Depression can make life seem not worth living and give Christians added guilt for having it. George O. Wood answers the question: How do we capture the psalmist's final word of trusting the Lord?
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Sharing our faith is at the crux of Christianity, but the biggest roadblock to evangelism is beginning the conversation. Heres how to get started.
On the one-year anniversary of the megastorm that rocked the Northeast, a New Jersey pastor reflects upon five lessons the storm taught him and that instruct the ministry of his church today.
Nearly 7,000 people filled the seats at Radio City Music Hall last Friday and Saturday to worship with international church leaders.
Most churches are constantly asking for volunteers, but members may not always be so willing to help out for a number of different reasons.
As a stopgap measure, a bold new effort is underway to help leaders in the practical aspects of ministry.
A view of the problem from God's perspective changes everythingHe even knows when we need toilet paper.
Franklin Graham, president and CEO of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and Samaritans Purse, remembers his friend Chuck Smith.
Michael W. Smith has learned a lot from Billy Graham and reflects on that friendship as he prepares for the in-home crusade My Hope America.
Drenda Keesee is using the media to help women discover their God-given potential. Her new weekly program Drenda is broadcast on numerous national TV networks like the ABC Family Channel.
Ed Stetzer remembers how Chuck Smith played an important role in the evangelical movement in the past century.
The contemporary gospelwhich is really no gospel at allstarts with me and tells me what God can do to please me.
Rick Joyner has previously predicted the destruction of Americas republicmaybe even during President Obamas second term.
A non-Catholic assessment of the positive versus the negative of Pope Francis' recent comments.
Pastor Chuck Smith, who initiated the rise of Calvary Chapel, passed away Thursday at age 86 after a long battle with lung cancer.
It started off as a few souls responding at the end of Franklin Grahams gospel message and turned into throngs of people flooding the stage, elbow-to-elbow, hundreds of people packed in, aisles backed up.
Carl Lentz, the unconventional pastor at Hillsong Church NYC, is featured in Details magazines October issue. Find out more about this "apostle of cool." Is he this generation's Billy Graham?
Phil Cooke gives some frank advice to donors who are in an uproar about the walkway constructed of bricks with their names engraved on them: Get a life.
Ron Cantor outlines four ways to keep from becoming an insecure, abusive leader who produces little or rotten fruit. Can you think of others?
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