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Prayer List: Covid-19 Global Menace

Cases of Covid-19, the Wuhan Coronoavirus, have been reported in more than 200 nations and more than 80,000 people have died. – Stats from Wikipedia

Orders to stay at home are preventing normal funeral services for the victims. Some families and friends of the deceased are experiencing deep depression.

Severe economic problems are also on the horizon for the unemployed.

Prayer List

  • Pray for the Holy Spirit to comfort the families and friends of people that have died from Covid-19.
  • Pray for a rapid recovery for those who are sick.
  • Pray for safety for doctors, nurses and family members caring for the sick.
  • Pray for financial needs to be met for people financially struggling after losing a job or receiving fewer work hours.
  • Pray for the spiritual needs of people to also be met.
  • Pray for opportunities to share God’s love and hope to people that are depressed from these circumstances.

Religious News Websites

Assemblies of God News

Baptist Press

  • Former EC vice president counters Guidepost characterization of abusers list
    NASHVILLE (BP) – Through an open letter released to several media outlets, former Executive Committee Vice President Roger “Sing” Oldham says a list of abusers prominent in the Guidepost Solutions report was generated from news reports he forwarded to EC general counsel and interim president D. August “Augie” Boto and not in his possession.
    - 1 day ago 27 May 22, 9:10pm -
  • Alabama church hires minister of ‘one mile missions’
    MONTGOMERY, Ala. (BP) – This past Sunday (May 22), Heritage Baptist Church made a historic step toward reaching their neighbors – they called Frederick L. Harris Sr. to be their minister of one mile missions.
    - 1 day ago 27 May 22, 8:55pm -
  • Image of God conference: Model is incarnate Christ
    FORT WORTH (BP) – Christ’s incarnation provides the pattern and understanding for what it means to be a human being created in the image of God, participants in a Southern Baptist-sponsored colloquium were told May 24-25.
    - 1 day ago 27 May 22, 8:49pm -
  • Lopez ministers to Uvalde community in wake of school shooting
    ULVADE, Texas (BP) – As the local community in Uvalde, Texas, continues to grieve this Tuesday’s (May 24) tragic school shooting, Luis Lopez, the Southern Baptist Convention Exetice Committee’s executive director for Hispanic relations and mobilization, has been ministering to the community by listening and reminding of God’s love.
    - 1 day ago 27 May 22, 8:44pm -
  • MEMORIAL DAY: ‘I’ll be waiting for you.’ SBC chaplain remembers fallen son
    MADERA, Calif. (BP)—Marc Unger and his 19-year-old son, Daniel, were taking one last trip to Walmart before Daniel deployed to Kuwait the next day with the California National Guard. Unger will never forget the conversation that night.
    - 1 day ago 27 May 22, 8:26pm -

Christian Headlines

Christian Newswire

  • The Biden Amendments at the WHO are Still Active
    NEWS PROVIDED BYLiberty CounselMay 27, 2022 WASHINGTON, May 27, 2022 /Christian Newswire/ -- Earlier this week at the 75th World Health Assembly (WHA) meeting in Geneva, Switzerland, it appeared that 12 of the 13 amendments presented by the Biden administration were temporarily paused. However, the United States' representative is still pushing the amendments to pass before the session ends on May 28. The amendments would empower the World Health Organization (WHO) to unilaterally Source: Liberty Counsel
    - 1 day ago 27 May 22, 8:43pm -
  • Switch Releases 'This Is The Love' Single Ahead of the Better View Deluxe Album
    NEWS PROVIDED BYLife.ChurchMay 27, 2022OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla., May 27, 2022 /Christian Newswire/ -- As a part of the final installment of the Better View project, Switch releases their newest single, "This Is The Love." Accompanied by a lyric video, the song is an upbeat and uplifting declaration of hope meant to help listeners understand God's love for them. "We're passionate about creating meaningful music that meets people in the middle of life's difficulties and shines a ligh Source: Life.Church
    - 2 days ago 27 May 22, 2:00pm -
  • WHO Withdraws 12 of Biden's 13 Amendments to IHR
    NEWS PROVIDED BYLiberty CounselMay 25, 2022 WASHINGTON, May 25, 2022 /Christian Newswire/ -- The World Health Organization (WHO) temporarily withdrew 12 of the 13 amendments submitted by the Biden administration to the current International Health Regulations (IHR) at the World Health Assembly (WHA) annual meeting. The meeting continues through May 28, and the 12 amendments could resurface. This week, the 75th World Health Assembly is convening in Geneva, Switzerland with delegate Source: Liberty Counsel
    - 2 days ago 26 May 22, 7:15pm -
  • Why Mass Shootings Will Continue
     NEWS PROVIDED BYCatholic LeagueMay 26, 2022NEW YORK, May 26, 2022 /Christian Newswire/ -- Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the latest mass shootings: Whether the problem is mass shootings, back pain or water in the basement, all resolutions depend on an accurate diagnosis. If the diagnosis is right it doesn't guarantee a resolution, but if it is wrong, it guarantees there won't be one. The ruling class, especially the media, are consumed with race and guns i Source: Catholic League
    - 2 days ago 26 May 22, 4:21pm -
  • Trauma Healing Booklets Available for Texas
    NEWS PROVIDED BYChild Evangelism FellowshipMay 25, 2022WARRENTON, Mo., May 25, 2022 /Christian Newswire/ -- As news of the latest school shooting rocks the nation, CEF has a prepared Gospel trauma resource for children with its booklet, "Do You Wonder Why?" Five thousand booklets were already stored in Texas and 19,000 more in English and Spanish are en route from the CEF International Headquarters in Missouri.CEF of East Texas is the state office for the ministry and CEF of Greate Source: Child Evangelism Fellowship Inc.
    - 3 days ago 25 May 22, 11:26pm -

