Are you a messenger with a message? James Goll lays out what he believes is the Lord's plan for prophetic evangelism in this hour as he challenges believers to "go for the double." Read More
Are you faced with a tough decision? Charisma news editor Jennifer LeClaire offers biblical advice for navigating the forks in your road. Read More
Does the Holy Spirit within you overflow and change the world around you? In his latest book, Bill Johnson, senior pastor of Bethel Church in Redding, Calif., uses Old Testament patriarchs to explain how the Spirit of God should be transforming your life and community. Read More
Many lessons will spring from Trayvon Martin’s tragic death. It has opened up new discussions on race relations in America and served as a catalyst for a renewed emphasis on unity in the body of Christ.
Although I am grieved over Martin’s death, I am grateful that the church is beginning to rise up and respond. Racism is a heart issue. Ultimately, we will only emerge victorious over this demon-inspired mindset when we attack it as a unified front in the name of Jesus. We overcome evil with good (Rom. 12:21).
I’m nearly 42 years old … too young to remember the evils of segregation but not too blind to notice that Sunday morning is still the most segregated day in America—and it’s not just segregated by skin color or nationality, either. The body of Christ is splintered, with about 38,000 distinct Christian denominations preaching, praying and sometimes prophesying and casting out devils in the name of Jesus.
This is a bold statement and one that will probably anger many. But about seven years ago the Holy Spirit told me denominations were a tool the enemy uses to bring division in the church. I found out later that the very definition of denomination is “a division of part of a whole.” Selah. Read More