Smokie Norful, Donnie McClurkin, and the Martins Come Together for an Unforgettable Rendition of “It Is Well With My Soul”

Don’t miss this anointed and powerful arrangement of the classic hymn “It Is Well With My Soul,” featuring some of Gospel Music’s most talented artists.

When There’s a Crack in Your Armor, Here’s What You Need

Perry Stone told a story recently about a young man who was in a horrific car accident that left him in critical condition and fighting for his life. But this young man had a mother who was a woman of faith and prayer. Every day she would go to her son’s hospital room and prophecy his total recovery and future blessing from the Lord.

“You shall live and not die,” she declared over his broken body. “You are a man of God and God will raise you up.”

Her faith was strong — until a well-meaning friend in the medical field took her aside and told her that while her faith was noble, the extent of her son’s injuries were such that, even if he did survive, he would remain paralyzed and in a vegetative state the rest of his life.

Perry related that this mother’s pastor happened to be standing by when this information was given to her about her son, and he could tell that it was a blow to the faith she had been holding for her son’s full healing and recovery.

Watch this powerful TBN video to find out how that pastor responded to the situation, and what happened because of it.

Tullian Tchividjian on TBN: Even When Necessary, Change Is Often Not Easy or Comfortable

Before he agreed to accept pastoral leadership of the iconic Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Tullian Tchividjian asked his grandfather, Dr. Billy Graham, for counsel and wisdom. After all, he would be stepping into a strong congregation pastored for decades by a legendary Christian leader, Dr. D. James Kennedy. To take this congregation in a new and healthy spiritual direction would mean stepping away from the way things had been done in the past, and closing out some chapters that many members and their families would find it difficult to release.

In this special TBN video, Pastor Tullian sits down with Matthew and Laurie Crouch to recall some of that journey — and in the process Matthew and Laurie recount their own walk with the passing of TBN’s unforgettable founder and visionary leader, Dr. Paul Crouch.

Does God Still Raise the Dead? Watch This Amazing Story!

Bobby Conner has certainly seen his share of miracles. With a proven prophetic anointing and a ministry that includes signs and wonders, Bobby has been used by God to bring physical, spiritual, and emotional healing and life to millions around the world.

But one of the most memorable miracles Bobby ever experienced happened one night when someone passed a note to him while he as preaching, telling him that his mother was dying and that he needed to leave immediately and go to her if he wanted to see her before she passed away.

“I remember holding that note up and praying, ‘Lord, what do you want me to do?’” Bobby recalled on Trinity Broadcasting Network’s “Praise the Lord” ministry and talk show. “And the Lord said to me, ‘I want you to preach.’ So I stayed and preached, and afterward my wife and I travelled the many miles to where my mother was at the hospital.”

But when Bobby and his wife reached the emergency room, the attending doctor told him tersely that he was too late — his mother was dead. “This doctor told me that even though my mother had a heartbeat and was breathing, she was really dead because these things were being done by machines. ‘Your mother is dead,’ the doctor told me three times.

“I looked at that doctor and I responded to him, ‘That’s what you say. Now let’s see what Jesus will say.’ And I went in to where my mother’s body was, laying on that hospital gurney, and I prayed a simple prayer, asking that His perfect will be done with my mother.”

Watch this powerful TBN video as Bobby Conner tells what happened when he prayed a simple prayer over his mother — and what he found out about heaven.

Worship Leader VaShawn Mitchell Talks About Meeting His Father for the First Time

An anointed young singer, songwriter, and worship leader, VaShawn Mitchell was a guest on Trinity Broadcasting Network’s “Praise the Lord” music and ministry show, where he talked to host Carman about growing up without a father, and about meeting his dad for the first time a few years ago.

Watch this poignant TBN video that demonstrates that you can’t go back and re-live the past, but through God’s mercy we can rebuild broken relationships.