An Australian minister and social justice advocate was recently called out during a television broadcast after he commented that Christians complaining about persecution should just “suck it up.” How did he respond to this challenge? Listen as host Taylor Berglund shares what happened next.
Joshua Harris, the author of I Kissed Dating Goodbye, recently announced he is no longer a Christian. The stunning announcement came shortly after he and his wife said they planned to separate. Listen as host Jenny Rose Spaudo reports on Harris and why he said he has left the faith.
Pastor Choco De Jesus grew up as a young man in Humboldt Park, one of the most violent neighborhoods in America. But as pastor of New Life Covenant Church, he's helped transform his hometown with the love of Christ. He explains to host Taylor Berglund how to be a force for justice in your own community.
The U.S. House of Representatives voted on two resolutions last week: one to affirm anti-Israel protests and one to condemn them. Listen as host Taylor Berglund reports on the one that passed.
A jury found famous pop singer Katy Perry guilty of copyright infringement for stealing the underlying beat from a Christian rap song. Host Jenny Rose Spaudo shares more about this case in this Charisma News episode.
Justice Rising International uses education to breaks cycles of violence in some of the most war-torn regions on earth. Founding director Cassandra Lee tells host Taylor Berglund how the Holy Spirit has used education to change entire communities and bring justice to the next generation.
Pastor Jentezen Franklin recently prayed over Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro. A photo shows him passionately praying over the president with several others gathered around. Listen as host Jenny Rose Spaudo shares what happened at this exciting event.
On the 400th anniversary of slavery in America, a group of Christian leaders are gathering to lament, fast and petition heaven for racial reconciliation. Josh Clemons, co-director of the OneRace movement, explains to host Taylor Berglund the spiritual warfare reality behind racism in the U.S. and shares why it's important to know our history so we can change the future.
Carlos Rodriguez shares how his charismatic faith and desire for justice go hand-in-hand, how workers and volunteers are helping on the ground in Puerto Rico, and how our listeners, wherever they are, can make a difference and advocate for the least of these. The Prophetic Activism series with host Taylor Berglund highlights conversations about countercultural faith and justice in the modern age. We speak to people who, like the Old Testament prophets, are calling out biblical injustice in society and acting as the hands and feet of Christ in difficult situations.
After weeks of protests, Puerto Rico’s governor announced his resignation. Following the historic announcement, Samuel Rodriguez reminded everyone this isn’t over yet and urged believers to pray. Host Taylor Berglund shares in this episode what's happening on the island and how you, too, can pray.
A Pentecostal church in Tennessee was vandalized in July with words and images that include racial slurs, but the church’s leaders say they have forgiven the culprit. Listen to hear the full report from host Taylor Berglund.
A megachurch pastor recently preached at rapper Kanye West’s church. After Rich Wilkerson Jr. had finished preaching, he said it was the coolest church service he had ever attended. Listen as host Jenny Rose Spaudo shares more about what happened that day at the invite-only church service.
A Chick-fil-A worker stopped wiping down tables to pray over a customer when he felt the Holy Spirit prompting him. A photographer sitting nearby snapped a photo of the moment. Find out what happened next from host Jenny Rose Spaudo on this episode.
Not only has Pastor Matt Miklasz faced cancer in the past, but he has a recent diagnosis as well. In this episode with host Marti Pieper and in his latest book, "Joy for the Journey," he offers insight on walking through trials in a healthy way.
A Houston pastor recently lost three family members in a car crash in Israel. Pastor Scott Riling’s daughter, son-in-law and infant grandson were all killed. Listen as host Jenny Rose Spaudo shares how you can pray for this pastor and his surviving family.
Following a divisive week of politics, the chaplain for the U.S. House of Representatives led in a bold prayer on the House floor to cast out spirits of darkness from Congress. Listen to this episode with host Taylor Berglund to find out what Rev. Pat Conroy prayed over the House.
A Georgia mother called it a "miracle" when her 2-year-old daughter survived a horrible accident. Their van rolled down a steep hill and into busy traffic. Listen as host Jenny Rose Spaudo shares more about what happened.
Noel Yeatts, an activist who fights human trafficking and spreads the gospel, says Jeffrey Epstein’s case is just another example of how America drives the trafficking industry. Find out more from host Jenny Rose Spaudo on this Charisma News episode.
An Assemblies of God congregation in Oregon got quite a scare recently when shots rang out in the middle of a church service. Listen as host Jenny Rose Spaudo reports on what happened.
In the late 1990s, Joshua Harris' book I Kissed Dating Goodbye taught a generation of evangelicals about relationships. But the author has publicly apologized for what he taught in the book—and recently announced some sad news for his own marriage. Listen to learn more from host Taylor Berglund.
Ben Kinchlow, a former longtime host of CBN's The 700 Club, died July 18. Now CBN and Christian leaders are honoring his legacy online. Listen to learn more about Kinchlow's life and ministry on this episode with host Taylor Berglund.
For years, pastors and clergy members were considered to be highly trustworthy—but that reputation is changing. A recent study found that a majority of Americans no longer trust the clergy. Find out more from host Taylor Berglund in this episode.
When a bus crashed into a church in Virginia this month, six people were injured. Listen to find out from host Taylor Berglund more of what happened in the accident.
Earlier this year on Easter Sunday, ISIS attacked Christians in Sri Lanka in a suicide bombing. But now, revival is beginning to spread rapidly. Find out from host Jenny Rose Spaudo how God is using for good what Satan intended for evil.
Michael W. Smith and Kevin Jonas will soon launch a new music center at Liberty University. Their desire is to equip worship pastors and others who want to minister through music. Listen as host Jenny Rose Spaudo shares more about what they hope to accomplish at Liberty.