studio audience for several of her show tapings. She frequently made connections, or derived “deeper” meaning, in scripture that I simply could not see. Instead of questioning her, I blamed myself. Ultimately, listening to her didn’t strengthen my faith but added to a longterm struggle with it.
Twitter has definitely illuminated the snarky, rebellious, elitist side of her. What many women do not realize is that Beth isn’t promoting a relationship with God, she’s promoting HER relationship with God. She needs to feel special. To feel she has a relationship with God everyone wants. And she’ll let you into her and God’s club if you’ll admire her.
Tragically, I think many of the women who follow her believe that lie without realizing it. That she’s the gateway, instead of understanding that the Holy Spirit is with and for all of God’s children. Seek and you will find. No Beth Moore needed.


53927. Yakva said,
January 29th, 2020 at 10:22 pm

Thank you for this article! Stand firm! God bless you.

53930. roberta gabor said,
January 30th, 2020 at 2:41 pm

I’m sorry, I don’t know who Beth Moore is, but the story makes for thoughtful consideration. I was just reminded of one of the ten commandments which states, “Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain.” I think when people preach or claim to be true followers of Christ and extend an invitation to people to receive Christ they should be right with God themselves. The young seeker of Christ was coming for help and was treated in a most unChristlike way. I think the councilor was taking God’s name in vain. The message she gave to the young woman was not the message of salvation. I’m glad this young woman found Christ or actually was found of Christ.

53934. Debe said,
January 30th, 2020 at 7:23 pm

Very well stated. Thank you so much! I truly appreciate your taking the time to share, and I pray that many others will take the time to read it. Hopefully they will recognize what has been taking place … sadly many are being deceived just as Scripture warns us about (Matthew 24, Romans 16, Ephesians 4, 1st Timothy 4, 2nd Timothy 3, etc.). We must never allow ourselves to ‘idolize or revere excessively’ any person or ministry. But, we must be cautious, praying for wisdom and discernment and being VERY careful to not take our focus off of Christ alone!!

Knowing what God’s Word says for ourselves is crucial and so important. 1st Timothy 4:16 tells us, “Watch your life and doctrine closely. Persevere in them, because if you do, you will save both yourself and your hearers.” If we don’t, we will be led astray without realizing what happened, which is satan’s plan. This is spiritual warfare, and our job is to pray, pray more, and pray more fervently for one another and ourselves, and especially for those who are being led astray!!

The only real change will happen through the power of God and His Holy Spirit, and our part of this is to lovingly and humbly encourage others to stay in God’s Word for themselves, obey what it says, and pray. We must all PRAY!!! Real prayer – alone in our prayer closets on our knees!!! Time is so short, and we don’t have time to waste! We can always be 100% certain that we will NEVER regret time spent in prayer!!!

53940. Cheryl said,
January 31st, 2020 at 12:11 am

I am SO thankful to find your post tonight. You speak SO much truth here, and it is high time the truth is spoken about this woman. I have never been drawn into her deception, thank the Lord, and even when I did try to listen to her, my spirit recoiled. In addition to all you have shared here, I recently heard that she went back and took out certain parts of a book she wrote years ago that was crying out against the sin of homosexuality. I wouldn’t have believed this, but it came through an extremely reliable source, American Family Association (you can read the article at this link: It is so unbelievable to me to see how so many women seem to have no spiritual discernment to be able to see through this woman. It seems like we are, so often, just like lemmings, following the loudest voice without seeking God and trying the spirits of those who are making so much noise. Just because everyone in the world seems to be following someone does not mean they are of God. I am just so very thankful for this post and the time and care you put into it. God bless you for swimming against the tide and speaking the truth.

53941. Cheryl said,
January 31st, 2020 at 12:13 am

Oh, my goodness. I am SO thankful to find your post tonight. You speak SO much truth here, and it is high time the truth is spoken about this woman. I have never been drawn into her deception, thank the Lord, and even when I did try to listen to her, my spirit recoiled. In addition to all you have shared here, I recently heard that she went back and took out certain parts of a book she wrote years ago that was crying out against the sin of homosexuality. I wouldn’t have believed this, but it came through an extremely reliable source, American Family Association (you can read the article at this link: It is so unbelievable to me to see how so many women seem to have no spiritual discernment to be able to see through this woman. It seems like we are, so often, just like lemmings, following the loudest voice without seeking God and trying the spirits of those who are making so much noise. Just because everyone in the world seems to be following someone does not mean they are of God. I am just so very thankful for this post and the time and care you put into it. God bless you for swimming against the tide and speaking the truth.

53942. CN said,
January 31st, 2020 at 6:10 am

I am so sorry for how you were treated. Church ladies (and girls) can be so cruel. I’m thankful that you see God’s hand in it and that He kept wooing you. Thank you.

