I made this plea to my international friends this week: Please pray for us.
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This Pentecost, let's remember the secret of the apostle Paul's power.
The Lord has paused us. Use this slow-down to prepare your heart for what's coming.
Here are three reasons why I'm not buying into the latest ones about COVID-19.
Please open your heart to the global need created by the COVID-19 crisis.
I intend to pursue a fresh encounter with the Holy Spirit during the month of May.
Just because you are social distancing doesn't mean you should close your heart to the people around you.
This pandemic is triggering emotional trauma. Don't let your friends live in isolation.
God spoke to me and said: "Remember Rees Howells—and pray like he prayed."
The Spanish flu ravaged the world 102 years ago—and the church responded to the crisis.
Jesus has given us authority. Let's use it when we pray that this virus will stop spreading.
The coronavirus crisis will work to our advantage if we listen to the Holy Spirit.
Do you love the church? Or have you distanced yourself from God's people?
You may want to display these Bible verses to remind yourself and others that God protects His people.
President Trump's visit this week reminded us that India isn't as "tolerant" as some claim.
A ministry in Georgia that claimed to have a supernatural Bible is now closed.
Last weekend, Christian youth filled up three stadiums in Brazil during The Send.
In a prison in Izalco, hardened criminals are studying the Bible every day.
Please gather your church together to pray for all believers living in nations where Christians are persecuted.
If you want young people to experience the Holy Spirit, be real.