Gail Wood Articles

God’s Generals

While American troops fight the war on terror, Dutch Sheets and Chuck Pierce are helping mobilize an army of intercessors to pray for the nation.

America’s Big Gamble

Fashionable gambling is catching on among young people today. Is it just a harmless craze, or is something serious at stake?

On Sacred Ground

Almost 50 years ago, American missionaries were slain by the Waodani tribe in Ecuador. Matt McCully, son of one of the missionaries, recently met and forgave his father’s killer.

The Best Place for an Oil Change

With auto mechanics on staff–and its own funeral home–Cedar Park Church in Seattle is redefining how a church can reach a community.

A greasy mechanic bends over the side of a car to replace an oil filter. A well-dressed psychologist reaches across her desk to console a grieving mother. A busy store clerk bags a blue shirt and pants and wishes the customer a good day.

These are snapshots of the changing faces of Cedar Park Church, where the definition of “church” has moved way beyond cushioned pews and Sunday school.

They Came for Freedom

Russian Pentecostals poured into the United States before and after the collapse of Soviet communism. Today, they have built a thriving Christian community in the
Pacific Northwest.

God Is Our Refuge

Sudan’s civil war has forced 5 million people to flee their homes. Many of them are helpless children. Thousands of Sudanese orphans have come to the United States in the last two years. Many of them are Christians who were horribly persecuted by Muslims.

God Can Use Nobodies

Todd Bentley doesn’t claim to be special. But heads turn when people realize that this 26-year-old Canadian–who nearly died of a drug overdose a few years ago–will lead 12 evangelistic crusades this year.

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