You may not have heard of Filipino pastor Joey Bonifacio, but his LEGO Principlea simple yet profound discipleship modelcould change the American church.
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Find out why Steve Strang says his charismatic Christian worldview tells him Obama represents everything wrong with America.
America is in a mess, with problems that go beyond the economy. But Pentecostals could be the difference.
Mitt Romney's stance on religious liberty, traditional marriage and abortion make him the Christian's candidate of choice on Nov. 6.
Florida House candidate Scott Plakon not only talks about Christian values and integrity, he lives it. Find out why Charisma Media Founder Steve Strang wants you to vote for Plakon.
America may be in crisis, but Charisma Founder Steve Strang there is hope: God is stirring hearts to seek Himincluding the thousands gathering in Philadelphia Sept. 28-29. Will you be there?
This is a serious time in the history of America, Israel and the world, Charisma Founder Steve Strang says. Find out how Robert Stearns is lighting a candle, and what you can do to help.
At long last our documentary on the Christian response to racism is finished. And Charisma Founder Steve Strang needs your help to make it go viral.
Charisma Founder Steve Strang explains how you can join the real battle for America.
Charisma Media Founder Steve Strang explains why former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee would be a winning choice as Mitt Romney's running mate in the upcoming presidential elections.
Charisma Media Founder Steve Strang remembers J. Foy Johnson, his former pastor who passed away last week.
Charisma Media Founder Steve Strang discusses his appreciation for the national leadership of Assemblies of God General Superintendent George O. Wood and the local leadership of Orlando, Fla., pastor Carl Stephens.
Will you join me for what could be one of the most crucial gatherings in our nations history?
We've already started work and I created this "trailer" sharing the vision.
Behind the scenes of the Trayvon Martin case—and the inspiring account of reconciliation no one’s telling
Trayvon Martin was killed 2.3 miles from my office in a newer part of Sanford, Fla. The exact street where he was shot is less than a mile from a similar gated townhouse community where my younger son lives.
So to me, this is extremely personal. As we put together this special issue, I’ve been in a whirlwind of meetings and diplomacy unlike anything I’ve ever experienced during my journalism career, stretching back to high school. And as with most stories, there is a behind-the-scenes account that’s just as interesting. This is my attempt to tell that personal side of the story, even as Charisma deals with the spiritual, cultural and political effects of this situation.
I’ve known for years Sanford was a racially divided community, and I’ve worked in my own way to bring healing and reconciliation—including getting to know black pastors, attending their churches and serving on the board of a small ministry to the homeless in the center of this predominantly black area. I’ve helped to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for many of these ministries. I’ve even been involved in Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebrations and lobbied to get a street named after the slain civil rights leader.
The gay rights movement is trying to have President Obama's election be a referendum on this issue. And if Obama is re-elected there's no stopping the extreme social agenda he apparently has.
Robert Stearns' Jerusalem Banquet in New York City is a magnificent event that brings together Jews and Christians who share a love of and support for Israel.
Ive never understood why only a few Pentecostals celebrate Pentecost Sunday. Maybe its our revivalist tradition that came from the sawdust trail where anything that hinted of formal religion was thrown out.