Hoda Kotb and Drew Brees got emotional talking about the pandemic. Chris Hemsworth is giving away free workouts for your self-quarantine needs and christian emcee Gawvi has a new documentary out about his upcoming album.
Taylor Swift is giving a million dollars to tornado relief in Nashville. Ben Affleck sits down with Erwin McManus for an honest conversation about doubt and faith and Taika Waititi has lined up a new job as the director of a Willy Wonka adaptation.
Kim Kardashian-West is visiting the White House for another conversation about criminal justice reform. Also, Craig Groeschel is in isolation following exposure to the Coronavirus and we talk about our most anticipated movies for the rest of 2020.
Tennessee is reeling from a series of tornadoes. A new study shines a light on what separates Christian college grads from their peers and we’ve got our first look at the next movie from the Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse team.
John Mulaney jokes about Jesus’ greatest miracle. A new study says Trump’s support is lagging with Christian women and The Voice crew talked about some CCM deep cuts.
Checking in on the CEO who raised his company’s minimum wage to $70k. Protestant confidence in modern medicine is in a freefall and, hey, what is Mark Wahlberg giving up for Lent?
Joe Biden is opening up about his spiritual life. A new study shows that church hopping is on the rise and the creator of a legendary piece of video game lore has passed away.
Elizabeth Warren said a verse from Matthew 25 is her life motto. Health experts warn the U.S. to prepare for the coronavirus and Letitia Wright lines up her next big project.
Christian leaders denounce President Trump’s expanded travel ban. A new study shines a light on those who go to church alone. And we’ve got our first look at Netflix’s upcoming miniseries about America’s first self-made woman millionaire.
Harvey Weinstein is going to jail. A new study finds Protestant pastors have shifting views on same-sex marriage and Watergate will become a TV show.
A contestant on ‘American Idol’ led all the judges in a prayer. New research suggests that dogs really do feel love. And the Jim Henson Company has announced its next movie.
Michael Bloomberg’s edited footage raises questions about social media ethics. A new comedy from Nathan Fielder is on the way and we’ve got a video for Echosmith’s new song “Follow You”.
Pastor Rich Wilkerson Jr. is offering whoever stole his car an internship. The SBC is preparing an inquiry into Russell Moore’s organization and new data reveals just how global evangelicalism is.
The world’s richest man pledges $10 billion to fight climate change. An update on our look at the furor over Kaitlin Curtice’s talk at Baylor and Texas Episcopalians are taking on racial reparations.
Chance the Rapper performed ‘Ultralight Beam’ at the NBA All-Star Game. Some Baylor students are upset about Kaitlin Curtice’s chapel message and we’ve got our first look at ‘Stranger Things 4’.
Justin Bieber Is Releasing a New Album and Thanking God for It. Google Tops a New Survey of the Most Religiously Inclusive Companies and We’ve Got Our First Look at the Next Batman.
Francis Chan Talks About God Using Him to Heal People in Asia. Also Michael Bloomberg’s History of Racism and Misogyny Come Back to Haunt Him and the Year of Dev Patel Is Upon Us.
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