If you are bound by a life-controlling sin, dont suffer in silence. Former Charisma Editor J. Lee Grady reminds us that salvation includes freedom from spiritual bondage.
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Terry Jones says hes on a mission from God. But former Charisma Editor J. Lee Grady explains why Scripture doesn't support Jones' hate speech.
In todays hot-headed presidential debate, former Charisma editor J. Lee Grady says it might be better for some of us to keep our mouths shut. He explains why.
The world is littered with small cults, but a much larger one is growing in the United States. J. Lee Grady says numerous Americans are following this new "religion." Are you one?
There is much negative talk among Christians today about the habits and values of the emerging generation, but J. Lee Grady is encouraged about the future of the church after meeting these upcoming leaders.
Many Christians today are deeply discouraged about the condition of our country. Former Charisma Editor J. Lee Grady offers prayer points for a national revival.
A big percentage of ministry funds from the U.S. go down the drain because of corruption. Former Charisma Editor J. Lee Grady offers simple guidelines to help Christians make wise giving decisions. Don't miss this.
J. Lee Grady explains how a visit to a leper colony in India brought him face-to-face with his unwillingness to love.
When was the last time you complained about something material? Find out what J. Lee Grady says Third World children can teach Western Christians about Christ.
Please dont ignore the mandate to disciple young people, J. Lee Grady pleads. He says our lack of discipleship of youth has created a generational breakdown. Find out what he thinks the solution is.
A breakthrough is waiting for those who persevere. If you've stopped praying, J. Lee Grady encourages you to receive fresh grace to pray again.
The church doesnt have to stay stuck in a time warp. The Holy Spirit can help us change.
Chris Oyakhilome, a popular African preacher with questionable credentials, is sparking international concern.
The election of a black leader for the Southern Baptist Convention is a huge step forward. But we still have a long way to go.
Dont rush to judge Creflo Dollar. But dont rush to judge his teenage daughter, either.
The Bible tells men to treat their wives as equals. But in a machismo culture, this is easier said than done.
Whenever I travel to Latin America I usually carry a pair of handcuffs in my suitcase. I use them as a visual aid when I’m preaching about the machismo attitude that is so prevalent in that region. I remind everyone in the audience that esposa, the word for wife in Spanish, is the same word used for handcuffs.
Esposas. Why would the word for wife be the same word for a form of bondage? Because women in many Latin countries suffer unthinkable abuse in the home. Puerto Rico, where I spoke last week, has one of the highest rates of domestic violence in Latin America, and many women die there every year at the hands of their partners.
I’d rather invest in a few emerging leaders than preach to crowds of thousands. Here’s why.
Once when I was traveling in India a pastor made a tempting proposal. “If you come to our city, we will stage a big evangelistic campaign and invite thousands,” he said. “You can preach to all of them.” This man assumed I would be intrigued. After all, I could take photos of the big crowds and use them to brag later about how many people made decisions for Christ.
I didn’t accept the offer. Instead I gave the man a second option. “Let me spend three days with a small group of pastors,” I said. “Let me encourage them, and then they can go out and preach at the big meetings. They will do a much better job than I could.”