Jonathan Cain says a prophetic word his father gave him the day of the fire pushed him into his destiny.
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Many store employees can't even say "Merry Christmas" anymore. Is that how we want to celebrate Christ's birth?
One of his assistants opens up about the late president's personal faith.
Doug Wead wrote thousands of pages of biblical truth to the former president—and his son.
This is part of the reason Trump won the presidency.
Members of today's generation can't just assume they know biblical ethics. Even schools are blurring the lines.
His impact on our country, in both his administration and that of his son, will live on for generations.
Eric Metaxas captures children's attention—and provokes adults' laughter—with his new book, "Donald Drains the Swamp."
As believers, we can't afford to ignore this spiritual struggle any longer.
"I don't have a choice to be political and be Republican or Democrat. I have to choose to say, 'This must happen or else your children will be lost.'"
Jezebel is attacking our nation and our president—and other sources of witchcraft are joining the fight. What will Spirit-filled believers do?
In his first 500 days in office, President Trump has achieved results for the American people domestically and internationally.
If you can live by this principle, you'll be better off than about 90 percent of the population.
Lauren Green, author of "Lighthouse Faith," says Christians have to have discernment. And this simple practice is the only way to get it.
We can't trust the mainstream media to tell us what will really happen over the next two years.
Florida's recounts serve as a reminder of every American Christian's responsibility in this hour.
There's something spiritual happening in New York City. If Christians across the nation catch on, it could spark a fresh revival.
Why are some churches still growing in countries that are spiritually dead?
Trump made a decision this year that has deep spiritual impact.
Last week, the Democrats won the majority in the House. Now, we wait to see the consequences of that outcome.