Janet Mills: Child Was Born Covered in Gold Dust!

Joshua Mills’ wife, Janet, joined Patricia King on Extreme Prophetic and spent her time discussing child birth.  Anyone familiar with Joshua Mills knows he has a knack for embellishing things.  His track record for spinning yarns is probably unmatched by anyone else in charismatic circles right now, and his wife seems to have picked up the nasty habit herself.  If you watch Janet and Joshua Mills for any length of time you will be fed a steady diet of mystical tall tales and glory dust.

Janet relays her own childbirth experience when she was pregnant with their son, Lincoln.  She says she declared God’s Word over her body, her baby, and even her baby’s destiny, and when she finally gave birth she had such a blessed delivery that not only did she not have pain, but the baby came out with gold dust all over him!!!  This is what you call “child birth in the glory.”  She says it was a sign and a wonder to the doctors and nurses involved.  King goes on to explain that we are delivered from the curse through Jesus Christ, therefore women are giving birth to their babies pain free!

All of these signs and wonders being batted about by Mills and King brings to mind what Jesus said about those who want signs and wonders as opposed to being like Abraham and taking God at His word.  He said a wicked and adulterous generation sought signs, but there would be no sign given to it but the sign of Jonah the prophet.  (Matthew 16:4)  If God’s Word spoken before through the prophets, and now through His Son (Hebrews 1:1-2), can’t bring truth to their hearts, what can signs and wonders do?  It reminds me of Thomas who said he wouldn’t believe unless he saw Jesus and actually touched his wounds.  Faith wasn’t enough for him, he had to see.  Jesus allowed him to experience this, but then told him that he only believed because he saw and touched Him…but those who have not seen and still believe are the ones who are blessed (John 20:29), for like Abraham, they believe God, and it is counted unto them for righteousness!  (Romans 4:3)

Going back to her son’s miraculous and pain free delivery, which King says is a sign that God is with him, King asks Janet if she had had gold dust manifestations before his birth, at which time Janet relays that both she and her husband had both had gold dust miracles before they were even married.  It was a part of both of their lifestyles, and now it has been transferred onto their son and now he’s walking in it, sometimes, in a greater level.  Their son is currently only seven-years-old. 

King asks Janet to tell about the first time they had the manifestation of the gold dust, and Janet tells this story:

“The very first time that I personally had the visitation was back in 1998, and there was an evangelist that came to our church in a small town in Canada, and when he began to minister, he was an evangelist, I mean he just won souls on a daily basis, and um, he came to the church and as he would be ministering, this gold manifestation would start appearing on him, all over the altar, all over the people in the congregation, and the immediate fruit that I saw was souls in harvest.  I saw a drug addict run out of that meeting under such conviction, go home and try to shoot up drugs, and the gold manifest on his arm.  He ran back to the church and gave his heart to Jesus Christ.  That was the first fruit, the immediate fruit that I saw with that manifestation, and I had no doubt about it.  It was totally God.  Just seeing the souls being saved, deliverance happening, and from that on we just believed whatever God wanted to do in us, we just wanted it.  And from 1998 onward, we’ve seen God do some unusual, extraordinary things, but it’s just been amazing seeing so much fruit.”  (Source)

They’ve seen unusual, extraordinary things, and instead of comparing it to Scripture, they took it for granted that it was from God and accepted it.  Is this how they weigh the doctrine they’ve embraced?  Apparently so, because it looks nothing like orthodox Christianity.  It looks nothing like the doctrine handed down through the apostles.  This is mysticism, bold and clear cut.  It doesn’t even disguise itself, and people accept it anyway.

Janet Mills says she began to have the gold dust manifestation a little in those meetings, but it continued to increase gradually until she and Joshua got married and then a couple of years afterwards really began to see an increase of that particular manifestation.  King had gushed earlier in the video that Mills and her husband had even awakened and their bed was full of gold dust.  There have been times, Mills claims, that the gold dust had covered their entire apartment, their Bibles, it would cover them as they were going through Wal-Mart, it would leave a trail down the hallway outside their apartment, and it would grow and actually start going into other people’s homes.  She says because of their busy work schedules, they wrote Haggai 2:6-9 on a piece of paper and hung it on their door so people would know this was a sign and a wonder from the Lord.

