In a historic vote, Mississippi lawmakers have decided to remove the confederate symbol from the state's flag. Listen as host John Matarazzo reports on the significance of this change in a time of racial protests across the country.
Two pastors in New Orleans, Louisiana—one white, one black—teamed up for a multi-ethnic event Pentecost Sunday. The event allowed for corporate repentance and reconciliation after years of racial injustice. Listen as host Taylor Berglund shares more about this meaningful time.
The U.S. Supreme Court has voted to strike down anti-abortion legislation in Louisiana that would have limited abortion access. Find out more in this episode with host Taylor Berglund.
U.S. Senate Chaplain Barry Black is giving his prescription for revival amid racial protests. Find out from host John Matarazzo what his spiritual "vaccine" is at a time when America needs healing.
Worship leader Sean Feucht says social media is censoring worship, prayer and peaceful protest. Find out about his claim and the proof he has for censorship in this episode with host John Matarazzo.
Liberty Counsel is standing up for a California church that wants to lease a former YMCA building. Why is that a problem? Find out in this episode from host John Matarazzo.
In Atlanta, thousands of people from about 500 churches recently came together in unity and prayer to seek the Lord for racial injustice. Listen as host John Matarazzo shares more about what happened at this peaceful event and why the day was so special.
A full-page prophetic ad in the Nashville "Tennessean" newspaper has caused quite the stir. The ad declares Donald Trump is the last U.S. president, but there's much more. Find out what all the ad says and who sponsored it in this episode with host John Matarazzo.
The leader of a Canadian Pentecostal denomination died this month, prompting a touching eulogy by a fellow leader of the Empowered21 organization. Find out more in this episode from host Taylor Berglund.
After police vacated an area of Seattle, protesters took over a few blocks of the city, naming the area the Capitol Hill Organized Protest or CHOP. One megachurch pastor from out of state sees CHOP as an opportunity for ministry. Find out more about this pastor in this episode with host Taylor Berglund.
A legal battle has ensued between Jim Bakker and the Arkansas attorney general after Pastor Jim hosted a natural health expert. The expert discussed "The Jim Bakker Show" what a particular “Silver Solution” could potentially do to combat various forms of the coronavirus. Find out more in this episode with host John Matarazzo.
Near the place where George Floyd was murdered at the hands of police last month, charismatic evangelists and worship leaders are seeking God for revival. Some believe this is insensitive, and it's being debated in the Christian community. Listen to find out more about this move in Minneapolis from host Taylor Berglund.
During a recent conversation about race and the church, a megachurch pastor suggested that the phrase “white privilege” should be replaced by “white blessing.” But after strong criticism, Pastor Louie Giglio has said he was wrong and has apologized. In this episode with host Taylor Berglund, find out what the pastor said and how he feels about it now.
Alveda King, the niece of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., responded to President Trump after he signed “The Safe Policing for Safe Communities Act.” In this episode, find out from host John Matarazzo what Alveda thinks of this new executive order that will impact communities.
Phil Vischer, the co-creator of the popular children's brand VeggieTales, has a message for America. In a special video, Vischer helps Americans "make sense" of the moment we're living in. Find out how you can watch the video from host John Matarazzo in this episode.
Empowered21 is an international event, held online in June this year, that reached more than 100,000 people from 197 nations. Host Taylor Berglund shares in this episode about this phenomenal global gathering.
Fans can't wait to see the Pentecostal pastor who won "The Voice" live in concert, and they'll soon have the opportunity. Find out more from host John Matarazzo in this episode.
U.S. President Donald Trump recently took time to visit Pastor Robert Morris and other leaders in the Dallas area to discuss the state of racism and police brutality in America. Learn more in this episode with host Taylor Berglund.
"The Chosen," a multi-season streaming series on the life of Christ, is seeing great success during the coronavirus shutdown. Find out in this episode with host John Matarazzo who's behind the production of this series and why it's been so successful.
The Birmingham Board of Education severed its contracts with Church of the Highlands, leaving two of the church’s campuses without buildings in only a few months. Why? The pastor had liked some conservative posts on social media. Find out more in this episode with Taylor Berglund.
Spirit-filled servants of God are seeing baptisms happening in Minneapolis near where George Floyd's brutal death occurred and sparked protests around the globe. Not only that, but miracles are happening too. Find out more about the Holy Spirit's activity in such a volatile city in this episode with John Matarazzo.
Protests against police brutality and in support of racial justice have spread into city streets across the U.S. Many Christian leaders are taking part. Find out which leaders are participating and why in this episode with host Taylor Berglund.
Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker participated in a March for Justice and defied his own orders, yet he will not allow churches in the state to open for services. Find out more in this episode with host John Matarazzo.
Letitia Wright, who played Shuri in the Black Panther and The Avengers movies, is working with the YouVersion Bible app to inspire people in their walk with Christ. Find out more about the Marvel actress and her Bible reading plan in this episode with host John Matarazzo.