Why Should I Call My Church to a Corporate Fast?

By Gary Rohrmayer  |  President & Executive Minister

As we embark on a new ministry year, all of us will be seeking a unique breakthrough, whether personal, corporate as a church or regional as a movement. God's people have been seeking spiritual breakthroughs for generations through the practice of prayer and fasting. Some examples are Moses,...

Dr. Eugene A. Frost Sr. of Big Rock, IL | 1919-2018 | Obituary

Eugene A. Frost, Sr., 99, peacefully entered his Lord’s presence on Tuesday, November 20, at 9:45 a.m.

For over 74 years, Hattie Marie Hibma Frost was his loving and supportive wife. He is survived by his wife Marie, and children Sharon (Joe) Ritchie, Linda (Steve) Easterling, Gene (Barb) Jr., Kay (Rand) York, and Mark (Norine). He leaves a legacy of loving care for 22 grandchildren, 46 great-grandchildren, and 4 great-great-grandchildren.


Converge Responds: injustice, division and violence

By Scott Ridout & Dr. Harold Lewis  |  President of Converge & VP of Biblical Diversity

He has shown you, O mortal, what is good. And what does the Lord require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God (Micah 6:8)

Micah’s Time 
In Micah’s...

What are Together Groups?

By Laura Anderson  |  Director of Marketing

When we say we are better together, we really mean it! Last year, a group of churches in Michigan was looking for opportunities to connect with each other, but in a way that wasn’t only geared toward fellowship. They wanted a missional gathering where they could work together to advance the vision of Converge...

Living by Faith at Cornerstone Church

By Rev. Michael Eberly  |  Senior Pastor of Cornerstone Church, Lansing, IL

Last August, a couple in our church asked the Lord to place an amount on their heart that they should pledge to Vision 20/20. They regularly tithed and knew that this gift was to be sacrificial — above and beyond their normal giving back to the Lord.

This couple lives very...


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