Dear Fellow Christians,

I am excited to announce the publication of new research into the Jesus Calling series: Christian Journaling or Psychic Channeling? This book distills years of text analysis into a summary format that can be digested in an afternoon, yet is comprehensive enough to serve as an invaluable reference for further study.

Allow me to highlight two aspects I think you will find particularly useful. First, the easy-to-browse reference section (Chapter 5) allows you to directly compare passages from Jesus Calling devotionals with corresponding passages from occult texts. Second, the chapters are carefully organized to highlight occult themes that can be difficult to discern from individual devotionals, but emerge clearly when looking at the Jesus Calling series as a whole.

If you find this research helpful, please let others know that it may be read for free here on our website.

Thank you, and God bless!

—Chris Lawson

Christian Journaling or Psychic Channeling?


tingles . . . warmth . . . a soft breeze across your cheek . . . a gentle touch . . . a quiet whisper . . . a caress . . . a loving face . . . a kiss . . . a presence hovering over your shoulder . . . a figure beckoning you to follow

(pp. 88-93, 125)

In the world of psychic channeling, these sensations are known as “calling cards” — physical, visual, or audible signs of a spirit guide’s presence. So why are Sarah Young’s readers conditioned to welcome these sensations as genuine experiences of Jesus Christ?

With over 40 million copies sold as of 2022, Jesus Calling and its sequels are influencing multitudes around the world. But what do they really teach? This book reveals hundreds of quotations from Young’s books that closely match quotations from channeling/mediumship books and invites readers to compare these messages against biblical Christianity.