Christian Post

  • newGunmen abduct 2 priests, 2 boys from Catholic church in Nigeria: 'Pray for their safety and release'
    Unidentified gunmen attacked a Catholic parish in northern Nigeria this week and abducted two priests and two unidentified boys as kidnappings and attacks on Christians carry on unabated in the African country. #Nigeria #Kidnappings #Militants #Gunmen #FulaniHerdsmen #Catholic #Africa #Islamic
    - 13 hours ago 28 May 22, 1:35pm -
  • newPro-life watchdog group's investigation shutters Florida abortion facility
    A national pro-life watchdog group's investigation has led to the closure of a Florida abortion facility that failed to abide by standard emergency medical protocols, with reports surfacing of patients experiencing extensive bleeding and other severe complications. #prolife #abortion #Florida #abortionist #hospital
    - 13 hours ago 28 May 22, 1:03pm -
  • newMemorial Day: 7 sacred songs of solemn remembrance, hope for peace
    Here are seven sacred hymns that can be associated with the Memorial Day weekend. They include classic hymns, songs with allusions to military service, and songs tied to American history and patriotism. #MemorialDay #hymns #patriotism #history
    - 14 hours ago 28 May 22, 12:47pm -
  • newSometimes hitting rock bottom can be a blessing
    I made fun of those people for the longest time, until I had completely reached the end of my rope, desperate to cling to some kind of hope that offered help. I wanted love. I wanted someone strong and kind enough to step in and help me turn my life around. That night, my atheism fell apart. #TheProdigalSon #conversion #atheism #love
    - 14 hours ago 28 May 22, 12:08pm -
  • newWhy the latest 'State of the Bible Research' leads us back to mission
    COVID-19 greatly impacted our churches and how people engage with their faith. Unfortunately, it seems that in the process, a significant number of Bibles were set to the side, perhaps forever. #COVID19 #BibleReading #BibleStudy
    - 14 hours ago 28 May 22, 12:00pm -

Christian Research Network

  • newIsrael Launches Devastating Drone Strike on Top-Secret Iran Military Base
    (Rick Moran – PJ Media) A military strike that utilized quadcopter drones launched from inside Iran hit the top-secret Iranian military base at Parchin. It’s believed the strike targeted Iran’s drone research and development complex and not its missile or … Continue reading →
    - 1 hour ago 29 May 22, 1:17am -
  • newPope Francis: Jesus and the Buddha Were Both ‘Promotors of Nonviolence’
    (Thomas D. Williams – Breitbart) Pope Francis told a Buddhist delegation from Mongolia Saturday that Jesus and Buddha shared a common commitment to peace and nonviolence. “Jesus and the Buddha were peacemakers and promotors of nonviolence,” the pontiff told the delegation of … Continue reading →
    - 10 hours ago 28 May 22, 4:40pm -
  • newWoke Team Biden Is Willfully Obliterating the Middle Class
    “The team – the cabal – is reducing the middle class to poverty and deprivation willfully. The USA is in serious danger.” (Mary Dowling – Independent Sentinel) Biden’s team is obliterating the middle class in this country and it’s deliberate … Continue reading →
    - 10 hours ago 28 May 22, 4:06pm -
  • newBanning COVID Mandates Is the Pro-Liberty Position
    “These mandates must fall. One such effort is the proposed Texas COVID Vaccine Freedom Act. The proposal is based on the common law rule that informed consent does not exist when a patient is coerced or compelled to receive a … Continue reading →
    - 11 hours ago 28 May 22, 3:34pm -
  • newHey Look! Proof Former Obama Admin Officials Committed Treason Under Trump
    (Matt Margolis – PJ Media) It’s impossible to say that I’m shocked by the latest bombshell courtesy of the American Center for Law & Justice (ACLJ). According to a memo obtained by ACLJ via a FOIA lawsuit, several Obama administration … Continue reading →
    - 12 hours ago 28 May 22, 2:46pm -

Christian Sentinel

  • new‘The Inevitable Collapse of the Auto Industry’ by Jackie Alnor and Joni Finkle
    The transportation industry is under tremendous pressure from the WEF/NWO in the real or imagined war on climate change. It doesn't take a genius to see the writing on the wall when passing by car dealerships with lots almost empty of cars for sale.The post ‘The Inevitable Collapse of the Auto Industry’ by Jackie Alnor and Joni Finkle appeared first on The Christian Sentinel.
    - 24 hours ago 28 May 22, 2:31am -
    FROM THE FORMER DIRECTOR OF RAPTURE READY RADIO “There is nothing covered that shall not be revealed; and hid that shall not be known.” Prophecy…The post NEW BOOK NOW ON AMAZON appeared first on The Christian Sentinel.
    - 15 days ago 13 May 22, 4:36pm -
  • Charisma’s 25th Anniversary Hall of Shame (Repost from the year 2000)
    Charisma Magazine's 25th Anniversary edition looks at the legacy of those who have graced its covers.  The list is a Who's Who of people who have brought shame to the Gospel of Jesus Christ. The post Charisma’s 25th Anniversary Hall of Shame (Repost from the year 2000) appeared first on The Christian Sentinel.
    - 22 Oct 21, 2:53pm -
  • Stephen Strang in the Pits (2006 article I wrote posted by request)
    Do you think Jesus would be happy with Mr. Strang, selling out the Church for the almighty dollar?The post Stephen Strang in the Pits (2006 article I wrote posted by request) appeared first on The Christian Sentinel.
    - 22 Oct 21, 2:25pm -
  • Important censored information we’ve all seen — rolled into one little animated presentation [THE FOLLOWING IS THE OPINION OF AN ANONYMOUS RESEARCHER WHO HAS FOLLOWED THE ISSUES THROUGHOUT THE SAGA  AND SEEN THIS UNFOLD AS PRESENTED –…The post Important censored information we’ve all seen — rolled into one little animated presentation appeared first on The Christian Sentinel.
    - 18 Aug 21, 6:57pm -

