A documentary that followed the hardship of three Christian churches to remain open despite government lockdowns during the coronavirus has hit number one on the Apple iTunes Store in the documentary category.
On Sunday (June 12), the lead up to the annual meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention in Anaheim, California, kicked off with events geared toward pastors and church messengers and which focused on the issues the Convention faces in the days ahead.
The National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) 2022 convention took place over the past four days at Nashville, Tennessee’s Gaylord Opryland, where their Board of Directors unanimously approved a resolution on Tuesday denouncing critical theory (the broader term that umbrellas critical race theory or CRT).
In Canada, a wave of Christian churches are condemning the recently enacted Bill C-4, a law that criminalizes the act of providing, promoting or advertising conversion therapy. The legislation was unanimously passed by the 44th Parliament and was the first bill to do so. It took effect on January 8.
John MacArthur and Grace Community Church‘s annual men’s Shepherds’ Conference that draws upwards of 3000 attendees announced last Friday that they are postponing the conference citing continuing California government threats.