Disney has three major flops at the Box office in one month while "Sound of Freedom" wins, the perp who vandalized a black church in Annapolis has been arrested, and 6100 churches have already left the UMC.
An Historic Black Church gets vandalized in Maryland, a Christian University offers a course on being a Drag Queen, and more lawsuits are filed by de-transitioners.
4166 people baptized in Southern California, a 108-foot cross was resurrected in Pennsylvania, and 70,000 Christians are Incarcerated in North Korea.
Sounds like the servants are smarter than the nobles, doesn't it?
Also, Volunteers don't always volunteer
Bonus: Why only seventy elders and not seventy-two?
Montana governor signs bill to ban TikTok in his state, fewer American think religion is important, and the break up continues in the UMC.
Moses, the Israelite leader, performed a miraculous event when he struck a rock, bringing forth water for his thirsty people.
Tucker Carlson announces he's bringing his show to Twitter, Private Jets get more expensive, and Teachers can Teach again in Arizona.
Do you love Jesus enough to keep his commandments? Find out in the first edition of "What Does This Mean?"
Women's cycling is losing it's women, the Satanic Temple is 'misunderstood', and P*rnhub fights back.
A listener asked a question concerning losing one's salvation. It's a question so perennial that there's a thread on the forums on Crosswalk.com discussing this topic that's 20 years old.
Voters don’t want Trump OR Biden to run for president, Anglicans in Africa call the Church of England to repent, and Tucker Carlson is out at Fox News.
I had a coworker push back against the idea of a pastor forgiving sins. So Pastor Gary and I decided to do some push back of our own.
Matt Walsh gets hacked by a bored hacker, Charles Stanley passes away, and Christian's use of payday loans is on the rise.
Interpretations of the story of the Widow's Mite have been loaded with suppositions and conjecture for centuries. Here's the real story.
Donald Trump gets arrested, Brian Houston was "black out drunk", and the DOJ is order by the court to pay $144 Million to the victims of a church shooting in Texas.
Ever wonder about that time between when Jesus died on the Cross and when he was resurrected? That's what this is about.
On today's podcast, he Fed raises interest rates again in spite of the banking collapse, Greg Locke is at it again, and a Professor in England gets canceled for an "anti-gay" tweet. Later we talk about the abuse of the law and how it crushes people.
Pastor Greg Locke releases "Come Out In Jesus' Name" and unleashes a new Christianesque movement. So Pastor Gary and I revisit John Chapter 9 and "the Man Born Blind".
Lent means different things to differen people, and that goes for church bodies. Find out what's different.