Pastor Greg Laurie amazed after elderly man watches ‘Jesus Revolution’ and accepts Jesus into his life.
God Is On The Move
“The greatest Holy Awakening to hit our shores.”
“Officers and inmates have not witnessed a spiritual awakening like this in a jail before.”
“There’s a generation of righteous radicals set ablaze for the glory of God.”
“When families started their own worship service, I got emotional.”
“Under the providential hand of God, their arrest turned into release and freedom.”
“God showed up in extraordinary ways. Movies don’t get made without miracles,”
“He’s moving today. Revival is in the air. Put up your sails and let Him take you.”
“Vietnam is a strong communist government, but it’s moving from trying to control what’s going on spiritually to managing it”
“It was a spontaneous intervention of the Holy Spirit into a generation that was lost and searching.”
“A predominately spontaneous movement of prayer and a beautifully sacred movement that is ongoing.”
Peers, professors, church leaders and students surround me praying, worshipping, and praising God together.
Peter Hammond has been a pioneering missionary to nations like Mozambique, Angola and Sudan. He knows what it means to be in danger for the advancement of the Gospel. In the course of his missionary activities, Peter has been ambushed; he’s come under aerial and artillery bombardments; he’s been stabbed, shot at, beaten by mobs, tortured, waterboarded, arrested and imprisoned.
The great shaking of the past two years has seen an explosion of change that is rattling the world to its core. However, a crisis can often bring new opportunities. Christians have the Holy Spirit guiding them. This is a time of evangelism and encouraging real Christian discipleship to fulfil God’s will.
Gary Atkins had a part-time teaching job in a music shop. He was minding his two-year old son when he looked around and the boy had disappeared. Rushing out and searching frantically, he was approached by two men. ‘We’ve taken the older boys from school,’ they said. ‘And we have the younger one.’ These social [...]
Part 1 Part 2 “He came after me.” Indigenous didgeridoo player Isaac Harrison had moved from Queensland to Victoria when, just two weeks after his son was born he was made redundant. Instead of heading home where high-paying jobs were plentiful, he felt called to stay in Melbourne. His mum had a dream of [...]
“God is hunting this one down and I know he doesn’t lose a chase.” Journalist and successful PR professional, Philippa Lowe, was in her forties when the death of her mother triggered an unexpected spiritual journey. An agnostic with new age tendencies, she had a dream on the morning of the funeral. Her long-disabled [...]
Part 1 Part 2 “Lord, have mercy on me!” Joseph Biro dropped out of school at year 10. Part of a small band, he expressed his anger and rebellion through heavy metal music. During a support gig for the Melbourne hard rock band Superheist, their lead singer was too ill to appear. As two [...]
He was deployed as an avionics technician, but he was also responsible for playing the bagpipes at ramp ceremonies, piping off his fallen comrades. In his first ceremony, he had to say goodbye to a Canadian soldier he’d befriended just three weeks earlier. For four months, he took part in three ramp ceremonies a week, with up to six bodies in each. In an attempt to forget everything he took to drinking five bottles of wine a week and whiskey to finish, just so he could get to sleep. But it didn’t stop the nightmares…
His childhood was marked by arguments over God. One of his parents was Anglican, the other Catholic. He attended Sunday school and two churches, but in their confusion, he said his family didn’t know where God was. As a teenager, he left the church behind, and he says he might never have gone back. But at seventeen, his vision started to fade due to an irreversible optic nerve condition. Within six months, he was legally blind…
When ‘Ana’ goes head to head with God! Discover how a woman is called out of captivity and clothed with strength
As a young girl, she grew up in a Christian family and was a healthy, high achiever in all aspects of teenage life. But in her senior year, her father attempted suicide. It shook her to the core, and with the added stress of her final exams, she was so worried that the thought of food made her physically ill. She became increasingly sick with anorexia. “I had become so introverted, I stopped going to church and socialising with people”. It was only when she reached 37kg that she…
Discover how God’s plan changed this German man’s life. A new country, a new career results in bringing hope to Indigenous street kids
As an 11 year old boy in Germany, he remembers seeing a video about Australia and longed to move there. At the age of 19, his dream came true. He moved to New South Wales and studied to be a doctor chiropractic medicine. He married and set up his practice in Cooma. He later separated from his wife and sons, but after overcoming his fear of entering a church, this doctor made a commitment to Christ. “Yet again, I heard that same voice, ’go to church!’. And when I walked through the door, it was like…
When he heard about the fire that had started at Pinery (South Australia), he knew he had to help. He left around midday to volunteer at the frontline, fighting the flames. All this time, he wasn’t answering his phone. His wife got conflicting messages about his whereabouts, and heard that a man who’d been working with him had been taken to hospital with severe burns. Multiple reports said her husband was safe, but as time went on, she started to worry…
A major bike accident becomes the trigger point for this young man to change his outlook. He was on his way home from youth group when he lost control of his motorbike. As the bike slipped out from under him, his body was slammed into a guard-rail. Both legs and one arm were broken, and his internal organs were pushed up into his chest, tearing his aorta from his heart…
A Christian man thanks God for ISIS. Discover what it is like to follow Jesus in one of the most dangerous countries.
In this story a Brisbane pastor shares his visit to Iraq and explains why an Iraqi Christian man said that he was thankful of ISIS. He left for Iraq in tears, because he was leaving his family behind. Then he left Iraq in tears, because he’d met brothers and sisters in Christ, who were showing incredible faith in the face of terrible suffering and persecution…