Take note, world: Peru is on the rise. Once known as one of the poorest countries in South America, Peru’s economy is now the fastest growing in South America, having tripled in size in the last decade. In 2009, when the debt crisis sent many countries into a...
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Argentine revival leader Claudio Freidzon says a three-year recession in his nation brought spiritual renewal An Argentine revival leader whose church doubled in size after a financial collapse in his nation believes the American church could see revival in the midst...
It breaks Joe Loyal’s heart that so many kids today don’t have two parents. That’s why the Georgia retiree now spends all of his time reaching kids in lower-class neighborhoods.
Once a successful businessman, David VanCronkhite left his job and started one of Atlanta’s most vibrant inner-city missions.
Leaning on his cane, a kippah, or traditional head covering worn by Jews,
perched atop his silver hair, the mustachioed 62-year-old man’s dark eyes danced like a little boy’s as he spoke about the dream of his life–a dream so big it would fit well as a major plot line for a Left Behind book: rebuilding the third temple at the holiest place in Israel, the Temple Mount.
At his small office in an upstairs apartment in Jerusalem, Gershon Salomon stood over a miniature scale model of the third temple, carefully pointing out the Court of the Gentiles, the Women’s Court where women entered, and the inner court’s most sacred place–the Holy of Holies where the high priest could perform only one sacrifice per year.
In Argentina, an economic collapse has caused the middle class to disappear.
Yet Christians here are still giving their money–and their very lives–to reach a broken nation.
Thousands of Peruvian girls and women suffer in silence after being sexually abused. But today a new ministry is introducing them to God’s healing power.
A lawsuit filed in April reopened old allegations about misconduct at Paulk’s Atlanta church
His new autobiography reveals the highs and lows he’s lived as the son of a famous minister.
Organizers expect 10,000 to attend Solemn Assembly 2001, an event to be marked by 50 hours of prayer and repentance
Thousands of people
Russell and Dorothy Spaulding–who carried a cross across the nation for eight years–now own a TV station in Augusta
Henry Lewis, now a pastor in Georgia, grew up in the devil’s grip and says most Christians know little about Satan
As anti-Semitism surges in the former Soviet Union, relief ministries step up their assistance