Uprooted by their country's long-running unrest, some of Colombia's displaced millions are finding hope through caring Christians.
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Where is the church growing fastest today? A leading researcher crunched the numbers for Charisma--and the results may surprise you.
Just when you thought most Pentecostals were all emotion and no intellect, along comes Mark Rutland--scholar, orator, wordsmith. And did we mention college president?
African American Christians typically vote for Democrats. But because same-sex marriage is a key issue this year, some say they're not sure how they will vote.
This is not a time for God's people to engage in partisan politics. We need His prophetic directive as we face the next election.
When CeCe Winans auditioned in a talent search as a child, she never dreamed God would use her to sing the gospel. Yet today she's using her platform to preach, too.
G.P. Taylor is intrigued by graveyards, wizardry and ancient folklore. But the author of the popular new book Shadowmancer is an Anglican priest who's been filled with the Holy Spirit.
Have your noticed that we don't fit in the pews anymore? God's people are packing on the pounds, but His Word is clear about how we can reclaim our health.
It didn't happen overnight. But Lakewood Church--pastored by Joel Osteen--has grown from 8,000 to 30,000 since 1999. And Osteen expects the church to zoom to 100,000.
Songwriter Darlene Zschech lives in Australia, but her music has revitalized worship in thousands of churches on this side of the planet.
For years Pastor John Hagee has employed what he calls "bulldog faith" to defeat obstacles. Today he's sharing his success secrets in a significant new book.
Don't expect a romanticized view of Jesus in Mel Gibson's new film The Passion of the Christ. The movie is violent, but it's an accurate portrayal of the crucifixion.
Dynamic African American businessman Al Hollingsworth is using his money to help youngsters achieve their dreams
Vicky Liew and her team of Chinese women are taking God's love to illegal immigrants in one of New York City's toughest areas.
Not all Christians like George W. Bush's politics. But most agree that he discovered faith in Christ the old-fashioned way.
Nobody accuses Juanita Bynum of beating around the bush. Not afraid to confront, she aims for the heart and bluntly calls the church to repentance.
Christians in Iraq have welcomed the end of Saddam Hussein's reign of terror. Now they are asking their brothers and sisters in the West to help them rebuild a broken nation.
Once a victim of abuse, Beth Moore is one of America's most popular ministers today. She says her life is 'living proof' that God's Word can transform lives.
Evolutionists despise him, and some Christians don't agree with his views on Earth's beginnings. But Hugh Ross--like no other man of faith--is taking the gospel to the scientific community.
A new Pentecostal fervor is stirring in America's black mainline churches. Leaders of this movement say the Holy Spirit is breaking centuries-old traditions.
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