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God Places NFL Wide Receiver K.J. Osborn at ‘Right Place, Right Time’ To Rescue Man From Fiery Crash

On Monday, Minnesota Vikings wide receiver K.J. Osborn shared on social media an account of how he and three others helped save man’s life from a burning car after it crashed underneath a freeway overpass.

John MacArthur Provides Health Update, Criticizes Tim Keller, Andy Stanley, Asbury Revival in First Appearance Since Heart Procedure

On Thursday, pastor John MacArthur made his first appearance on the stage of Grace Community Church since Jan. 1, when he preached one of the church’s morning services but was not well enough to preach the second. 

Former Bishop Megan Rohrer, Forced To Resign Over Latino Pastor’s Removal, Sues ELCA

Megan Rohrer was forced to resign after removing a Latino pastor, appearing at the pastor’s church in Stockton, California, to announce the termination as the congregation gathered to celebrate the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe.

Vatican Prosecutors Reveal Extraordinary Exchange Between Pope and Accused Cardinal

Cardinal Angelo Becciu pleaded with the pope to confirm that the pontiff had endorsed an investment of church funds into a London real estate property that is at the heart of the Vatican’s blockbuster corruption trial.

SBC Pastor Runs 153 Consecutive Marathons, Raising Awareness for Adoption, Foster Care, Youth Mental Health

Missouri pastor Malachi O'Brien didn’t stop after he broke the world record for consecutive days of running a marathon in December. He continued running until he reached 153, a number of personal significance.

LGBTQ-Affirming School District Bans Student-Teachers From Arizona Christian University

Last month, Arizona’s largest elementary school district severed ties with Arizona Christian University, citing potential threats and trauma to LGBTQ students. Now the university says it plans to defend its students from a “wrong” and “unlawful” decision.

After 145 Days in Twitter Jail, Phil Johnson Is Granted Release After Deleting Drag Queen Tweet

Phil Johnson, Executive Director of Grace to You, announced that he has been released from "Twitter jail" after being suspended for suggesting that a school hiring a drag queen as a crossing guard was “taxpayer-funded grooming.”

Pastor of Prominent SBC Church Resigns After Allegedly Driving Intoxicated With Child, Illegal Weapon

Drew Erickson, pastor of Travis Avenue Baptist Church in Fort Worth, Texas, has resigned after being arrested for allegedly driving under the influence with a child under 15 and illegally possessing a weapon.

In North Idaho, Religious and Secular Activists Work To Fight Christian Nationalism

In a recent editorial, Episcopal Bishop Gretchen Rehberg decried Christian nationalism as ‘heresy for Christians and dangerous rhetoric for all Americans.’

‘It’s Inspiring’ — Christian ESPN Analyst Dan Orlovsky Praises Wife’s ‘Selflessness’ on International Women’s Day

On Wednesday, NFL on ESPN posted a video to Twitter of retired NFL quarterback and outspoken Christian Dan Orlovsky sharing about the most inspiring woman in his life in honor of International Women's Day.

New York Pays $250K After Trying To Shut Down Christian Adoption Agency

For more than four years, New Hope Family Services has been battling the state of New York following attempts to shut down the agency due to its policy to place children in homes with a "married mother and father."

Disney Star Joshua Bassett Proclaims Faith in Jesus at the Kids’ Choice Awards

Joshua Bassett, star of Disney's “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series,” is continuing to publicly proclaim his faith in Jesus. Bassett won Favorite Male TV star of a kids show at Nickelodeon’s Kids’ Choice Awards, and in his acceptance speech, he encouraged fans that God loves them.

Arson Investigation Underway After Fire Causes $200K in Damages to Historic Black Church

Fire Department officials are investigating a devastating fire that resulted in roughly $200,000 worth of damages at the building of Goodwill Baptist Church, a historic Black church in Austin, Texas.

Militants Kill Christian Clergy, Others For Not Supporting The Ruling APC Party

A clergyman with the Church of Christ in Nations, Reverend Musa Hyok, was killed on on Saturday, March 4 at night alongside two of his sons.

Old-School Christian Nationalism’s Avatar of Racism, Antisemitism and Conspiracies

The early version of Christian nationalism turned the fear of communism into an excuse to embrace prejudice and forfeit American democracy.

‘Jesus Revolution’ Director Shares Why the Film Did Not Address Lonnie Frisbee’s Sexuality

“Jesus Revolution” co-director Brent McCorkle recently discussed why the filmmaking team chose not to address hippie Lonnie Frisbee’s sexuality in the film.

Texas Tech Basketball Coach Suspended for Quoting Scripture About Slaves

On March 5, Texas Tech announced the suspension of men’s basketball head coach Mark Adams for referencing a slavery-themed Bible verse during a conversation with a player.

‘To God Be the Glory’—Pastor Who Was Declared Brain Dead Welcomed Home

Megan Marlow shared that on March 4, hundreds of people welcomed her husband, Ryan Marlow, home with a drive-by parade. Ryan Marlow is a North Carolina pastor who was declared brain dead in August, but has recovered enough to return home to his family as of Feb. 23.

Christian Group Urges Andy Stanley To Publicly Rebuke Marjorie Taylor Greene, Calls on Lauren Boebert To Resign

Faithful America has launched two petitions in response to the actions of Lauren Boebert and Marjorie Taylor Greene, calling on Boebert to resign and urging Andy Stanley to denounce Greene's recent remarks.

Iran Releases Yousef Nadarkhani, Other Christians From Prison

Pastor Yousef Nadarkhani, once sentenced to death in Iran for apostasy, was the third Christian convert recently released from prison as part of the government’s annual amnesty marking the anniversary of the 1979 revolution.

Johnny Hunt Sues SBC and Guidepost, Demanding Trial by Jury, Calls...

Former SBC pastor and denominational leader Johnny Hunt filed a lawsuit on Friday (Mar. 17) against the SBC, the SBC Executive Committee, and Guidepost Solutions for defamation and invasion of privacy.

Greg Laurie: How Churches Can Use ‘Jesus Revolution’ for Evangelism

Greg Laurie appears on the Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast to talk about the true events behind his new movie, “Jesus Revolution,” and how churches can use the film to spread the gospel.

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