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Healing the Soul of America and the West Part 3
Dr. James Kearney of Presbyterian-Reformed Ministries International (prmi.org) joins PRMI's special series, "Healing the Soul of America and the West," hosted by Chris Johnson. Dr. Kearney offers instruction and insight on spiritual warfare, why it's biblical and how to apply it to further the kingdom of God. He also shares what the Scriptures say about strongholds and battle spaces. Listen to this episode to learn to engage the enemy in the spiritual realm.
Healing the Soul of America and the West Part 2
Many in America are weighed down with concern over racism, injustice and abuse of authority, but the root of these issues goes deep into the nation's history. Dr. Jim Logan of Jim Logan Evangelistic Ministry and Kingdom Fellowship Christian Center and Dr. Brad Long of Presbyterian-Reformed Ministries International (PRMI) continue their conversation about the separation between the races and how perceptions vary between them. In this episode of PRMI's series "Healing the Soul of America and the West" hosted by Chris Johnson, Bishop Logan and Dr. Long address what Christians and the church can do to bring needed healing in this area.
Healing the Soul of America and the West Part 1
Openness to the Holy Spirit's work leads to a breaking down of racial barriers just as at the historic Azusa Street revival, says Dr. Brad Long of Presbyterian-Reformed Ministries International (PRMI). Dr. Long and Dr. Jim Logan of Jim Logan Evangelistic Ministry and Kingdom Fellowship Christian Center launch PRMI's series "Healing the Soul of America and the West" with a heartfelt discussion on the need for racial healing in America. Dr. Logan also asserts that God and culture have different definitions of "justice." Enjoy this meaningful conversation between these two guests and "Charisma Connection" host Chris Johnson.
Living Creatively With a Movement Disorder with Cheri and Harvey Tannenbaum
Cheri Tannenbaum is a wife, mother and grandmother with skills in fashion design. For years, she has lived with a movement disorder that she says is her "constant companion" and significantly affects her communication and mobility. She and her husband, Harvey, visit on the phone from Jerusalem with host Chris Johnson to reflect on Cheri's new book, Woman of Few Words: My Creative Journey With Dystonia, and also offer a glimpse into life in Israel during the COVID-19 pandemic. Be inspired by Cheri's story in this interview, and reach out to her by email at email@example.com.
Why You Should Stop Focusing on the Demonic with Pastor Mark Casto
Does Satan still have authority in the life of the believer? Only in one way, says Pastor Mark Casto, author of the book "Liar: Exposing Myths in Spiritual Warfare." In this episode with host Chris Johnson, find out how your agreement with the enemy of your soul influences your life today and how to prevent it. Learn to focus on Jesus, not the enemy.
Evangelist Rob Welch Takes Gospel to the Nations
Rob Welch of For His Glory Ministries left the business world to enter vocational ministry. But first, God had to confront him with the idols in his life. Today, after fully yielding to God's call, he preaches the gospel effectively to large crowds, primarily in East and Central Africa. But, as he emphasized in this podcast interview with host Chris Johnson, For His Glory is focused more on multiplying disciple-making movements rather than hosting events that draw thousands.