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); pastors Restoration Oslochurch with Aina.

Keys to keep yourself pure – by Surpresa Sithole

I was blessed by these keys for 2016 by Surpresa Sithole: 1. Take your thought captive 2. Keep the right company 3. Remain Christ centred 4. Pray and praise God all the time 5. Submit yourself to godly leadership 6. Put … Continue reading

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John Alvheim´s 10 Commandments for those that are targeted by Barnevernet

John Alvheim (1930-2005) was the Chairman of the Norwegian Parliament´s Social Committee in 1997-2005, and was undoubtedly regarded as the most trustworthy politician in our nation on social issues, across the party lines. He was particularly known for his defense … Continue reading

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Norwegian Psychologist Einar Salvesen tells the Grim Truth about Barnevernet

Natasha and Erik’s twins were taken away by Norway’s child protection service as soon as they were born. Now the family are fugitives in Poland, in a case that’s appalled psychologist Einar Salvesen, who writes on SBS Australia´s webpage: – There … Continue reading

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Norway´s Shameful Dismantling of Families

Australian SBS TV´s probing documentary, “Norway´s Stolen Children?” has just been aired globally on their Dateline program. I have watched it with tears in my eyes and bleeding in my heart. I have always known about the inherent flaws of … Continue reading

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“Pentecostalism: A Guide for the Perplexed”

This study of Pentecostalism by Regent University professor Wolfgang Vondey, “Pentecostalism: A Guide for the Perplexed” (T&T Clark 2012),  will be a great resource in the confusion in Norway and some Western nations about what Pentecostalism is really about. It sheds … Continue reading

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Massive Anti-Pentecostalism in the Norwegian Pentecostal Movement

It is tragic and noteworthy that there is a massive falling away from Pentecostal tenets of faith and charismatic practices in the Norwegian Pentecostal Movement. The movement that was the trigger for modern-day European Pentecostalism from 1906 onwards, under the … Continue reading

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When Fathers and Patriarchs are hammered, it proves Respect and Love

Being a father, whether biological, through adoption, or spiritually, is a fascinating mandate. The dream scenario is of perfect harmony, peace – on a Pacific island on sunny shores. But in the real world it is quite different. I get … Continue reading

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