Hundreds of tornadoes have hit the U.S. in a span of only 30 days. And yet, in the debris and devastation, God has done miracles. Listen as host Jenny Rose Spaudo shares what God has wrought in the midst of these trials.
Franklin Graham announced that Sunday, June 2, would be a special day set aside to pray for President Donald Trump. More than 250 Christian leaders have pledged to do the same. Listen as host Taylor Berglund reports on the purpose of this special day.
Meghann Bowman's petite body wasn't meant to carry a baby. At least, that's what doctors said. Bowman received a diagnosis that broke her heart, and she was sure she had no chance at natural conception. But God had other plans for her family—and her waiting. Listen to this Charisma News episode with host Jessilyn Lancaster to hear how He moved in the midst of pain.
The U.S. Supreme Court has upheld an Indiana law protecting the remains of aborted babies. At the same time, though, the court refused to consider reinstating the state's ban on abortions due to a baby’s disability, sex or race. Listen as host Jenny Rose Spaudo reports on what some think is a mixed message from the nation's highest court.
Heidi and Rolland Baker have served in the African nation of Mozambique for many years and have grown fond of the people. Now they've seen devastation and desperation after two cyclones recently hit the country. Listen to this special report as Heidi shares her heart and shows how ministries and other groups can work together to meet critical needs in times of disaster.
Lynette Lewis was in her 40s when she married the man of her dreams. At 45, she got pregnant, but the baby had no heartbeat. She remembers shaking uncontrollably in the doctor's office, asking, "Why me? This isn't fair!" But the Lord gave her a dream about twin girls. Listen to this Charisma News episode with host Jessilyn Lancaster to hear how Lynette went from devastation to pushing her girls down the street in a stroller—and every step of faith in between.
A new study on sexual abuse and harassment within the church has uncovered some surprising findings—including the discovery that one in three churchgoers believe even more sexual abuse by pastors will be exposed in the coming years. Listen as host Taylor Berglund reveals more about the findings of this important study.
America’s youth struggle more with depression, loneliness and biblical illiteracy than seemingly anyone before them. But apologist Sean McDowell says parents don’t need to panic. Listen as host Jenny Rose Spaudo shares more about the generation experts call America’s first post-Christian generation.
Five miscarriages, but doctors couldn't find anything wrong. Jen Maynard knew the Lord had promised her children, but she never stopped to think that those children might not be her biological babies. Now, Jen is using her pain, grief and heartache to minister to other women who have endured the same trauma. Listen to the podcast with host Jessilyn Lancaster to hear how.
The U.S. House of Representatives has taken the radical step of eliminating the phrase “So help me God” from the courtroom oath. Find out from host Jenny Rose Spaudo what a key evangelical leader thinks of this removal and why it happened.
Doctors told her she would never conceive. Dianne Leman looked them in the eye and prophetically claimed that her body would miraculously carry a child. But after years of heartache, she was about to give up on the Lord's promise. Listen as host Jessilyn Lancaster interviews the Lemans to hear what changed in their lives.
Across the country, LGBTQ people celebrate their sexual orientation through Gay Pride parades every year in June, known as Pride Month. But the final weekend of May, people who have left the LGBTQ lifestyle are staging a march of their own testifying of God's overcoming power in their lives. Listen and learn more from host Taylor Berglund.
An arsonist recently threw a firebomb that destroyed a Christian television studio in Jerusalem. Daystar, one of the largest Christian TV networks, plans to restore the devastated building. Listen as host Jenny Rose Spaudo shares the lesson Daystar owners have found in the wake of this crime.
Last year, Australia made headlines after Scott Morrison—the country’s first Pentecostal Prime Minister—was appointed to office. This year, he made headlines again after a miraculous reelection victory. Listen as host Taylor Berglund shares Morrison's perspective on his win.
In her nightmare, Amy Burton saw a woman involved in the occult stabbing her pregnant stomach. As a Spirit-filled Christian, Amy warred over the dream with prayers and declarations. But she lost that baby—and more who followed. Where was God? Why didn't He heal her? Why did she continue to miscarry? Listen as host Jessilyn Lancaster asks Amy and her husband, John, about these important life questions.
She'd known God her whole life, but her faith was put to the test when she lost her first child to miscarriage. And her second. And her third. Julia Jeffress Sadler, daughter of First Baptist Dallas Pastor Robert Jeffress, shares her remarkable story about the spiritual warfare behind carrying a child and how praying big things gets big results.
Christian girls are being lured into sex trafficking under the guise of marrying wealthy Christian men. The deception is horrible, but listen as host Jenny Rose Spaudo shares how you can intercede.
The U.S. House of Representatives has passed HR 5, also known as the “Equality Act,” and Christians are not happy about it. Listen as host Jenny Rose Spaudo reports on the bill and what equality really means.
A new documentary on a racially motivated massacre shows how God can turn something evil around for good. Listen as host Jenny Rose Spaudo tells about the film that addresses Dylann Roof's killing of nine people at Emanuel Episcopal Church and how the church responded.
Though some leaders believe that Millennials are harder to reach than other generations with the gospel, a new study has found the opposite is true—Millennial Christians are actually more engaged than any other generation. Find out more from host Taylor Berglund.
Focus on the Family recently broadcast a live ultrasound for nearly 20,000 people at an event called "Alive in New York" in Times Square. Listen as host Jenny Rose Spaudo reports on the crowd's reaction.
Four Christians were killed for their faith during an attack in the West African nation of Burkina Faso. Listen as host Jenny Rose Spaudo shares how believers can be praying in the wake of this recent persecution.
Alabama passed the strongest abortion ban in the U.S. in May 2019. One pro-life activist says this legislative success has prophetic timing for the birth of her unborn daughter. Listen as host Jenny Rose Spaudo shares more about The Human Life Protection Act.
A Twitter interaction caused serious ripples throughout the body of Christ, as Bible teacher Beth Moore voiced her opinion that women should be able to preach in church—in contrast to standing policy in the Southern Baptist denomination, which launched her teaching ministry.
A group of German Christians brought a life-size, gold-coated menorah to Jerusalem as a peace offering to the Jewish people. Listen as Charisma News host Jenny Rose Spaudo explains why these believers were compelled to bring such a huge and special gift.