Pentecostal and charismatics are returning to Los Angeles in 2006.
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Charisma publisher Steve Strang writes a letter to his younger son, Chandler, as he prepares to start life after high school.
I fear that charismatics are fitting in more and emphasizing the Holy Spirit less.
When needs arise in the world, the church must help the church.
We must refuse to relate to society with self-righteousness or spiritual condescension.
I believe God is giving Christians an open window for four more years.
The president always appreciates it when people tell him they pray for him.
Christians must have the highest standards of righteousness.
I endorse Bush and his running mate Dick Cheney for re-election.
It was a powerful experience to look into the president's eyes and see his personal side.
It's time for Christians to stop ignoring political issues and let our voices be heard.
I am not alone in my desire to see the church return to biblical standards.
It's hard to believe that the vision for all this was birthed nearly 28 years ago.
The first step in prayer is clearing the channel, making it ready for God's love.
Our spiritual health is as important to our well-being as our physical health.
Each of us, at times, must answer questions that seem to have no logical answer.
The passing of the giants means it's time for us to take the baton.