Jim and Lori Bakker say, "This has got to stop."
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We must be intentional and strategic if we want to reach them.
There is no formula for it, but it's not a crapshoot, either.
Christ followers who need some good news should take this to heart.
The church could be compared to a restaurant. We can have a bad experience or meal, but does that mean we don't ever eat out or go to church again?
The enemy certainly loves to disrupt the work of God's people. Here's what you can do.
Let these truths give you strength even if you're struggling through this season.
Many will be inoculated by the spirit of apathy. But, we must be awake, aware, and sensitive to the voice of God.
In an interview with Charisma News, one Bible scholar cited a number of Bible verses to support his views. Is he right?
What are some of the keys to this church's supernatural growth?
Discover the biblical secret behind Scrooge's redemption—what transformed him from the greatest hater to the greatest lover of Christmas.
What draws them and what keeps them are two different things.
And make no mistake; they are silly.
Millennials aren't looking for brighter lights. Millennials aren't looking for more free coffee. They simply want this.
God is clear that a church cannot allow unrepentant sin to continue.
Not only does it cause dissension in the church, but it means their heart and mind are closed to the teaching of God's Word.
During the eight years she worked at a juvenile correctional facility, Nancy Alcorn saw firsthand the poor outcomes of the government's attempts to save abused and troubled girls.
He was taught Christians hate gay people, but then he became one. You won't believe what happened next.
The difference between the two may be more complex than you think.