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By Talia Wise December 13, 2021 Actor Denzel Washington does not mince words when it comes to his faith in God. And in a recent interview with the New York Times, Washington reiterated that he is a “God-fearing man” while also warning people to not become too self-focused. “This is spiritual warfare. So, I’m not looking at it from an earthly perspective,” he said in the interview. “If you don’t have a spiritual anchor you’ll be easily blown by the wind and you’ll be led to depression.”
A Tennessee high school football team wowed the internet last week when they defied county orders by leading fans in a postgame prayer. Last week, district employees in Putnam County, Tennessee, were ordered not to lead students in prayer, which prompted outrage from the community. “The case law not allowing prayer or proselytizing is clear. Courts have consistently ruled that prayer and proselytizing can not be sponsored by schools or school personnel,” a Putnam County Schools spokesman told WZTV-TV in Nashville. The rule extended to staffers, teachers, and even coaches, according to Western Journal “As a district, we absolutely understand the importance of prayer in the lives of our students, faculty, and staff members,” the spokesperson elaborated. “We support the right of students to p...
A 1,500-year-old Greek inscription bearing the name “Christ, born of Mary” was unearthed in northern Israel, the Antiquities Authority announced on Wednesday. The archaeologists discovered the inscription engraved at the entrance of an impressive building from the Byzantine or early Islamic period, featuring mosaic pavements decorated with a geometric design.
Many states currently have imposed illegal restrictions on church gatherings, limiting them to no more than a certain number of people to attend in person. In Nevada, that limit is 50 people.
“St. Joseph’s Church … was vandalized this week, as an unknown individual or individuals painted ‘satanic’ and ‘anarchist’ symbols on its doors,” reports the New Haven Register.
Pastor John MacArthur and the elders of Grace Community Church say they plan on defying Gov. Gavin Newsom’s order banning indoor worship. And their prayer is that other congregations across California will join their cause.
Father God, we lift up White House Press Sec. Kayleigh McEnany to You. We are so thankful for her faith in You. Give her strength and endurance and fill her with joy, strength and thankfulness. (Col 1: 3, 11)
By Michael Patrick, Ph.D. Dear Friends, I write from here on the Baltic Sea coast, where the Covid threat has eased. Masks are no longer required. Shops are open and life is slowly returning to normal. I am in quarantine following my recent visit to the United States. What did I find there? Covid confusion and misinformation are widespread, but that wasn’t my first concern. In a word, the manipulation of fear and the escalating conditions to spark open conflict were deeply unsettling. Setting aside conspiracy theory explanations, it doesn’t take a conspiracy when consensus openly serves the purpose of fueling uprisings.
Prosecutors in Virginia have dropped a criminal charge against a pastor for holding a church service for 16 people.
A divided U.S. Supreme Court late Friday upheld Coronavirus restrictions placed on church gatherings by the state of California, as Chief Justice John Roberts joined with the four more liberal justices in backing the power of states to enforce measures for public health.
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