A megachurch leader in Mexico was facing charges of child rape and human trafficking, but now, a court has dropped those charges. Find out what’s happening in this episode with host Jenny Rose Spaudo.
A California pastor says he resigned from his position as a city councilman so he could host communion at an in-person Palm Sunday service. In this episode with host Taylor Berglund, find out why this communion service was so important to this pastor.
During Holy Week, a group of many high-profile pastors, teachers, authors and artists are teaming up for a 10-hour live stream to encourage the church. Find out more about this special event in this episode with host Taylor Berglund.
Host Jenny Rose Spaudo shares a touching story about a group of nurses who went to the roof of their hospital to pray for COVID-19 patients. One nurse opens up about the powerful experience. Listen to this episode for a good-news story.
Robert and Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth share the truths behind their new book, "You Can Trust God to Write Your Story." In this interview with host Marti Pieper, learn how God brought this widower and never-married Bible teacher together and how stories from Scripture, fellow believers and their own lives encourage them to keep trusting His sovereign hand.
Some churches in Kentucky defied their state’s coronavirus order and held in-person services on Palm Sunday. Find out why in this episode with host Jenny Rose Spaudo.
For many churches, this year's Easter Sunday will be unorthodox, with services streaming online and buildings sitting empty due to the coronavirus pandemic—on what is historically one of the busiest weeks of church attendance in the U.S. Yet the head of one of the largest church denominations is finding plenty of reasons to pray and praise. Find out more in this episode with host Taylor Berglund.
Host Jenny Rose Spaudo gives an update to the story about Pastor Rodney Howard-Browne’s arrest. After the megachurch pastor was arrested for holding church services during a coronavirus stay-at-home order, the county decided to recognize religious organizations as “essential.”
Host Taylor Berglund talks to bestselling author and pastor Max Lucado about how reactions to the coronavirus are a form of grieving, the hope that exists for followers of Jesus, and the resources available to help people through this season. Listen to their conversation here on Charisma News.
The economic impact of the coronavirus has been felt by many businesses and organizations—including small churches that may have already been fighting to keep the lights on. But a new initiative may give them help when they need it most. In this episode, host Taylor Berglund shares more about help that's on the way.
Vice President Mike Pence is urging Americans to avoid any church services that have more than 10 people. He says that if all Americans can follow these guidelines, the Coronavirus may end sooner than is expected. Learn more in this episode with host Jenny Rose Spaudo.
Florida pastor Rodney Howard-Browne was arrested briefly this week for refusing to close his church during the Coronavirus pandemic. Now he’s announcing that he will, in fact, close the church temporarily—and is trying to set the record straight. Find out what he said from host Taylor Berglund in this episode.
The state of Illinois has more than 5,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 as of the time of recording, leading Governor J.B. Pritzker to extend stay-at-home orders through April 30. But two days before the order was initially made, a Pentecostal church gathered for a revival meeting. Now the church has at least 10 positive cases for coronavirus. Find out more in this episode with host Taylor Berglund.
Several Christians were arrested for praying outside an abortion clinic during a Coronavirus stay-at-home order. The police of Greensboro, North Carolina, allegedly didn’t give the Christians a specific reason they weren’t allowed to pray there. Learn more in this episode with host Jenny Rose Spaudo.