Bill Bright turns 80 this month, but the founder of Campus Crusade for Christ stays busy in his twilight years building bridges with charismatics and calling for a fresh outpouring of the Holy Spirit.
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Narrowly escaping death twice, Gilbert Patterson has long known that God had a plan for his life. Today he believes he was spared to lead the Church of God in Christ into the 21st century.
They are called Goths, and they prefer black clothes and darker emotions. You may not know these people, but they are in your city tonight. Pray that somebody--maybe you?--will reach them.
Three unique pastors are reaching Goths for Jesus.
David Hart is known as a godfather of sorts in Goth evangelism.
One evangelist from New Zealand is taking the gospel right into Goth clubs.
Derek Corzine was kicked out of his church because he chose an unorthodox approach to reach his Goth friends.
In today's social climate there is growing acceptance of homosexuality--even in segments of the church. How does the Holy Spirit want us to respond to the growing "gay Christian" movement?
One of the world's leading defenders of the suffering church calls Charisma's readers to identify with our persecuted brothers and sisters.
Authorities routinely turn a blind eye to injustices against Christians, yet believers hold fast to their love for their Savior--and their enemies.
For years Christians in the south have been starved, bombed and sold into slavery in an attempt to impose Islamic rule. But church still lives.
No one did more to raise awareness about the persecuted church than Richard and Sabina Wurmbrand, who suffered for years in Romania's communist prisons.
She has wowed audiences worldwide. But Grammy-winning gospel artist Shirley Caeser also is a pastor with a passion to minister to her local community.
Millions of intelligent people believe in alien life forms, and their fascination with UFOs typically leads them to New Age beliefs. Is the church doing anything to reach this unusual mission field?
AIDS kills more that 6,000 people a day in sub-Saharan Africa, leaving hopelessness and havoc in its wake. But pastors and intercessors are coming together to break this curse and bring healing.
Recording artist Kathy Troccoli is best known for her chart-topping hit singles. But in recent years her career has taken a twist, and she's finding that her greatest passion is ministering God's healing to wonded women.
Missionary Kayy Gordon has braved subzero weather and harsh conditions for 40 years to bring the gospel to the Inuit people of Canada's northern Artic region. Charisma takes you above the tree line to witness this unusual revival.
He says he had a spiritual rebirth in 1986 and that his new faith in Christ helped him quit drinking. But it won't be certain until Election Day whether Christians believe George W. Bush's God-talk is genuine.
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