WQAD Issues Correction Made Against Christkindl.LIVE

The Quad Cities’ news organization WQAD recently published an article clarifying incorrect information they had previously published based on fabricated claims from Sarah Mullins (board member of The Davenport Freight House Farmers’ Market), with regard to Christkindl LIVE – the 1st online virtual Christkindl market in the U.S.

Movie Director Predicts ‘Revival of Christian Art’

As faith-based entertainment continues working its way into the entertainment world, one film director is predicting Christian art could experience a renaissance in the coming years.

One in Five Evangelicals Reject the Bible’s Teaching on Gender

A recent survey from Ligonier Ministries shows that 22 percent of U.S. evangelical Christians agree with the statement, “Gender identity is a matter of choice.” However, this statement directly contradicts the Bible’s teaching that our gender as male or female is given by God our Creator (Gen. 1:27).

Air Force Vet Stands Firm After Store Orders Him to Remove American Flag Face Covering While Working

Gary Dean, a U.S. Air Force veteran living in North Carolina, told a local news station his employer ordered him to remove his American flag face covering while he was working.

New Survey Reveals What Americans Know (or Don’t) About the Christian Faith

Ligonier Ministries’ biennial State of Theology survey provides insights on how Americans view a wide range of Christian beliefs. This comprehensive report provides key findings on beliefs about God, truth, the Bible, worship, and ethical issues. Conducted with LifeWay Research, this survey polled a nationally representative sample of U.S. adults. The full results for the 2020 survey are now available online at TheStateofTheology.com.

Majority of Americans Think Jesus is Great Teacher Yet Reject Him as God

A new survey reveals that 52 percent of American adults believe that Jesus was a great teacher and nothing more. If Jesus’ claim to be God is false, then He was either delusional or deceptive, but He could not have been a great teacher.

How Churches are Filling the Gaps in the ‘Last Mile of Need’

While each step of the supply chain is important, there is none more pressing than delivering through the “Last Mile of Need.” Local churches are innovatively taking the torch where others fall short and feeding the most food-insecure families.

‘Bless Your Pastor’ Aims to Show Love to America’s Church Leaders

With nine out of every 10 pastors in America under “financial pressure,” and six out of 10 churches facing giving declines during the COVID-19 pandemic, the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) today launched its second annual Bless Your Pastor campaign (BlessYourPastor.org).

Will the NCAA Allow Christian Messages on Uniforms?

4 WINDS USA President Steve McConkey contacted NCAA officials in Indianapolis to ask them if they will allow Christian messages on uniforms now that they passed a rule allowing social justice messages. McConkey stands up worldwide for Christian athletes.

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