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Dallas Jenkins Reflects on 'The Chosen' Controversy

Dallas Jenkins, the creator of "The Chosen," addressed recent controversies about the show during the K-LOVE Fan Awards, offering a candid and heartfelt response. He shared how navigating criticism and praise has taught him to focus on God's approval rather than human opinions. Jenkins emphasized the profound impact "The Chosen" has had on its more than 200 million unique viewers, noting how it has deepened their faith and encouraged greater engagement with Scripture.

He remains dedicated to maintaining the show's biblical integrity and sees addressing controversies as opportunities for constructive conversations about Jesus. Jenkins' commitment to the show's mission underscores his belief in its potential to inspire and uplift the global Christian community. Reflecting on his journey, Jenkins highlighted the importance of humility and trust in God's guidance, reinforcing his dedication to using media as a powerful tool for spreading the gospel.

Mass Exodus: 1 Million Methodists Leave Denomination

In a significant and rapid shift, over one million members of the United Methodist Church (UMC) departed the denomination in a single day. This is primarily due to disagreements over the church’s stance on gender and sexuality issues. Specifically the UMC made a decision to remove wording in their central rulebook which said homosexuality was “incompatible with Christian teaching.” 

This mass exodus was notably led by the Côte d'Ivoire Conference, which criticized the UMC's departure from traditional biblical values. The conference asserted that the church's acceptance of practices contrary to scriptural teachings was unacceptable, prompting many congregations to sever ties in favor of preserving biblical integrity.

Nigerian Church Still Full Two Years After Tragic Massacre

Two years after the devastating massacre at St. Francis Xavier's Catholic Church in Owo, Nigeria, where 41 worshippers were brutally killed, the church continues to be a beacon of faith and resilience. The tragic event, which saw gunmen open fire and detonate explosives during a Pentecost Sunday service, left many injured and the community in shock. Despite the trauma, survivors and congregants remain steadfast in their faith.

Margaret Attah, one of the survivors, underscores the power of forgiveness and the need for prayer, emphasizing that true peace can only come through God's Kingdom. The church, still filled with worshippers every Sunday, symbolizes hope and steadfast faith amidst adversity. 

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Group of 16 Christian Young Adults Show Solidarity with the Jewish Community in Poland

On May 5, 2024, during Israel’s Holocaust Remembrance Day, a group of 16 Christian young adults from the United States and Canada embarked on an educational and enlightening encounter to Poland (Encounter Poland) to deepen their understanding of the Holocaust and combat rising global antisemitism with The Friends of Israel Gospel Ministry (FOI). (more)


The global Christian community is invited to participate in "Gather25," a 25-hour event on March 1, 2025, featuring prayer, worship, and commissioning, facilitated by organizations like YouVersion and the World Evangelical Alliance. (more)

Deana Dudley, a nonbinary "pastor" in Canada, proudly bragged about her church’s new all-gender bathrooms, condemning what she called "political bullying" against transgender individuals. (more)

Elvis Presley’s personal Bible, which sold for $120,000 at auction, features highlighted verses including Job 31:24-28, reflecting his Christian faith. (more)

Mandisa's autopsy report reveals that the contemporary Christian singer died from obesity-related health issues, specifically Class III obesity, with no foul play involved. (more)