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John Gray’s Relentless Church served eviction papers; Ron, Hope Carpenter allegedly want church back; Homeschool parents regain custody of 4-year-old son taken by CPS;
Kanye West to join Joel Osteen for Night of Hope at NYC’s Yankee Stadium; YouVersion reveals most read Bible verse of 2019; Disney+ faith-based alternative streaming service Minno
Dec. 5, 2019: Economy harming churches, more pastors say; Aimee Powell health update; China monitoring phones for 'Almighty God'
A growing number of US pastors believe the economy is harming their churches. China monitoring mobile phones, blocking 'harmful' words like 'Almighty God'. White pastor who is ‘epitome of faithfulness’ chosen to lead black church. Third Day's Mac Powell says 'prayers are being felt' as wife sits up for first time after brain aneurysm. Gay 2020 hopeful Pete Buttigieg quotes Matthew 25 in new campaign ad.
Dec. 4, 2019: Mac Powell's wife hospitalized; Sadie Robertson gets married; Wrongly imprisoned India Christians released
Wife of Third Day's Mac Powell suffers a brain aneurysm. Duck Dynasty Sadie Robertson's 'magical' wedding. Megachurch Pastor Glen Berteau needs major organs to work after suffering massive heart attack. Christian evangelist murdered in Turkey, sparking fear among Christian community. 5 Christians wrongly imprisoned for over a decade released by India Supreme Court.
Dec. 3, 2019: US pastors in Hong Kong; Gunmen kill 14 at church service; Early Rain Church leader sentenced
American pastors tear-gassed in Hong Kong as they supported pro-democracy protesters. Gunmen storm Sunday church service in Burkina Faso, kill at least 14 including pastor, children. China: Early Rain Church leader sentenced to four years in prison over Gospel tracts. Episcopal LGBT advocacy group head resigns amid allegations of mismanagement. You can't understand black folks without understanding LGBT community, Pastor Barber says.
Dec. 2, 2019: Best and worst TV advertisers; Hip-hop Christmas album; Louie Giglio on Winter Jam 2020
All Democratic presidential candidates back taxpayer-funded abortions. Lecrae, Andy Mineo, Hollyn team up for new 116 hip-hop Christmas album. Jamie Grace: If every church in America fostered 1 child 'there’d be no more waiting children’. Louie Giglio on Winter Jam 2020: Jesus is relevant to every age, economic status. 'Best' and 'worst' TV advertisers for 2019: Parents Television Council.
Nov. 28, 2019: James MacDonald signals return to ministry; Christian woman wins court case against Islamic law
Christian woman wins court case against Egypt's Islamic inheritance law; James McDonald signals ‘early 2020’ return to ministry; Democratic presidential candidate Mayor Pete Buttigieg to speak at Pastor William Barber's church
Nov. 27, 2019: Real first Thanksgiving; Harvest Bible Chapel releases financial records; China's brainwashing camps
America’s real first Thanksgiving; Harvest Bible Chapel releases financial records review exposing misuse of church funds; Leaked documents reveal new details about China's Uighur brainwashing camps
Nov. 26, 2019: Patricia Heaton's World Vision collaboration; Lamar Odom fights porn addiction; Mall of America boy recovering
Franklin Graham labels Trump opposition ‘demonic’. Patricia Heaton focusing on Jesus, giving back for the holidays with World Vision gift collaboration. Retired NBA star Lamar Odom is using Covenant Eyes to battle porn addiction. 5-y-o boy hurled from balcony at Mall of America now walking; credits angels, Jesus. Majority of Americans favor religious freedom, even if views are ‘discriminatory,’ new study says