Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, well-known Pentecostal pastors Paula White Cain and Jentezen Franklin are delivering food to families in need. Find out more in this episode with host Taylor Berglund.
Will and Dehavilland Ford’s 7-year-old son told them about a dream he had, with some variation, night after night. Little Benjamin's parents felt that God was speaking directly through their son about the coronavirus pandemic. Find out in this episode with host John Matarazzo what the Fords are doing in response.
A Christian university in Ohio recently fired a theology professor from its faculty after more details came out about his past history of sexual abuse. The president of the university issued a public apology for ever hiring the professor. Find out why he was hired in the first place in this episode with host Jenny Rose Spaudo.
In an open letter to their state's governor, more than 100 North Central Ohio pastors have joined together to ask for the Ohio Department of Health Director’s stay-at-home order to expire May 1. Learn more in this episode with host John Matarazzo.
COVID-19 has impacted lives around the world, and persecuted Christian refugees are no exception. Christy Staats, who works with the Evangelical Immigration Table, says it's important to clear away the misconceptions people often have of refugees in order to understand God's heart for them. Listen as Staats shares with host Jenny Rose Spaudo what believers in the West can do to help and pray today.
David Platt’s annual "Secret Church" event switched to streaming only this year due to the coronavirus pandemic. But the event hit a snag when users were prevented from viewing it live—due to a possible cyberattack on the website. Find out more in this episode with host Taylor Berglund.
Several staff members of Assemblies of God World Missions are making a miraculous recovery from COVID-19. One of them is Executive Director Greg Mundis. Hear this great report from host Jenny Rose Spaudo and find out more about how Mundis recovered from his life-threatening battle with the coronavirus.
The chairman of an organization overseeing aliyah—or the migration of international Jews back to their homeland of Israel—predicts that the number of aliyahs will rise dramatically after the COVID-19 crisis ends. Learn more in this episode from host Taylor Berglund.
A shooter drove by and fired into reality TV celebrity Willie Robertson’s home in Louisiana. The former stars of Duck Dynasty were, thankfully, unharmed, and they give God all the credit for that. Find out more in this episode with host Jenny Rose Spaudo.
People in the Middle East and North Africa are watching Christian television more during the coronavirus pandemic. Find out what's driving this increase in viewership in this episode with host John Matarazzo.
An LGBTQ group is protesting against Christians helping during the COVID-19 pandemic in New York City. Host John Matarazzo reports on what's behind their protest against Franklin Graham's relief organization.
A Christian organization is working to make sure everyone has information on how to fight COVID-19 and get the treatment they need—from the comfort of their own home. Find out more in this episode from host Taylor Berglund.
A recent survey showed most pastors see signs of the end times in current events related to the coronavirus pandemic. The study also showed that 97% of pastors say they believe Jesus Christ is coming back soon. Find out more about this study in this episode with host Jenny Rose Spaudo.
Vernon Brewer, founder and president of World Help, says the coronavirus pandemic is affecting Christians in the Middle East, especially in countries where persecution is the worst. And yet God is moving in mighty ways, bringing many to salvation. Listen as Brewer shares exciting stories of revival with host Jenny Rose Spaudo.
A recent Faithlife survey shows that churches’ mid-week attendance is spiking during the coronavirus quarantines. The study found some other encouraging trends as well, and host Jenny Rose Spaudo shares the results in this episode.
They’re calling it the "Great Quarantine Revival." Nick Hall's ministry, Pulse, hosted a series of virtual evangelistic events during Easter week, which ultimately resulted in more than 100,000 salvations. Find out more about this great news in this episode with host Taylor Berglund.
Christians in the West often wonder how they can be praying for persecuted believers around the world. But Dr. Michael Youssef, founder of Leading the Way, says persecuted Christians are actually praying for their brothers and sisters in the West. Listen as Dr. Youssef explains to host Jenny Rose Spaudo why the persecuted are praying for believers in the West.
Fears of antisemitism are growing in the Jewish community. In this episode with host John Matarazzo, find out why many Jewish people feel less safe than they did a decade ago.
Darren Wilson made the inspirational testimony films Finger of God and Father of Lights. Now he wants to share testimonies of faith in a time of fear, during the coronavirus pandemic. Find out how to submit your testimony in this episode with host John Matarazzo.
A new study from an evangelical organization has found that as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, church giving has dropped even below the levels posted during the 2008 financial crisis. Find out more in this episode with host Taylor Berglund.
Police arrested David Benham outside an abortion clinic in Charlotte, North Carolina. The pro-life Christian influencer says the arrest was unlawful and, as a result, he’s suing the city. Find out more in this episode with host Jenny Rose Spaudo.
Contemporary Christian music singer Sandi Patty has recovered from the coronavirus. In mid-March, the singer tested positive for COVID-19 and warned people to take it seriously. Listen as host Jenny Rose Spaudo shares what the singer's concerns with the virus were in her case.
The LA Dream Center is taking the lead in caring for the people of Los Angeles. In this episode with host John Matarazzo, find out how God is using businesses, politicians and celebrities to support their ongoing efforts.
When Dede Laugesen realized how bad Christian persecution was around the world, she knew she had to do something to help. Listen to hear how Save the Persecuted Christians is championing the rights of underprivileged believers in this series episode with host Jenny Rose Spaudo.