Brazil Has Become a Global Hot Spot for Revival

Brazilians are known for being loud, fun-loving and passionate. That might be a stereotype, but it seems to match a spiritual trend that is rocking South America’s largest country. Last weekend, an estimated 140,000 Brazilian young people made some serious noise when they jammed into three stadiums in the cities of Sao Paulo and Brasilia.

Jesus Is Transforming Salvadoran Gang Members

This Monday, I stood in front of 600 male inmates at a prison in Izalco, El Salvador. The men were dressed in white T-shirts and white drawstring pants, and many of them sported tattoos on their faces and necks. All the men were members of violent gangs when they were incarcerated. About 20% of them were affiliated with the MS-13 gang—a group known for horrific attacks on women, children and police officers.

Rodgers Confession on Why He Abandoned His Christian Faith Shows Why Theology Matters

NFL star quarterback and certain future Hall of Famer Aaron Rodgers has once again opened up about his personal beliefs, adding further details to why he has essentially abandoned the Christian faith.

Young Christians Can Smell a Fake a Mile Away

I spent this past weekend with a group of younger guys from the Washington, D.C. area. Most of them were in their mid- to late 20s and early 30s—the age of my own kids. All but two of them were single. And even though I am twice their age they loved being with me. I’ve been texting several of them since our three-day retreat.

Evangelist Alveda King: 2020 Brings New Decade, New Season

Evangelist Alveda King, niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., submits the following in honor of the national holiday honoring her uncle:

Four Nonnegotiable Priorities for Believers in 2020

“But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be given to you” (Matt. 6:33).

5 Things Most People Don’t Know About Iran

The world watched on Monday as Iranians shouted “Death to America!” in the streets of Tehran. A crowd of at least 1 million people gathered for the funeral of Revolutionary Guard Gen. Qassem Suleimani, who was killed on Jan. 3 by American forces. The angry protesters burned American flags and called for the assassination of President Trump while Suleimani’s daughter, Zeinab, called for revenge.

The Single Most Important Habit You Need in 2020

When I was a teenager, my mentor, Barry, taught me to have a daily devotional time with God. This has become the single most important habit in my life, and I’m convinced no one can grow as a Christian without it.

How the ‘Grinchy’ Press Attacks Christmas

Evangelist Alveda King submits the following and is available for comment:

Don’t Underestimate the Power of Small Prayers

The new film A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood celebrates TV’s famous Mister Rogers by looking at how his Christian kindness impacted the life of a cynical journalist who was assigned to write about him. In one scene, Fred Rogers (played by Tom Hanks) is shown kneeling by his bed, praying with a note pad and mentioning the journalist by name.

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