Christianity Today

  • The Uvalde School Shooting Sends Me to Matthew 18
    Jesus gave specific instructions on caring for the “little ones.” The Texas tragedy suggests the church has gravely fallen short.I remember being 10. I had just discovered a passion for soccer and watched the entire World Cup for the first time alongside my father and my brother.I embarked on my first mission trip with my church that year to the sierras of Chihuahua, Mexico, where I was fascinated by the idea of one day doing ministry full-time.I remember being 18. I had graduated high school a semester earlier and had moved to Alabama for a few months before starting college in the fall. My family was no longer together, and my mother had to work all the time because she was now a single parent of two kids.I knew I wanted to leave those difficult experiences behind and study college away from home. Today I can tell you that I did not know much more at 18 than I knew at 10.As a journalist and minister who has found a home in Texas, I’ve reflected on these stages of my life as I’ve mourned the tragedy currently crushing the Latino community—an additional chapter to our often painful history. As we so dreadfully now know, on Tuesday, 19 children, ages 9, 10, and 11, were murdered by one who had reached 18 a little more than a week earlier.The victims loved their moms, celebrated first Communions, and made honor roll. They were children who, just like me years ago, might have watched their first World Cup with their dads and brothers later this very year.The person who murdered these children was a man barely on the other side of childhood—one who, as Brennan Manning writes, was “broken on the wheels of living.” We know only the surface of what Salvador Ramos’s life was like: a parent struggling with drug addiction, bullying that targeted his speech impediment, violence that intensified as he grew older.As we ...Continue reading...
    - 1 day ago 27 May 22, 8:35pm -
  • 15 Prayers for a Violent World
    In an age weary with suffering, how can we pray?As the father of two elementary-aged children, the news of the May 24 mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas—just three hours south of my home in Austin, which resulted in the death of 19 children and 2 teachers—shook me deeply.Driving my daughter to school the morning after, I felt acutely the fragility and unpredictability of life, and I found myself becoming intensely afraid—and increasingly angry.Only 10 days prior, a racially motivated 18-year-old man, dressed in body armor and wielding a rifle with a high-capacity magazine, shot and killed 10 people at a Buffalo supermarket, wounding 3 others. Eleven of the 13 victims were Black.A day after the mass shooting at a Tops Friendly Markets store in upstate New York, a gunman entered Geneva Presbyterian Church, in Laguna Woods, California—where a group of parishioners had gathered for a lunch to honor a former pastor of a Taiwanese congregation that uses the church for its worship services—and shot and killed one person and wounded five others.One nation bombs another, a denomination keeps a secret list of abusive pastors, a man is profiled because of his skin color, a Christian is persecuted because of her faith, and thousands are cruelly displaced from their homes—all of it occurring against the backdrop of a global pandemic.It’s tempting to shut down emotionally in light of all of this violence. It’s tempting to give into despair. “So goes the world,” we might say, wishing it were otherwise but feeling powerless to make a difference. It’s tempting to distract ourselves with busywork or to reach for spiritual platitudes to numb the pain. “Let go and let God.” “God works ...Continue reading...
    - 1 day ago 27 May 22, 3:00pm -
  • Passion Rekindled: Oberammergau Easter Play Returns with Great Joy
    Tourists and pilgrims flock to German village as 1,800 local actors prepare to take the stage after pandemic interruption.Jill and Oscar Schmidt vowed that they would travel from their home in Washington State to Oberammergau, a small village in the south of Germany, to see the world-famous passion play about the death of Jesus.They wanted to go in 2010 but didn’t get tickets in time. So they decided they would not miss the next performance—no excuses!—and made plans for the spring of 2020.“Then they were cancelled,” said Jill.The Schmidts understood, of course. Everything was shutting down at that time, as the pandemic swept across the world and dominated the headlines. But that makes this moment, two years later, very sweet.“We are so glad to finally be here,” Jill told CT, “and experience the play at least once in our lifetime.”This desire—to experience the Oberammergau Passion Play once in a lifetime— has driven millions of tourists and pilgrims to visit the village over the years. It began in 1633 with another vow. Suffering the ravages of the bubonic plague, the inhabitants of the Bavarian village promised to perform a “play of the suffering, death and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ" on stage every ten years if God would spare them further death and devastation. The plague ended, and the people of Oberammergau have been putting on the passion play ever since.In the 19th century, it began to draw in international visitors, mostly Catholics and Lutherans. Today, a third of the 1 million guests are from the United States, the United Kingdom, and Scandinavia. The play resonates in this moment with the feeling of surviving a pandemic, but it has long spoken to the themes of crisis and overcoming hardship. The production, after all, retells the story of Jesus’ ...Continue reading...
    - 2 days ago 27 May 22, 2:00pm -
  • Uvalde Pastors Mourn Losses Close to Home
    A Hispanic Baptist leader focuses on ministering to his family after his great-granddaughter dies in the school shooting. In the quiet, 16,000-person town of Uvalde, Texas, nearly everyone has connections to the children, families, and teachers shaken by the deadly elementary school shooting.“I was watering my flowers in the front yard when I heard shots ring out,” said Julian Moreno, former pastor of Primera Iglesia Bautista. Moreno lives two blocks from Robb Elementary School, where an 18-year-old gunman killed 19 kids and two teachers on Tuesday.Within minutes of hearing the shots, Moreno said he saw two policemen running down the street. Then, an exchange of gunfire so close he could smell the powder.Knowing his great-granddaughter, Lexi, was a student at the school, Moreno walked to the campus once the shots ceased.He later learned that the attack took place in 10-year-old Lexi’s classroom, and she was among the victims.Outside the school, Moreno said, the atmosphere radiated with fear, as parents clamored to get into the barricaded building. Officers with the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) and Border Patrol shouted at one another as they put on their gear and approached the school.“People were talking loudly, a lot were crying,” he said. “They were saying, ‘My son or my daughter is in that building,’ and the officers were just saying ‘I’m sorry, you can’t go any further.’”Located 80 miles west of San Antonio, an hour from the Mexican border, the town of Uvalde is 82 percent Hispanic, with sizable Catholic and Baptist populations. Around 20 local churches have joined together to support their community, now known as the location of the third-deadliest school shooting in the US.Because he’s a faith leader, people in the community have turned to ...Continue reading...
    - 2 days ago 27 May 22, 1:34am -
  • Buffalo’s Black Christians Grieve the ‘Evil Among Us’
    Angry but not shocked at racist violence, the victims' families at funerals this week have a prayer: Let these deaths not be in vain. Buffalo this week is bearing the heaviness of 10 funerals all at once.Even though organizers tried to stagger funeral times, hundreds of cars converged on one cemetery on Wednesday for back-to-back burials. One local congregation, Elim Christian Fellowship, held memorials two days in a row this week, gathering hundreds to cry, sing, and proclaim that death did not have the last word over the loved ones they lost.The church called for 30 days of mourning in honor of longtime member Celestine Chaney, 65. Chaney was among the 10 people killed in a racist attack at their local grocery store back on May 14. Most of the victims were devout Christians, active in Black churches in Buffalo.The city’s Christians aren’t rushing the grieving process, even as national news reporters have left town and attention has shifted to a horrifying shooting at a Texas elementary school.“I’m sure God is angry with what he sees,” said Bishop Glenwood Young Sr., who leads the Church of God in Christ in Western New York. Young’s sister-in-law, 77-year-old Pearl Young, was one of the victims at Tops Friendly Market.The grief and anger in Buffalo is different than after other recent mass shootings. The shooter, based on officials’ accounts, targeted Black people because of his white supremacist beliefs. He killed the elderly, people who were called mother and auntie by their friends and neighbors. The incident added to the poor neighborhood’s troubles by creating a food desert, with the grocery store indefinitely closed after the shooting.At the funerals and around the community, conversations swelled with righteous anger. CT heard from people who held to a firm belief that God would do something to address ...Continue reading...
    - 2 days ago 27 May 22, 12:00am -

