Sy Rogers, a pastor and a leading Christian voice on sexuality, has reportedly died this month after a battle with kidney cancer. Find out about the legacy he leaves behind in this episode with host Taylor Berglund.
More than 100 churches in Ohio are taking a stand against the influence of Eastern religion in their state's public schools. Learn more in this episode with host John Matarazzo.
Derwin Gray, founding and lead pastor of Transformation Church in Indian Land, South Carolina, explains to host Taylor Berglund how the Beatitudes can shape our response to COVID-19. He talks about the inspiration behind his upcoming book, The Good Life, how the early church modeled love in a crisis and how to find true happiness in the midst of a pandemic.
Don Shenk and his team at The Tide Global Radio Ministry work hard to help persecuted Christians around the world hear Christ-centered radio shows in their native language. Listen as Shenk shares with host Jenny Rose Spaudo about the persecution believers are suffering as they follow Jesus.
Tragic news broke this weekend through The Washington Post after the paper reported that up to 30 bishops from the Church of God in Christ (COGIC) denomination had died from COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus. Host Taylor Berglund shares in this episode what COGIC is doing as a result.
Gospel Music Association Hall of Fame singer Gary McSpadden died recently after battling cancer for several weeks. Tune in as host Jenny Rose Spaudo reflects on the well-known artist's musical and spiritual legacy.
A Covid-19 drug used in Israel has seen amazing results with severely ill patients. Now that same drug has been used on a critically ill patient in the U.S. Learn more in this encouraging episode with host John Matarazzo.
In the midst of a global pandemic brought on by COVID-19—also known as the coronavirus—Gateway Church pastor Robert Morris says God has fulfilled a 20-year old prophecy over Gateway. Find out more about the prophecy in this episode with host Taylor Berglund.
Several popular pastors have decided to take advantage of the coronavirus isolation to show off their hidden musical talents. Find out who has what talent in this episode with host Jenny Rose Spaudo.
Despite all the bad news surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic, church leaders are reporting some refreshing good news. Church Answers founder and CEO Thom Rainer says God is doing good things through the local church. Learn how in this episode with host John Matarazzo.
Willow Creek Community Church lost its founding pastor, Bill Hybels, when he stepped down in 2018 in the wake of a sex scandal. Now, two years later, the church has found a new senior pastor. Listen as host Jenny Rose Spaudo reports on how the church found new leadership in this difficult season.
When as a couple, you face a storm such as job loss, financial pressure, a family member's illness or the death of a child, will your marriage hold up? If you're not in a storm right now (and with COVID-19, most of us are), you will be. In this episode, authors Gene and Carol Kent share the godly secrets they've learned to help give your marriage "Staying Power." Listen to this engaging interview hosted by Marti Pieper.
Steve Douglass took over the leadership of Campus Crusade for Christ, now called Cru, after Bill Bright concluded his tenure. Now, after decades of service, Douglass is leaving the presidency of one of the largest Christian ministries in the world. Find out what's next for Cru in this episode with host John Matarazzo.
At the time of this recording, COVID-19—also known as the coronavirus—has killed more than 128,000 people worldwide and infected over 2 million. In the face of this tragedy, a well-known intercessor is calling for Christians to get on their knees. Find out more in this episode with host Taylor Berglund.
Franklin Graham's Samaritan’s Purse organization set up a field hospital in New York City to help patients with COVID-19. But lately, LGBT activists have been opposing the work because of the charity’s statement of faith. Learn more in this episode with host Jenny Rose Spaudo.
California pastor and evangelist Greg Laurie saw thousands come to Christ on Palm Sunday. Many may have attended the online service that day, thanks to a tweet from President Donald Trump. Learn more as host John Matarazzo shares how Holy Spirit drew thousands to Harvest Christian Fellowship that weekend.
Three churches are suing California Governor Gavin Newsom and other officials for their COVID-19 laws that have clamped donw on religious services. The pastors of these churches say the regulations are restricting their First Amendment rights. Find out more about this story from host Jenny Rose Spaudo.
As the world fights the coronavirus pandemic, some U.S. churches find themselves fighting for the right to peacably assemble. In Louisville, Kentucky, one congregation decided to meet together but stay in their cars, but they didn't expect to raise the ire of local government in doing so. Listen to learn more about this story from host John Matarazzo.
This Easter Sunday was an unusual one for many people, with millions staying indoors to avoid infection and health care workers rushing to provide aid for many afflicted with COVID-19. But Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, found a way to honor doctors and Christ alike on Easter. Find out more in this episode with host Taylor Berglund.
Strong storms swept through the southern United States on Easter Sunday. At least 20 people were killed as multiple tornadoes touched down. Learn more in this episode with host Jenny Rose Spaudo.
On Good Friday, U.S. President Donald Trump and a couple of pastors paused to commemorate the significance of Easter weekend. This comes during a time of rising death counts due to the global pandemic. Find out more in this episode with host Taylor Berglund.
Who has the worst fight of their marriage while still on their honeymoon? Pastor, author and marriage counselor Rob Flood shares in this episode how that happened to him and his wife, Gina, and how God used their struggles to teach him some valuable, gospel-focused communication tools.
In the midst of a lot of loss and pain, the COVID-19 pandemic has also led to some incredible acts of kindness and charity. This month, a Christian movie mogul paid the grocery bill for thousands of seniors at more than 44 grocery stores. Find out more in this episode with host Taylor Berglund.
A Virginia church violated the state’s orders not to hold church services during the coronavirus pandemic. Because of that, police have served a summons to the church’s pastor. Find out more from host Jenny Rose Spaudo in this episode.
Despite restrictions due to the coronavirus, two sidewalk counselors at a Virginia abortion clinic spoke to the teenage mother of twins while being careful to follow social distancing. The counselors helped the mom make the decision to avoid the abortion clinic and save her babies. Find out more in this episode with host John Matarazzo.