Author Archives: Jan-Aage Torp

About Jan-Aage Torp

Jan-Aage Torp - married to Aina; born in Japan; raised in Thailand; educated in USA; President for European Apostolic Leaders (EAL); Chairman of Christian Coalition World (KKN); Pastors Oslochurch with Aina.

Queen Esther, a Role Model for Women Liberators of the 21st Century

In the huge human rights struggles in Norway and Europe for the sanctity of life, marriage, and family, men and women need encouragement from the great liberators of history. There is hardly any better role model for women and men … Continue reading

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Hear my Message on Justice

Pastor Jan-Aage Torp, translated by his wife, Aina, spoke yesterday in Oslochurch on God´s Love and Justice. Listen to the audio recording here:

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Absalom, the son of King David

On December 2nd, 2015 I wrote a blog article called «The Revengeful Father?» I conveyed that revenge is never the way of a true father. That was almost three years ago, and I am even more convinced today. Although I … Continue reading

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The Tears and Despair of Rev. Øyvind Fragell

In 1975 – when I was 17 – I met Rev. Øyvind Fragell (1914-1993) for the first time. He was a beloved minister in Norway´s Pentecostal Movement who wrote some of the most heart-warming and tender songs about our relationship … Continue reading

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May 1st marks the Coming to Life

Aina & I have been seeking God together today on May 1st, and God has spoken to us about today marking the beginning of the next phase of our life and ministry. May 1st is a day to say farewell … Continue reading

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Waning Criticism from the «God-hater», Levi Fragell

I am somewhat amused by some of the severe criticism of me from the waning and almost obsolete anti-Christian, aggressive secular humanist group in Norway, connected to the Norwegian Humanist Association. They are being pumped on a daily basis by … Continue reading

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Celebrating the Values of Norway’s Constitution – 203 Years after

You might have heard of “Eidsvolds Plass”, the round, park-like place in front of the two lion-statues that guard the main entrance to “Stortinget” (Parliament) in the beautiful downtown area of Oslo. This is the place where almost daily demonstrations … Continue reading

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