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In a new letter the American ISIS hostage confirmed dead pleaded with her parents to give their pain to God.
He gave his life fighting for civil rights. More than 50 years later, how have we achieved his dream?
This is why we must all wrestle with the role justice plays in everyday warfare—both physical and spiritual.
R. Loren Sandford saw a resurgence of racism in America long before it erupted near St. Louis and his prophetic insights offer more wisdom for the hour.
Alveda King, niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, shares her insightful perspective on the events in Ferguson that are stirring the nation.
In the period of a few minutes, Kristi Eskelund's excitement at discovering she was pregnant with twins turned to confusion and fear. "You just went from a no-risk pregnancy to an off-the-chart risk."
The Walker Journalism Award honors the legacy of Christian journalism pioneer Robert Walker and encourages media students to articulate the Christian message. See who won big for their reporting.
Born without eyes and a mental disability that left his head misshapen, a little boy named Sifle was instantly thought to be a curse to his family and community.
Despite sparse water and electricity, spreading sewage and transportation difficulties, Iris Global teams have ventured out to nearby villages to meet immediate needs, often with miraculous provision.
Think generosity's a thing of the past? Think again ... and watch how one man has sparked a movement that's impacting lives through a simple, biblical truth.
Find out how prayer and fasting are transforming San Francisco's roughest neighborhood.
Anusha is one little girl with a very big dream: She wants to be a doctor.
When the physical transformation of Jim Wolf found its way onto the Internet via a 2-minute time-lapse video, it went viral. People everywhere watched as Wolf, then a homeless United States Army veteran, miraculously changed into a well-dressed businessman.
From hunger to homelessness and human trafficking to orphan care, the church has renewed its focus on caring for and fighting for those in need. But are we approaching social justice the way God desires?
Brett Durbin and the Kansas-based Trash Mountain Project look to pile on hope for the countless children and families living in trash dump communities around the world.
In 1954, Huldah Buntain sailed with her husband to Calcutta, India, for a one-year term as missionaries. That stint has stretched into 60 years of serving the poor in one of the most populous cities through a massive network of ministriesstill led by this remarkable 89-year-old woman.
Engaging with the rampant need in India is easier than you think. Heres how Charisma readers can help.
How does an 89-year-old Pentecostal American woman continue to shape the face of one of India's most populous and destitute cities? Find out here.
Isolation and persecution threaten the Iranian church. But there is hopemillions are thirsty for the truth, and SAT-7 is putting it within their reach. You can take action today.