Forum 18 News Service

  • UZBEKISTAN: Two more prisoners of conscience jailed, one for 7 years
    Today (27 May), trauma surgeon Alimardon Sultonov jailed for 7 years in labour camp "for criticising President Mirziyoyev, state-appointed imams .. " Both torture and 2 regime "parliamentarians" were used to try to get him to admit "guilt". On 17 May Muslim former prisoner of conscience Oybek Khamidov sentenced to 5 years' jail. Against published law neither Prosecutor nor "witnesses" were in court. The Judge did not want to talk to Forum 18 about the apparent illegality of the court proceedings, or the jailing.
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  • KAZAKHSTAN: Multiple long-term punishments for exercising freedom of religion or belief
    List of: 9 individuals (all Sunni Muslim men) jailed for exercising freedom of religion or belief; 4 freed early from prison and serving the rest of their terms at home under restrictions; 8 former prisoners of conscience under years-long, often vague post-prison bans on specific activity; 35 individuals who have completed their jail terms have access to bank accounts blocked for up to a further 8 years. This account blocking can also block individuals from finding work or driving.
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  • KAZAKHSTAN: Post-prison "there's a block everywhere!"
    When individuals complete prison or restricted freedom sentences for exercising freedom of religion or belief and other rights, punishment does not stop. Many still face often vague bans on specific activity, including exercising freedom of religion or belief. "The Financial Monitoring Agency List says it relates to finance, but it's in fact about everything," one said. "When you want to get a job or open a bank account .. there's a block everywhere!" Restrictions include bank account blocks, driving bans and being unable to work in many jobs.
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  • KAZAKHSTAN: Nine known Muslim prisoners of conscience - torture, solitary confinement
    Five of the nine known prisoners of conscience jailed for exercising freedom of religion or belief were punished for participating in an online Islamic discussion group. The other four are also Sunni Muslims. Dadash Mazhenov and Abdukhalil Abduzhabbarov are facing torture by being held in prolonged solitary confinement. Mazhenov has been physically tortured, most recently in a January 2022 beating with truncheons which broke his jaw. Abduzhabbarov was not allowed to attend his father's funeral, while Galymzhan Abilkairov was not allowed to attend his wife's funeral.
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  • RUSSIA: Opposition to war in Ukraine - official pressure and censorship
    State censorship and control of religious communities increased following Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Lutheran Archbishop Dietrich Brauer, who has left Russia, said that, at the start of the war, President Putin's administration made "a clear demand" of religious leaders to speak out in favour of the invasion. Another Protestant pastor says FSB officers visited clergy to warn them not to say anything critical in sermons or on social media. Protestors against the war on the basis of their faith continue to be detained.
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Get Religion

