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Unity in the church is important. But so is not compromising the truth. Francis Chan wants to know: How do Christians pursue unity without compromising the essential doctrines of the faith?
Francis Chan sits down with Hank Hanegraaff and K.P. Yohannan to discuss the early church's views on the Eucharist.
“For many years I didn’t believe in healing. I didn’t believe in miracles—it was pretty much what I was taught in seminary,” Francis Chan said. Recently, though, Chan changed his mind.
Christians should not allow fear to rob them of love, joy or peace, says Francis Chan. In fact, because of what Jesus has done for us, we can have no fear of anything, not even death.
Francis Chan has just moved to the Sham Shui Po neighborhood in Hong Kong with his family. The pastor shares a personal story about this neighborhood and a connection his mother had to it.
Speaking at The Send conference in Brazil, Francis Chan challenged the crowd to count the cost of preserving their own lives instead of wholeheartedly following God.
Francis Chan recently implied that the reformers relegated the Lord’s Supper to a “symbol,” elevated the pulpit and preaching in its stead and caused division in the church—which now has 30,000 denominations.
Francis Chan argued the modern American church has replaced communion with the sermon as the center of our modern worship services. This has had a profound effect on our function as the church.
In a sermon he preached yesterday at Azusa Pacific University, Francis Chan made a surprising announcement: he and his family will be leaving the U.S. this February to be missionaries in Asia.
Former pastor Francis Chan has ignited controversy by speaking on February 23rd at The Send conference, a stadium event that included, among others, speakers Mike Bickle and Todd White. It didn't help that Chan was photographed with televangelist Benny Hinn.
“Jesus talked about money so much, so it doesn’t make any sense to say, ‘let’s talk about spiritual things.’”
According to Francis Chan family is easy to idolize. It's a temptation all of us face when we marry and have children.
These lies are told every day all around our country, and people believe them.
I’m going to say something that might be hard to hear: What if we let people leave—for the sake of unity?
Francis Chan doesn't usually mince words when he describes the problem with the church in America. In this documentary, an inside look at Chan's house church endeavor gives us a glimpse into what Chan thinks the church can and should be.
If we fool everyone on earth into thinking we lived this great life, yet end up in hell, Chan says, what good will that do us when we get to hell?
Love God and love each other. Francis Chan believes that if every church would do these two things, revival would break out in America.
“What I tried to write in my book is something that’s not biblically obvious.” - Francis Chan
As morality becomes more and more subjective, the concept of judgment becomes increasingly offensive.
Each American Christian should take Chapter 1 of Revelation as a severe warning. Francis Chan explains why at this chapel service at Azusa Pacific University.