Would you have written this if she hadn’t gone #judgemode or whatever that is on Twitter? (My guess is “no”)

I’ve always been nervous about her. I won’t lead her studies or go to another live event (went once… made me more nervous). So again, thank you.

As for Trump, my Bible says to submit to authorities because He is sovereign and they are only there because He allowed it. Do we have to agree with every decision? No. God didn’t place us as POTUS. We should pray… For any leader. He could literally be used by God to bring all the world to knowing faith in Jesus and some would attack how he did it. (Or how God did it, if we are Biblical).

Praying for you. Sharing your work.
Christ is all.

53943. TAS said,
January 31st, 2020 at 8:10 am

Thank you for explaining this. I drank the Beth Moore Koolaide when she first started. I have defended her right as a women to teach The Word. I am saddened that she has not allowed the Word she teaches to grow her up in Godliness. I watched the Trump tapes several times. He said “When you are a star they “LET” you do it.- which is true, they LET him. He was talking about women who wanted attention in that way. If you watch the whole tape, someone blurred the point where the door opened and someone got off, makes you wonder what liberal they were protecting. After they got off the bus Billy Bush acted soooo much worse with that women than Trump did, Trump was actually respectful. I am so amazed Billy Bush did not get the backlash he was in line for. Beth Moore has talked about her checkered pass- she says she was no saint even after she “was a Christian.” If she does not have any discernment to see the reality of what happened on that bus with Trump and make a connection with her own sins she has her head in the sand.

53945. Qualli said,
January 31st, 2020 at 10:07 pm

Yep! Agreed.
My story is similar to many of the responses. I once was thrilled to walk alongside of her, immersed in Bible study. She taught in such a way that brought it to life for me. But the truth is that the life of the Word comes from the Holy Spirit, not from the teacher. I am grateful for being taught a deeper level of Bible study and oddly, in this case some of the scriptures she once highlighted debunk her more recent political rants.
So here is my political rant: There seems to be a leftist fear of Trump. There certainly was a fear of Obama on the other side of the isle. In the Beth Moore’s Bible study of the book of Daniel, she developed a little rhyme to help us keep track of the different chapters. The one that stuck with me the most, “Daniel 10: Where’s the Angel Been?” In this chapter, an angel comes to Daniel in a vision. He assures him that his prayers were heard but that he’d been delayed by the prince of Persia (the angel’s assignment). Read that again. The angel was delayed because of the king and even says he “must return to fight with the prince of Persia..” (Daniel 10:13 & 20, NKJV) It seems that princes and those in authority have angels assigned to them even fighting with them when needed. It’s this scripture that has kept me from fearing whoever is the US President. This person has an angel! A higher power, a watchman, a Restrainer even. Praise God!
I’m sad that her voice has become like that of a clanging cymbal. I have become so discouraged by tweets from her that I have stopped reading any. They have become tweets of pot-stirring and are confusing at times. There’s a stab, followed by morning Word from her devotion, followed by something silly. Clang, clang, clang. Those stabs and moments of silliness have unfortunately discredited her in many of our eyes.
Thank you for writing your experience and story, Ms. McCarthy. I’m so sorry no one prayed with you that night. May we always take an opportunity to do so.

53950. DAdemola said,
February 1st, 2020 at 11:23 am

A necessary read, today. One of the biggest dangers in the church doesn’t come from outright heretics, but from people who profess to believe orthodox things while mixing those in with unorthodox things. Moore is one such example. I don’t doubt her confession of faith, but her inability to stand firm on Biblical teaching (for example, her backtracking on Biblical sexuality), as well as her refusal to exegete passages on church leadership accurately, as well as her mingling observations on Scripture which come from her own personal revelation, are harmful to the congregation of believers. Thanks for calling this out.

53953. Bevebrock said,
February 2nd, 2020 at 7:11 am

Thank you. I love Beth & in the past did many of her studies. However, I’ve not followed her in recent years. I just started following her on social media & it has been a real eye opener. I’ve been appalled as I’ve gone through her past posts. I’ve done research & am sickened by some of her past decisions. It appears elitism has reared its ugly head. I will not be informed by any celebrity, Christian or otherwise, on how I should think or vote. Why in the world do celebrities believe they have the right to go beyond their field of expertise to try to influence others? Or to slander someone in a field that is not even their own stomping ground? I still love Beth, but I cannot follow her as a good solid bible teacher any longer. The word of God says we are to test teachers, not blindly follow…I fear too many do just that. Again, thank you for writing this, for not blindly following…bless you.

