Charisma has long supported Israel and tried to build bridges with the Jewish community. That's why we are outraged at the latest anti-Semitic attacks in the New York City area, and we're calling on all Christians to support the Jewish Community and denounce these acts of terrorism.
If you think it's Russia that's been interfering in our election, think again says National security expert Trevor Loudon. It's another enigmatic entity, and it is using liberal groups to do it's nefarious work.
President Donald Trump has become a "champion of Christian values," Stephen Strang says in this episode. But not everyone agrees. The outgoing "Christianity Today" editor-in-chief, Mark Galli, recently wrote an op-ed piece that called for Trump's removal. Although Galli doesn't want to be called a 'never-Trumper,' his negative opinion of the president drew strong reaction from the Christian community. Strang continues his reflection on Galli's views and that of the never-Trumpers in this episode, which airs on the "Strang Report" and his brand-new podcast, "God, Trump and the 2020 Election."
Mark Galli, the soon-to-retire editor-in-chief of Christianity Today, wrote an opinion piece last week calling for President Donald Trump's removal. After it created a social media firestorm, the leftist media latched on to the online fury. Listen to this episode as Charisma Media founder Stephen Strang opines on his professional relationship with Galli and his views on Trump.
Sometimes Christmas doesn't turn out the way we expect. That was the case for John and Elizabeth Sherrill when they spent Christmas in Uganda. Listen as Stephen Strang reads a "Charisma" magazine article by the Sherrills about their special holiday, and learn how a "banana tree Christmas" changed their lives.
Christmas should be a time of awe and reverence. Our salvation was made possible because God took on human flesh in a manger in Bethlehem. Listen as host Stephen Strang shares this special article, "The Wonder of Bethlehem," written by the late Fuchsia Picket.
Read the article on Charismamag.com.
What is the perspective across the pond on the U.S. Impeachment vote of President Donal Trump? Martin Clarke, a Christian businessman from England, joins the Strang Report to share his insight into the situation. Listen as Clarke explains it has everything to do with jealousy. Hear despite the impeachment and the stain it leaves on Trump's reputation, there is no way he won't win the presidency in 2020.
In a three-part series report, One America News Political Correspondent Chanel Rion traveled to Budapest and Kiev with Rudy Giuliani to capture first-hand interviews with key Ukrainian officials, which highlight DNC collaborated foreign interference into the 2016 presidential election.
Listen as Executive Chairman of the Center for Security Policy Frank Gaffney explains the significance of this report and why Americans need to watch.
Watch the report on OAN website.
British evangelist Steven Halford tells host Stephen Strang that the church in Britain is split on the Brexit issue. In Halford's experience, churches that are Spirit-filled or charismatic tend to be pro-Brexit, whereas churches that were more liberal and interested in socialism wanted to remain. Listen to learn more about what is going on in Britain and the significance of the recent vote for Britain to exit the E.U.
Listen as host Stephen Strang addresses the impeachment hearings and alleged charges against President Donald Trump through the lens of spiritual warfare.
Sam Sorbo, the wife of famous actor Kevin Sorbo, had the thought that atheists' beliefs aren't publicly questioned nearly as much as Christian's are. She shares with host Stephen Strang that as a mom raising three Christian children in a secular world, what would an atheist being challenged on his beliefs look like. Sam knew she had a film story on her hands. Listen to how this one thought turned into the movie Let There Be Light and you should watch it.
Evangelist Reinhard Bonnke was known for saying he wanted to "plunder hell to populate heaven." Listen as host Stephen Strang honors this man of God, who died in early December, and shares stories from his personal interactions with Bonnke.
"Thank You Jesus" yard signs started out as an Easter project at Frazier's rural church in North Carolina. Connie Frazier shares how through the success of this movement they have been able to take the funds and give back to rural churches. Listen to be inspired on how you can help invest back into the kingdom.
Even though we're in a spiritual war, this country belongs to God and is being reborn. Listen as host Stephen Strang shares his perspective on God, our country, and why we must fight the good fight of faith for our freedoms.
Rural America is a part of the United States that is routinely overlooked when it comes to missions and church planting. Listen as Dwight Sandoz shares how this area is in need of revival and how Trinity Bible College in Ellendale, North Dakota, is successfully equipping pastors for this mission.
Prayer and intercession have always been an integral part of Mary Colbert's life. Before Trump was elected, she not only believed the prophetic words that Trump would be elected, but she boldly told others about it and prayed according to the prophecies. Listen as Mary goes in-depth about the prophetic confirmations she received and how it led her to start a prayer movement via conference call that quickly spread nationwide.
Pornography is an increasing problem among men in the church. Listen as Pastor Jay Dennis returns to explain how the church was not prepared to handle this issue. Hear how men can be on guard to protect themselves and their families. Churches will learn what they can do to help people who are struggling with porn.
Men in America are being attacked like never before. It used to be acceptable and encouraged for men to be the strong protectors who watched out for their families. But now, some people call that "toxic masculinity." Listen as guest Pastor Jay Dennis discusses how men's ministry can transform our nation and our families.
As Spirit-filled believers, we need to know how to pray for our nation. But in order to have that spiritual perspective, Mike Bickle says, we need to understand how what is going on in our nation was prophesied thousands of years ago in the Word of God. Listen to hear Bickle share more on biblical prophecy unfolding.
As we celebrate Thanksgiving, it's important to understand the truth about its origins. Listen as host Stephen Strang tells the story of how he learned the first Thanksgiving was held in St. Augustine, Florida in 1565. It was 66 years before the Pilgrims celebrated in 1621.
Israel has been in the news with its prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, charged in three corruption cases. It's hard for those of us who don't live in Israel to truly understand what's going on. Listen as Stephen Strang speaks with Pastor Avi Mizrachi of a Messianic congregation in Tel Aviv called the Adonai Roi Congregation to help shed light on the circumstances.
Is there a difference between gratitude and thanksgiving? Listen as Isaac Bennett, lead pastor of Forerunner Church and intercessor at IHOPKC, shares his insights on this saying thanksgiving is an act of worship and a way to war against our emotions. Reconsider how you celebrate Thanksgiving with a spirit of hospitality.
What's missing in the church that's keeping us from making a lasting impact on our dying culture? Listen as Joseph Mattera explains the problem: The church is too focused on numbers and events. Mattera shares the key to change from his new book, "The Jesus Principle."
Why do we need to view the upcoming presidential election through spiritual eyes? Host Stephen Strang answers this question and speaks to the importance of spiritually battling for our nation.