Larry Tomczak, Intercessors for American Board member, recently wrote an article where he encourages those praying for the president. He spoke with Ralph Reed, former executive director of the Christian Coalition and currently president of Century Strategies, who spoke with key national leaders last month. Out of those meetings, Reed highlighted four primary areas where Christians must be faithful to pray.
Continue to pray for God to shine light on darkness in our government. May truth and justice prevail. Click HERE to download a Special Report Prayer Guide from Intercessors...
“Experiences in a nation form beliefs depending on who has control of the lenses.” Lance Wallnau This statement by Lance Wallnau, Christian leadership coach and political strategist, calls believers to prayer concerning the current state of media and the attempts of many liberals to censor biblical and conservative input. He urges intercessors to recognize the critical time we are in.
Many Americans have expressed great concern for our nation. We live in confusing and volatile times that can make us feel hopeless and ineffective. Most Christians would agree that Prayer is the conduit needed for change in our nation.
The music industry is not the best place to find positive female role models. In fact, it’s hard not to fall for the idea that depravity and raunch rule in the modern popular music culture. This is why Brennley Brown stands out, shining the light of her faith like a city on a hill.
Jacob Berry amazes me. The 28-year-old preacher from Oklahoma considers a rare form of muscular dystrophy a gift from God. He has lived with this condition his entire life. He maintains an incredible attitude, displays a charming sense of humor and is armed with a quick wit despite being confined to a wheelchair and dependent on a breathing machine.
UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) passed a resolution rejecting Israel's sovereignty over Jerusalem, Al Jazeera reports. The United States, Germany, Italy and seven other board members voted...
By the time Big Al Aceves was 15, he was committing crimes like robbery and selling drugs, landing him in prison. Having grown up in an abusive home, Al turned to gangs to be his family. The prison gangs taught young Al the ways to survive.