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Defender Of the Faith

Whether he's fighting for the rights of Pentecostal teenagers, pro-life advocates or Christian college students, attorney David French says the law is on his side. read more

Taking Kiev by Surprise

The largest church in Europe today is pastored by a young Nigerian--a man of faith who won't let racism or harassment stop him from changing a nation. read more

Journey of a Transvestite

Santiago Álamo worked in a brothel and tried to find happiness as a woman. But he discovered the love of Jesus at Remar, one of Spain's most dynamic outreach ministries. read more

Doomsday Distraction

Many Christians spend all their energy watching the clouds for Jesus' return-- yet Jesus told us to keep our focus on the Great Commission read more

A Miracle for Ryan

Two years ago a tragic accident put entertainer Pat Boone's grandson in a coma. Today Ryan says confidently that he will be entirely healed. read more

Out of Black Islam

When Marie Muhammad-Vaughn rejected Islam, her life took a turn for the worse. Yet today, the great-grandaughter of the founder of the Nation of Islam says she has no regrets. read more

Don't Be Obessed!

Many of us are too worried about our weight, our wrinkles, our thinning hair or our sagging chins. Move away from the mirror and make peace with your body. read more

Solo Act

Toby McKeehan isn't content to stay within the rigid confines of the Christian music scene. His passion is to influence culture with a sound all his own. read more

They Came for Freedom

Russian Pentecostals poured into the United States before and after the collapse of Soviet communism. Today, they have built a thriving Christian community in the Pacific Northwest. read more

God at Ground Zero

Five years after September 11 attacks, Christians are still sharing the hope of Christ's love with a broken city. read more

Faith Amid the Flames

Embraced as national heroes since the 9/11 attacks, firefighters are finding and sharing God in the face of danger. read more

A Light in Louisiana

Tonja Myles used to deal drugs and sell her body. But after she found Jesus and launched a recovery program for addicts, President Bush introduced her to the world as a hero. read more

Bringing the Prodigals Home

What can Christian parents do when their teenagers rebel? Many have turned to Teen Reach, a unique ministry in Arizona that uses tough love to get kids back on track. read more

Somebody Loves the Sisters

Two African American women who survived breast cancer have started a ministry to help women who face the dreaded disease. read more

Sometimes Love Comes in Boxes

From a converted Circuit City store in Florida, Ray Hall, a retired Air Force veteran, sends Christian books and Bibles to inmates nationwide. read more


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