The Enemy has lost the war, and if we will take authority as Jesus has given us permission to do, then the Enemy will also lose the battles he wages in your life and mine.
As objects of hostility, our call is to stand ﬁrm, never doubting the reality of the battle raging against our lives, nor the victory that is ours to come.
The Christian gospel is the story of a God who breaks the rules of plausibility—often when we least expect it and in ways we could never have predicted.
When our souls, like Christ’s, are overwhelmed with sorrow to the point of death, we do not necessarily pray like Jesus.
Pete Greig writes an honest book about unanswered prayer to help anyone who is hurting find a little comfort and a few answers.
The following book list of recommended reading on spiritual warfare can help leaders and laypeople develop the necessary biblical and theological foundations, as well as be equipped with strategies and tools for engaging in the practice of spiritual warfare.
Miracles and healing were meant to continue throughout the history of the church—here are five reasons demonstrating why.
Jack Deere shares healthy ways that a church can grow in the spiritual gifts.
When we come before God confident in the blood of his Son, he will often give us good things.
The reasons God heals are rooted in his character and eternal purposes.