Haggai 2:6-9 says:

6 For thus saith the LORD of hosts; Yet once, it is a little while, and I will shake the heavens, and the earth, and the sea, and the dry land ;
7 And I will shake all nations, and the desire of all nations shall come: and I will fill this house with glory, saith the LORD of hosts.
8 The silver is mine, and the gold is mine, saith the LORD of hosts.
9 The glory of this latter house shall be greater than of the former, saith the LORD of hosts: and in this place will I give peace, saith the LORD of hosts.

Never mind that this passage of Scripture is talking about the rebuilding of the temple after the children of Israel were exiled in Babylon.  What’s a thing like context when you’ve got glory dust scattered around?

You know what I would do?  I’d hire a steam cleaning business to clean it up and send Janet Mills the bill.

There is much more on the video linked above.  Give it a watch and make sure to get out your credit or debit card and order the “Glory Baby Bundle,” which is “Childbirth in the Glory” by Janet Angela Mills, and “Psalm 23 for Kids” by Patricia King and Steve Swanson.  At regular price, it’s $36.00, but for a limited time it’s only $25.00, and by purchasing this bundle you can have your own pain free, supernatural childbirth in the glory!

Better yet, put your money away and open the Scriptures.  I guarantee that if you read it first-hand and don’t allow it to come filtered through such false teachers as Janet Mills and Patricia King, you will find infallible, life-saving truth, and you’ll save yourself $25.00 in the process.

28 thoughts on “Janet Mills: Child Was Born Covered in Gold Dust!

  1. Annunk

    You nailed it, man: “They’ve seen unusual, extraordinary things, and instead of comparing it to Scripture, they took it for granted that it was from God and accepted it. Is this how they weigh the doctrine they’ve embraced? Apparently so, because it looks nothing like orthodox Christianity. It looks nothing like the doctrine handed down through the apostles. This is mysticism, bold and clear cut. It doesn’t even disguise itself, and people accept it anyway.”

    And 1/2 of what they’re really trying to get away from IS ‘orthodox’ Christianity. They want MYSTICISM. Now that’s where it’s at. Why go by faith when you can hear it, see it, smell it now? With Contemplative prayer, you can get one on one with god. You don’t have to ‘walk by faith’ — he’ll tell you what to do and when if you’ll just spend 20 minutes of your time getting into that mental void where he can commune with you. (Lack of capitalization on purpose – because it isn’t God you’re communing with when you practice it.)

    Does Patricia King pal around with Benny Hinn or Todd Bentley? Just curious..

  2. Riles

    Patricia King was Bentley’s early spiritual mentor. They are both out of BC, he who did time for being part of a molestation ring, and she who is a former(?) witch. They are both part of the dominionist apostolic-prophetic charlatans led by C. Peter Wagner.

  3. Barry Boyd

    Bentley I would say watched 2 many episodes of the Flinstones with all the Bam stuff goin on,u remermber little Bam Bam right?Patricia King no relation 2 Martin or Don most likely watched one 2 many episodes of Bewitched.All the others connected 2 them probably watched 2 much loony tunes stuff when they were kids,cuz all the stuff they been teachin and passin off on the body of Christ 4 yrs. now comes right out of loony ville.Problem is tho that they have accumulated a following of loon’s all over the world who beleive this stuff and will support them right 2 the end even if it means their own destruction. I see so much similar behaviour between Israel of old and Christanity of 2 day and we all know what God did 2 Israel right?He’s gonna do it again only it will be with the church and christanity.

  4. Frank

    Well said Annunk. Scripture means nothing to these people. Except of course when it comes to padding their wallets and purses with money from the ignorant.

  5. Chrystal Post author

    I would love to interview her doctor and the nurses who assisted the delivery.

    If something as amazing as a baby being born covered in gold dust were to happen, you would think it would have made national or even world news.

    I’m guessing Janet Mills is so blessed that her womb must be coated in gold dust. I don’t know. It’s all ridiculous, to be honest.

  6. Annunk

    I subscribe to several medical-mags..never a mention at all… Guaranteed it would have been at least mentioned somewhere had it actually happened..but let’s not be too naive..

    This is right up there with people/teachers/false prophets saying they’ve been to the 3rd heaven….to talk face to face, one on one with God Himself…and oh my goodness, what an experience they had! And now Janet’s giving birth to gold plated babies. Shazam!

