American culture has colored our understanding of grace. Watch as Mike Bickle offers the biblical definition of grace.
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No matter how complex or chaotic the world gets, our response can always be the same
Darkness descends in our lives when the light of the gospel is overshadowed by traditions handed down by men. Find out if you've fallen into the religious trap?
Living above in Christ while still walking and working on earth is the goal of every Christian. But how do we get there? We tell you.
Maria Woodworth Etter shares how healing brings people to Christ and sparks revival.
Spiritual increase requires commitment and effort. Adherence to these four spiritual disciplines will feed your inner man what it needs to flourish.
If you want to make it through life without a moral failure, you must be sure to close every door the devil could enter.
Get the mind of Christ and all of its benefits. Have you ever wondered how this is possible? We tell you.
Has your hunger for God opened the door to spiritual abuse? Read these truths to learn how to be set free from the bondage of spiritual abuse.
Christian character. Christlikeness. Sanctification. Christians often use terms like these, but what do they really mean, and why are they important?
Some of us try to blame the devil for our sinfulness, but it's really a lack of intention that causes us to displease God.
Providing emotional and spiritual care to those hurting in Hattiesburg, Miss., Rapid Response Team chaplains learned that their best-laid plans are not always God's plans for ministry.
God may be using adversity to get believers and the gospel beyond our comfort zones, and out where the lost and suffering live. Has comfort lulled you to sleep? Find out.
None of us are immune to temptation. Given the right situation, you and I are capable of any sin. God knows this, so he has assigned us as individuals the responsibility of keeping each other on track.
Though the biblical message of grace is wonderful, glorious and life-transforming, Michael Brown says there is a message being preached today in the name of a new grace reformation, mixing powerful truth with dangerous error.
God doesnt need us yet desperately wants us. Why, then, do we who need Him often not want Him in return?
Daniel King, who was inspired to become an evangelist by T.L. Osborn, shares seven lessons he learned from the legendary missionary evangelist.
Joseph Mattera says that the body of Christ must celebrate the ministry function of apostle or some of the greatest leaders in our generation will never emergeor will be repelled.
Americans today face economic challenges, but J. Lee Grady says we have nothing to complain about.
While logging thousands of miles of ministry travel, Pat Schatzline has encountered countless people asking one question: Why is God so mad at me? Saddened by the inquiry, the evangelist felt compelled to write a book that redefined the image of God.