Craig L. Blomberg explains why we should support the oday's New International Version of the New Testament.
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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.
Wayne A. Grudem explains why he and hundreds of respected evangelical leaders oppose Today's New International Version of the New Testament.
Aimee Semple McPherson's son, Rolf, now 89, says he's thrilled that a younger leader is carrying on his mother's ministry.
They cross dangerous rivers, hike through deserts and drive into impenetrable jungles. There's nowhere on the planet Philip and Sharon Smethurst won't go for Jesus.
Missionary Philip Smethurst believes God wants young adults to embrace the challenges of missionary adventure.
In most Muslim nations, sharing the gospel is forbidden. But observers believe that Turkey--where the New Testament church flourished--may be the key to reaching all of the Middle East.
In the Pacific Northwest, a new ministry is reclaiming the gift of healing for a new generation.
After receiving prayer for healing, one former drug addict's HIV disappeared.
Sickness and tragedy helped set the direction of the Pentecostal pioneer's unique ministry.
Kim Daniels takes her nickname seriously. Since she began her evangelistic ministry in Florida, she's seen homosexuals healed, witches converted to Christ and mentally deranged people set free by God's power.
In spite of Muslim tensions, Jordan has displayed unusual openness to the gospel as Christian tourists visit this 'other Holy Land.'
They call themselves 777 Skateboards. Their goal is unorthodox: to take the gospel to the thousands of teenagers who spend most of their lives on skateboard ramps.
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