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After battering Florida and the Carolinas with a combined death toll of at least 70, Hurricane Ian moved northeast through Virginia as a weakened storm early Sunday, lashing rain and possibilities of flooding in West Virginia, Maryland and southern Pennsylvania.

When Gov. Gavin Newsom issued an executive order prohibiting singing in churches — even as casinos, strip clubs and marijuana dispensaries remained open for business — that “flipped the switch” for Sean Feucht.

Pastor Frank Pomeroy gave his last sermon before retiring from his church in Texas that garnered national headlines in 2017 when a shooter entered its sanctuary and killed 26 people, including the pastor’s daughter, and he felt God wanted him to preach on Paul’s letter to Ephesian church elders.

But what Johnson and his co-authors, including the late Dr. Rodney Stark, argue is that many of the “Nones” might not be as irreligious as they would seem.

A renowned Southern California pastor is calling upon Gov. Gavin Newsom to repent and “respond to the Gospel” for his controversial reelection campaign that invoked Scripture in defense of abortion.

Events that occurred this week in Christian history include the death of St. Francis of Assisi, the battle of Lepanto, and Mother Teresa being given the green light to start a new order.

Seven years ago, Maddie Martinez was working a full-time job that she loved and had a desire to move up in the company she was working for. For these reasons, she strongly considered having an abortion when she became pregnant.

Grammy Award-winning singer Dante Bowe has released a statement apologizing for his behavior after Maverick City Music said they would be “pausing” their professional relationship with him.