The Spirit-filled conference Empowered21 will host a virtual, worldwide celebration of the Holy Spirit on Pentecost Sunday. Listen to this story as reporter Taylor Berglund shares the details on where it will be broadcast free of charge.
"American Idol" winner and a hockey star open up about their journey of faith and their marriage. Hear about this fun and insightful video in this episode with host John Matarazzo.
An online Pentecost event is drawing prominent Christian leaders who are hoping to see a move of God. Hear more about Rabbi Jonathan Bernis and his Night of Promise event from host Jenny Rose Spaudo in this episode.
After a Pentecostal church in Mississippi was destroyed by arson, the pastor of the congregation wrote an open letter and vowed to pray for the arsonist. Find out how this case is related to the coronavirus pandemic in this episode with host John Matarazzo.
The evangelical community grieved the death of Ravi Zacharias, one of the world’s finest apologists, earlier this month. But during his burial, Zacharias shared one thing in common with the late evangelist Billy Graham. Find out one thing they had in common in this episode with host Taylor Berglund.
Officials in Chicago have threatened to physically destroy a church building in light of its decision to hold in-person services during the coronavirus pandemic, according to Liberty Counsel. Hear more of the story from host John Matarazzo in this episode.
On May 25, a police officer kneeled on a black man's neck and suffocated him during an arrest. Now Christians are leading the charge in demanding justice for George Floyd. Find out more in this episode with host Taylor Berglund.
On Friday, May 22, President Donald Trump called for churches nationwide to re-open and deemed them "essential." Listen as reporter Taylor Berglund shares more on this story.
Boko Haram, otherwise known as Isis West Africa, is taking advantage of the coronavirus pandemic and destroying rural villages on an even greater scale than normal. Find out from host John Matarazzo what happened when some people who identified as Christians wrongly retaliated for an attack. Discover how God redeemed this tragedy.
Can you guess the top five most popular worship songs during the COVID-19 pandemic? Faithlife did a survey on this topic, and the answers may surprise you. Learn more in this episode with host and church worship leader Jenny Rose Spaudo.
Over Pentecost weekend, millions of Christians will be equipped and called to evangelize their communities for Christ during an online event. Find out more in this episode from host Taylor Berglund.
A premature newborn lifted her hands while her mother sang worship songs. The mom posted a video of her baby on Facebook, and it quickly went viral. But then something even more incredible happened. Find out more from host Jenny Rose Spaudo in this episode.
A Pentecostal church pastor sued his city for the right to hold in-person services during the coronavirus lockdown. But the story took an unusual turn when his church was burned to the ground. Find out what happened in this episode with host Taylor Berglund.
Israeli archaeologists have discovered an underground room cut into the bedrock near the holiest site in all of Judaism. Find out what they discovered in that room in this episode with host John Matarazzo.
As the Oregon Supreme Court reinstates restrictions on gatherings during the coronavirus pandemic, an Assemblies of God church is standing for its right to hold services. Find out all the details in this episode with host Taylor Berglund.
Pentecostal pastor Todd Tilghman won the 18th season of NBC's The Voice. After his final performance of “I Can Only Imagine," judge Kelly Clarkson even told him she wanted to visit his church. Find out what happened next in this episode with host Jenny Rose Spaudo.
Pastor Tony Spell has been arrested multiple times for breaking state laws—from aggravated assault to violating his parole. Now Spell is arguing that he, in fact, is the victim, and he’s suing the state of Louisiana. Find out more in this episode with host Taylor Berglund.
Is it OK to shop but not attend church? A judge in North Carolina rules on behalf of churches who want to hold services indoors while following appropriate health recommendations. Find out more in this episode with host John Matarazzo.
Christian apologist Ravi Zacharias died at 74 of cancer. The renowned speaker and author left a powerful legacy, and many Christians are speaking up about how he impacted their lives. Learn more in this episode from host Jenny Rose Spaudo.
Churches, especially those in urban areas, have been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic. But a virtual benefit concert led by evangelist Nick Hall has raised funds to help at-risk churches stay afloat and continue to minister in their communities. Find out more in this episode with host John Matarazzo.
The Alabama chapter director for the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Council recently died due to complications from COVID-19. Find out what the organization's president, Samuel Rodriguez, had to say about his co-laborer in ministry in this episode with host Taylor Berglund.
Kentucky rules for in-person church services have recently been altered, following a district court’s decision over a local Baptist church. Find out more in this episode with host Taylor Berglund.
Dr. Michael Youssef says Mac Powell has "a voice like no other." Now the former Third Day frontman joins Youssef's international ministry. Learn more in this episode with host John Matarazzo.
Host Marti Pieper continues her conversation with authors Jeff and Sarah Walton, who give some practical, biblical tips for those enduring marital stress when life's storms impact their marriage.
How long is your pastor’s sermon? A recent LifeWay Research study interviewed both pastors and churchgoers about how long the average sermon lasts—and it turns out, the numbers both parties estimated does not match. Host Taylor Berglund shares more of the results of this intriguing study in this episode.