I'm sure the kind of people that would listen to a video that is so falsely mislabeled not only have itching ears, but also would comment agreeing with those who put out this garbage. Heidi does not have any false doctrine that I am aware of. She does not teach tithing, or the false prosperity message. She does preach intimacy with Christ. I do not believe this is false doctrine. The Bible says that eternal life is knowing Christ so it is biblical. I saw that you posted a crazy article about a month ago where the writer had listed "intimacy with Christ" as one of the false teachings. That article was so flawed, but I was really shocked when I saw that in the list. We determine who are false teachers by their doctrines and not by videos made that misrepresent them.