Tyler Burns explains why the answers to the American church's problems won't come from America
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Pastor Sharon Hodde Miller talks about women in ministry, racial diversity, and the importance of asking the difficult questions
It's time for the intercessors in the U.K. to rise up, revoke word curses, bless the U.K. nations and pray for God's will.
You and I were destined to be a river of blessing to others.
It will help calm your fears through life-changing events.
Statistics may show that the religious "nones" are rising, but this pastor sees a different reality on the ground.
We have something to do with our prophetic words.
The answer is simple, yet difficult for many believers.
"I didn't want to leave. The Lord told me that I had not yet fulfilled my purpose."
The musical artist says she will not allow "the pain I've gone through to be in vain."
Corporately, it won't happen until believers do their part.
"They will say that God is good and how much He loves them, but when it comes down to it, they don't really believe that God will do it for them."
As a member of the Circuit Riders ministry, she sees thousands of students rising up to change their campus.
Don't walk away from where God's placed you. You may be walking away from the very treasure you seek.
Repairing the breach between Messianic and Gentile believers is critical for God's plan.
The president of a trillion-dollar corporation says if these are present, God will be glorified.
The Soul Survivor pastor says, "We're just trying to do everything we can to reduce human hype."
Today, our more liberal churches have moved further and further away from it, and it shows.
Christian-influenced nations by far have a higher ceiling for women and enable them to serve as leaders in every realm of society.
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