Religious Gatherings

Chinese Court Summons Pastor of Closed Down House Church Over ‘Illegal Religious Activities’

A pastor in China who performed religious activities on behalf of Xunsiding Church is now facing huge fines.

Defending Womanhood in ‘Woke’ America

Christians must mobilize to counter the progressive Left’s agenda as the battle for the soul of America rages on.

Revivalist Sean Feucht Says Family Has Been Receiving ‘Hate, Harassment and Death Threats’

Former Bethel church Worship artist Sean Feucht talked about how much hatred he and his family received for leading revival in the nation.

The Media War on Canadian Truckers: Is Freedom Public Enemy Number One?

The denigration of the Canadian trucker protest convoy exemplifies how freedom is now the biggest villain of the covid-19 pandemic. A Washington Post cartoonist  portrayed the trucker convoy as “fascism” incarnate while another Post column derided the “toxic ‘Freedom Convoy.’” Anyone who resists any government command is apparently now a public enemy.

The Pilgrims’ Progress – Honoring Our Forefathers on the 400th Anniversary of the First (and Most Expensive) Thanksgiving

This year marks the 400th anniversary of the first Thanksgiving celebrated by our Pilgrim fathers and mothers in 1621.

Christmas canceled over COVID surge in ‘most vaccinated region on Earth’

All adults inoculated for months, but 'drastic' rise in coronavirus cases

Chinese authorities paying citizens to spy on neighbors, report ‘illegal’ Christian activities

China's communist regime has ordered citizens in the country’s northeastern region to spy on Christians and report any “illegal religious activities,” including preaching and religious house gatherings. Informants will be rewarded with $150 for each tip, according to a report.

California governor ordered to pay $1.35 million in legal fees for shutting down churches

Discriminatory restrictions on worship and religious gatherings may no longer be applied.

Federal Judge Rules D.C. Capacity Limits On Religious Gatherings Are Unconstitutional

A federal district court judge ruled Thursday caps on religious services in Washington D.C. were unconstitutional going into the Easter holiday.

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