When BTS and their record label Big Hit Entertainment had donated $1 million to support the Black Lives Matter campaign, their fans decided to match it. Astonishingly, they did in just over a day. Pastors and Leaders from different denominations come together in a video titled "Baptisms: It's On Me" which was released by North American Mission Board (NAMB), a domestic missions agency of the Southern Baptist Convention. Larry Kudlow, the Director of the National Economic Council and chief economic advisor to President Donald Trump expressed an optimistic tone about the course of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tennessee passes heartbeat bill prohibiting abortion for diagnosis of Downs syndrome and no exceptions for rape or incest
On Friday of June 19, Tennessee legislation passed a heartbeat bill banning abortions after the point a fetal heartbeat can be detected which is as early as six weeks. Louie Giglio, an Atlanta pastor at an evangelical megachurch, Passion City Church, apologized for using the phrase "white blessing" to explain "white privilege."
Founder of Chick-fil-A's Dan Cathy Suggests White Christians Repent of Racism and Shines Lecrae's Shoes
During a 70-minute discussion roundtable at the Atlanta evangelical megachurch Passion City Church with Lecrae Moore, a Christian rapper and pastor of Passion City Church, Louie Giglio, Chick-fil-A CEO, Dan Cathy suggests white Christians repent of racism. A 63-year-old blind woman was banned for 2 years from a park and a library in Rhode Island because she shared about her Christian faith. According to Fox News, Blair would offer a passage from the Bible like the Gospel of John to other people. But the Officials, who are in charge of Westerly Library…
U.S. Senator Rob Portman honored the life of Otto Warmbier who died as a result of the North Korean regime
On Thursday of June 18, U.S. Senator Rob Portman honored the life of Otto Warmbier, an American student who was imprisoned in North Korea for allegedly stealing a North Korean propaganda poster. Americans on Friday of June 19, 2020, commemorated the abolition of slavery with peaceful rallies, marches, and parties celebrating blackness. The Juneteenth celebrations took place following the sudden spark of nationwide protests demanding justice for the death of George Floyd, a black man who was… European churches are coming back into live worship as many churches have reopened with restrictions for safety. Hoping Coronavirus could disappear for good, churches are excited and worried at the same time. First United Methodist Church of Sulphur Springs, Texas, and other churches resumed in-person worship on June 14. Taking various safety measures seriously, worship service continued carefully. It is stated that the church planned "Re-gathering Sunday" on June 14, with three worship services drawing …
Supreme Court decides Title VII of Civil Rights Act of 1964 also protects gays and transgenders from discrimination
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in a 6-3 decision in which protects employees from being discriminated against for being gay or transgender. Joe Biden, the Democratic presidential candidate praised today's Supreme Court ruling as a "momentous step forward for our country." "Before today, in more … The Illinois Baptist State Association (IBSA) is challenging a 2019 state law requiring employee health insurance plans to cover abortions, claiming the mentioned law violates freedom of religion and conscience. The Department of Justice is urging states and localities to apply the same coronavirus lockdown and peaceful protest rules to religious gatherings. The Department of Justice claimed that while states have the general authority to protect the public during the pandemic, the First Amendment "does not… Denzel Washington, an American actor with two Golden Globe awards, two Academy Awards, one Tony Award, and famous for his role in the movie "Training Day" is being praised once again as a "good Samaritan" for helping a homeless man in the streets.