Around 4 million people flocked to the Brownsville revival in Pensacola, Florida, between 1995 and 2000. Now Pentecostal leaders are celebrating with a new event marking the historic revival. Listen as host Jenny Rose shares about the Light the Fire Again Conference 2019.
Dr. Anthony Levatino is a gynecologist who has performed around 1,200 abortions. He brings that experience to his role in the new pro-life movie Unplanned. But his own abortion practice ended when he experienced a horrible tragedy in his family.
Psychologist and University of Toronto professor Jordan Peterson has become popular in certain intellectual circles as he confronts liberal politics and ideology. But he opened up about his own beliefs—and struggle to believe—at a recent Liberty University appearance.
Lois Evans, wife of author and pastor Tony Evans is once again suffering from a rare cancer. Listen to learn more and lift her up in prayer.
A 1,700-year-old inscription archaeologists recently found in a church in the Israeli desert bears the name of an ancient biblical town. Listen to learn more about this historic find.
Yes, trafficking is happening in the physical world, but what if the solution is supernatural? Helen Taylor joins Charisma News host Jessilyn Lancaster to talk about how prayer really can make a difference and how you can get involved with anti-trafficking efforts in your own community. Listen to hear how to take the first step toward abolition.
The U.S. House of Representatives recently introduced a bill in an attempt to protect the LGBT community. Liberty Counsel says the so-called "Equality Act" threatens the free exercise of speech and religion. Is this bill merely pushing the gay agenda?
Much of the African continent was devastated in March by Cyclone Idai, one of the worst storms to ever hit the Southern Hemisphere. Find out what Heidi Baker's Iris Global organization is doing and how you can pray for the recovery and ministry efforts.
When the Christian pro-life film Unplanned hit theaters, there was plenty of reason to believe it would fail. Listen to hear this small independent Christian film managed to climb to #5 at the domestic box office during the last weekend of March, shocking Hollywood insiders.
Jaime Saint, a grandson of Nate Saint, a missionary killed in Ecuador and featured in the movie End of the Spear, will speak at a special event hosted by All Nations, a missionary training and sending organization. All Nations will also pay tribute to John Allen Chau, a young missionary who was martyred while on mission last November.
Joni Eareckson Tada, who became a quadriplegic after diving into shallow water decades ago, was hospitalized at the end of March in her ongoing battle with breast cancer. Listen to this Charisma News podcast to learn more about how this well-loved author, artist and disability advocate is doing.
Kara Powell, director of Fuller Youth Institute and co-author of Growing With, joins host Jessilyn Lancaster to talk all things college admissions, from the recent bribery scandal to how to help your student find his or her calling and pick a college with the Lord's guidance.
You may know Sarah Bowling from the television show, Today With Marilyn & Sarah, which she hosts with her mother, Marilyn Hickey. A pastor and author, Bowling brings her heart of compassion to meet the most urgent and intense needs of children 5 and under through her Saving Moses organization. In her work, which includes helping the children of sex workers, she has encountered people caught in the web of human trafficking. Listen as Taylor Berglund interviews her in this episode of our trafficking series.
After Francis Chan spoke at The Send event in Orlando, Florida, on Feb. 23, some believers raised concerns that he was hanging out with “false teachers.” The well-loved pastor responded to these concerns, noting that sometimes speaking at such events with preachers he disagrees with can give the wrong impression.
This is a story about how Chick-fil-A was recently banned from the San Antonio airport. How did the fast-food chain respond? By turning to Scripture. Play to hear what happened next.
Most people in Brazil didn't think Jair Bolsonaro would become president. During his political campaign, Bolsonaro was stabbed and had to stay in a hospital bed until the election. Now that he has won, he came to the U.S. and met with Christian leaders Stephen Strang, Pat Robertson and others. The new Brazilian president said he needed God’s wisdom as he seeks to save the unborn and supports Israel.
Mission leader Robert “Bob” Finley, 96, died March 22, but in his lifetime, he founded two mission organizations, Christian Aid Mission and International Students Inc. Finley brought about a missions reformation when he observed the effectiveness of indigenous Christians to reach their own people with the gospel.
U.S. President Donald Trump has taken a bold step and recognized the sovereignty of Israel over the Golan Heights, a disputed territory between Israel and Syria. Listen to learn about the impact of his official announcement.
You probably walked the same way when you were a child. Every day, 15-year-old Kathy walked less than a mile to a friend's house after school. That's how she met her trafficker. She thought she was in love, until he asked her to go dancing but betrayed her by raping her with another man. What started at that moment led to years' worth of trafficking that happened right under her parents' nose. Until the Holy Spirit set her free. Listen to the podcast to hear how.
Three and seven-tenths miles. That's how far, on average, women and children walk each day for water. And that's not even clean water. Now you can make a difference and save lives by partnering with World Vision for the Global 6K for Clean Water. This evangelistic opportunity impacts the kingdom both in your neighborhood and abroad.
LifeWay has announced it is closing all of its 170 store locations by the end of 2019. Since Family Christian Stores closed, LifeWay has been the largest Christian retail chain. Listen to find out why the chain made this significant decision that affects Christian book, Bible and gift consumers.