The Canadian province of British Colombia has banned indoor events because of COVID-19. But Riverside Calvary Chapel of Langley has continued its in-person worship services indoors. Now police have cited the church a second time. In this episode with host John Matarazzo, find out why the church thinks it's so important to meet for corporate worship.
Some of the most thrilling stories of courage in the Bible involve the Philistines. To shed light on recent discoveries about this fearsome people group, the Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C., is hosting a live Zoom webinar. Learn more in this episode with host Nadia Joy Schult.
The certification of the electoral college count is normally a formality, but this year, frustrations about the outcome of the November 2020 election piqued in fury. Although many of President Trump's supporters were peaceful, a group of rioters breached the U.S. Capitol building and lawmakers were forced into temporary lockdown. President Trump acknowledged the election fraud in a video but asked those causing trouble in Washington to go home in peace. Hear more from host John Matarazzo in this episode on what happened on this sad and historic day in the nation's capital.
A Christian school in Toledo County, Ohio, stood up to what its leadership believed were unfair and inconsistent COVID-19 restrictions in the county. Find out about the school's win for religious freedom in this episode with host John Matarazzo.
Democratic Congressman Emanuel Cleaver, who is also a United Methodist pastor, prayed to open the session of the 117th Congress, but his was a rather controversial prayer. Find out who he prayed to and how his prayer ended in this episode with host Nadia Joy Schult.
Pastor Mark Allen McWilliams lost his life in his East Texas church Sunday, Jan. 3. In this episode, host John Matarazzo reports on what transpired when the pastor discovered someone was hiding from police in the Starrville Methodist Church.
Many Christians continue to pray against fraud and deception in the November 2020 election determining whether Donald Trump or Joe Biden becomes president. Now we come to next stage, certifying the electoral college votes. On Jan. 6, 2021, several U.S. senators plan to object to the count of the electoral college votes. Find out what is expected to transpire that day in this episode with host John Matarazzo.