Fire in My Bones, by J. Lee Grady

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Man with mouth taped shut

Jesus Looks Beyond Politics

In today’s hot-headed presidential debate, former Charisma editor J. Lee Grady says it might be better for some of us to keep our mouths shut. He explains why. read more

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Why I Don’t Bash the Younger Generation

There is much negative talk among Christians today about the habits and values of the emerging generation, but J. Lee Grady is encouraged about the future of the church after meeting these upcoming leaders. read more

K.A. Paul

Warning! Beware of ‘Christian’ Con-Artists

A big percentage of ministry funds from the U.S. go down the drain because of corruption. Former Charisma Editor J. Lee Grady offers simple guidelines to help Christians make wise giving decisions. Don't miss this.    read more

lepers in India

The Day I Touched a Leper

J. Lee Grady explains how a visit to a leper colony in India brought him face-to-face with his unwillingness to love. read more

Satan

God, the Devil and the ‘Dark Knight’ Tragedy

Former editor J. Lee Grady says last week’s shooting in Colorado should remind us that Satan is not a fictional character. Though some Christians still doubt the devil's existence, Grady explains why we can't overlook the most sinister villain. read more
mentor and youth

Why We Must Invest in the Timothy Generation

Please don’t ignore the mandate to disciple young people, J. Lee Grady pleads. He says our lack of discipleship of youth  has created a generational breakdown. Find out what he thinks the solution is. read more

TheCall

Don’t Let Delays Defeat You

A breakthrough is waiting for those who persevere. If you've stopped praying, J. Lee Grady encourages you to receive fresh grace to pray again. read more

The #1 Reason Why Christian Marriages Fail

The Bible tells men to treat their wives as equals. But in a machismo culture, this is easier said than done.

Whenever I travel to Latin America I usually carry a pair of handcuffs in my suitcase. I use them as a visual aid when I’m preaching about the machismo attitude that is so prevalent in that region. I remind everyone in the audience that esposa, the word for wife in Spanish, is the same word used for handcuffs.

Esposas. Why would the word for wife be the same word for a form of bondage? Because women in many Latin countries suffer unthinkable abuse in the home. Puerto Rico, where I spoke last week, has one of the highest rates of domestic violence in Latin America, and many women die there every year at the hands of their partners. read more

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