Christian authors, ministers and preachers biographies. who, because of their work of faith, have transcended and are relevant. Their life stories, contributions to the Christian world, literary work, testimony and legacy
Called “the best preacher in the family” by her father, Billy Graham, Anne Graham Lotz speaks around the globe with the wisdom and authority of years spent studying God’s Word. The New York Times named Anne one of the five most influential evangelists of her generation.
Benny Hinn is a evangelical Christian teacher, pastor, author, writer and televangelist. His personal experience with the Holy Spirit led him to minister in a supernatural way in the Crusades of Miracles that Benny Hinn performs in the great stadiums of the main cities of the world.
Bill Johnson is a fifth generation pastor. He was pastor at Mountain Chapel in Weaverville for 17 years, and in 1996 he took up the pastorate at Bethel Church in Redding. His ministry has been characterized by a constant revival and the manifestation of miracles.
Billy Graham was an evangelical Christian preacher and American Baptist minister, and became a celebrity by broadcasting his sermons on radio and television. He personally preached the gospel to more people than anyone in history
Power of I Am by Joel Osteen, will help you think positively about yourself and focus on your qualities rather than your mistakes. God wants you to look with hope, since He works to make it better every day.
Our words have creative power. Whenever we speak something, either good or bad, we give life to what we are saying. Joel Osteen writte "I Declare" of thirty-one declarations so you can bless your future one day at a time
In Big Idea Sermons, Dr. Cannings clearly lays out the key components of a good sermon by including sermon outlines, series, background information, illustrations, holiday messages for Thanksgiving, Christmas, Mother's and Father's Day, and more.
Dreaming With God book. In every generation, dreamers arise. They think outside of man-made boxes and dare to forge ahead. But today a new breed of dreamers is arising. They not only talk of things to come—they call it into being in the here and now.