Pastor John MacArthur Says it’s too Late for America
With the speed that American society is degenerating, and turning against God, many Christians agree with the statement made by pastor John MacArthur. The Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, California pastor, recently preached a sobering message suggesting that it may be too late for America to be saved because the nation is already under God’s judgment. Macarthur is quoted as saying, “As somebody said a few years ago, if God doesn’t destroy America pretty soon, He’s going to have to apologize to Sodom and Gomorrah.” Read more of his warning to America here.
Max Lucado teaming up With Christian Artists For “Good Friday Worldwide”
Good Friday is one of the most holy days in the Christian faith. And this year, pastor and author Max Lucado, is teaming up with Chris Tomlin and other chart-topping artists for “Good Friday Worldwide,” a worship service that will bring hope, peace, and reflect on the meaning of Christ’s suffering and death. In addition to airing on TBN, “Good Friday Worldwide” will simulcast with radio partners K-LOVE and Air1, along with 30 radio stations across the country. The program will reach audiences in at least 32 countries with the hope of the Gospel. Read where and when you can view the celebration here.
Reverend Patrick Mahoney Suing Nancy Pelosi
Reverend Patrick Mahoney sued Vice President Kamala Harris and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Tuesday after his request to hold a Good Friday vigil near the US Capitol was denied. Mahoney filed the lawsuit in DC federal court claiming that the “blanket denial” of his permit application violated his First Amendment rights. Mahoney has been trying to hold a prayer vigil on the sidewalk near the Lower Western Terrace of the Capitol, where he has held many similar events at the same location in the past, including last year, when he worked with Capitol Police to make sure the event complied with COVID-19 restrictions. Read more about the lawsuit here.
Bunnies In Wales Dig Up 9,000 Year Old Artifacts
Not content with being the cutest animals ever, now some bunnies in wales have become archeologists. On the island of Skokholm, wardens have found Stone Age tools and a pottery shard down a rabbit burrow. Dug up by the bunnies, the finds date to 3,750—9,000 years ago, and include tools for making seal hide clothes and boats and the shard of a funerary urn, suggesting the small island could have been used for ritual burial. Similar examples from west Wales dated to about 2,100 and 1,750 BCE, or around 3,750 years ago. Read more about this unique find here.