America’s new President is controversial, to say the least. Saying outrageous things concerning women or ethnic minorities to gain massive media attention and popularity, just to then lie about the statements ever being made, sounds like an absurd way to become the most powerful person in the world. But it tragically seems quite effective.
Hillary Clinton was also criticized for being unreliable when it comes to security and honesty, and so during the election, America found itself in a bizarre situation where most people didn’t really want any of the candidates to become President. It was an election about who you dislike the least rather than who you like the most. When people want a leader with dignity, morals and faithfulness, turning to politicians seems to guarantee a letdown. Continue reading Trump or Jesus: We Do Have to Choose
PE News reports that for the first time, a Pentecostal pastor is going to participate in a presidential inauguration. Samuel Rodriguez, an Assemblies of God senior pastor at New Season Christian Worship Center in Sacramento, California, will do a reading and invocation as Donald Trump officially become President of the United States this Friday.
Other clergy that will lead prayer on Inauguration Day will be Franklin Graham, the son of Billy Graham who has expressed that it thanks to God that Trump became President; Paula White, a televangelist who claims that she led Trump into a genuine born-again experience last year; but also Catholic Cardinal Timothy Dolan who has criticized Trump’s immigration policy, as well as Jewish rabbi Marvin Hier.
Continue reading First Pentecostal Pastor on Presidential Inauguration Prays for Trump
by Ramone Romero
“My people who can hear My heart,
I am calling you to prophesy:
I am calling you to speak My words,
to cry aloud My truth,
to rebuke and call to repentance
those who call Me ‘Lord, Lord’
but have forsaken My commands of love.
I am calling you to testify;
I am calling you to witness to who I am,
for many who call Me ‘Lord’
do not know My ways or My heart.
I am calling you to proclaim
My teachings and My mercy,
and that judgment is coming: Continue reading A Call to Stand and Prophesy
“I could stand in the middle of Fifth Avenue and shoot somebody and I wouldn’t lose any voters.” -Donald Trump
by Elli Atchison
Every two years, the Christ at the Checkpoint Conference takes place in Bethlehem, seeking to give a voice to the Palestinian Christian perspective of the conflict by asking, “What would Christ say and do if he were to stand at a checkpoint today?”
Continue reading Jesus Was No Stranger to Life Under Occupation
Empowered by the Spirit, Bree Newsome took down the Confederate flag.