The televangelist and megachurch founder has gone to be with the Lord. Please pray for his family.
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The open letter claims they are approaching him in love.
Is the gospel star being too hard on the megachurch pastor?
Turns out he doesn't need $65 million from donors after all.
I will not be sending Creflo Dollar $300 to help him buy a $65 million jet for his ministry. The very thought of it is obscene.
The famed charismatic leader converted to Roman Catholicism last year, but what does the conversion mean for his church?
If you're a pastor, you've probably heard these before, but doesn't it still sting when you hear them?
He has become a modern-day Mordecai helping rescue suffering women, but he can't do it alone.
When he saw discrimination and abuse of women, former Charisma editor J. Lee Grady felt the Holy Spirit say: "Why don't you defend them?" He responded as a journalist with books and articles. But now his ministry has expanded around the world with conferences, girls' homes and women's shelters. And Lee needs your help.
Like a codependent spouse, abused churches typically continue to hire abusive pastors. Here are some tips to stop that trend.
I believe the great revival could be at the door. It tarries, perhaps, until we tweak our message and begin presenting Jesus as more than means for personal happiness.
Discover more about The Mordecai Project as well as the injustices women face around the globe
Could you imagine if the church got serious about our sins? What if we repented?
Dove award winner and songwriter Jennie Lee Riddle has launched a camp to raise up the next generation of worship leaders.
The church as structured in the New Testament is able to turn the world upside down. But we need to set the believers free first.
Most churches are already over-programmed and under-discipled. But that's just the fruit of this disturbing trend.
"Millennials are leaving the church because they're tired of just gathering to gather. They want to gather for the purpose of actually doing something."
What can we do to overcome these and stem this tide?
Could there be similarities between the Nazis' German Christians in the 1930-40s and part of today's American church?
Some people haven't discovered God's will for their lives because they are afraid to. Are you one of them?