Internationally known evangelist and founder of Christ for All Nations, Reinhard Bonnke, will host crusades throughout the United States for the first time in his 35-year ministry history.
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What did America do to deserve such an outpouring of irrational, blind hatred? In the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings, it is clear that most Americans still do not understand the ideology of radical Islam.
It is, to be sure, a most confused and confusing situation in Egypt. But this much should be clear: American taxpayers are underwriting a regime that has little concern for fundamental human rights.
Disney's new princess, Sofia the First, is the daughter of a poor single mother who marries a king. But is her "modern family" undermining the values of traditional families? Find out what Movieguide's David Outten says.
Carol Garlow, the wife of pro-family advocate and pastor Jim Garlow, has gone home to be with the Lord after a brave and very public battle with cancer.
Michael Brown explains why he is "pained and distressed" by Jim Wallis' theological flip-flop on redefining marriage and making it gender-neutral.
A Christian rapper recently released a song that calls out prosperity gospel teachers by name. Find out who Shai Linne named in his new song Fal$e Teacher$and why he wrote it.
Depression is a very real issue, and it affects 1 out of 8 teens. As the church, what are we doing to love those who are in the grip of depression? Ron Luce sounds off.
Though choosing God can mean persecution, Matt Barber has chosen to stand up for his Christian values by labeling homosexuality a sin. How will you choose?
In order to buy something as harmless as Dayquil, I needed to be at least 18 years old. Yet according to a recent court ruling, a minor can buy an over-the-counter abortion pill without showing any ID. What kind of madness is this?
The gay agenda has swarmed around me like a shark that smelled blood. I received emails that purposed to intimidate me. I was told I would rot in hell. And worse. But all that won't stop me from speaking truth.
It was prescience that prompted some social commentators to predict that gay activism would become the principle threat to religious freedoms in America. A recent incident at George Washington University provides the latest confirmation.
Kurt Warner is taking nine hopefuls on the adventure of a lifetime. The journey involves giving each contender a second chance to fulfill their biggest dream.
The title of the book Rick Warren asked his teaching pastor to preach about on Sunday was tragically prophetic. But the book may console the Warren family in their time of mourning.
So-called followers of Jesus are using Matthews death as an occasion to attack Pastor Warren. This is sick, ugly, and sadly, indicative of the state of the body today.
The term "nation of chasms" offers a profound insight into our times: The general honor our country long has given to certain values no longer exists. Find out what Rob Schwarzwalder says about the reduction of our moral society.
In a culture where senseless violence seems to lurk around every corner, how is the church to respond? Samuel Rodriguez suggests several ways the church is meant to become a leading voice.
Actor Jeremy Irons' comments have angered some gay-rights campaigners. Find out exactly what he said and decide which side you stand on.
Can you be a born-again believer, prostitute and stripper? One woman thinks so. Michael Brown refutes this liberal theology and explains how it's infiltrating the church.
It took a while for Nick Vujicic to find his purpose in life, but once he did, he took off, traveling around the world as a human illustration of the hope and direction he found in Christ.