A brief look at a major shift in church history.
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Meet the new generation of Spirit-empowered leaders out to change the world.
In an age of Twitter and Facebook, churches too are breaking new ground in evangelism, humanitarian aid and community development.
Australias Hillsong Church may be on the other side of the world, but its music and ministry style have affected every continent. We talked to Pastor Brian Houston about the global impact of Aussie faith.
Its often difficult to find a healthy churchmuch less become a healthy part of one. Heres why you should make the effort.
In the heart of Seattle, the Church of the Undignified has become a refuge for ex-drug addicts, prostitutes and gangsters living in an anything goes neighborhood.
Many believe that the next generation of Christian leaders has unprecedented opportunities to complete the Great Commission. I agree. But I believe those who desire to successfully appropriate these opportunities must fit the following profile.
Our focus must be on the development of character and skills--not on titles and status!
Jesus overturned every worldly idea about power when He introduced the concept of servant leadership.
Most people don't know how warmly Pope John Paul II welcomed the renewal of the Holy Spirit. I saw his passion for God up close.
Reaching the unchurched ... is the responsibility of every follower of Jesus Christ in this country. Period. Are you taking care of your responsibility?
Thirty years ago Frank and Anita Worthen founded a ministry that today has helped thousands of homosexuals escape that lifestyle.
Angelus Temple, founded in 1923 by Aimee Semple McPherson, lost its edge in recent years. But today the historic landmark is poised to reach a new generation for Christ.
Aimee Semple McPherson's son, Rolf, now 89, says he's thrilled that a younger leader is carrying on his mother's ministry.
Deaf people often are stigmatized by society—and even by the church. But deaf ministries accrosss the United States are using Spirit-led sensitivity to reach those who cannot hear.