Now is not the time to abandon ship, even if we agree that reformation is necessary.
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"This week, through Oct. 1, is the National Week of Repentance, and these 40 days between the eclipse watched by much of North America and Sept. 30 have great significance."
We must repent.
Today we are in a new season, and every new appointment requires a fresh "ointment" from God.
Do not read this if you are satisfied with a life of spiritual mediocrity.
We've become prosperous and complacent, allowing our universities to rob the faith of millions. We must act before it's too late.
He thought God was trying to warn him about another large-scale terrorist attack. Instead, God showed him this.
I constantly find myself shaking my head when supposedly solid, Spirit-filled Christians flat-out reject clear, simple truths found in the Bible.
When this revival sweeps over the land, there will be not stopping it as millions of lives are touched by the power of God.
Isaiah prophesied to King Hezekiah to put his house in order, but God did a miracle. He can do it again.
Where are the George Whitefields of this generation who will proclaim God's truth without fear of man? May they stand up now!
The crude, vile and violent rhetoric of celebrities and political activists was bad enough in itself, but to think that these are the role models for young women today is truly heartbreaking.
Jesus' teaching on prayer goes deeper than you might think.
Hearts are turning to Jesus, disciples are being made and God is raising up a generation of revivalists and reformers.
It is not enough if all we desire is for more souls to come into the church!
Ché Ahn: Now Is the Time for the Bride of Christ to Bring Reformation of Holiness and Truth to Culture
2017 marks the 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, a movement that began with one man, Martin Luther, who brought lasting change and transformed perspectives. I want to share keys from this historic shift.
The key may very well lie in the family unit.
In the church, we grow so easily accustomed to the word "revival." But what does that mean? What does revival look like tangibly?
If we're not careful, we may find ourselves in the same scary place as Samson.
We don't want to be known as the church group with the largest ice cream sundae. but as the church group that goes after God.