    In all seriousness, I think she needs to be drug and alcohol tested because right now she’s definitely falling under the category: reasonable suspicion; she is, after all, definitely under the influence of something – and it sure isn’t the Holy Spirit…

  7. Mike L

    My wife and I were just talking about this over dinner and we both just shook our heads in disbelief at how anyone could even begin to believe this crap has any foundation in truth. We are both just simply amazed that people would listen to her or to her reprobate husband. It is absolutely heart-breaking to see the total lack of discernment in the body of Christ. Well, that brings up another question. Are those who follow these heretics actually in the body of Christ?? I won’t make that call but it does beg to be asked. Jesus said His sheep would know His voice but what voice are these people hearing when they follow the likes of these wolves? It’s just really sad.

    I attribute part of this problem to lack of solid teaching from the pulpit too. One thing I like about Calvary Chapel is that we exegete the Word book by book, verse by verse. However, even that isn’t enough in my opinion. I think we need to have more teaching in the church (home groups, etc) that teach Bible doctrine and also expose the lies and falsehoods that are so prevalent in the church. I’m going to be teaching a class on Daniel, Revelation, and then hopefully on Bible doctrine and I’m really looking forward to teaching them and those two books in particular will allow me to really transition easily into end times false prophets, false teachers, doctrines of demons, and the like!! People need to know these things. Time is short. Satan is pulling out all the stops and false doctrine is coming right out into the light and becoming very much “in your face”. We need to uproot it from the church and expose it at every opportunity.

    In His service,


  8. Annunk

    Mike, go with God in your teaching the book of Daniel and Revelation. My pastor’s been covering the book of Revelation verse by verse for a while and we just finished up the 16th chapter tonight. I’m happy to be able to ‘read’ about God’s judgements on this earth rather than have to go thru them. That’s one earthquake CNN won’t be able to adequately cover…

    Home study groups are good but my work schedule never would allow it since I work the swing shift.. so I’m an advocate of Bible-based Sunday schools. Nothing like getting in some extra lesson before the lesson.

  9. Cop

    So am I to believe that

    Jesus was born in a barn,

    Moses was put in a basket in the river,


    and people fall for this?

    read your Bible, read your Bible, read your Bible.

  10. Bud Press

    Hi Mike L: You asked, “Are those who follow these heretics actually in the body of Christ??”

    That’s a good question that I feel needs to be addressed.

    Hi Chrystal, would you please start a new thread and name it something like, “Is it wrong to tell people they are going to hell?”

    God bless,
    Bud Press

  11. shane

    I wish my son would have been born covered in gold dust. Could have helped pay the doctor bills.
    Maybe we could have gotten endorsements for those gold buying places and made some more money to pay for diapers.

  12. IWTT

    Isn’t “gold dust” actually/possibly a form of judgement in the scriptures?

    After Moses came down with the tablets and saw the people worshipping the golden calf, doesn’t it say that he had the “golden” calf ground into “dust” and made the people drink it?

    Isn’t there a verse in Revelations that speaks of a great harlot covered in something that glittered and couldn’t that possibly be “gold dust”?

    It seems that these are the only two mentions of possible “gold dust” and they both were used in instances of judgement…

  13. Eli

    After Joshua and his sun-shades fish story, Patty King and her minty-green money angel, Joshua and the amazing tooth-cleaning miracle, NOTHING surprises me with these tall-tale’ers. you know, you’d think that at some point (!!) some of their followers would start to question these stories…you’d think.

  14. Daniel

    Mike L & Bud,

    I have to say that many of the followers of heretics (such as Joshua and Janet Mills and Patricia King) are definitely part of the body of Christ. I have several friends who have been taken in by false teachers (Benny Hinn, Todd Bentley, etc), and, whilst they are deceived, they are still Christians.

    But if you come to the place where your views of God and Jesus are so far removed from the Biblical ones, then it could be that you believe in a different God and a different Jesus. In this case you are no more a Christian that a Jehovah’s Witness or a Mormon is. (For the avoidance of doubt, that means you’re not a Christian). But the majority of people are not in that category.

    Please remember that many of the false teachers are, in the words of John MacArthur, “shameless frauds”, and God will hold these wolves to account for deceiving people. I believe completely that God will have mercy to the poor sheep that they have led astray.

