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. 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 […]
  1. Frontpage Article
  2. News
Today is the day! For the Gospel has officially made the transition from my personal blog to a multi-faceted resource ministry that exists to provide sound doctrine for everyday people. Our incredible team, led by Brett Skinner (Executive Director), Reagan Rose (Digital Director), Justin Bond (Creative Director), and myself (President), have been plugging away behind […]
  1. Frontpage Article
  2. Student Ministry
For decades the American church has sold a shallow “growth strategy” revolving around the notion that teenagers and college students need copious amounts of shenanigans to stay in the church and buy into Christianity. Youth Pastors famously emerged as 20-40-year old men spending their work week working on a promo skit to garner a response, […]
  1. Frontpage Article
  2. Preaching
The church needs bold, biblical, unashamed preaching. Though most every church will claim they “preach” and that they preach the Bible, that isn’t necessarily the case. If there is one thing that a church must excel in prioritizing it is not a building campaign, story-telling, TED talks, pragmatic growth strategies, or more programs. It is […]
  1. Discernment
  2. Frontpage Article
When it comes to analyzing dreams and visions, very few people are short on opinion. Some seek dreams, visions, and other mystical experiences constantly yet don’t even know their Bible. Others dismiss every supernatural claim and prefer rationalism at all costs; unwilling to even accept any possibility that supernatural experiences could either be demonic or […]

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