This Sunday, September 13, is Elul 29—Shemitah. Are you keeping your eyes and hearts open and trusting in God's will?
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Charisma has tried to give the black church a voice in the media.
As we conclude Charisma's 40th anniversary celebration, I must pay tribute to my friend and mentor whose life and example impacted the magazine and me.
Messianic leaders worldwide have expressed sincere appreciation for the coverage Charisma has given them, and Charisma is proud of its association with them.
While it may be dwindling in the United States, the charismatic movement in the Catholic Church around the globe is flourishing.
My appearance on Pat Robertson's The 700 Club Friday gave me an opportunity to compare life notes with CBN's founder, and it's amazing how much we have in common.
Charisma's 40th anniversary marks a time we desperately need to be the eyes and hands of Jesus to the world.
Can God use books and media to help spark the next move of the Spirit?
Today is Charisma's 40th actual anniversary, and here are behind-the-scenes stories about Derek Prince and Kenneth Copeland.
How the Holy Spirit guided Charisma from a magazine to a media company is an amazing story of God's grace and blessing
As we celebrate 40 years of our magazine, we're asking to you to join in the fun in an interactive way.
With a new book full of practical insight on the prophetic gift, you'll be hearing this man's name a lot in the near future.
Now is the time for Christians to speak with their dollars by embracing entertainment with a gospel message
Friday's Supreme Court's decision on same-sex marriage will certainly do one thing: It will separate the wheat from the chaff in the church.
The Future conference at Jim Garlow's Skyline Church in San Diego this week provided great material for our new podcast network.
Help us get the word out about our new website.
Relevant Media Group, the company my son Cameron founded, celebrated its 15th anniversary this week. It's a thrill to share in his success.
While there were many big names among the ministry in attendance at last week's event in Jerusalem, no big egos were evident and powerful ministry took place.
I encourage pastors and ministerial leaders to attend the Future Conference next month in San Diego. It's not your typical pastors conference, and will be well worth your time and investment.
An innovative United Methodist Church with a philosophy that "God allows Mulligans" is booming and impacting its community.