Day: November 20, 2020

News Of The Day – November 20th

Pastors Launch Church Planting Network

A group of of pastors have launched a network called, The Crete Collective. The team focuses on building churches in black, Hispanic, and Asian American communities. It plans to launch a half dozen churches over the next two years, focusing on poor neighborhoods in urban centers, and hopes to encourage people of color to become leaders in the religious community. Read more about their outreach here.


Rudy Giuliani Claims Massive Fraud Used To Steal Election

Rudy Giuliani and other lawyers representing President Donald Trump held a news conference on Thursday claiming a stolen election. The allegations ranged from complaints that Republican observers weren’t allowed to observe vote-counting, to a claim that U.S. voting machines made by Dominion Voting Systems Inc. used software made in Venezuela at the direction of Hugo Chavez. Read more of the lawyer’s claims here.


Biggest Concerns Facing Church Leaders Over Covid-19

With restrictions over in person worship and churches being closed, leaders are struggling with reshaping the church in the Covid-19 climate. Today’s ‘new normal’ has worship being conducted virtually. This leads to struggles over disciple making and the need for physical buildings. Church leaders have been tasked with developing a new model for online ministry. Read more about their concerns here.


Christian Pastor Advances On The Voice

California Pastor, Jim Ranger, turned three chairs this season on the popular singing show The Voice, singing Keith Urban’s “Blue Ain’t Your Color.” In the battle rounds of the competition last week, the minister at New Life Church beat out fellow contestant John Sullivan and is now on his way to the four-way knockouts. Ranger expressed his humility and gratitude at all the support coming his way. Read more about his singing journey here.

November 20th – 1 Chronicles 29:14

1 Chronicles 29:14

Every good thing we have in our lives is a gift from God. And He blesses us not because we are special or worthy, but because He is our loving Father who gives to His children freely and generously. And out of a heart of thankfulness we in turn need to be cheerful givers. For everything we give back to God was His to begin with. And remembering the Lord as the source of everything good, fills our hearts with generosity and the desire to show the same mercy to others God shows to us each and every day!