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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.
Not only do the media seem to look the other way regarding Christian persecution, but even less is reported on the good that is coming from the persecution.
With the death toll of Christians worldwide rising, we need to make everyone aware of this tragedy and stop it.
I had the privilege of appearing at the United Nations Friday afternoon to address the media's shallow role in reporting on the persecuted church.
"We are literally watching the genocide of Jesus' followers in the Middle East."
A YouTube video says 2 million Muslims are becoming Christians every year in Indonesia. And it was created by Muslims to stop the trend.
I celebrate Church in the Son's 25th anniversary with my mentor and longtime friend Alex Clattenburg.
While the secular media continues its obvious bias, it's our job to inform, teach, remind, persuade, exhort, explain, encourage and report the Christian condition.
Refuting an erroneous online report that said he suffered from a heart attack, Benny Hinn cleared the air in my exclusive interview with him.
A new website and app aims to introduce a billion people to Jesus, and you can help.
Here is Charisma's January 1985 story about Karl Strader, "The Pastor Who Built a 10,000-Seat Church."
It's the end of an era for the Carpenter's Home Church. What does it mean?
The former Charisma editor heads up the Mordecai Project—helping suffering women around the world. Here's how you can contribute.