Author: Costi Hinn

Costi W. Hinn is a pastor at Redeemer Bible Church in Gilbert, Arizona, and president of For the Gospel. He is a graduate of Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and has authored multiple books including More Than a Healer (Zondervan, 2021), and God, Greed, and the (Prosperity) Gospel (Zondervan, 2019). Costi is married to Christyne and they have four children.
  1. Discernment
  2. False Teaching
  3. Frontpage Article
  4. Pastoral Ministry
The greatest threat to the church is not the blowing winds of culture from the outside, but false teachers who infiltrate from the inside. Those who look like sheep but are wolves. Those posing as shepherds but are charlatans. These false teachers will most certainly be conduits of cultural ideologies, while at the same time, […]
  1. Church Resources
  2. Frontpage Article
  3. Leadership
  4. Pastoral Ministry
The High Call of a Pastor-Elder Church leadership is at the center of New Testament teaching because the people of a congregation will rise only to the maturity of their leader. This was made clear when Jesus told Peter to, “Feed my sheep.” Sheep are by their nature, followers – Willing to follow a good […]
  1. Frontpage Article
  2. Leadership
  3. Pastoral Ministry
This is a controversial topic that our ministry gets asked about consistently. It tends to incite debate but my encouragement is for Christians on all sides to think Biblically, rather than emotionally. Our aim ought to be to engage Scripture, present truths as best as we can, steer clear of character assaults, and make logical […]
  1. Church Growth
  2. Conflict Resolution
  3. Frontpage Article
  4. Leadership
  5. Money
  6. Pastoral Ministry
  7. Repentance
  8. Sin
  9. Wisdom
Over the past 17 years — in the prosperity gospel, the seeker-driven church movement, and reformed-ish world — I’ve seen my fair share of manipulative tactics by greedy preachers and by wealthy parishioners. It seems that one cannot simply relegate money-manipulation to one theological camp, or only to leaders. Rather, it is common anywhere sin […]

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