  • newU.S., world religious press suffers big hit with plans to shutter Catholic News Service
    The Catholic press — in print, online and television — is one of the most active and vibrant sources of news about trends and current events in U.S. Catholic life and the Catholic world as a whole.It is often well-funded and essential to understanding Catholicism, but the changing journalism landscape — spurred on by the Internet — has made it tough for religious media to thrive, even if they have large and loyal audiences.But, as we are seeing in the news market as a whole, readers are becoming more and more loyal to news sources with strong editorial points of view linked to the wide rifts in American Catholicism. This makes it hard for journalists to speak to readers on both sides.This trend manifested itself recently with the pending closures of two highly venerated and popular Catholic news organizations: Catholic News Service and Catholic New York.Catholic New York was one of those publications that used CNS stories. That’s one thing that connected the two. The other was that both news organizations were run by the church hierarchy.CNS, founded in 1920, is a wire service with reporters and editors that write up stories for subscriber newspapers across the country. The other, Catholic New York, was the official newspaper of the archdiocese and one of the largest of its kind in the country in terms of geographical reach and circulation.CNS announced two weeks ago that it was shutting down a main part of its operation in “a dramatic reorganization of its communications department” — including the closure of the Washington, D.C., and New York offices.In meetings with newsroom staff, James Rogers, the chief communications officer of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, said the Washington office would be closed at year’s end. The Rome bureau will remain open and continue to report on the Vatican.
    - 8 hours ago 28 May 22, 6:22pm -
  • Podcast: Those hellish SBC sexual-abuse stories? They may be coming to a zip code near you
    There’s an old saying in the real estate business about properties that get hot and then sell quickly: “Location, location, location.”That’s precisely where we are right now with the sexual-abuse scandal that looms over the core institutions of the giant, complex, sprawling Southern Baptist Convention.Where is the story heating up right now? Where is the story going in the future? The answer to both of those questions is: “Location, location, location.” This is true with current events (and events yet to come) and it’s also true with the must-read coverage of this big story. We focused on both sides of that equation during this week’s GetReligion podcast (CLICK HERE to tune that in).First, let’s talk about the journalism behind this story, which has been building for several years now (see this Bobby Ross, Jr., “Plug-In” update for a starter). Everything begins in Texas and Tennessee and reporters there who are doing the heavy lifting — in Nashville and Houston, to be specific. You can see this, ironically, in this Washington Post story: “How two Texas newspapers broke open the Southern Baptist sex scandal.” Here is the overture: Houston Chronicle city hall reporter Robert Downen was on the night shift one evening in 2018, just a few months into the job, when something caught his attention. Scrolling through an online federal court docket, he spotted a lawsuit that accused Paul Pressler, a prominent former judge and leader of the Southern Baptist Convention, of sexual assault. While the case had been previously reported, newly filed documents painted an even more damning picture, including the revelation that Pressler had previously agreed to pay his accuser $450,000. Downen, then 25, probed more deeply and discovered other survivors of church abuse, who made it clear to him, he recalled, that “if you think this problem is confined to one leader, we have quite a bit to show you.” Downen’s ever-growing spreadsheet of cases soon inspired a larger reporting effort to quantify the scope of sex abuse within the massive Protestant denomination. Journalists at the Chronicle and the San Antonio Express-News teamed up to create a database of cases involving nearly 300 church leaders and more than 700 victims for their landmark 2019 “Abuse of Faith” series. A wave of outrage in response to the series rocked the Southern Baptist Convention, prompting its Executive Committee to hire an outside firm to investigate.Sexual-abuse accusations against Pressler had been rumbling for decades behind closed doors and in locked-tight legal proceedings. I first heard about them in the early 1980s, through a well-placed contact at CBS News, when I first hit the religion beat at The Charlotte News. There was smoke, but no one could get to the fire. The fact that this SBC giant’s accusers were young males only added to the tension.If you know SBC life — I grew up as a Texas Baptist preacher’s kid and my whole family has Baylor University ties — then you may know this old saying: Texas is the wallet on which the SBC sits.
    - 1 day ago 27 May 22, 3:15pm -
  • Top U.S. evangelical seminaries, and seminaries in general, face critical financial issues
    On Memorial Day weekend in 1944 an adventurous group of evangelical Protestants filled the rented Orchestra Hall to launch "Chicagoland Youth for Christ."The preacher for that day was an unknown greenhorn from a modest suburban church, the Rev. Billy Graham by name. Soon Youth For Christ was staging rallies every week at the Michigan Avenue musical shrine, with Graham as its first full-time evangelist. On Memorial Day weekend 1945, an even more audacious breakthrough event drew 60,000 or more to Soldier Field.What was the origin of America's oft-rambunctious, complex and remarkably successful evangelical Protestant movement as we have come to know it?Some will cite the 1942 formation of the National Association of Evangelicals by conservatives — including many in mainline Protestant churches — fleeing the old "fundamentalist" brand. But The Guy contends it was those Chicago spectacles leading into a nationwide "parachurch" organization with Graham as its charismatic leader.The media and their audiences tend to see evangelicalism in terms of star preachers, megachurches, media, music, missions and more recently immersion in Republican political wars. Oh, yes, and scandals.But the movement cannot possibly be understood apart from its beliefs as propounded by thinkers at graduate-level divinity schools and the students they trained. Their impact has been profound, and global in scope.Three multi-denominational seminaries led the way, and their current woes — part of negative trends in theological education as a whole — are worth substantive journalistic analysis.* Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California was the pioneer, founded in 1947, with Graham as a long-time backer and board member.
    - 2 days ago 26 May 22, 3:59pm -
  • Plug-In bonus: Southern Baptist sexual-abuse probe uncovers apocalyptic sins and crimes
    “It is an apocalypse,” declares Russell Moore, former president of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission.It is “far worse” than anything the Rev. Ed Litton, the 13.7 million-member denomination’s president, had anticipated, report the New York Times’ Ruth Graham and Elizabeth Dias.It is a “bombshell” (per the Houston Chronicle’s Robert Downen and John Tedesco). It is “historic” (The Tennessean’s Liam Adams). It is a “blockbuster report” (Religion News Service’s Bob Smietana). If you cheered for the movie Spotlight when it won an academy award, you will want to read this. "Bombshell 400-page report finds Southern Baptist leaders routinely silenced sexual abuse survivors." via @Froomkin — Jay Rosen (@jayrosen_nyu) May 23, 2022Sunday brought the long-awaited release of an independent investigation into sexual abuse in the Southern Baptist Convention, and damning might be too feeble a word to characterize the findings.The bottom line, according to Guidepost Solutions’ 288-page report: An unprecedented investigation of the Southern Baptist Convention’s top governing body found that an influential group of Baptist leaders systematically ignored, belittled and intimidated survivors of sexual abuse for the past two decades while protecting the legal interests of churches accused of harboring abusers.The claims are “expected to send shock waves throughout a conservative Christian community that has had intense internal battles over how to handle sex abuse” (Washington Post’s Sarah Pulliam Bailey).
    - 3 days ago 25 May 22, 3:59pm -
  • When reporting about black churches and abortion, why not seek sources on both sides?
    You’d think an asteroid was hurtling toward Earth judging from the outraged coverage on abortion the past three weeks after Politico announced on May 3 that the Supreme Court may be poised to reverse Roe v. Wade.If the coverage was measured, even-handed and inclusive, I could deal with it. In that case, we would be talking about a standard journalistic response to a major story.But no, what we are seeing — in commentaries and even in news reports — is a mash of “The Handmaid’s Tale, “ the imminent end of civilization as we know it and White supremacy because — as we all know — male White nationalists are behind all this.So, when I saw this Washington Post piece on how black Protestants view abortion (curiously, Catholics were totally left out of the piece), I figured I’d get a fresh look at the issue and some crucial information. Black women are 13% of the female population but 30% of those who abort their young. Yes, this is an important issue in Black churches and communities.One would think. And the headline said black churches were “conflicted” over the possibility of abortion access being curtailed, so I read further, hoping the article would air the views of Black church leaders and believers on both sides of the issue.I can’t say they did. When a draft Supreme Court opinion leaked indicating that Roe v. Wade could be overturned, the Rev. Cheryl Sanders felt conflicted. The senior pastor of D.C.’s Third Street Church of God personally doesn’t support abortion but is weary of the politics around being labeled “pro-life” and is grappling with how to address the issue before her predominantly Black congregation. “If you understand that in the politicized term, it’s fraught with problematic racial views and exceptions and blind spots,” she says. And Sanders doesn’t want to align herself with far-right conservative activists she disagrees with on many social issues.
    - 4 days ago 24 May 22, 3:59pm -

ID the Future (Podcast)

