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  • Abraham Gabriel Singbeh

  • Anita Dittman
  • Ann Marie

    Ann Marie is a former Catholic nun.

  • Berit Kjos

    Berit Kjos is a respected researcher, the author of many books and magazine articles, and a concerned parent (and grandparent) who has extensively studied religious trends, today’s social changes, the roots and branches of the United Nations, the rising worldwide management system, and—most alarming of all—the transformation of the church. Berit first became aware of New Age and occult influences in our society at a 1974 conference on holistic health. As a registered nurse, she was interested in methods of healing but soon discovered that the occult powers found in New Age methods brought bondage instead of true healing. Her research website is;

  • Bill Randles

    For over twenty years, Bill Randles researched and wrote about dangerous and unbiblical doctrines that have entered the church. His writings connect the dots between these false doctrines and Bible prophecy for the last days. Bill also wrote extensively about Israel and the Jews and God’s continued plan for them. He is the author of several books including God Remembers, War Against the Saints, A Sword in the Land, and Beware the New Prophets. He and his wife (who passed away in 2023) had six children and ten grandchildren and resided in Iowa where Bill was pastor of a local church fellowship for many years. He passed away in in January of 2022 at the age of 62.

  • Bob Kirkland

    Bob KirklandBob Kirkland, D.D. is a Baptist pastor from Ontario, Canada. In 1955, at the age of twelve, he received Jesus Christ as his personal Saviour. Bob explains that the Bible says, “If any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new” (2 Corinthians 5:17). For him, everything became new, especially a new burning desire to study the Word of God. At the writing of his biography, My Adventure in Christian Living, Bob was eighty years old and still has that burning desire to study His Word.

  • Carl Teichrib

    Carl Teichrib has authored specialized reports, book chapters, and approximately 200 articles and essays on globalization and its many subtopics. Over the years, he has been an accredited observer and/or participant in a variety of international events, including the United Nations Millennium Forum. Carl is a conference speaker and has given lectures across North America. He is also a guest on numerous radio talk shows, and his work has been utilized by a host of authors, commentators, and media personalities. He lives in western Canada with his wife and children.

  • Carolyn A. Greene
  • Caryl Matrisciana

    Caryl Matrisciana grew up in India. Later, as a young adult, she lived in England and became heavily involved in the New Age movement. After becoming a Christian, she devoted her life to producing documentaries to help others see the dangers of the New Age/New Spirituality movement. Caryl passed away in 2016, but her work continues ministering to people around the world.

  • Chris Lawson

    Chris Lawson is a missionary and an ordained pastor. He is the founder and president of Spiritual Research Network, Inc., a Christian outreach dedicated to proclaiming the Gospel and encouraging biblical discernment. You can visit his website where there is extensive research at:

  • Corrie ten Boom

    When Corrie ten Boom was in her early fifties, she and her family joined  the Dutch Underground Christian Resistance movement during World War II. Corrie’s autobiography The Hiding Place, describing those war years, is a book (and movie) that millions of people worldwide are familiar with. is the story of Corrie’s years prior to the commencement of World War II.

  • Dave Hunt

    Dave Hunt (1926-2013) is the founder of The Berean Call in Bend, Oregon. Dave’s impeccable research and recognized scholarship are based on in depth studies of original documents and publications, interviews with key experts from around the world, and extensive travel—including to South America, Australia, Europe and throughout the Middle East.

  • David Dombrowski

    David Dombrowski (English B.A. Portland State University) is the co-founder, chief editor, and acquisitions editor at Lighthouse Trails Publishing and Lighthouse Trails Research Project. He and his wife Deborah began Lighthouse Trails in 2002. Today, Lighthouse Trails represents over 35 authors throughout North America and the U.K.

  • Diet Eman

    Diet Eman (1920-2019) was a young woman when Hitler invaded Holland. When she saw the Jewish people being persecuted and murdered, she knew she had to do something. Together with her fiancé and other Dutch men and women, Diet joined the underground Christian resistance movement in order to help save the lives of Jews who were in danger of becoming victims of Hitler’s “final solution.”

  • Editors at Lighthouse Trails
  • Egerton Ryerson Young

    Egerton Ryerson Young was born at Smiths Falls, Ontario, Canada on April 7, 1840. After his education at the Normal School in Ontario and his ordination as a minister, he entered the ministry. When he was 27 years old, he received a commission to become a missionary to the Canadian Indians, first serving at the Norway House in the Northwest Territories. This launched his ministry, which lasted for many years, to the Canadian Indians whom he served faithfully with his wife, Elizabeth Bingham of Bradford, Ontario and their children.

  • Geneva Paulson

    Geneva Paulson is a mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. She has spent her life working with church youth of all ages and caring for patients at Tri-County Hospital. She loves to read, cook, and spend time with her large family. She and her husband live on a small farm near Eagle Bend, Minnesota, population 535. In their semi-retirement, they have beef cattle and enjoy raising a large garden and sharing the produce.

  • Georgi Vins

    Georgi Vins (1928-1998), a Baptist pastor living in the U.S.S.R., was 37-years-old the first time he was imprisoned for his faith in a Soviet prison camp. He left behind his wife, his children, and his church. Over the course of thirteen years, Pastor Vins spent a total of eight years in the gulags.

  • Gregory Reid

    Gregory R Reid, DD has conducted more than 250 training classes for criminal justice workers, police officers, probation departments, and other professionals since 1987. He has spoken extensively in churches nationwide on the dangers of occultism. Gregory worked with at-risk youth, including sexual abuse victims and occult-bound kids for many years. You may visit Greg's website to learn more about him:

  • Harry A. Ironside

    Harry (Henry) Ironside (1876-1951) was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He became involved in Christian ministry and evangelism at the age of eleven and was often called the boy preacher. His devotion to God’s Word and his desire to see many come to salvation through Christ never waned. At the age of 53, he became pastor of Moody Bible Church in Chicago, where he pastored for 19 years. Visit to read more by Dr. Ironside.

