Much of the current societal norms are a reaction to a perverted idea of God-given male authority. Pastor Joel Hunter helps us understand the authority God gives men.
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Some womenand I am talking about mature believers, not lost souls or baby Christianscome into Gods sanctuary on Sunday morning dressed for clubbing. What gives?
Watch as Christian comedian Michael Jr. helps viewers get to know the lighter side of Assemblies of God General Superintendent George O. Wood.
Many Christians hold different views of what the church actually is. Joseph Mattera shares the most popular concepts he has observed regarding how believers define the church.
Here are 12 lies that Christians tell. Have you ever said these?
Pastors who are walking in their God-given authority are gifts from Jesus to encourage spiritual development. They can be wonderful spiritual parents. But how do we determine if they are healthy before we submit ourselves to them?
Why are so many megachurch pastors falling into sexual immorality? Why so much greed, which is idolatry, in the body of Christ? Charisma News Editor Jennifer LeClaire removes the veil.
Today men and women leave churches so readily if they see something wrong in the leadership. John Bevere explains that God has a better plan than just walking out.
Serious giants are facing off against the American church, including abortion, terrorism and secularism. The church has the spiritual weapons within its arsenal to take these giants down, so why do they still stand?
There is a growing tendency in the body of Christ to bypass the local church in order for the reformation of society to take place. Is this a good or bad thing?
Cindy Trimm gives some of the reasons ministers of the gospel fall away from God. Don't fall into these traps.
Bishop Joseph Mattera, who planted a church nearly 30 years ago, shares wisdom he wish he knew when he started out about successful church planting.
Have you received of the life of the Spirit, or are you stifling His conviction?
Though hyper-grace teachers have plenty of testimonies they can point to, Michael Brown shares some painful stories from people damaged by the hyper-grace message.
Jack Hayford explains how worship has often been misunderstood by the church.
Catherine Booth explains by fair and consistent interpretation that the public ministry of women is absolutely enjoined by both precept and example in the Word of God.
Stop being a ministry zombie and start thinking and praying before you give.
It is increasingly common to hear about worship leaders getting drunk after church services and dropping f-bombs while they boast about their liberty in the Lord. Some are even hiring atheists. How can this be happening in the house of the Lord?
Pastors are human, and are just as prone to temptation as the next person. But when they fall and then repent and ask for forgiveness, are we extending grace to them as the Bible commands us?
What utter blasphemy to suggest God can be bribed to favor us by our giving to Him! David Ravenhill explains why your offering has nothing to do with God's favor on your life.