On a new path

“I used to think that everything about me was filthy,” admits Sandy Harmon. Sandy had started seeing a Christian counselor to deal with the shame and trauma of becoming a single mother. During one visit, Sandy’s counselor handed her Andrew Wommack’s Spirit, Soul &...

Finding the Father’s Love

  “Our first night of ministry was at a youth group in Subotica, Serbia,” said second-year Charis Bible College student Lauren Bartlett. “I noticed this small, pale boy in a death metal shirt, standing in line for the altar call. When it was his turn, the first...

Helping the next generation

Who wants the Charis experience to affect future generations? Ben and Joy Johnson do! Right after Ben and Joy got married, Joy developed multiple sclerosis and, soon, was in a wheelchair. Although Ben had been a pastor and Joy had been a missionary to Hong Kong before...

Grace, Faith, and Religion

Andrew joined Jesse Duplantis and Jefferson Bethke in a recent interview on TBN’s Praise the Lord program for a spirited and powerful discussion on grace, faith, and religion in the church. Hosted by Matt and Laurie Crouch, the show brought together multiple...

A time to give

As I was taking an empty jar out to the garbage, a neighbor stopped me and gave me several reasons I should keep the jar: “You can use it to store your facial cotton in there. At Christmas time, you can use it to give away cookies.” At her insistence, I decided to...

I am willing

  “When Jesus came down from the mountain, large crowds followed Him. [2] And a leper came to Him and bowed down before Him, and said, ‘Lord, if You are willing, You can make me clean.’ [3] Jesus stretched out His hand and touched him, saying, ‘I am willing; be...

The impact of missions

“God wants me to give you a word—just one word,” a woman told recent Charis graduate Denise Mize. “Maybe you know what it means,” she continued. “The word is Russia.” “Throughout my first year at Charis Bible College, I had a strong desire to go to Russia on my...

An Excellent Spirit

The story of Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego has always been one of my favorites. As a child, I loved the story’s sense of adventure. As a teen, I was moved by the three Hebrew children’s determination and conviction. But as an adult, it’s the hidden part of their...

How to Call “Good” Good

Did you know that there are people, perhaps many people, who call good evil and evil good (Is. 5:20)? How does that happen? I would venture to say that some folks adopt such thinking purposefully, while others come by it honestly.

Missions Trip to Columbia

Preach the word of God. Be prepared, whether the time is favorable or not. Patiently correct, rebuke, and encourage your people with good teaching. 2 Timothy 4:2 (New Living Translation) We never know when opportunity will arise to share the Gospel. Charis Bible...

I Want to Be Just Like You!

Dinner time is approaching . . . rolling pin, flour, dough, tomato paste, toppings, kids scrambling to wash their hands . . . It’s pizza-making time! One of the activities my kids thoroughly enjoy is helping me make homemade pizza. There will be two balls of pizza...

Grace-Filled Relationships

I opened the lid of the bread machine and was shocked to find cooked bread dough filling the entire cavity! Every inch of space was covered; it was in the bucket, along the lid, and all down the sides, nearly to the heating coils beneath. It was a mess. It was one of...

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