In the city where Martin Luther King Jr. was killed, churches are still divided by race. But charismatic congregations are bridging the gap.
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People ran Betty Rushford out of town when her son got AIDS. But before his death, God called her to take Christ's love to victims of the disease.
In Fiji, where Christians have been divided for years, spiritual renewal has engulfed a nation--and its president has publicly led his people in repentance.
In Latvia, where ethnic and religious tension has triggered bloodshed in the past, missionaries Bob and Sharon Perry are calling the church to embrace reconciliation.
In Guatemala--a country of only 14 million--pastor Jorge López broke with small-minded tradition when he built the largest church building in Central America
In South Africa, where AIDS is claiming millions of lives, Ryan and Gerda Audagnotti are saving children one at a time.
A century after revival touched the world through the tiny nation of Wales, God is stirring faith for another visitation.
War has devastated Afghanistan. Yet today, in spite of the continued influence of the Taliban, an underground Christian movement is growing.
Two African American women who survived breast cancer have started a ministry to help women who face the dreaded disease.
It breaks Joe Loyal's heart that so many kids today don't have two parents. That's why the Georgia retiree now spends all of his time reaching kids in lower-class neighborhoods.
From a converted Circuit City store in Florida, Ray Hall, a retired Air Force veteran, sends Christian books and Bibles to inmates nationwide.
Former prizefighter Charlie Muller now fights with devils in Albany, New York--where he uses a converted ambulance to save souls.
Former drug addict Manuel 'Manny' Álvarez is rebuilding lives and transforming the streets of Miami.
Most people stay away from gang territory. Roger Minassian saw what violence was doing to youth in Fresno, California, and he ran to their rescue.
Kentucky evangelist Anne Stephens loves to win souls, but she does it with plenty of food, Christmas presents and loads of fun.
When Hugh Hefner founded Playboy 50 years ago, he spearheaded a sexual revolution that church leaders say is devastating society.
The word justice appears 134 times in the Bible. But it has disappeared from the vocabularies of most Christians.
Tonja Myles used to deal drugs and sell her body. But after she found Jesus and launched a recovery program for addicts, President Bush introduced her to the world as a hero.
Ex-Satanist Jeff Harshbarger now ministers to others caught in the occult's spreading net.
Christian ministries today are scrambling to help military personnel who have been traumatized by the stress of combat.
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