"I am so impressed with Charisma and how it has progressed with the times without losing sight of our mission as believers."
A Virtual winner
Wow! The October issue was very powerful and informative. Awesome research on all the new digital and virtual technology for spreading the Good News of Jesus around the world. I also loved the 30-year-old picture of beloved founder and publisher Steve Strang.
Bob Weiner, Gainesville, Fla.
Iâve been carrying my October issue in my tote because it is chock-full of articles I intend to share with friends and family. Charisma is always a blessing.
Lisa Letterii DeFelice, Marlboro, N.Y.
October was one of the best issues yet. The cover looks like Moses giving the Ten Commandments. Brilliant!
DaisyMay Rader, Minneapolis
The October issue was OK for me. We are in a small town with a small-town church, so none of this stuff really applies to us.
Colleen Cobb Audette, Sebastian, Fla.
Staying true to the mission
Iâm a long-time reader and I am so impressed with Charisma and how it has progressed with the times without losing sight of our mission as believers.
I also get Charisma News updates on my iPhone. I love getting kingdom newsâand you certainly canât get that in the mainstream media. Keep up the great work!
Sarah Matthews, Jacksonville, Fla.
Letâs âwatchâ our Timing
Regarding your article âTiming the Spiritâ (September, Inform), I say, âAmen.â I suggest that pastors and teachers remove their watches in the pulpit. It is a pet peeve of mine, seeing them checking their time.
I have said to them on occasion that they should not be concerned about how long the message goes; it is the Holy Spiritâs work, not theirs. I too wonder how many wonderful things have been missed because there was more concern for people-pleasing.
Thanks for all the great articles and information in your magazine. I look forward to Charisma every month. J. Lee Grady is right-on and almost every column of his gets a hearty âAmen!â from me, too.
Pam Dolson, Lihue, Hawaii read more