Mother Says SpongeBob Tells her To Kill Daughter
Tennessee Pastor Leads Burning Of Harry Potter Books
Controversial pastor Greg Locke of Global Vision Bible Church in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee, held a “burning service” after his sermon. Church congregants threw items deemed by the church to be related to the occult into a large bonfire. The event is part of Locke’s sermon series on deliverance titled “Deliverance from Demons.” After Locke’s message, church members went outside and created a large bonfire in which they threw a variety of items, including Harry Potter books, Ouija boards and tarot cards, among other things. “Let’s go give the devil a black eye!” Locke declared. Read more about the burning here.
Freedom Convoy Protest Raises 3.5 Million On Christian Crowd Funding Site
A trucker-led protest against vaccine mandates in Canada has raised several million dollars on a Christian crowdfunding site after being removed from GoFundMe, sparking debate over how online platforms moderate campaigns. GoFundMe blocked fundraising for the “Freedom Convoy” over the weekend, after the mayor of Ottawa declared a state of emergency over a week-long protest led by truck drivers over Covid-19 restrictions. In response, the protestors migrated their fundraising to GiveSendGo, a self-proclaimed Christian crowdfunding site, raising more than $3.5 million dollars. Read more about the fund raising here.
Australian “Pirate Kitty” Famous For Both Stealing And Giving Gifts
Kay McCall and her husband were moving into their Australian Ferny Hills home when a ginger cat popped over the fence for a pat and quickly became a daily visitor. One day the McCalls noticed a couple of toys in the backyard. Then another toy appeared in the front yard, then another. “Most days the presents kept coming, and some days there was just one, and some days there was quite a few, and some days there were none,” Mrs. McCall said. After posting pictures online of the cat’s haul, residents commented that they, too, had been visited by the “Pirate Kitty”, or recognized one of his prizes. “Everyone fell in love with him on the spot, and he sort of became … a community icon,” Mrs. McCall said. Read more about the “pirate Kitty” here.