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New Wine Flows in France

Some people thought it couldn't happen here. But in a nation mired in religious and philosophical tradition, a season of spiritual refreshing has begun.

A Cry from South of the Border

A lively charismatic church in Mexico City set out to provide social services to its community. But today it is shaking an entire nation.

A Youth Explosion in the Ukraine

They call it vybukh, or 'explosion.' It's the best word to describe what the Holy Spirit is doing among youth in Ukraine, where most churches have been ill-prepared to meet the needs of troubled teen-agers.

Is It a Church Or a Campus Cult?

Concerned parents are alarmed that the International Church of Christ tells vulnerable students they must be baptized in their churches and follow their strict rules to find salvation.

The Man Who Dreamed BIG

David Yonggi Cho, pastor of the world's largest church, has set his sights on planting new churches in Korea and Japan. PLUS: David du Plessis, Jimmy Swaggart

He's Still Not Afraid to Confront

Fred Price has never been known for his tact. At 68, he's still challenging the status quo from his megachurch in Los Angeles. PLUS: Kenneth Hagin Sr., Larry Lea, Kathryn Kuhlman

He's Doing His Father's Business

As Joel Osteen steps into the role as pastor of Lakewood Church in Houston, he carries on a dynamic legacy his father left behind. PLUS: Loren Cunningham, Terry Fullman, Demos Shakarian

He's Still on a Crusade

Evangelist Benny Hinn still has his share of critics, but he's as determined as ever to take his message where the gospel has never been preached. PLUS: Amy Grant, Mom and Pop Winans

She Found the Grace To Forgive

Marte Tilton, the ex-wife of televangelist Robert Tilton, is candid about the pain she walked through after her 1993 divorce. PLUS: Rosey Grier, Dennis Bennett, John Wimber

He Always Had The Last Word

Charisma columnist Jamie Buckingham died in 1992, but his writings still reach millions today.

Still Happy After All These Years

Charles and Frances Hunter have ministered together from the moment they were married on New Year's Day 1970. Thirty years later, their love is stronger than ever. PLUS: Catherine Marshall

Look What the Lord Has Done

Stephen Strang was a young newspaper reporter in Florida when he started a tiny church magazine 25 years ago. Today his company has become a leader in Christian publishing.

Let's Get Interactive

We've been mailing magazines to our readers for 25 years. Now it's your turn! We want to hear from all of you.

A Glimmer of Hope In Denmark

In Copenhagen, Denmark--the unofficial capital of the workld's hippie movement--visitors fins all the free drugs they want. yet in this place where morals don't apply, a few radical Christians are offering an alternative.

The Man Who Asked God For More

He's best known as the man God used to start the Toronto Blessing in Canada in 1994. Today revivalist Randy Clark is spreading sparks from that fire all over the world.

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