Lew Phelps, a long time friend, has been given a love for the Mormons of southern Idaho and has had success in reaching out to them for Christ.
Dr. Ted Baehr of Movieguide gives a review of the recent Visual Bible movie, The Gospel of John.
Chuck outlines the travel itinerary for the upcoming 2005 Ethiopia trip.
Chuck tells the story he calls ''The Chain of Gold'' to emphasize the point that God has a plan for everyone.
''As I travel, both in the United States and especially abroad, I sense that the emergence of home fellowship groups are, again, among the most exciting " and spiritually productive " phenomena on the planet Earth''
Chuck discusses the high points of the 2005 Israel Trip
The December release of The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe by Walden Media and Walt Disney will hopefully open the wardrobe door to a refreshing rebuttal to the occultic franchise of Harry Potter.
Chuck recounts the K-House milestones of 2005 and anticipates the potentials of 2006.
Chuck recounts highlights from the March 2006 Israel Tour
Dan Stolebarger, KI Director, has a few questions for you!
A look back and a look ahead for K-House and KI.
Chuck offers a report on his recent trip to Australia and New Zealand.
Dan Stolebarger writes about how prayer is one of those spiritual disciplines that we need to spend more time developing in our personal life
Dan Stolebarger reflects upon returning from a pilgrimage to the Land of Israel.
Dan Stolebarger explores the questions, do we as Christians ever have the opportunity to retire? At what point can we take a break?
Dan Stolebarger, Director of Koinonia Institute answers the question What are the two things that we cannot live without?
Dan Stolebarger, Director of Koinonia Institute writes about supporting Israel.
Chuck Missler discusses the past year of 2008.
Notice of 2009 Israel tour.
John Hoben, Jan Ross and John Reynolds write about Soldiers Bible Ministry.
Mark Bright, General Manager of Koinonia House talks about E-Readers.
Mark Bright, General Manager of Koinonia House continues his review about E-Readers.
Chuck Missler writes about America's challenge.
Dr. Peter Flint writes about the greatest archaeological discovery of our time.
Chuck Missler, President of Koinonia Institute writes about suffering.
Chuck Missler writes about his plans for conference in New Zealand.
Dan Stolebarger writs about his personal passover.
How we handle financial turmoil will either build us up in Christ or demonstrate our spiritual flabbiness.
I think what we need is less of what the world has to offer in terms of entertainment and more of what God has designed for equipping the saints for the work of the ministry.
No matter where we live in the world or whatever generation God has chosen to place us, we will experience financial uncertainty. Thank goodness for timeless divinely inspired Scriptures that tell us how to live.
As a group of believers, we are leaving our young people woefully unprepared to face a frequently hostile world once they leave the nest.
Like a spiritual tsunami, the influences of modern moral relativism are rapidly eroding the confidence of many Christians in Biblical truths concerning marriage, family, and parenting.
We believe that the best place for the discipleship process to take root is in the midst of a small group, not a large congregation.
The world is again looking to annihilate the Jews. Will we sit back and allow deception to come in like a flood, or do we wake up and become warriors for truth?