The Supreme Court has made a historic decision about Oklahoma and Sufjan Stevens has released another new song.
Brazil’s Christ the Redeemer statue has been lit up in a show of global solidarity during the pandemic. Meanwhile, Kevin Bacon has some good thoughts on staying isolated but other celebrities aren’t quite as helpful.
A church will be able to help Alabama offer up to five hundreds COVID-19 tests per day. Christian rapper Flame’s lawsuit against Katy Perry has hit a snag and Jon Foreman has some new songs for your self-quarantine needs.
Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds are donating a million dollars to food banks. Eugene Cho calls out the President’s rhetoric about the coronavirus pandemic. And a viral hit takes aim at lazy worship music tropes.
Churches across America are struggling to navigate the challenges of a global pandemic. Church leaders are responding with wisdom and compassion and an ancient writing of Martin Luther’s provides some guidance.
Hollywood’s schedule is in upheaval over the coronavirus outbreak. The Museum of the Bible’s Dead Sea Scroll collection has been unmasked as a forgery and there’s a new video for Brandon Lake’s ‘We Praise You’.
Bethel Church is advising new restrictions as the coronavirus spreads. Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson have been confirmed positive and we’ve got another new look at Pixar’s next big movie.
Jordan Peterson has spent the last few years recovering from what sounds like a difficult issue with drugs. David Crowder is back with another strange message from a b-list celebrity. And a pastor’s take on COVID-19 warrants scrutiny.
Author and pastor Eugene Cho is stepping into a new role. The Trump Administration reverses an order for immigration courts to take down coronavirus posters and we’ve got a new look at Disney’s ‘Jungle Cruise’.
Legendary actor Max von Sydow has passed away. Jerry Falwell Jr. has once again passed off a fake quote as legitimate and we’ve got a final trailer for ‘Black Widow’.
Woody Allen’s memoir has been dropped by his publisher. Alabama has put a man to death, despite serious questions about his case and the Disney classic spinoff series nobody asked for.
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.
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