Be Alert!

Be alert and of sober mind. Your enemy the devil prowls around like a roaring lion looking for someone to devour. 
                                                   1 Peter 5:8​

The mission of Be Alert is to help followers of Jesus Christ to “be alert” to the growing influence of neopaganism within society in general, and specifically to its deadly rise within the Church. This deadly philosophy is arising through the promotion of a non-historical, mystical brand of Christianity that is resulting in the rise of a “New Christianity.” This New Christianity is intent on leading the Church away from sound doctrine by promoting a belief system that more closely resembles the pagan religions of the world. Be Alert desires to help believers discern this deception through the promotion of books and other written materials on the subject, as well as through the scheduling of speaking engagements.


The process of accomplishing this mission is as follows:

1.     To educate the Church to recognize, understand, and respond to the growth of paganism on a global scale.

2.     To enable the Church to understand the growth of paganism in secular society and how to stand firm and effectively witness in an ever growing hostile climate.

3.     To help the Church to recognize and combat the threat of “paganization” through the promotion of an esoteric and mystical brand of Christianity influenced by a post-modern pagan version of it.

4.     To aid the Church in recognizing the Truth by exposing and understanding the Lie promoted by global paganism.

5.     To assist the Church to understand that there is a global religion on the rise based in syncretism, promoting a unity of a Oneness found in all religions. This syncretism will necessitate the absorption or eradication of historical Christianity and the Truth found within it.


Greg was born and raised in Greencastle, Indiana, where he taught history at the secondary level in the public schools. He holds a bachelor’s degree in history and a master’s degree in the social sciences. Along with his wife Shannon, he currently works as a college campus missionary/minister. In addition to his campus responsibilities, he is also an ordained minister and currently pastors a nondenominational, independent church. He and his wife have three sons, Micah, Joshua and Joel.