Billy Graham’s Challenge

Billy Graham had a great impact on my life​. Many of you could probably say the same​. I remember​ watching his crusades on TV when I was a child…

The Battle To Believe

I consider myself to be an optimist I believe that God will take care of us, and I try to encourage others to believe the same. However, on this occasion it took every ounce of strength that I had just to believe.

The Message of the Kingdom

  “As you go, preach this message: The kingdom of heaven is near.” -Matthew 10:7 NIV The theme of one of our Asian conferences a few years ago in the Philippines was the Kingdom of God. It was chosen… Read More

God Has Heard Your Prayer!

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Zechariah was a Jewish priest. He and his wife Elizabeth wanted to have children, but Elizabeth was barren. They had prayed for many years, but their prayers were not answered. Now that they were well past childbearing years, it is very likely that they had stopped praying and had accepted the fact that they would die childless…

The Deaf Hear

It was cold. We were above the Arctic Circle in Siberia holding evangelistic services. The Iron Curtain had fallen, and the Russian people were hungry to hear the good news of salvation. The night before we had preached to almost seven hundred people, and many had responded to the message. It was my privilege that morning to have been asked to speak at a deaf and mute colony of about twenty people. Knowing my words would be translated into Russian and then converted into sign language…

Testimonies from 15th Anniversary SEAMisT Conference

By Chuck Hall, WIM President Mary Nell and I recently returned from Lapu-Lapu, Philippines. The city was named after the first Filipino hero, the native chieftain Lapu-Lapu, who in 1521, defeated the Spanish troops and killed their Portuguese leader,… Read More

Releasing Your Faith

Mark 11:21-26 has been a great encouragement to me over the years. It is the account of Jesus cursing the fig tree. When Peter commented on what had happened to the tree, Jesus said we should have “faith in… Read More

The Everlasting Gospel or Plan B?


An author I read recently was emphasizing the importance of having an alternate plan in case the original plan failed. He called it “Plan B.” That is good advice. We all experience failure. No matter how well we… Read More

Mysteries Revealed

I don’t know anyone who does not enjoy a suspenseful mystery. If the novel or movie is a really good one, the final “whodunit” question is not answered until the last scene. Sometimes, the viewer may even be… Read More

Searching for the Gospel


Usually we think of the Good News of Christ, commonly known as The Gospel, as that portion of scripture in Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, and the Epistles of the New Testament.  But the Good News of Christ can… Read More