  • Michael Denton Discusses The Miracle of the Cell
    New research keeps unveiling ever more ways in which this fine tuning exists, from the cosmos to the atoms of the periodic table, even to the subatomic level of quantum tunneling.
    - 12 Oct 20, 9:31pm -
  • Michael Denton: Remarkable Coincidences in Photosynthesis
    On this episode of ID the Future from the vault, we listen in on a few minutes from a lecture given by Australian biochemist Michael Denton, author of the brand new book The Miracle of the Cell. In this segment, Denton explains the “remarkable set of coincidences” that makes the creation of oxygen through photosynthesis possible. From the specific energy of visible light to the unique properties of water, this degree of fine tuning for life shouts intelligent design. For more on how the cosmos is designed for life, watch Discovery Institute’s documentary Priviledged Species, featuring Michael Denton.
    - 9 Oct 20, 7:16pm -
  • Dr. Michael Denton on Evidence of Fine-Tuning in the Universe
    On this episode of ID the Future from the vault, Casey Luskin sits down with Dr. Michael Denton, a Senior Fellow of the CSC who holds a Ph.D. in Biochemistry. Denton is the author of Evolution: A Theory in Crisis, which has been credited with influencing both Phillip Johnson and Michael Behe, as well as Nature's Destiny: How the Laws of Biology Reveal Purpose in the Universe, which elaborates on the evidence of design in nature.
    - 7 Oct 20, 11:29pm -
  • The Demise of the Artifact Hypothesis
    Paleoentomologist Günter Bechly makes the case that recent findings have put the nails in the coffin of this “artifact hypothesis.” He goes on to argue that these findings are “not just a tiny problem but a fatal problem” for modern Darwinism.
    - 5 Oct 20, 7:28pm -
  • Scott Turner on Purpose in Nature, Part 2
    On this episode of ID the Future from the vault, Rob Crowther continues his conversation with J. Scott Turner, biologist at the State University of New York (SUNY), visiting scholar at Cambridge University, and author of the new book Purpose and Desire: What Makes Something “Alive” and Why Modern Darwinism Has Failed to Explain It. Turner critiques evolutionary biology’s bias toward mechanistic and gene-centric thinking, and contemporary biology’s failure to come to grips with the evidence of purpose and intentionality at many levels of biology. Viewing the brain as a computer, for example, obscures many things about the brain and the mind that exceed computers, both quantitatively and qualitatively.
    - 2 Oct 20, 8:55pm -

International Missions Board

Julie Roys Report

  • newSouthern Baptist List Includes Hundreds of Cases of Abuse, Beginning In The 1960s
    Leaders at the Southern Baptist Convention’s Executive Committee released a formerly secret list Thursday of sexual abusers, which had been kept by SBC staff since 2007.The 205-page list includes details about 700 cases of abuse by pastors, Sunday school teachers, camp counselors, music ministers, bus drivers and missionaries, with about 400 tied to SBC churches from Alaska to Alabama. In almost all of the cases, the abuse had led to arrests and jail time. 
    - 14 hours ago 28 May 22, 12:45pm -
  • AME Church Alleges Former Retirement Services Exec Embezzled Tens of Millions
    The African Methodist Episcopal Church has sued a former executive who oversaw its pension plan’s investment portfolio, charging that he and others embezzled money and defrauded its clergy and church ministers who were relying on its annuity plan for their retirement.The legal action follows the filing of class action suits that alleged the church mishandled the pension funds, with one claiming a sum of at least $90 million is missing. The denomination, in turn, alleges that the Rev. 
    - 1 day ago 27 May 22, 3:35pm -
  • More Former Members Allege Pattern of Abuse, Cover-up at Indiana Church
    More former members of New Life Christian Church and World Outreach have come forward alleging a pattern of abuse and cover-up at the nondenominational Indiana church.Its pastor, John B. Lowe II, resigned Monday after a woman said he groomed her and sexually abused her starting when she was 16. John Lowe and his wife, Debbie, their son Bryan Lowe, and their daughter Brightie Lowe were on staff at the church in Warsaw, Indiana before the revelations. 
    - 2 days ago 27 May 22, 2:00pm -
  • Josh Duggar Sentenced to More Than 12 Years for Child Porn
    Former reality TV star and Christian activist Josh Duggar was sentenced Wednesday to 12 ½ years in a federal prison for downloading and possessing child pornography, according to a U.S. Department of Justice press release.A federal jury in Arkansas convicted Duggar in December 2021 of receiving and possessing material showing minors in sexually explicit conduct. The maximum sentence for the conviction was 20 years in prison and a fine of up to $250,000. 
    - 2 days ago 26 May 22, 9:15pm -
  • Shooting Survivor Shares Why Christians Need to Offer More Than Thoughts And Prayers
    When she heard about the shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, it all came back to Taylor Schumann.How she hid in a closet as a gunman walked into the satellite campus of New River Community College in Christiansburg, Virginia, where she was working at the front desk, just inside the entrance.How the gunman, a student she didn’t know, fired through the door of the closet where she hid, ripping apart her left hand. 
    - 2 days ago 26 May 22, 8:30pm -

Life News

  • newJoe Biden Promotes Abortion, Calls Killing Babies “Health Care”
    A Proclamation issued by President Biden during National Women’s Health Week reiterated his support for abortion in addressing “the health and well-being of women and girls across our Nation.”  Biden proclaimed, “Central to this mission is protecting women’s fundamental rights to make their own choices and build their own future.  I am committed to defending women’s rights, including […]The post Joe Biden Promotes Abortion, Calls Killing Babies “Health Care” appeared first on
    - 12 hours ago 28 May 22, 2:06pm -
  • newOklahoma is the First State to Ban Abortions Starting at Conception, Others Should Follow Suit
    As America awaits the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, Governor Kevin Stitt signed a law on Wednesday that makes Oklahoma the first state in the nation to effectively protect unborn children by prohibiting abortions from fertilization and allowing private citizens to sue those who help women terminate their pregnancies. The law, […]The post Oklahoma is the First State to Ban Abortions Starting at Conception, Others Should Follow Suit appeared first on
    - 12 hours ago 28 May 22, 1:57pm -
  • newAmazing Sculpture Shows the Beaty of Mother and Unborn Child
    A Canadian artist recently unveiled a beautiful visual reminder that Christianity values babies in the womb. World-renowned sculptor Timothy Schmalz’s latest piece, “Life Monument,” is an 8-foot bronze statue of a pregnant Mary lovingly cradling the unborn baby Jesus in her womb, according to the Catholic News Agency. The Church of San Marcello al Corso in […]The post Amazing Sculpture Shows the Beaty of Mother and Unborn Child appeared first on
    - 13 hours ago 28 May 22, 1:29pm -
  • newWomen Don’t Need Abortion to Have Successful Careers and Fulfilling Lives
    It’s hard to escape the propaganda in today’s culture that claims women need abortions to succeed. The messaging is everywhere from Congress to supposedly “unbiased” mainstream news outlets, in entertainment and on the local street corner. If women don’t have abortions, they’ll be poor, they’ll suffer. They won’t be able to achieve their goals. But […]The post Women Don’t Need Abortion to Have Successful Careers and Fulfilling Lives appeared first on
    - 13 hours ago 28 May 22, 1:19pm -
  • newSchool Disciplines 14 Pro-Abortion Students After They Attacked Pro-Life Classmate
    A New Jersey school district disciplined 14 students this month after a pro-life classmate was attacked during a student-organized pro-abortion rally on May 16, according to the Catholic News Agency. Nichole Pagano, 16, a sophomore at Hunterdon Central Regional High School, said pro-abortion students surrounded, grabbed and pushed her and her sister when they showed up […]The post School Disciplines 14 Pro-Abortion Students After They Attacked Pro-Life Classmate appeared first on
    - 13 hours ago 28 May 22, 1:10pm -

