If you stopped using your faculty of faith, you might never get out of bed in the morning or step outside.
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"Whenever people have a vision of Jesus, they always say He's in white."
Church revitalization is certainly possible in America. Are you and your staff willing to take a look in the mirror and do what it takes for that to happen? LifeWay's Thom S. Rainer weighs in.
The Holy Spirit does lots of incredible things in and through us. But in the Bible, it seems that whenever the Holy Spirit is given to someone, it's for one crucial reason: to preach the Gospel.
The Rev. Franklin Graham recently participated in an ABC News panel discussion on the religious right and mainstream American views. Find out what he said about gay marriage.
In recent years, we have seen devastating environmental disasterstornadoes, fires, floods, hurricanes and snow stormsbut Billy Graham's daughter encourages us to share a comeback story that inspires hope this Easter.
Each of us can find ways to help specific people we know encounter the gospel. Thousands of believers across the nation, in every state, are taking the opportunity to do just that through the My Hope America outreach.
Franklin Graham sees people everywhere who claim to know God but do not live for Him. He's praying for a spiritual awakening this November. Will you join him?
Jesus clearly taught us that we were to preach the message of the kingdom to every nation. But did you know He gave us an even bigger assignment than that? Check it out.
In her latest musical venture, Darlene Zschech joins 11 Christian artists on the My Hope CD, which is paired with Billy Grahams latest gospel-spreading effort called My Hope America.
Critical Christians are part of the problem with today's church, says Mark Driscoll. Here's what he thinks needs to be done.
Sharing our faith is at the crux of Christianity, but the biggest roadblock to evangelism is beginning the conversation. Heres how to get started.
Nearly 7,000 people filled the seats at Radio City Music Hall last Friday and Saturday to worship with international church leaders.
Michael W. Smith has learned a lot from Billy Graham and reflects on that friendship as he prepares for the in-home crusade My Hope America.
Following a two-day evangelistic crusade in Orlando, Fla., find out what cities the international evangelist is targeting next in his push to save souls in America.
Christ for All Nations kicked off its Good News crusade in Orlando, Fla., on Friday night. The renowned evangelist said its time America kicked the devil to the curb.
I'm convinced that God's will for you is to talk with other people about Christ.
While witnessing to a guy on the streets of Denver once I explained how he could give his life to Jesus Christ. His response was, "That's too easy." I replied, "Do you want me to make it difficult?"
There's nothing more exciting than leading someone to Christ through a "power encounter" hosted by the Holy Spirit. I've seen a waitress come to Christ because a group of us out for lunch simply showed Christ's love and talked to her and gave her words of knowledge-even one about her cat! I've also experienced times in which the Spirit of God is so tangible during ministry or a personal interaction that people have asked me, "What is this, and how do I come to know this Jesus you are talking about?"
When Jesus spoke brief words of knowledge to the woman in Samaria, she told the entire village about the Lord. I believe these types of power encounters have been God's preference for evangelism all along. Other methods have some impact, but nothing gets your attention like finding out that God "has your number."
A few years ago a Christian friend of mine, who happens to be an ordained clergyman, was participating in a pro-life march in New York City. Several evangelical and Roman Catholic groups were represented, so there were, predictably, vigorous counter-demonstrations. Many of these were led by gays.
My friend said that for many long minutes a counter-demonstrator kept pace with him from a few feet away, screaming hateful obscenities at him. His tirade slowing down for a few seconds, he shouted this strange question at my friend: "Why do you people hate us?"
The question seemed quite unrelated to the pro-life issue, which of course it is. The questioner identified himself as a gay activist.