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Sunday, 11/22/2020 Evening Service @ WJBC Thanksgiving Revival with Dr. John Collier.
Senior Pastor  Dennis Webster  PM Service  11222020  Being THANKFUL  Psalms 107 Psalms 107:1-2 "Being THANKFUL!" Note: The word "Thankful" is found 137 times in the King James Bible.
The Judge of Judges The Judge of Judges Sunday Morning Service Pastor Sutton Music Credits: O Worship the King is in the Public Domain: ...
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Massachusetts Democrats rammed through a radical pro-abortion amendment Wednesday in the state Senate that would expand late-term abortions and allow young girls to abort their unborn babies with a parent’s knowledge. State House News Service reports the amendment to the state budget passed in a 33-7 vote and soon could be headed to Gov. Charlie Baker’s […]
Church growth has corresponded with a huge jump in multisite locations and deeper engagement in small groups. Megachurches have gotten so big over the years that they’ve outgrown their sanctuaries.The average megachurch in the United States had 4,100 regular attendees (before the pandemic) and seating for 1,200. That’s because, unlike in earlier days, most now spread services across multiple sites and locations over a weekend, according to a new report by the Hartford Institute for Religion Research and the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA).“The 20-year trend to become multisite … has continued to explode,” the researchers wrote in the report, a 2020 survey of 582 megachurches, defined as Protestant churches with regular attendance of 2,000 or more.Multisite megachurches tripled between 2000 and 2020, now with 70 percent of megachurches operating as multisite and another 10 percent considering it.Pastor Phil Hopper leads a multisite church called Abundant Life in Lee’s Summit, Missouri, a suburb-turned-city outside Kansas City. The multisite trend may be new, but to him it’s actually a return to an ancient strategy.“We have to get back to that early paradigm of church ministry,” the pastor said. “The ‘win’ has to be ‘Wow, we just sent 500 people from here somewhere else to launch something brand new.’ … That’s what made early Christianity a move of God that swept through the ancient world.”As megachurches continue to grow, logistically they have to add services or locations to accommodate new attendees. “You can’t keep building a bigger building every time you run out of seats,” said Hopper, whose congregation drew 7,000 attendees across two locations before the pandemic.The average US megachurch, ...Continue reading...
As a major Hollywood studio invests in on-demand inspirational content, the question becomes how they'll approach the sprawling offerings targeting the Christian market. In a shakeup of the niche faith-based streaming market, Sony Pictures plans to acquire streaming service Pure Flix and its hundreds of thousands of subscribers committed to “clean entertainment” and “feel-good movies.”Pure Flix, one of a half-dozen streaming platforms targeting Christian viewers, will be fully owned by Sony subsidiary Affirm Entertainment pending regulatory approval, the company announced last week.Affirm already has a strong track record of what executives call “uplifting, inspirational content,” with popular titles aimed at Christian audiences: Miracles from Heaven starring Jennifer Garner, War Room from filmmaker brothers Alex and Stephen Kendrick, and The Star, an animated re-telling of the Nativity co-produced by DeVon Franklin and The Jim Henson Company.Keith Le Goy, president of networks and distribution at Sony, said the acquisition allows Affirm to create and share more stories that are “both impactful and entertaining.”Pure Flix CEO Michael Scott and chief content officer David A. R. White—who has starred in many Pure Flix releases himself—said they plan to stay on board, joining Affirm Entertainment after the deal is done to manage the service and help develop future programming. However, the independent studio Pure Flix Entertainment will remain a separate entity and retain its library of films—notably its God’s Not Dead trilogy, which collectively earned $96 million at the box office.This move by a major studio reveals the value Hollywood places on reaching Christian consumers, particularly as most entertainment has been moving to in home and on demand.“The shift to streaming has been a long time coming, with the pandemic ...Continue reading...
The program trains soldiers who are newly released from "a meaningful service" in the IDF, offering classes, mentorship and team exercises.
Police in London reportedly blocked the entrance of a church where a baptism service was being held over the weekend. The church appeared to be defying new COVID-19 restrictions.
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