Almost every illegal immigrant who finds refuge in one of these churches gives their heart to Christ, David Kubal says. And the White House is supporting it.
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Chances are, you're approaching your marketing strategy all wrong.
Women like Kari Jobe, Victoria Osteen, Lisa Bevere, Christine Caine and more will discuss faith in action and minister to the heart in "Better Together."
The Antichrist will provide a tool so tempting that very few will be able to resist its charm.
God works in mysterious ways.
If we want to overturn "Roe v. Wade" in our nation, we have to do more than simply say we're pro-life.
John Smith had no pulse for over an hour when he fell through the ice four years ago. Now, a movie made about his resurrection is changing lives.
Not all addicts come from troubled homes. If your loved one is struggling with addiction, don't let shame keep you from asking for help.
Kilpatrick remembers when God hit his church in Pensacola with an outpouring. Will we see another Brownsville revival in the near future?
Michael Sabga's father was in the oil business and had a front-row seat to Venezuela's economic downfall.
All life is sacred. Are we willing to stand for that truth?
South Koreans have been interceding for years. Is God about to answer their prayers in a powerful way?
We may be on the verge of a revival, but if we don't stand up and do something now, it will soon be too late.
The body of Christ must have a healthy understanding of this ministry if we want to grow in Spirit.
The devil is not happy with Trump for standing for religious liberty. We must stand and pray.
The popular pastor says it's time for Christians to pray against demonic networks coming against Trump.
The 'Homekeepers' host recalls the shock she felt when she woke up the morning after the election to discover Trump had won.
Yolanda Pratt is battling stage 4 cancer. But through the Word of God and unconventional treatments, she's on her way to healing, and she's teaching others how to do the same.
When Pat Robertson's son saw the desperate need for salvation in Asia, he left his U.S. law firm and moved to Manila to preach the gospel.
After Scott's wife, Susie, passed away last year, the Lord used his heartbreak for good and opened some miraculous doors.