Almost three decades after his death, we reflect on the spiritual giant he was and his genius as a writer.
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"People should have read this book before the election, but they need to read it again, or they need to read it for the first time."
"When people have their own opinions, their own attitudes that cloud revelation, much of the time, they're going to go off the rails."
The Holy Spirit played a crucial role.
He says the spiritual crisis is increasing in America at an alarming pace.
He shares some frightening thoughts on what may lie ahead for the U.S.—as well as reasons for hope.
Cahn joins other conservative voices such as Mike Lindell and Focus on the Family who face shadow banning, suspension and more.
It's not time to give up. In fact, just the opposite is true.
"Social media and the Big Tech giants and the companies that move credit card transactions really control and can become the choke point for fueling godly ministries and righteous work."
"They hate America; they believe America's foundation is wrong, and it has to be destroyed."
In times like this, Conner says, "People begin to look everywhere else except the Bible."
The author of the bestselling book "Bruchko" shares about how, at almost 80, he experiences God's supernatural work in Colombia.
Stephen Strang: 'Regardless of the Election Outcome, God Has Plans and Purposes We Don't Understand'
Charisma Media's founder and CEO gives his personal response to the Senate confirmation of Joe Biden and steps ahead in our coverage.
"We are people who believe in listening to God, obeying Him and then not quitting."
"Our freedom from religious persecution is not a mere luxury or accident of history, but rather an essential element of our liberty."
Through Christian Life Missions, we can do more together than we can separately.
The first lady joined him to help carry out a heartwarming Christmas surprise.
"God's in charge. God's power, His prophetic word, His prophecy will always trump policy."
Now, he says, it's time for Americans to pray—and insist on the truth.
"If you look at people, you assume they all die in Egypt. They don't. The vast majority die in the desert. They never make it to the promised land."