53968. Jrnisly95 said,
February 6th, 2020 at 7:15 pm

Thank you Teri for sharing your story. I have in the past been a Beth Moore fan however I am no longer because I have seen a change in her attitude and humbleness. It’s a shame that notoriety gets in the way of Gods work.

54033. DiGraceNY said,
February 23rd, 2020 at 10:34 am

I found this blog post on your Twitter feed and immediately retweeted it. Beth Moore has never held much appeal for me and I always considered that to be a personal preference. I enjoy solid Bible study without all the emotion. However, it’s obvious she has become “Progressive” in her spiritual and political leanings. I have no problem with women Bible teachers, apologists etc. but I’m wondering if some including Beth are turning Left because of the flack they get from certain Evangelical ministers. It’s tragic due to her immense influence that she has become spokesperson for religious, left-wing Progressives.

54035. DiGraceNY said,
February 23rd, 2020 at 6:59 pm

Spelling police alert: I spelled flak as flack. Flak is the correct spelling. 🙂

54036. admin said,
February 23rd, 2020 at 8:04 pm

You’re adorable!!

54369. Carolyn said,
May 28th, 2020 at 5:37 pm

I could never feel right about her, something is just off. Now I understand why. Thank you, Lord for discernment. I think DIGraceNY said it perfectly.

54931. Tigerbalm said,
September 2nd, 2020 at 10:03 pm

This post helped to confirm my misgivings about Moore. It is clear that her personal issues have poisoned her perceptions. There is pressure for Christian women to “just LOVE” her but I could never identify with her schtick. Thank you for sharing your story. I feel so relieved that other people see that she is “off” too.

54956. Sraes said,
September 11th, 2020 at 4:02 pm

I will say Beth’s book Praying Gods Word was helpful and instructional tool teaching me to do that. God’s Word does not return void. I’m so sad just recently learning what she is using her
Public platform and influence for. Our country is in a tremendous spiritual battle. The church should be united in fighting it, but is divided and In opposition over issues. I’ve been stunned and saddened. Please pray for our country. Please pray that our brothers and sisters in Christ have discernment. What is it about having a following that corrupts the personality and opinion of self? Pride I guess. Sigh.
I need daily, hourly help with Psalm 19:14. Help us all Heavenly Father.

55017. Shannon said,
September 28th, 2020 at 7:58 pm

I’ve done several Beth Moore bible studies and attended several conferences. She is visual teacher and I’m a visual learner. I believe the majority of things I’ve learned were solid. I know how to check my own bible and other teachers and references but someone brought it to my attention to check out her tweets and like several of you have posted I was shocked and saddened. It seems Beth has turned into a very mean girl and sadly her daughters too. I was surprised at the lack of any kind of forgiveness, lack of respect. Reading her tweets was like reading something so foreign from what I’ve read of her past writing. For example the national day of prayer on 9/26-THOUSANDS- of Christians praying for healing and revival in this country and what she(Beth) posted was a clip from a movie of a woman saying “We’re all going to hell in a hand basket” and then several vague references how everyone there was racist,nationalist, and endangering people for being in a big group. Anyway I’m sorry she treated you like that Dr. Mccarthy this blog was an eye opener.

55186. Laura said,
November 14th, 2020 at 8:48 pm

I attended my first Beth Moore conference many years ago in a giant coliseum that was sold out. It was nearly impossible to find two seats together for my friend and myself. The music was soaring, uplifting, and the experience of praising God with those many thousands of women was a moment worth remembering. I left feeling like I could be Beth’s friend! She was so relatable, so funny. My primary attraction to her? She spoke like God was having conversations with her, and I wanted to hear his voice that clearly too. I imagine I was not the only one there who felt the same way, misguided as I was. If she could have that sort of relationship with God, then surely I could too.

Fast forward many years…and my perspective is entirely different. I became a serious student of God’s word, and have come to know God in my own limited way not through divine conversations in my head, but through the quiet discernment of the Holy Spirit as God reveals himself in scripture, in the sermons I hear on Sundays from a godly pastor, and in the books I read that are recognized as solid in their theology. And, over the years I haven’t met one other Christian who have similar two-way conversations with God like Beth Moore seems to have. Red flag #1.

Beth Moore keeps strange company. She affiliates herself with wealthy, popular mega church false teachers like Joel Osteen, Joyce Meyer…Hillsong and Bethel. Red flag #2

Beth Moore promotes her opinions far more than she brings the gospel of saving grace to this needy world. Instead of using her voice to give people what they really need (Jesus), she uses it to state her opinions about politics and social issues. Red flag #3

These three things alone should alert any Christian woman to steer clear. We need to pray for Beth Moore and for the people she influences. I fear her messages have become the doctrine of Beth Moore and not of the bible.

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