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.
Hollywood couple Kevin and Sam Sorbo join "The Harbinger II: The Return" author Jonathan Cahn for The Return, a landmark gathering slated for Saturday, Sept. 26 in Washington, D.C. Learn more about how The Return is calling people to God in this episode from host Nadia Joy Schult.
The Holy Spirit on the move in California. On Sept. 12, 2020, Calvary Chapel in Chino Hills baptized the largest number of people the church has ever experienced. Hear more about what God is doing in the state in this episode with host Nadia Joy Schult.
In what Pastor Carter Conlon of Times Square Church is calling a “do or die” moment, he is asking believers to join him Oct. 6 for a day of prayer at a special place in U.S. history. In this episode, host John Matarazzo explains why this day is significant for America's future.
Netflix recently released "Cuties," a foreign film that critics are calling out for child exploitation. Netflix sees the film as a social commentary against the sexualization of young children, but many disagree and are cancelling their subscriptions to the video streaming service. Find out more about this trending story from host John Matarazzo in this episode.
Christian leaders are calling on their fellow believers to gather in Washington, D.C., on Saturday, Sept. 26, for a day of corporate repentance and return to God. Mike Lindell, inventor of MyPillow, has announced he will donate the proceeds of the new book in which he shares his salvation testimony, “What are the Odds? From Crack Addict to CEO” to the The Return event. Find out how you can participate in this corporate response to what God is doing in America.
Family-friendly media company VidAngel has settled a four-year legal battle with Disney, Warner Bros. and other studios. The agreement enables VidAngel to fully emerge from bankruptcy. Find out more in this episode with host John Matarazzo.
Remembering 9/11 is hosting an event marking the tragedy of 9/11/2001 that features the 9/11 Remembered Traveling Memorial. The event, called "9/11 State of Mind," normally takes place in New York City, but this year, has moved to Nashville, Tennessee, and is also a livestreamed event. Moms for America is also participating in the tribute. Learn more in this episode with host Nadia Joy Schult.
Local police in the United Kingdom told a pastor that if he offended the LGBT community with a Facebook comment, he could be breaking the law. In this episode with host Nadia Joy Schult, find out more about how a social media comment can get a pastor in trouble in the U.K.
A Norwegian Parliament member has nominated President Donald J. Trump for the Nobel Peace Prize. The nomination comes after a historic peace agreement was reached between the United Arab Emirates and Israel. Find out from host John Matarazzo what the lawmaker said in regard to Trump's conduct and consideration for the prestigious prize.
Due to COVID-19 concerns, Pastor Greg Laurie’s Harvest Crusade decided to change its venue to an online presentation in a cinematic event called "A Rush of Hope." Find out from host Nadia Joy Schult how many people were saved during the gospel presentation.
World Compassion founder and humanitarian Terry Law died Aug. 31, 2020, in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Listen as host Nadia Joy Schult shares what a powerful ministry legacy he left behind.
During a recent archaeological dig in Israel, researchers unearthed column heads believed to be part of a mansion that overlooked the temple mount in Old Jerusalem. Learn about their significance in this episode with host John Matarazzo.
HGTV personality, bestselling author and church co-founder Jen Hatmaker has announced that she and husband Brandon are divorcing. In previous family news, she stated that she supported the LGBTQ community and that her daughter is a lesbian, which stirred up controversy in the evangelical community. Find out how Hatmaker announced this latest sad news in this episode with host Nadia Joy Schult.
California worship leader Sean Feucht and his team are working to turn "Riots into Revival" with a worship movement that has now spread to cities on America's East Coast. Listen as host John Matarazzo shares more about this powerful move of God.
Asbury Memorial Church in Savannah, Georgia, has left the United Methodist Church because the denomination is not as pro-LGBTQ as the church is. Learn more in this episode with Nadia Joy Schult.
Churches in California continue to face restrictions on in-person services, and some are standing up to the government in favor of what they believe God wants them to do. Find out more about two pastors who are in the news in this episode with host Nadia Joy Schult.
Wycliffe Bible Translators is celebrating that its missionaries have now fully translated the Bible into 700 languages. Find out who the newly translated Scriptures are serving in this episode with host John Matarazzo.
Sean Feucht and other Christian leaders are supporting the "Riots to Revival" events that have grown into a movement spreading nationwide, including to the hotspot of Kenosha, Wisconsin. Listen to learn more in this episode with host Nadia Joy Schult.
Since the historic peace agreement between Israel and the United Arab Emirates was signed, the Trump administration has continued to work on peace deals for the Middle East. Find out more in this episode with host John Matarazzo.