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.
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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.
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Here is Charisma's January 1985 story about Karl Strader, "The Pastor Who Built a 10,000-Seat Church."
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The former Charisma editor heads up the Mordecai Project—helping suffering women around the world. Here's how you can contribute.
The former pastor and extraordinary businessman carries impeccable credentials and a robust heart for God from Tulsa to our Central Florida media group.
The addition of the veteran pastor and successful marketing strategist strengthens Charisma as it heads into the future.
Award-winning newspaper reporter Bob Eschliman was fired in 2014 for his deeply held religious views. Here's how you can help him find justice.
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Businessman Dan Arnold, who is a great example to follow, shows us why we all need to set godly milestones to reach every year.
When thinking about how to share your blessings this Christmas season, here is a worthy cause to consider.
What are you thankful for, not only this week but all year long? By responding in the comment section, you can have an opportunity to win a copy of R.T. Kendall's book, Just Say Thanks.