In the Middle Eastern city of Beirut, Aug. 4, 2020, is a day that will live in infamy. A massive explosion in the Lebanese capital left a huge crater and overwhelmed hospitals already dealing with the coronavirus pandemic. Learn more in this episode with host John Matarazzo.
During this time of protest, mobs are tearing down statues representative of U.S. history. Now a new statue of evangelist Billy Graham has been commissioned to replace a controversial figure in the United States Capitol’s Statuary Hall. Find out more in this episode with host John Matarazzo.
Christians in California are getting together in large gatherings dubbed "The Stadium Revival." Listen to hear about the many reports of salvations and rededications to life in Christ in this episode with host John Matarazzo.
When Ted Baehr was a young man, he didn't want anything to do with Jesus. In this episode, host Nadia Joy Schult shares how Baehr, now founder of Movieguide®, relinquished his self-centered choices and gave his life to the Savior.
Will the U.S. presidential election be delayed? President Trump floated the idea in a tweet because of questions related to mail-in voting, which many citizens are considering because of the coronavirus pandemic. Find out more in this episode with host John Matarazzo.
Lifestyle Christianity pastor and evangelist Todd White says he no longer believes in the prosperity gospel. Find out why he changed his mind in this episode with host Nadia Joy Schult.
Former Republican presidential candidate and entrepreneur Herman Cain died at 74 of COVID-19. Cain was also a conservative talk radio host and a Christian. Find out more about Cain's life and legacy in this episode with host John Matarazzo.
Promise Keepers plans to hold a two-day digital event July 31-Aug. 1, 2020. In this episode, host Nadia Joy Schult shares about this event that will be simulcast and livestreamed to men around the world.
New streaming service Yippee Entertainment is entertaining families and teaching life lessons with new VeggieTales episodes. Listen as host Nadia Joy Schult shares about the first Veggie episode with humility as its life lesson.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, many churches have not been able to hold in-person services. One Texas pastor has brought worship and fun to his community by starting the Barbecue Baptist Church. Host John Matarazzo shares more in this episode.
A group of physicians called “America’s Frontline Doctors” met recently in Washington to share their findings from treating COVID-19 patients. But not only is politics getting in the way of the health of these patients, they say social media is also not helping to get their message out. Listen to this episode with host John Matarazzo to find out what transpired.
The Vatican’s foreign minister recently spoke up against complacency on behalf of persecuted believers. Find out why he thinks the Catholic church needs a wake-up call on this disturbing issue.
In this episode, host John Matarazzo shares what the United Kingdom is doing to stop those under 18 from viewing pornography online. Find out why not harming children through exposure to porn has become so complicated.
LIke it or not, many families have found themselves thrust into homeschooling because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Author, teacher and homeschool expert Erin Weidemann offers hope and practical help in this timely episode.
Planned Parenthood of Greater New York has decided to remove the name of its late founder, Margaret Sanger, from its clinic in the New York City borough of Manhattan. Find out why in this episode with host John Matarazzo.
The Iranian people are finding hope in Jesus Christ during the COVID-19 crisis. In this episode, host John Matarazzo shares how thousands are becoming dissatisfied with life as they know it and are choosing to follow Jesus.
Satan hates your family, and he's out to destroy it. In this episode, psychologist and author Dr. Magdalena Battles shares with host Marti Pieper the spiritual and practical principles from her new book, "6 Hidden Behaviors That Destroy Families."
Churches are fighting back against California's ban on worship and Bible studies during the coronavirus pandemic. Host John Matarazzo reports on this case of religious discrimination in this episode.
One of Country music's best fiddlers, Charlie Daniels, died in July at age 83. The Country Music Hall of Fame and Grand Ole Opry member was also an American patriot and a Christian. In this episode with new host Nadia Joy Schult, find out what Daniels' friends in the industry are saying to honor his life and legacy.
The persecutions of Christians in China continues. Now the Chinese government is telling poor Christians that they have to renounce their faith or lose their welfare benefits. In this episode with host John Matarazzo, find out how you can pray for these persecuted believers as they take a stand for their faith in Christ.
Could your family use a little TLC? Or is it time to visit the emergency room? Pastor Marty Machowski shares stories and tips from his brand-new workbook, "Parenting First Aid." Listen for powerful, gospel-centered help for bringing your family closer to Christ and, in the process, to one another.
Taylor Berglund concludes his final miniseries on the "Charisma News" podcast with an interview with Pastor Andrew Corson, who founded and pastors El Lugar de Su Presencia in Bogota, Colombia. Pastor Corson came personally recommended to Taylor by his brother-in-law—a native Colombian—and Taylor discovers exactly why during this fascinating interview. You are not going to want to miss any of the spiritual wisdom Pastor Corson doles out in this episode.
Following his conversation with Rev. Dominic Yeo, host Taylor Berglund decides to go even deeper into Singaporean ministry with Pastor Yang Tuck Yoong, founder and senior pastor of Cornerstone Community Church. They discuss the challenges and joys of leading a church in Singapore and what American believers should know about their international brothers and sisters.
Rev. Dominic Yeo serves as senior pastor of Trinity Christian Centre, general superintendent of the Assemblies of God in Singapore and secretary of the Assemblies of God Worldwide. But he took some time out of his busy schedule in the midst of the pandemic to talk to host Taylor Berglund about what it’s like to minister in Singapore. Hear how the Holy Spirit is on the move around the world in the continuation of this "Global Church" series.