I have given you authority to trample on snakes and scorpions and to overcome all the power of the enemy; nothing will harm you. (Luke 10:19)
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We have gotten so far away from the real power of Pentecost that many of our people dont even speak in tonguesor if they once did, they hardly do anymore. What has happened to the modern charismatic church?
African-American pastor Tony Evans contends that the racial problem in America continues to be the reason we are not one nation under God. Find out how he says we can achieve racial reconciliation.
Prof. Anthea Butler may not be the only Christian questioning God in the wake of the Zimmerman verdict. But rather than breeding more pain with hurtful accusations, let's pray for a revelation of God's love and healing power.
Dr. R.C. Sproul says he was "deeply immersed" in charismatic circles in the 1960s but that after 40 or 50 false prophecies decided the spirit of prophecy is not for today. Dr. Michael Brown corrects that reasoning with the Word of God.
On July 20, we recognize the anniversary of the tragic Colorado theater shooting that left 12 dead. One Denver pastor reflects on the event and explains how it has helped shape his faith.
Vampires and zombies abound in today's media. What are the dangers? What does it point to? What is the bright side of this fascination with the supernatural? Find out in this in-depth article.
One of the best ways to grow is by hearing critiques about yourself from peers and mentors. But how do you know which criticism should be taken to heart and which should be dismissed? And how do you respond to each in a way that promotes growth? We give you answers.
Martin Luther King Jr.'s niece, Alveda King, is crying, Foul, shame on you, to the media moguls and civil rights legends who want to stir up a controversy where there is none. And the photo of MLK with the hoodie is part of the problem.
In the wake of the George Zimmerman court ruling, one Orlando pastor warns Christians who feel the outcome was unjust not to allow their anger to turn to hate. He encourages the church to stand its ground and refocus its attention.
In a headline that may remind Christians of the old devil made me do it excuse for sinning, an admitted porn addict is suing Apple for opening the door to his naughty habits. Who do Christians blame their porn addiction on?
We're dangerously close to a crash-and-burn reality. Will the church wake up and speak out with boldness? Larry Tomczak discusses.
A video recently went viral of a pastor rebuking church members who had fallen asleep during his sermon. Last week pastor and gospel recording artist Marvin Sapp responded to the sermon. Find out what he said.
Sanford: The Untold Story highlights the racial reconciliation journey being experienced in the historic city of Sanford, Fla., following the tragic death of Trayvon Martin last February.
A pastor in Sanford, Fla., who has been working behind the scenes of the George Zimmerman case advises Christians on how to react after Zimmerman was found not guilty in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin.
While every nation is beset by its share of deceptive extremists, the real shame is that Americas pro-abortion radicals are disproportionately clustered in the mainstream media and popular culture, David French writes.
What will it take to see a real moral, cultural and spiritual revolution in our nation? Dr. Michael Brown offers 10 practical steps we can take to live out a revolutionary calling.
Gay superheroes are now mainstream. But where are all the Christian superheroes? What would the world do if it saw a Spirit-filled, tongue-talking superhero raising the dead?
Gay activists are stirring the pot with a new commercial in Australia. What if homosexuality was innate and there was a test to identify gay babies? Would it be acceptable to abort a gay fetus? Where would liberals stand on this moral issue?
Find out how the collapse of Americas moral infrastructure has been irreversibly set into motion by five liberal, legislating justices of the Supreme Court.