Mennonite Central Committee

  • How it works
    Imagine being a farmer in Potosí, Bolivia. You’ve terraced your land on rugged hilly terrain at over 12,000 ft elevation. You’re far from the city markets where you could buy vegetables, so this food means survival and health for you and your family.
    - 4 days ago 25 May 22, 4:00am -
  • Five ways to address violence related to guns
    MCC grieves the recent and continuation of mass shootings in the U.S. Please join us in praying for the families and communities affected. We also invite you to engage with these resources as we continue to advocate for nonviolence and peace in the U.S. and worldwide. 
    - 4 days ago 25 May 22, 4:00am -
  • Mennonites Against Militarism seeks volunteers
    Mennonites Against Militarism – a collaboration of Mennonite Central Committee, U.S. (MCC) and Mennonite Church USA (MC USA) – is seeking to launch an initiative to counter military recruitment of U.S. youth.
    - 11 days ago 18 May 22, 4:00am -
  • Loss that cannot be counted
    Content note: This story contains a brief description of a stillbirth
    - 11 days ago 18 May 22, 4:00am -
  • Honoring peacebuilders
    Caption: Michael J. Sharp, second from left, participates in a 2013 meeting at camp for internally displaced people in the town of Shasha, North Kivu, Eastern Congo.
    - 25 days ago 4 May 22, 4:00am -


Religion News Service

  • newELCA presiding bishop requests resignation of first transgender bishop
    (RNS) — Bishop Megan Rohrer’s removal of a Latino pastor on the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe has been criticized by the Asociación de Ministerios Latinos de la ELCA as showing a 'lack of empathy and understanding toward their Latinx siblings.'The post ELCA presiding bishop requests resignation of first transgender bishop appeared first on Religion News Service.
    - 2 hours ago 29 May 22, 12:15am -
  • Interfaith leaders join protest outside NRA meeting in Houston
    HOUSTON (RNS) — Among the 500-strong crowd of activists, teachers, politicians and citizens outside the George R. Brown Conference Center were scores of interfaith leaders who sought to add the religious community’s voice to the protest of the deaths at Uvalde's Robb Elementary.The post Interfaith leaders join protest outside NRA meeting in Houston appeared first on Religion News Service.
    - 1 day ago 28 May 22, 12:37am -
  • Southern Baptist list includes hundreds of cases of abuse, beginning in the 1960s
    (RNS) — Southern Baptist leaders began compiling the list in 2007, when the convention was considering creating a database of abusers. That idea was rejected but an SBC staffer continued to update the list for years. The post Southern Baptist list includes hundreds of cases of abuse, beginning in the 1960s appeared first on Religion News Service.
    - 1 day ago 27 May 22, 10:57pm -
  • I support gun control laws as a doctor and a father — and a Mormon
    (RNS) — From Joseph Smith to Russell Nelson, LDS leaders have provided a rationale for gun control.The post I support gun control laws as a doctor and a father — and a Mormon appeared first on Religion News Service.
    - 1 day ago 27 May 22, 10:33pm -
  • $175,000 in reparations grants given by Episcopal Diocese of Maryland
    (RNS) — ‘The legacy of 350-plus years of discrimination against persons of African descent have taken a toll on this nation,’ said Bishop Eugene Taylor Sutton.The post $175,000 in reparations grants given by Episcopal Diocese of Maryland appeared first on Religion News Service.
    - 1 day ago 27 May 22, 10:00pm -

Trinity Foundation

  • Church Purchases $8.3 Million Mansion, Received Tax-Exempt Status After Complaints to IRS
    (Photo: Mansion and guest house from It should surprise no one that televangelist David E. Taylor’s church purchased an $8.3 million mansion and guest house in Tampa, Florida. The church parsonage serves as a palace and Taylor is a king. Taylor, a proponent of the prosperity gospel, teaches that Christians are supposed to be […]
    - 1 day ago 27 May 22, 5:09pm -
  • Bethel Redding-Related Ministries Reported for Possible PPP Loan Fraud
    After reviewing recently published Form 990s, Trinity Foundation has reported two of three non-profit organizations affiliated with Bill Johnson’s California megachurch Bethel Redding for possible Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan fraud. Trinity Foundation reported Bethel Media and Bethel School of Technology, but not Bethel Music, to the Small Business Administration.  Let’s take a look at […]
    - 1 day ago 27 May 22, 4:58pm -
  • Pastors Selling Homes to Churches for Large Profits
    (Photo: Pastor Charles Stovall Weems preaching at Celebration Church.) In 2021, Stovall and Keri Weems, then pastors at Celebration Church in Jacksonville, Florida, purchased a home at $855,000 through Weems Group LLC, a limited liability company, and then sold it to their church four months later for $1,286,900, a $431,000 profit! This financial transaction plays […]
    - 1 day ago 27 May 22, 4:25pm -
  • A Word from our President
    (Photo:  Pete Evans, President of Trinity Foundation) How much is embezzled by “Christian” religious leaders? Researchers at the Center for the Study of Global Christianity, which study this problem, produce an annual estimate which is published each year in the January issue of the International Bulletin of Mission Research. This year’s estimate: $59 billion in […]
    - 1 day ago 27 May 22, 3:49pm -
  • James Eugene Ewing, Founder of St. Matthews Churches: the Religious Direct Mail Monster
    (Photo: St Matthews Churches includes inexpensive items such as this tablecloth in mailouts to create a sense of obligation for the letter recipient to donate.) How a Man You’ve Never Heard of Created the Unholy Grail of Televangelist Fund-Raising Letters and Keeps the Cash Rolling In Over 60 Years Later. By Mike Renfro and Pete […]
    - 57 days ago 1 Apr 22, 2:27pm -