  15. Mike L

    I got to thinking…I think the dust they saw was baby powder for the baby’s butt. Either that or it was dandruff from mom or dad.

    Gold dust…….ya, right. And I have some ocean-front property for them in Iowa. Pass the puke bag.

    In His service,


  16. Brian of the Hil People

    Let’s remember that scripture declares false teachers as a judgement from God against the people who want them.

  17. Mike L.

    Brian (of the Hil People),

    You are so very right and I’ve said that a number of times that these teachers are judgment from the Lord upon those who want exactly what these liars are spewing. Those with “itching ears” are getting exactly what they want as judgment from God. That being said, I believe there are those who are new Christians and those who just plain lack discernment that are true believers and are following these false teachers and false prophets and I also believe that the Lord will deliver them from their grip.

    Part of what we can do as discerning believers is to push hard in our own churches for things like newsletters and classes and such that teach solid bible doctrine and also expose liars while explaining why what they teach is wrong. People need to be taught and made aware. Case in point, I just spoke with the youth pastor at my church and he was totally unaware of anything wrong with Rick Warren. I quickly set him on the path to knowledge concerning Rick “Wile E. Coyote” Warren and recommended he have a book-burning party if he has any books by Mr. Warren. He was grateful for the insights and now I hope he will also join the bandwagon of those who wish to seek the truth completely and expose the liars and heretics along with their doctrines of devils.

    In His service,


  18. Daniel

    Mike L,

    Whilst I am not a fan of Rick Warren, as far as I know he holds orthodox Christian beliefs and doesn’t set out to deceive people in the way that other people mentioned here do. He’s our brother in Christ and I’d respectfully suggest that burning his books is completely out of order. Jesus said that the world will know that we are his disciples by our love to one another, but book-burning is an act of hatred and reminds people of some of the most brutal periods in history (eg Stalinist Russia and Nazi Germany). Is it really something that followers of Jesus should be doing?

  19. Bud Press


    You wrote in part that, “..book-burning is an act of hatred and reminds people of some of the most brutal periods in history (eg Stalinist Russia and Nazi Germany). Is it really something that followers of Jesus should be doing?”

    Followers of Jesus DID burn books. Here is the proof:

    “And many of those who practiced magic brought their books together and began burning them in the sight of everyone; and they counted up the price of them and found it fifty thousand pieces of silver. So the word of the Lord was growing mightily and prevailing” (Acts 19:19-20).

    Therefore, the act of burning books is Biblical.

    Daniel, you also wrote that, “Whilst I am not a fan of Rick Warren, as far as I know he holds orthodox Christian beliefs and doesn’t set out to deceive people in the way that other people mentioned here do.”

    I praise the Lord that you aren’t a fan of Rick Warren. However, may I suggest that before you assume that someone “holds orthodox Christian belief,” be objective and check them out–before defending them (see 1 Thessalonians 5:21-22).

    Mike L.’s comments on Rick Warren are justified.

    There is plenty of information on Rick Warren on this blog and my website (use the search window on this blog, then go to http://christianresearchservice.com/RickWarrenPurposeDriven.htm .

    Finally, Daniel, it is okay to have an opinion, and even disagree. But always have factual evidence to back up your statements. Doing so will prevent your words from returning to haunt you.

    Bud Press

  20. Mike L.

    Daniel, I could give you a list as long as a horse’s leg of the false doctrines and teachings of Mr. Warren. THAT is not the sign of an “orthodox” Christian or one who exercises even the remotest bit of discernment and proper application of the Word of God. Of course we can’t know a person’s heart but what we CAN know is their fruit. Warren’s fruit (doctrine, etc.) stinks of corruption and it is upon that evidence that I must make my observations as to his ministry. If the fruit of not there, I think a case could be made that the heart isn’t right either.

    In His service,


  21. Annunk

    Daniel and Bud Press,

    In lieu of: “And many of those who PRACTICED magic brought their books together and began burning them in the sight of everyone; and they counted up the price of them and found it fifty thousand pieces of silver. So the word of the Lord was growing mightily and prevailing” (Acts 19:19-20).

    Now that word “practiced” indicates that the ones burning their books had been involved in sorcery. Also, keep in mind — that was a couple thousand years ago. Is sorcery still practiced? If it is practiced now we’d call it witchcraft, wouldn’t we? So those of us who “practiced” witchcraft should burn our books – right? Well what about astrology, mysticism or New Age? Those would be modern day tems for sorcery – right?

