For organizations such as DOOR, 2020 was a season for more opportunities to spread the gospel despite the hardships it brought. In spite of the COVID 19 pandemic, more Christians continue to suffer violence because of their faith. Beating out news, commentary, and other mainstream podcasts, The "Bible in a Year" podcast has taken the top spot in Apple's All Podcast List to start the year. Former NFL star Tim Tebow challenged young Christians to enlist themselves and be laborers for Jesus. Christian rapper Trip Lee hit "reality show righteousness" by saying that Christians should instead live out the righteousness that is in Christ Jesus.
An Indian pastor died of a gunshot after baptizing newly converted Christians. Pope Francis indirectly expressed his disapproval of the 2020 Saint Peter Square's nativity scene and warned everyone of Christmas consumerism. To help combat military families' struggle over loneliness, discouragement and isolation, American Bible Society launched a program that would help bring hope to them in the holidays. COVID-19 might have brought a halt to many industries, but it has not stopped the Gospel from spreading across the nations. Colorado Gov. Polis recently removed the church attendance caps declaring the houses of worship as essentials. Former atheist and renowned author Lee Strobel and a , has announced the launched of a four-week online video Bible study series investigating the birth and divinity of Jesus. While the COVID-19 pandemic continues to rage on, spreading to more people in various places, the Gospel also continues to spread - and has been received by more people this year despite the lockdowns and persecution. While some preach Christ to the people, the Redeemed Quartet of rural Indiana sings instead to bring the knowledge of Christ to many. Rev. Franklin Graham spoke up after a school cut ties with the Samaritan's Purse's Operation Christmas Child. Barna Group's President David Kinnaman will be taking an extended leave of absence following his wife's death.