Since R.T. Kendall was touched by the Holy Spirit in 1955, this former Nazarene has become a beacon of charismatic renewal.
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At a time when homosexuality is widely embraced. tje Bible's message hasn't changed.
A generation of Christian leaders is passing from the scene today. If the younger generation is to take their place, we must learn the art of mentoring.
In the midst of tragedy and persecution, a vibrant underground church is growing in Iran.
After her own life had been scarred by abortion, Beverly Kline found Christ and began providing unwed Mohters - adn their babies - with protection and love.
Jesus said His followers would lay hands on the sick and see results. DO YOU BELIEVE HIS PROMISE?
Evangelist Joyce Rodgers never runs out of joy. But her positive outlook was forged in the fires of adversity.
Because Turkey is the backdrop for so much of the New Testament, traveling there opens a world of biblical understanding.
Neil Cole traded his pulpit for a patio table at a trendy California coffee shop--and started the first of his unusual churches.
Marijuana has long been known as the "gateway" drug.
At a unique Christian children's hospital in Oklahoma, the most fragile kids find a love that only God can provide.
Not all Christian causes are trustworthy. Here are some guidelines to help you decide whether a ministry deserves your support.
With his tattoos and earring, New York City preacher Rick Del Rio has redefined what it means to be Pentecostal.
Since the Ten Commandments aren't welcome in public schools today, Christian publishers have united to instill biblical values in the hearts of kids.
Many Christians struggle in their relationship with the Lord because they don't realize that He sincerely desires intimate fellowship.
Christian fiction isn't new, but today's faith-inspired novelists have created a new literary genre that has caught the attention of secular publishers.
Seven years ago R&B recording artist Pebbles traded celebrity for a life dedicated to Christ. Today Perri Reid is leading sinners to Jesus from her ministry base in Atlanta.
People have thrown bricks at Mina Paille to stop her from preaching. But this 80-year-old St. Louis woman can't be stopped.
In the sophisticated world of fine arts, classical musicians and professional artists are reaching their peers with the gospel.
Years ago theologian C. Peter Wagner fought with Pentecostals. But after an encounter with the Holy Spirit he became one of the world's leading proponents of spiritual renewal.
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