  • Johanna Michaelsen

    Johanna Michaelsen is a noted author, lecturer, and authority on the occult. Her internationally best-selling autobiography, The Beautiful Side of Evil, tells the story of her involvement with the occult, Yoga, Silva Mind Control, a well-known psychic surgeon in Mexico City, and her eventual rejections of all such practices.

  • John Caddock
  • John Foxe


  • John Lanagan

    John Lanagan is a writer and researcher and has helped to equip the church in the area of discernment for many years. His website is: He lives in the Pacific Northwest with his wife, Kristin.

  • Kevin Reeves

    Kevin Reeves has been a freelance writer for over twenty years. His articles and columns have been featured in various newspapers and magazines, including Alaskan Southeaster. His articles on heretical church movements have been translated into three languages. Kevin has lived in Alaska for many years with his wife, Kris, who passed away on March 10, 2023.

  • Kimberly Rae
  • Linda Harvey

    Linda is the founder and director of Mission America, a Christian pro-family organization tracking current cultural issues. The organization’s website is Linda is the author of many articles and reports and two books, Maybe He’s Not Gay: Another View on Homosexuality and Not My Child: Contemporary Paganism and the New Spirituality. She also speaks on radio and at conferences and other events.

  • Lois Putnam
  • Manning Johnson
  • Margaret Jean Tuininga
  • Maria Kneas

    Maria Kneas writes from experience, from a lifetime of needing God’s strength for the many challenges she has faced. As a result of these difficult times, Maria has paid close attention when preachers or authors or friends shared insights about receiving God’s strength, comfort, and encouragement. Through prayer and careful study of God’s Word, she has confirmed those things which are in accordance of the Scriptures.

  • Mary Danielsen

    A Word From Mary, About Mary: I have been a believer since 1981. Everything else before that is relatively meaningless. My heart has, from day one, always been toward the subject of Bible prophecy, and I have seen the Lord do amazing things in my life through simply studying the Word and applying it to my life. I am a wife, grandmother, and work full time in ministry. 

  • Michael Tays Carter
  • Mike Oppenheimer

    Mike Oppenheimer is the founder and director of Let Us Reason Ministries, which began in 1994. He has been researching and writing about spiritual deception in the church for many years. Mike was brought up Jewish, later spending many years in the New Age movement. He became a born-again Christian in the mid-’80s.  Mike lives in Hawaii with his wife and son.

  • Nanci Des Gerlaise

    Raised on a Métis settlement with fifteen brothers and sisters, Nanci’s childhood and young adult life was riddled with terrors that come with being the daughter and granddaughter of medicine men. Nanci’s book, Muddy Waters, tells the story of this Cree First Nations woman, who after years of struggle, oppression, and spiritual darkness found light and truth in the One who offered her freedom.

  • Patricia St. John
  • Patrick Crough

    Special Law Enforcement Agent Patrick Crough has over thirty years of law enforcement experience, including twenty years as a Major Crimes Investigator and Hostage Negotiator with the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office in Rochester, New York. Currently, he is a Special Agent for the Florida Department of Law Enforcement fighting against human trafficking and other exploitations of children and vulnerable individuals. 

  • Paul Wilkinson
  • Ray Yungen

    Ray Yungen, author, speaker, and research analyst, studied religious movements for over twenty-five years. His love for Jesus Christ and for people and his exuberance for life are reflected in his writing. He is the author of several books and booklets and lecture DVDs dealing with the New Age and mysticism, and how these relate to biblical prophecy and the church.

  • Richard & Linda Nathan

    Richard and Linda Nathan

  • Roger Oakland

    Roger Oakland is an author, lecturer, and the founder of Understand the Times, International. He has written several books and is featured in numerous documentary DVD films. Over the past 35 years, he has lectured in over 70 countries. He is also the founder of the Bryce Homes Program International, a missions program that ministers physically and spiritually to widows and children in several countries. His autobiography Let There Be Light chronicles his years as an evolutionist to becoming a creationist and then a believer in Jesus Christ.

  • Ruth Hunt

    Ruth Hunt is the wife of the late Dave Hunt, founder of The Berean Call in Bend, Oregon. Both Dave and Ruth went home to be with the Lord in 2013.

  • Sandy Simpson

    Sandy Simpson was a missionary in the Micronesian islands for many years where his family served. 

  • Susan Moore

    Susan Moore is a free-lance writer and researcher who has done editing, formatting, and researching for Lighthouse Trails and other discernment ministries, such as The Berean Call and Understand the Times, for many years.

  • T.A. McMahon

    T.A. McMahon is president and executive director of The Berean Call ministry, editor-in-chief and contributing writer for The Berean Call newsletter, co-author of The Seduction of Christianity, America: The Sorcerer’s New Apprentice, Understand the Times, and author of Showtime for the Sheep? and Temporal Delusion.

  • Tamara Hartzell
  • Tony Pearce

    Tony Pearce used to work as a school teacher north London and is now the pastor of The Bridge Christian Fellowship in Golders Green, London. He also produces the quarterly magazine, Light for the Last Days, giving up to date information on-issues relating to the return of the Messiah.

  • Warren B. Smith

    Warren B. Smith (B.A. University of Pennsylvania; M.S.W. Tulane University)—A free lance writer and community social worker who was formerly involved in the New Age movement. He has written extensively on the subject of spiritual deception and has spoken on radio, television, and at seminars and conferences. For more information about Warren's ministry and for contact and support information, click here.

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