IN THIS ISSUE ...
This month's cover story reveals another side of Joyce Meyer. In an exclusive interview, the popular Bible teacher, whose TV and radio broadcasts reach an astounding two-thirds of the world every day, shares a little-known aspect of her ministry that may be her greatest legacy. Charisma goes behind-the-scenes with Joyce’s Hand of Hope missions organization that is providing humanitarian aid to millions around the world.
The April issue also turns the spotlight on Christian media ministries:
Perry Stone answers an age-old question: What do you do when God says no?
Jonathan Bernis teaches on finding Jesus in the Old Testament.
One of Christian TV’s loudest critics (and insiders), Phil Cooke, explains why TV ministry still matters.
And as part of our yearlong “12 Communities of Charisma” celebration, Charisma editor Marcus Yoars examines whether charismatic media ministries are keeping up—and thriving—in today’s mobile era of constant change.
Plus, longtime Jerusalem pastor Wayne Hilsden tackles the 2,000-year-old mystery of where Jesus was really buried. While most Catholics flock to the better-known Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Hilsden offers a case for why the Garden Tomb may be the real site of Christ’s crucifixion and burial.
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