Kim and Randy Tewshad it all—careers, a big house, an expensive car. They were living the American dream when they realized it meant nothing.
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Dont believe the window of opportunity for our nation is closing? Tell that to evangelistic giants Reinhard Bonnke and Billy Graham, who, along with other evangelists, are focusing on Americans spiritual salvation like never before.
Luis Reyes remembers running the streets at night for fear of losing his life if he returned home. Yet today God is using his journey to create a safe place for thousands of children, giving them a hope they never knew could be theirs.
How one inner-city church provides structure and support for kids to keep learning all the way through college
Still wondering what kind of impact an idiom translation can have on one’s understanding of God? Take a look for yourself.
A Turkish church leader explains why IM is fundamentally flawed
When we take Gods authority over fear and doubt in our lives, miracles happen. Evangelist Chris Franz writes about a miracle he saw in Ethiopia when he preached God's Word after overcoming an intense fear.
Nurses with OM Lake Tanganyika have discovered a new kind of medicine. Its so powerful that for the present time they are leaving all other conventional medicine behind when they go on medical outreach trips.
Gods Word has much to say about alleviating poverty and managing wealth. But are you participating in Gods plan to provide for others through you?
One of Brazils best-known worship leaders explains why prophetic, evangelistic worship now dominates her nations airwaves and draws millions into its streets.
Former delirious? frontman Martin Smith's front-row seat to todays global revival of worship has taught him lessons far beyond music.
How prayer and worship unify believers as one voice before God, changing the spiritual environment of an entire cityand eventually the world
How can you demonstrate Gods love in your community? Here are just a few things Jesus might do.
When Hurricane Charley hit southwest Florida in 2004, Zach Bonner was 7 years old. After hearing the news that those affected by the storm needed food and water, Bonner went door to door with his little red wagon asking for help. That little red wagon, combined with assistance from friends and family, eventually filled 27 semitrucks with food and supplies.
Those facing troubled times half a world away can teach us much about our own faith
How Islamic extremist rule could open doors for Egypts church
Despite increasing persecution, an Islamic-leaning government and economic hardship, Christians in Egypt are seeing a move of God shape the nation beneath the surface.
How are you sharing the Good News?
Whats the key to a truly happy life? It starts with understanding how the gospel is inseparable from a joyful God.
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