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What is the difference between a good leader and a great leader? Here's how to make the distinction.
Why the American church has a "wiring" problem when it comes to engaging the culture with the gospel—and how you can help to fix that
It's long been believed that half of America's Christian marriages end in divorce. But when Harvard-trained researcher Shaunti Feldhahn tried to find the actual research to prove those points, she couldn't.
Church-growth specialist C. Peter Wagner evaluates where the apostolic/prophetic movement has been—and where it's going.
There has been a lot a talk about megachurches over the years, but what about the people who attend them?
Charisma doesn't impress God. And if charisma impresses you, be careful.
"We must redouble our efforts to bear witness, in the power of the Holy Spirit, to reach all the world with the gospel," says George O. Wood.
Fellowship Church's provocative sermon series will challenge believers to prove God's promises true.
Charles Swindoll recently tweeted a staunch warning to Christian bullies who are giving believers a bad name. Read these five warning signs that you might be a mean-spirited leader.
Charismatic pastor and author David Housholder tackles 10 must-know facts about the Pentecostal movement. Test your knowledge: Did you know these things?
"If your vision does not include everyone, then it is not a God-sized vision."
Paul warned Timothy to beware of unsound teachers, and that warning has proved true many times since. Today, we have a multitude of ear-tickling preachers. How can we recognize them?
Meeting with more than 50,000 Catholic charismatics, the pope willingly knelt onstage as those present prayed for him with singing and speaking in tongues. Find out how he reacted.
Steven Kim doesn't just talk about the fight against human trafficking—he lives out the consequences of it.
When spiritual gifts are used correctly, they produce powerful results in our churches. George O. Wood offers tips on how to encourage the proper use of spiritual gifts in your church.
Brenda Spahn knew she was supposed to work with women who had been in trouble, but she avoided this calling until her own brush with the law opened her eyes. Read her inspiring story.
Just over one-third of the new AG churches planted last year were started by a demographic that's seeing a rapid shift from Catholicism to Pentecostalism.
Every possible pressure is being brought to bear upon Christians to make them conform to the standards of the world. How should we respond?
If a person is demonstrating a genuine spiritual gift, how is it possible to misuse that gift? George O. Wood offers three ways to test it.