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Racism Revealed

Did you know that racism is deeper than skin color? We have been talking about racism in America for over four hundred years, and it is still a hot topic today. In 2020, there were about 570 violent demonstrations nationwide claimed to be motivated by racial issues. The church has a vital role in standing against national division, and as Christians, it is crucial to recognize this truth: racism is not a…

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The Truth & Liberty Banquet: Honoring Inspirational Men and Empowering Change

We have the brains, we have the abilities, we have the resources, we have the skills. What’s only holding us back is ourselves. Dinesh D’Souza The Truth & Liberty banquet on Friday, May 5th, was an extraordinary evening dedicated to honoring two remarkable men who embody truth and change in our nation. The event, characterized…

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Ready to Rise: Preserving America’s Biblical Identity 

In 1892, the United States Supreme Court declared that America is a Christian nation, and many U.S. presidents have echoed this sentiment over the years. However, professing Christians are on the decline. According to the Pew Research Center, only 70 percent of Americans identified as Christian in 2014, a decrease of 16 percent from 1990. This alarming trend indicates a growing number of people turning away from God.  The decline in Christianity isn’t just because younger Americans are moving away from faith—we’ve forgotten our history….

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The Five Things You Need to Know for a Biblical Foundation in Business 

No one would remember the good Samaritan if he’d only had good intentions. He had money as well. Margaret Thatcher Wealth and business building are about giving, not getting. When I say give, I’m not talking about church offerings or charity donations (though I am including those). I’m talking about really making a difference. Because everyone…

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Changing Lives in Central and South America

Did you know that you can be in two places at once? Jon Rand never imagined he would be standing on foreign soil with a sign offering “free hugs” on the street. Years before, he was at a totally different place in his life.     Jon was once the successful executive of an American broadcasting company, but now as the founder of Your Kingdom…

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How Important Is a Biblical Worldview? 

Do you know biblical truths about societal issues but feel ill-equipped to defend them? Whether from fear or a lack of knowledge, many Christians keep quiet when God’s Word is challenged. Others have been deceived after becoming entangled in the world’s philosophies and depravities.   Our worldview is the filter through which we process life. As Christians, it should be based on the uncompromised Word of God—not the popular culture….

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Campus Days 2023

Campus Days is coming this March 15–17 to our Charis Bible College main campus in Woodland Park, Colorado! People of all ages and walks of life come to Charis searching for the truth of who God is and who they are in Him. Thousands of students around the world experience transformation at Charis Bible College,…

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Developing Better Relationships

At the beginning of time, God said it was not good for us to be alone (Gen. 2:18), so He gave us relationships. Having community with other people is almost as important as having communion with God. A healthy relationship reflects the kind of connection God wants to have with each of us. Many people…

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Partners Changing Lives:
Leading Africa with Grace

Your purpose is bigger than you think. Ricky Burge was born in a rough part of Gary, Indiana, and grew up amid the wreckage of his parents’ failed marriage. His search for purpose eventually led to gangs, partying, and drugs. But after a brush with death at the hands of gang members, he realized he…

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Creating Trust and Order

There are two kinds of trust that every functioning team needs to cultivate: relationship trust and responsibility trust. Relationship trust creates emotional safety within the team because the members know their leader is consistent, and vice versa. Responsibility trust means the leader is confident in the work that the team does, and the team knows…

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