    Rick Warren’s Purpose Driven is a recipe book for Contemplative spirituality. (If you haven’t read his book, you really might not totally understand this point.) But Contemplative prayer (also called Centering prayer) is highly New Age. It is, therefore, no different from sorcery.

    OK, so once I caught on to this privvy tidbit, I tossed my Purpose Driven Life right into the trash bin. (There’s a burn ban where I live.)

  22. Mike L.


    Good for you! There isn’t a better use on the earth for Rick Warren’s material (and many, many others) than as kindling for a nice, warm fire. And yes, we’d call a lot of this crap nowadays “New Age” and “witchcraft.” CS/M (Contemplative Spirituality/Meditation) as very much a New Age practice and Christians have no business with it. We are NEVER told in Scripture to “empty our minds” and let the “spirit” talk to us. We are to be in control of our mental faculties at all times and not releasing them to spiritual forces that we know nothing about. Jesus took away our sins; not our minds.

    For those of you who don’t know Pastor Ken Silva, you really need to go check out his outstanding website over at http://www.apprising.org and you will find information and stories on ALL of this crap creeping into evangelical Christian churches; stuff that needs to be exposed and REMOVED from the church. It’s invading at a break-neck pace and we can’t be spiritual ostriches sticking our head in the sand (or some other place it shouldn’t be).

    In His service,


  23. Annunk


    THANK YOU for that website. Excellent. I’ve never heard of pastor Ken Silva but this looks really good. Pastor Silva’s website needs to also list ‘Mike Bickle’ or ‘IHOP’ on its bad guys list on the right.

    It’s nice to see other groups are also acting as Bereans – which I’ve found is NOT a popular position in which to stand. I think that’s where you’re right about the spiritual ostriches.. Jesus warned us it would get bad, didn’t He?

  24. seeker3k

    Fools gold.

    Gold dust is probably a sign of a mammon annointing from a false christ (the devil dressed up in a white robe, blonde wig and blue contact lenses, giving an assurance “I love you and have a wonderful plan for your life”.

    People can be so gullible when the devil plays dressup.

    The devil once tempted Jesus Christ with mammon, and was declined:

    Matt 4:8-10 ….. the devil took him to a very high mountain and showed him all the kingdoms of the world and their splendor. “All this I will give you,” he said, “if you will bow down and worship me.”
    Jesus said to him, “Away from me, Satan! For it is written: ‘Worship the Lord your God, and serve him only.”

    Matthew 6:24 “No one can serve two masters; for either he will hate the one and love the other, or else he will be loyal to the one and despise the other. You cannot serve God and mammon.” (NKJV)

    “kingdoms of the world and their splendour” associates with symbols of worldly wealth, power, and control.

    The enticement the devil was giving is the same enticement as gold dust and jewels.

    It is an appeal to pride, greed, and coveting.

    It has the stench of the devil’s temptations about it.

    Since God has already warned in scripture about loving money and loving “the things of this world”, then he is not going to contradict himself and incite mammon fever by dropping gold and jewels from the sky.

    The sign of a true anointing from God is enduring through adversity whilst maintaining Godly character.

    In the present times it seems people are not attracted to the truth (and the cost that goes with that).

    They are more attracted to thrills, physical or spiritual.

    “Ministry time” in churches is often nothing more than “thrill time” to cancel out disappointment/depression with a buzz from a cosmic power.

    It won’t be the Holy Spirit, because scripture doesn’t support using him to get a thrill.

    He is the spirit of truth, not the spirit of thrills.

    He is the spirit of sound doctrine, because he authored the Bible through guiding its contributing writers.

    There is a lot of evangelism for a false Christ “ThrillJesus” going on.

    Rick Warren’s PurposeDrivenJesus is a false “New Age” christ.

    Church people excited about gold dust and jewels show their heart is tainted with an affection for mammon, which God has warned makes them an enemy of him.

    Patricia King and like minded heretics are enemies of God of Genesis 1:1 and friends of “the god of this age” (the devil masquerading as Jesus Christ).

    2 Cor 4:3-4 The god of this age has blinded the minds of unbelievers, so that they cannot see the light of the gospel of the glory of Christ, who is the image of God.

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