"America's fall from God is not only progressing—it's accelerating."
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It is a major opportunity to get closer to God.
During this pandemic, my antique dining room table has reminded me of the strength of a legacy of faith.
"I'm always preaching that if you can't change your situation, then change your attitude."
There are some hopeful signs.
It's the one place where we all need to return.
He is hopeful that President Trump will make the declaration for the country.
Jesus, our Passover Lamb, grants us bold access into the presence, protection and peace of God.
The souls of a nation and a generation are at stake.
When will the multitudes realize it?
What are we doing to glorify Him in this challenging time?
We need the courage, in this Ninevah moment, to speak the truth in love, instead of being reluctant, like Jonah.
We won't be moved if we choose not to be moved.
This pastor has witnessed its power firsthand.
The vice president of Billy Graham Evangelistic Association says it's a perfect opportunity.
When Juárez, Mexico, was still the murder capital of the world, Poncho Murguía chose to follow Holy Spirit's lead. What happened next was nothing short of miraculous.
Here are some unwavering principles the church can apply in seasons of unraveling.
Without it, Kendall says, there is no hope.
Revivalist Chris Burns says: "I watched as Jesus saved an evil man's soul. Forgiveness was being given to this man for things I didn't know if I could even forgive."
The Bible is clear that God blesses His people. But it's also clear that some blessings have conditions.