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Invading the Dark Side

As interest in spiritism grows in the United States, Christians who understand God’s supernatural power are challenging the darkness.



Satellite TV dishes are one of the few visible modern concessions in Cassadaga, a charming Victorian oasis tucked away in the heart of central Florida's booming tourist industry.

But it's old-time fascination that draws thousands of visitors a year away from the well-beaten tracks of the beaches and theme parks to this quaint village north of Orlando. Although residents use the latest technology to keep in touch with what's going on in this world, they employ historic arts to tune in to the next one. read more

In the Eye of the Storm

All eyes were on Florida during the contested 2000 presidential election. And Katherine Harris—a Spirit-filled Christian—found herself in the center of the controversy. read more

Love Comes in Boatloads

Since 1982, the floating Christian hospitals of Mercy Ships have delivered food, healing and salvation to countless people around the world. 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

Storm in the Desert

More Muslims have come to Christ in the last two decades that in all of history. God is orchestrating a profound miracle in our generation. read more

One Year After the Storm

In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, Christians have been working around the clock to help Gulf Coast residents rebuild. read more

A Voice in the Wilderness

Sen. Sam Brownback of Kansas is unusually outspoken about his faith. He didn’t hold back when Charisma asked him about the moral condition of our country. read more

Keep Your Mind Closed

Of course we should be open to change. But when it comes to the truth of the gospel, we must learn to slam the door on deception and compromise. read more

Welcome to our Paradise

Eno and Debi Maletic share the gospel with homeless people in Marathon, Florida—where carefree islanders rarely see Christian compassion. read more

The Bravest Woman in Utah

Sandra Tanner, an ex-Mormon, has been introducing other mormons to the real Jesus for 42 years. And she's not going to stop now. read more

God is Out of the Box

Who said Christians have to meet in a traditional building with a pulpit? Innovative Christians today are redefining church. read more

He Touched Me

Raised in a non-Christian home, I was far from God during my early years. But a supernatural encounter with Him changed my life. read more

Coming to America

Some of the nation’s fastest-growing churches aren’t English-speaking. Immigrants are bringing their vibrant faith to the United States. read more

Send the Fire

The church today is full of indifference, materialism, unbelief and powerless programs that don't save lost souls. What we need is the fire of the HOLY GHOST. read more

1906: The Year the Earth Shook

When the Pentecostal movement began, americans were concerned about corporate greed, fuel prices, an earthquake that destroyed a major u.s. city and a tidal wave that killed 2,500 in florida. read more
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