Contemporary Christian singers Jaci Velasquez and Evan Craft have teamed up with My Faith Votes as a way to help mobilize Hispanic Christians to vote. Hear more about their goal through participating in this nonpartisan, faith-based organization.
When Netflix released the French film “Cuties” they weren’t expecting the backlash that they have received. The film sparked pubic outrage months before it was released because if its provocative movie poster and publicity featuring 11 year old girls in sexual situations. Listen to hear how Netflix defended their actions but are now facing criminal charges.
Listen to this story about Vice President Mike Pence dedicated the evening to Christian martyr Kayla Mueller at the October 7th vice presidential debate in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Honoring the sanctity of human life, the Creation Museum in Petersburg, Kentucky, introduced in September 2020 an exhibit called “Fearfully and Wonderfully Made.” The new exhibit is a $1.2 million investment and celebrates the miracle of life. Listen as host John Matarazzo shares more about this new reason to visit the Creation Museum.
Carter Conlon, who is general overseer of Times Square Church, in New York City hosts a virtual worldwide prayer meeting each week that draws participants from 200 countries. On Oct. 6, 2020, he hosted at Plymouth Rock in one of America's most historic locations. Find out from host Nadia Joy Schult in this episode which Christian leaders participated and what critical question Conlon asked that revealed the solemn purpose of this special prayer gathering.
Actor Kevin Sorbo and philosopher Dr. John Lennox bring "Against the Tide: Finding God in an Age of Science" to U.S. theaters nationwide in a special one-night-only event. Watch the trailer at againstthetide.movie and find out more about the film in this episode with host Nadia Joy Schult.
President Donald Trump announced through Twitter Oct. 1 that he and First Lady Melania Trump had tested positive for COVID-19, but they both are on their way to recovery. In this episode with host John Matarazzo, find out how the president thanked his supporters even while in the hospital.
Pastor Carter Conlon, general overseer of New York City's Times Square Church, will lead his virtual prayer meeting Oct. 6 from Plymouth Rock, a historic site significant in the founding of the United States. In this episode, host John Matarazzo shares why Pastor Conlon chose this spot for this particular prayer event.
Losses have been devastating as wildfires continue to ravage the U.S. West Coast. Bethel Church in Redding, California, has sent out the Bethel Global Response team to help their neighbors in need. Find out more in this episode from host John Matarazzo.
Being an informed voter is a challenge with all the races and questions on the ballot during the presidential election. But the iVoterGuide has curated information on more than 8,000 candidates in 3,500 races nationwide. Learn about this resource in this episode with host John Matarazzo.
Churches in many U.S. cities and states have endured strict regulations as they have tried to open for in-person services. One of the most stringent cities is San Francisco. In this episode, host John Matarazzo explains what the U.S. Department of Justice did in response to support the city's congregations.
In a wide-ranging hopeful prophetic word at "The Return" event Sept. 26, 2020, Pastor Kent Christmas declared God will crush the spirit of intimidation that has come upon the church during the coronavirus pandemic. Along with divine healing, a harvest of souls is coming, and the Holy Ghost is going to invade the homosexual community and set them free. In this episode with host Nadia Joy Schult, find out what else Pastor Christmas believes God is about to do.
President Donald Trump has made his choice. He nominated Judge Amy Coney Barrett, a charismatic Catholic, to fill the seat of the late, long-serving Ruth Bader Ginsburg in the nation's highest court. Learn more about Barrett's acceptance speec in this episode with host Nadia Joy Schult.
Pastor Kenny Comstock and his wife, Melissa, were on a family trip when their pickup truck was struck. Both parents passed into eternity, but their children survived. In this episode with host John Matarazzo, find out how their church is handling the grief of this great loss.
With the rise in COVID-19 cases in Israel, authorities fear a collapse of the nation's health care system. So the country is suffering under another nationwide coronavirus lockdown. Find out why authorities opted for the lockdown in this episode with host John Matarazzo.
Judge Amy Coney Barrett is at the top of of President Donald Trump's list of U.S. Supreme Court nominees. A charismatic Catholic, Judge Barrett is on the US 7th Circuit Court of Appeals. Two senators attacked Barrett's faith during her previous confirmation hearing, which may be a sign of things to come. Learn more in this episode with host John Matarazzo.
#CancelNetflix is a trending hashtag after Netflix released a provocative film showing the sexualization of girls on a dance team. Many have accused the popular video streaming service of pornography, and an investigation is under way. Learn more about this controversy in this episode with host Nadia Joy Schult.
Rabbi Jonathan Cahn and co-chair Pastor Kevin Jessip say they have "consecrated a solemn assembly” in Washington, D.C., on Sept. 25-26. Leading the nation in prayer and repentance, the weekend event will start Friday with “The Return Eve: Next Generation.” Listen as host John Matarazzo shares in this episode who will participate and who will be honored.
Undercover reporters are taking their appeal to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Liberty Counsel has filed the appeal on behalf of Sandra Merritt, who worked with David Daleiden to investigate the inner workings of Planned Parenthood. Learn more in this episode from host John Matarazzo.
U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died Sept. 18, 2020, after many years deciding cases in the nation's highest court. Ginsburg was Jewish, and her death fell on the first day of Rosh Hashanah. Learn more about the justice's life and how her death impacts the court in this episode with host John Matarazzo.
Thirty years ago, a group of Christian leaders established a Bible reading marathon at Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. It has now become an annual event. This year, however, was a little different because of COVID-19. In this episode with host John Matarazzo, find out which members of the U.S. House of Representatives participated and why this event is deemed critical in America's capital.
Ohio pastors and law enforcement teamed up in 2020 to fight human trafficking. As a result, the authorities have rescued many children from the horrors of the sex trade. Listen as host Nadia Joy Schult reports on how they were rescued.
Jonathan Cahn has added to his growing list of bestselling books with "The Harbinger II: The Return." The sequel to his first book, "The Harbinger," continues his biblically based end-times narrative. Find out more in this episode with host Nadia Joy Schult and at the website theharbingerreturns.com.
The Minneapolis City Council is questioning why crime rates have dramatically risen months after voting to dismantle the city's police department. Crowds demanded that the council “abolish the police,” and the city complied. Host John Matarazzo shares the consequences of this decision in this episode that other cities might want to consider.
President Donald Trump has presided over a historic agreement bringing the first steps of peace to the Middle East. Host John Matarazzo reports on which countries have signed the agreement and how it came about in the midst of a pandemic.