One of America's largest Christian universities said it will comply with Virginia’s governmental regulations regarding COVID-19. Recently, the state issued a ban on in-person instruction. Find out about the school's reversal in this episode with host Jenny Rose Spaudo.
Pastor Rodney Howard-Browne was arrested at the end of March for hosting large church services in defiance of state and local public health orders. In response, Browne says he will pray for the sheriff who arrested him. Find out why Browne kept his church open in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic in this episode with host Taylor Berglund.
Enjoy these words of encouragement as you listen to Jeremy and Adrienne Camp open up about navigating married life while seeking to follow God's will. They talk about the hit film "I Still Believe," which was based on their personal story, and about their new book, "In Unison."
About 120 pastors in Ohio called the entire state to prayer against COVID-19. Host Jenny Rose Spaudo shares how this came about in this episode.
While most of the world is dealing with rising coronavirus rates, China, where the illness originated, is starting to see life return to normal. And in the aftermath of the crisis, one missionary is reporting that Chinese house churches are booming. Find out more in this episode with host Taylor Berglund.
Since the media cycle surrounding his Christian album, Jesus Is King, last fall, rapper Kanye West has kept a relatively low profile. But he reappeared in the news this week after making a generous donation to a Christian ministry. Listen as host Taylor Berglund shares why Kanye made this donation.
Three state governors have halted abortion procedures as the world battles the Coronavirus pandemic. Dr. James Dobson applauds their boldness and says other states should follow suit. Stay with us to learn more in this episode with host Jenny Rose Spaudo.
Churches across the U.S. are gathering in “drive-in” services during COVID-19 lockdowns. Will this new style of service catch on even after the virus tapers off? Learn more about this novel way of doing church from host Jenny Rose Spaudo.
Social distancing, increased testing and shelter-in-place orders have all been suggested as methods to stop the spread of the Coronavirus. But the leader of a Pentecostal denomination is arguing for a new method: dedicated prayer and fasting. Find out more in this episode from host Taylor Berglund.
The Coronavirus outbreak has touched nearly every country on the planet, including several with problematic track records regarding religious freedom. So how are persecuted Christians being affected by the pandemic? Listen to learn more in this episode with host Taylor Berglund.
The Christian-owned Hobby Lobby retail chain will stay open during the Coronavirus crisis. In a letter to his employees, founder and CEO David Green assured them that “God is in control.” Listen to this episode with host Jenny Rose Spaudo to find out what's behind this decision that affects so many employees and customers.
Hillsong pastor Carl Lentz has tested positive for COVID-19. The New York City pastor says it felt like the flu but much worse, and he’s encouraging everyone to take the pandemic seriously. Learn more about his condition and how you can pray from host Jenny Rose Spaudo in this episode.
Jo Saxton, author of "Ready to Rise," has encountered women in tears because they believed God called them to teach, but they feared doing so was unbiblical. Listen to why she believes the Scriptures support women in pastoral roles. Connect with her online at josaxton.com for empowering resources for female leaders.
Thousands of Christians gathered with Times Square Church to pray against the Coronavirus crisis. But since COVID-19 has closed most in-person worship services, the prayer gathering was held online. Find out more from host Jenny Rose Spaudo in this episode.
U.S. Senator Marco Rubio briefed a group of pastors and Christian leaders on what they really need to know about COVID-19. Learn more in this episode from host Taylor Berglund.
In July 2019, a jury found Katy Perry guilty of copyright infringement by stealing a beat from a popular Christian rap song. But that decision has been overturned—and the battle may not stop there. Find out more in this episode from host Taylor Berglund.
Author and Messianic rabbi Jonathan Cahn is calling for a day of prayer and repentance called “The Return.” This event is to gather thousands of Christians to repent and cry out to God for awakening. Host Jenny Rose Spaudo shares more about this event in this episode.
A pastor invited people with COVID-19 to his church so he could pray over them. Even though the government is encouraging people not to gather in groups larger than 10, some pastors have chosen not to comply. Host Jenny Rose Spaudo reports in this episode why these pastors are bucking the trend to hold services online.
In late 2019, President Donald Trump established the U.S. Space Force as the first new independent branch of the U.S. Armed Forces since 1947, when the Air Force was formed. But now the new branch is the center of controversy. Learn more in this episode with host Taylor Berglund.
The International House of Prayer of Kansas City, or IHOPKC, is a 24/7 place of prayer and worship for public access, but the coronavirus has caused the ministry to close its doors to the general public. Now Mike Bickle and the IHOPKC leadership team are responding to the situation. Listen as host Taylor Berglund shares how the virus is affecting the ministry of 24/7 prayer and worship.
Celebrities like Tom Hanks and Idris Elba have announced recently that they have coronavirus. Now a well-known Christian singer, Sandi Patty, has announced she also has tested positive for COVID-19. Find out more in this episode with host Taylor Berglund.
This week hundreds of movie theaters shut down nationwide as the United States attempts to control the spread of the coronavirus. But during the last box office weekend of the foreseeable future, a Christian film had unexpected success. Find out more in this episode with host Taylor Berglund.
Many people in the Middle East who are under coronavirus quarantine are looking to Christian television for hope, according to a new report from SAT-7. Learn more in this episode with host Jenny Rose Spaudo.