Why Beth Moore’s Challenge Can’t Be Ignored

Bible teacher Beth Moore is one of the most gracious, polite and approachable ministers I know. This is not just because of her Southern accent or her folksy Texas humor. She is a genuine Christian who takes her calling as a preacher of God’s Word very seriously—yet she’s humble enough to know she’s not all that. She’s just a servant of the Lord.

The Power of Ascension Day 2018

The Christian world celebrates Ascension Day on May 10, 2018. The ascension of our Lord Jesus Christ finalized His redemptive work on earth and validated that His death on the cross was finished and all sufficient. It ended His humiliation and completed the resurrection. It exalted Him to the place of honor and authority at the right hand of God the Father.

There’s a Fresh Momentum — The Church Must Foster It

The previous week Evangelists Daniel Kolenda and the Christ for All Nations (CfaN) team hosted leaders from seminal moves of God in Toronto, Canada to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Toronto Blessing. But they, and the more than 3,000 worshipers in attendance, experienced more than a trip down memory lane. God truly lit the fire again.

North Korea Will Open Its Doors to Christianity

A few months ago, North Korea’s dictator, Kim Jong-un, was firing missiles over Japan and threatening to send nuclear bombs in our direction.

California Pastor: Has My State Lost Its Mind?

From Assembly bills that are trying to silence the voice of truth to legislation that limits parental rights and seeks to promote perverted sex education, we are at the crossroads: “Woe to those who call evil good and good evil” (Isa. 5:20a).

Grieving with Grace: Barbara Bush Sets Example

The following is submitted by Jan Teel-Nealis author of Grieving by the Numbers: Glimpses of Glory:

The Definition of a Christian

Here is an interesting fact. Christian is the idiom we use most frequently for Christ-followers, but that term ‘Christian’ occurs in Scripture only three times! (Acts 11:26; 26:28; I Peter 4:16) Only three times – and it is not a term of endearment, but of derision, the name no one wanted to be identified by, the name that led to persecution and cultural rejection.

Why Would a Chick-fil-A Sandwich Make Anyone Angry?

The only food on Chick-fil-A’s menu I normally eat is the grilled market salad, since I’m watching my weight. But today I feel like ordering dozens of chicken sandwiches with waffle fries to share with friends. Why? Chick-fil-A is again under scrutiny because of its Christian values.

Don’t Be a Prophecy Seeker—Be a God Chaser

I meet many people today who tell me they need a word from God. I’ve seen Christians line up in front of prophets, hoping for a quick solution to their problem. I’ve also seen those same Christians stand in line a second time, in front of the same prophets, because they didn’t like the word they received the first time! I call these people “prophecy chasers.”

‘Paul:’ A Different Kind of Superhero Movie

Back in the old days, Hollywood gave us big-screen Bible epics every year around Easter. Ben-Hur, The Robe and The Greatest Story Ever Told offered chariot races, clashing swords, sweeping musical scores and colorful Roman costumes—along with some overacting and cheesy religious sentimentality.

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