"If anyone's been watching the rounds on the web recently then I'm sure you've seen people posting a well-known prophecy by the famous 20th-century evangelist Smith Wigglesworth."
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Who will sound a shocking alarm announcing that the church is asleep, lukewarm and without passion?
Many Christians don't understand exactly what it is. This should help.
It's time to slay this Goliath.
Do you have the discernment to tell the difference between what is of God and what originates with man?
A healthy church should experience seasons of growth, but even cults generate large numbers of followers. Here are 5 simple ways to gauge the health of a church as well as a believer.
The Egyptian system of old is done. In part three of a three-part series, John Burton tells us how the church can apostolically move into a place of intercession, life and freedom.
Dollar's board is already bracing for the backlash.
Francis Chan shares his excitement and his concerns for young, up-and-coming leaders in the church.
People are leaving churches in record fashion. Is it time for pastors to look within for the reason why?
When Patti Garibay gathered her fellow mothers around her kitchen table in 1995, determined to create a faith-based community for their daughters, she had no idea their group would multiply four-hundredfold.
Christian dominion theology has been under fire for decades. Joseph Mattera offers plenty of reasons why the theology is flawed.
From the outside, many of our modern churches don't look too different than the nightclub down the street. So, what is the distinction?
There are certain things you should not say to a guest in a worship service. Here are some things that you shouldn't hesitate to say.
People are leaving or changing churches at a record pace—when should we NOT leave a church?
There seems to be misunderstanding around Scriptures that relate to water baptism. What does the Bible really say?
When we surrender in worship, we open spiritual floodgates and at least six supernatural things happen.
There is a very troubling trend in the evangelical church as a whole. We are in desperate need of genuine leadership.
"What do you mean we don't have to go to the priest and confess and we don't have to take penance and do 10 Hail Marys?"
What is the spiritual and biblical significance of this aspect of worship?