Nashville Church Under Fire For Denying The Bible Is God’s Word
Christians were outraged when self-proclaimed progressive church based in Nashville, Tennessee, posted a Facebook message earlier this month declaring the Bible “isn’t the Word of God … inerrant or infallible.” GracePointe Church pastor Josh Scott, when asked about the church’s progressive positions, said it was good to have begun this conversation. Scott added that Christians have a tendency to “treat the Bible almost as an idol”. Read more about the controversial church position here.
Canadian pastor Arrested Over Covid-19 Violations
A Canadian pastor remains behind bars after holding church services in violation of COVID-19 public health orders. Royal Canadian Mounted Police said pastor James Coates of the GraceLife Church in Edmonton, Alberta, was arrested after police and public health officials visited the church on Sunday and observed violations of the Public Health Act. The pastor will remain in custody until he agrees to stop holding the church services that defy COVID-19 regulations. Read more about the church’s stand against this unfair religious discrimination here.
Man Credits Hand Of God For Saving Him After 40 Foot Plunge
Dave Zmudka is praising God for saving him after his car plunged 40 feet off the side of a Michigan highway. He said shortly after joining the highway he hit black ice as he accelerated, fishtailed and realized he was going straight for the side wall. Practically every inch surrounding the driver’s seat was smashed in around him from the impact. unharmed from the crash, Zmudka said, “The word luck just seems almost frivolous, you know? I decided it was nothing less than the hand of God that was involved here; absolutely nothing less.” Read more about the crash here.
Texas Restaurant Feeds 500 During Power Outage
When the winter storm hit Texas leaving millions without power, one restaurant stepped in to help their local community. Ari Isufaj, the owner of Bella Italia Ristorante decided to open his doors and cook pots of spaghetti and trays of lasagna to serve anyone in need. In three hours, his team fed more than 500 people with a comforting Italian meal. “We couldn’t sit back and do nothing when our community is hurting,” the restaurant wrote in a Facebook post. Read more about these good Samaritans here.