Socialism vs. the Gospel, Skillet Singer Tackles Relativism, Stories of Healing and More — Your Christian Podcast Guide
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Ira Wagler says forgiveness has made his relationship with his Amish family better than ever.
In an exclusive interview with The Christian Post, former Audio Adrenaline lead singer Mark Stuart shares how he lost his voice only to find a new calling more in tune with God than he ever thought possible.
Former MLB all-star Barry Zito was a baseball standout at an early age as he began developing his signature curveball from the time he was 7 with his father intensely pushing him to pursue his dream of becoming a World Series champion.
Spending 735 days detained in Turkey before being released last year thanks to United States diplomatic pressure, North Carolina missionary Andrew Brunson became somewhat of a hero in the eyes of many American evangelicals for standing strong in his faith despite the persecution.
In an exclusive interview with The Christian Post, Ruth Graham, daughter of evangelist Billy Graham, discusses her own journey of forgiveness and invites others to participate in the "holy, transformative" power of the Gospel.
Drugs, alcohol, and addiction took hold of Damon West's life, resulting in a 65-year prison sentence. However, the mercy of God has the power to redeem even the worst sinner.
Growing up as a Muslim in Pakistan, Ali Master lived a seemingly luxurious life as his family had a maid, chauffeur, gardener and a cook. But when his parents sent him to pursue higher education in Texas, he left that life of luxury behind. And within a month, he found himself sweeping floors at McDonald’s.
Anne Beiler, founder of Auntie Anne’s, shares her powerful story of pain, brokenness, and redemption — and how God's faithfulness allowed her to find freedom from trauma.
While Chick-fil-A has blossomed over the last several decades to become America’s third-largest restaurant chain, there was a time during the financial recession in the 1980s when it looked as though the Christian-run business was on the “brink” of closing as mall development stopped.