Francis was a renowned weed smoker, drug supplier and drunkard in his Ugandan village.
Back in 2017, I was napping and had a vision. It was so vivid, I don’t know what else to call it. I saw myself in front of a board meeting, and I was talking to them about kids and fund raising.
I woke up and quickly said, “God, that’s not me. That’s my brother.”
In a sermon at Times Square Church, Pastor Carter Conlon pointed out, “Many today find themselves journeying through this season of despair….
In Acts chapter 3, Peter and John are entering the temple, and a lame beggar asks them for money. Peter responds, “I don’t have any silver or gold for you.”
Pause there. This is a very strange response.
A recent article about mental wellness advocated several appealing strategies for letting go of past hurts and creating healthier relationships: look for the positive in the situation, cultivate empathy for the other side and just move on.
In 1961, John and Lois Bueno were invited to El Salvador to become the pastors of Centro Evangelistico Church.
They left their home in California and moved to El Salvador’s capital to start a new life and ministry, hardly guessing the magnitude of the plans God had in store for them.
If God asked you to leave your job right now, would you do it?
For many who are their family’s primary breadwinner or barely making ends meet for themselves, this would be an extremely hard question.
A woman in Kenya who has just lost her husband is immediately faced with a terrible choice: To be “cleansed” or not.
David Brinkley is credited with having once said, “She took a leap of faith and grew her wings on the way down.”