United Methodist News Service

  • Recent rulings shape annual conference season
    As U.S. annual conference season gets underway, the regional church bodies are dealing with decisions by The United Methodist Church’s top court about disaffiliations.
    - 2 days ago 26 May 22, 4:36pm -
  • Grieving, praying after attack on school
    United Methodists are praying for devastated families and a traumatized community after the murder of 19 children and two teachers. The Council of Bishops president is urging laity and clergy to “go on the offense” to stop mass shootings.
    - 3 days ago 25 May 22, 8:08pm -
  • Pandemic not over, church must stay engaged
    Even when the pandemic ends, its consequences will continue for decades, especially among the most vulnerable children.
    - 3 days ago 25 May 22, 4:36pm -
  • Grants enrich United Methodist outreach in East Africa
    Partners UMC Ministries and Harper Hill Global raised more than $13,000 to assist projects in the Uganda-South Sudan Conference.
    - 4 days ago 24 May 22, 3:59pm -
  • Greater Nhiwatiwa shares faith journey in new book
    Despite being denied an education as a girl, she went on to become a nurse and leader in The United Methodist Church in Zimbabwe in her role as an African bishop’s spouse.
    - 5 days ago 23 May 22, 2:46pm -

The World And Everything In It (Podcast)

  • newA conversation with Andy Crouch - S10.E6
    Andy Crouch has thought deeply about the impact technology has had on relationships, community, and creativity. Technology can be a blessing, and it's often necessary for our daily lives. But it can also be incredibly destructive. In this conversation with host Warren Smith, Crouch explains how we live lives of sacrificial love and glorify God in this technological age. Support for Listening In comes from Samaritan Ministries, a community of Christians who care for one another spiritually and financially when a medical need arises.Samaritan Ministries is a Biblical solution to health care, where members are committed to honoring Christ through prayer and sharing the burden of one another’s medical expenses. Just ask Cameron and Roanna, whose son fractured his wrist. Hospital bills started to arrive, but they weren’t concerned about the financial impact because fellow members came alongside them through prayer and financial support for their medical bills. More at broken bone, cancer, pregnancy, medical emergency…we all know how quickly a health care need can arise. That’s where Samaritan Ministries comes in. There are no network restrictions; you choose the doctors and treatments that are best for you. After care is received, medical bills are sent to Samaritan Ministries, and they notify members to pray and send money directly to you to help you pay your medical bills. New members are welcome anytime of the year. More at
    - 19 hours ago 28 May 22, 7:30am -
  • 5.27.22 Culture Friday, Operation Mincemeat, and Listener Feedback
    Myrna Brown and Nick Eicher talk to John Stonestreet on Culture Friday; Bob Brown reviews the new World War II film, Operation Mincemeat; and your listener feedback. Plus: out for a joy ride, and the Friday morning news.Support The World and Everything in It today at Additional support comes from Ambassadors Impact Network, a nationwide group of members who have invested more than fifteen million dollars in early-stage companies led by gospel-advancing entrepreneurs. More at And from Ridge Haven, The Camp, and Retreat Center of the Presbyterian Church in America. With campuses located in North Carolina and Iowa, Ridge Haven serves over 12,000 guests year-round in efforts to support the Church and train future generations in ministry. More at
    - 2 days ago 27 May 22, 7:15am -
  • 5.26.22 Vertical farming, and making instruments of praise
    Jenny Rough reports on the growing trend of indoor, vertical farms; Mary Reichard talks to Steve West about the Air Force Academy requiring graduates to get the COVID vaccine; and Myrna Brown meets a man teaching others how to make musical instruments. Plus: commentary from Cal Thomas, the mile-high delivery club, and the Thursday morning news.Support The World and Everything in It today at Additional support comes from Ridge Haven, The Camp, and Retreat Center of the Presbyterian Church in America. With campuses located in North Carolina and Iowa, Ridge Haven serves over 12,000 guests year-round in efforts to support the Church and train future generations in ministry. More at ridgehaven.orgAnd from Ambassadors Impact Network, providing growth financing for companies led by CEOs and management teams who are disciple makers and evangelists. More at
    - 3 days ago 26 May 22, 7:15am -
  • 5.25.22 Washington Wednesday, World Tour, and abuse in the SBC
    On Washington Wednesday, Mary Reichard talks to Bill Roggio from the Foundation for Defense of Democracies about the special inspector general’s report on Afghanistan; on World Tour, Onize Ohikere reports on the latest international news; and Lynde Langdon details the findings of a report on abuse in the Southern Baptist Convention. Plus: commentary from Joel Belz, and the Wednesday morning news.Support The World and Everything in It today at Additional support comes from Ambassadors Impact Network, a nationwide group of members who have invested more than fifteen million dollars in early-stage companies led by gospel-advancing entrepreneurs. More at And from Ridge Haven, The Camp, and Retreat Center of the Presbyterian Church in America. With campuses located in North Carolina and Iowa, Ridge Haven serves over 12,000 guests year-round in efforts to support the Church and train future generations in ministry. More at
    - 4 days ago 25 May 22, 7:15am -
  • 5.24.22 Chronic absenteeism, border arrests, and studying for law school
    Lauren Dunn reports on the factors driving chronic absenteeism; Mary Reichard talks to Mark Morgan about the record number of arrests at the southern border; and Anna Johansen Brown talks to three men who recently survived taking the law school admission test - LSAT. Plus: commentary from Steve West, taking a bite out of crime, and the Tuesday morning news.Support The World and Everything in It today at Additional support comes from Ridge Haven, The Camp, and Retreat Center of the Presbyterian Church in America. With campuses located in North Carolina and Iowa, Ridge Haven serves over 12,000 guests year-round in efforts to support the Church and train future generations in ministry. More at ridgehaven.orgAnd from Ambassadors Impact Network, providing growth financing for companies led by CEOs and management teams who are disciple makers and evangelists. More at
    - 5 days ago 24 May 22, 7:15am -

World Magazine