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The Forgiveness Habit

Our relationships become healthier when we remember the message of the cross.

An Open Letter to Southern Baptists

The issue of spiritual gifts—particularly speaking in tongues—has divided charismatics and Baptists for too long. Can we talk together?

Out of the Baptist Box

Texas pastor Ed Young Jr. doesn’t fit anybody’s mold. He’s comfortable around charismatics and is refreshingly open to the gifts of the Holy Spirit.

The Legacy of a Humble Hero

John Wimber died 10 years ago. Today the Vineyard movement that he started is experiencing both pruning and new growth.

The Gospel & Global Warming

Whether the world’s climate is changing or not, the battle over global warming is heating up. How should the church respond to the environmental crisis?

Hope for the Wounded Soul

Claudia could not believe what she was seeing. Just moments before, her three children had been playing happily in the family room while she fixed lunch. Now her 2-year-old son, Isaac, was dangling eight inches off the ground, eyes glazed, face purple and swollen. He was hanging from the cord of the mini blinds.

Faith on Film

The upcoming release of C.S. Lewis’ Screwtape Letters is just one sign of the growing influence Christians are having on Hollywood.

Worship Goes Global

The British worship band Delirious is taking their high-octane praise to the nations.

Another Chapter, Another Song

Matthew Ward, once part of the music group 2nd Chapter of Acts, has battled cancer and life's dark times. But his music never stopped.

The Coming Great Awakening

It's true that America is in a desperate spiritual crisis. But I have assurance that we are on a collision course with God's revival power.

The New Cult of Atheism

Though atheism is still unpopular in the United States, the new book The God Delusion has made it more fashionable. The truth is that Richard Dawkins’ book, not the Bible, is the real delusion.

God Goes to Vegas

In a city known for its strippers and slot machines, the Holy Spirit is drawing thousands of people to a new charismatic church led by evangelist Benny Perez.

The Quiet Faith of Condoleezza Rice

Liberal politicians hate her policies. Critics of the Iraq War despise her loyalty to President Bush. But America’s most prominent woman in government says her faith in Christ is at the core of her identity.

The Spiritual Force Behind the Iraq War

While politicians argue about American policy in Iraq, author and evangelist mike evans is calling leaders to recognize the most serious threat to peace: radical islam in iran.

My Secret Stuggle

Many christians never talk about their quite battles with same-sex attraction. I decided that I had to be honest in order to find healing.

Standing for Freedom in Memphis

Apostle Alton R. Williams took a bold step when he built the 72-foot Statue of Liberation Through Christ on church property. Here’s how his church is claiming a city for God.

My Extreme Makeover

Like many American Christians, I needed to lose a lot of weight. Here’s how I shed 100 pounds—and lost a ton of unhealthy religious baggage in the process.

Hope for the Frozen Heart

Has your heart subtly grown cold? I know from personal experience that God can reignite His passion in you.
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