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Up From the Underground

Whether you are ready for it or not, an alternative Christian youth culture has surfaced today. These teens and 20-somethings may not fit into your religious traditions, but they love Jesus. read more

God in the NFL

Star quarterback Mark Brunell helped start a church in Jacksonville, Florida. And he's not the only pro athlete today who is scoring big points for Jesus. read more

She Tells It Like It Is

Nobody accuses Juanita Bynum of beating around the bush. Not afraid to confront, she aims for the heart and bluntly calls the church to repentance. read more

Screen Savior

Don't expect a romanticized view of Jesus in Mel Gibson's new film The Passion of the Christ. The movie is violent, but it's an accurate portrayal of the crucifixion. read more

Big Faith in Texas

For years Pastor John Hagee has employed what he calls "bulldog faith" to defeat obstacles. Today he's sharing his success secrets in a significant new book. read more

From a Distant Shore

Songwriter Darlene Zschech lives in Australia, but her music has revitalized worship in thousands of churches on this side of the planet. read more

How a BIG Church Grew Bigger

It didn't happen overnight. But Lakewood Church--pastored by Joel Osteen--has grown from 8,000 to 30,000 since 1999. And Osteen expects the church to zoom to 100,000. read more

Faith On the Front Lines

American military personnel are sharing the gospel among their ranks, and the Holy Spirit is working among our soldiers during the war on terrorism. read more

Still Shining Bright

Bill Bright turns 80 this month, but the founder of Campus Crusade for Christ stays busy in his twilight years building bridges with charismatics and calling for a fresh outpouring of the Holy Spirit. read more

HOPE Amid Crisis

Terrorist attacks sent Americans to their knees to find mercy and comfort on September 11. Are we ready to hear what God is saying to us through this tragedy? read more

Sharing Jesus in the Land of Lenin

Kevin and Leslie McNulty are reaching thousands in the former Soviet republics and in Russia --where Vladimir Lenin's communism once repressed Christianity.
PLUS: Russian Women Lead the Way
PLUS: 100 Tents to Reach Russia
PLUS: Haunted by a Bloody Past read more

Aliens Among Us

Millions of intelligent people believe in alien life forms, and their fascination with UFOs typically leads them to New Age beliefs. Is the church doing anything to reach this unusual mission field? read more

Born-Again Rock Stars

Kerry Livgren, a founding member of the group Kansas, is just one of many secular musicians who has decided to serve Jesus in a rock 'n' roll culture. read more

Houston's Power Broker

He is a confidant of President Bush and the leader of the nation's largest Methodist congregation. But Kirbyjon Caldwell says his vision is to build God's kingdom in his city. read more

When It's Hard To Believe

What do non-Christians really think of you and your faith? Charisma's conversations with the unchurched might help you reach the unbelievers you encounter every day. read more

Nigeria's Miracle

Some of the world's largest churches are in Nigeria. Observers say God is raising up an army there to evangelize a continent. read more

She Will Not Remain Silent

When critics challenged her decision to lead huge revivals around the country, Anne Graham Lotz--daughter of the world's most famous evangelist--didn't let anyone quench her message. read more


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