Morning Rundown: Brian Houston Set to Launch New Church in 2024

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Brian Houston Set to Launch New Church in 2024

In a recent announcement on X (formerly known as Twitter), Hillsong Church founder Brian Houston, 69, revealed his plans to launch a new weekly online ministry and church in 2024. Houston, along with his wife Bobbie, expressed excitement about building a new community through this venture.

The news comes almost two years after Houston resigned as global senior pastor of the Hillsong megachurch network, following allegations of misconduct by two women. The criminal charges against him, related to concealing sex abuse committed by his father, were dropped in August 2022.


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2023: The Year Jesus Went to the Movies

2023 was a breakthrough year for a lot of valuable, faith-based content to not only arrive at the theaters, but to completely captivate audiences with record-breaking charts. While many in the secular media may have been completely confused about what was happening, it’s apparent that God decided to pour out His Spirit in a new way.

The Chosen Season 3 Finale


The Chosen has been absolutely nothing short of a smashing success each time it has come to the box office. Last year’s Christmas special in the theaters not only brought in plenty of fans, but when the show announced that the last two episodes of the season would first be released in theaters, the number of people flocking to the Fathom Events website for tickets actually crashed the site. While many critics of the show have shared their concerns, it has not stopped Jenkins and his team from sharing the gospel through the largest crowd-funded show of all time.

Left Behind: Rise of the Antichrist

The year began with the most recent “Left Behind” film that detailed the possibility of what life could be like for those who will be left behind after the rapture. The movie brought a thrilling depiction of the ultimate end times events which we undoubtedly are drawing closer to day after day.

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Iowa Statehouse’s Satanic Display Sparks Controversy and Concern

In a recent development at the Iowa Statehouse, a holiday display set up by the Satanic Temple has stirred controversy among many communities. The display, featuring a ram’s head covered with mirrors on a mannequin cloaked in red clothing, has been defended by the group’s co-founder, Lucien Greaves, as a symbol of their right to religious freedom.

Greaves argued that the display is necessary as “We don’t have a church on every street corner,” emphasizing their desire to be represented in a public forum. He also suggested that those who do not like the display should simply ignore it.

However, many Christians like Shellie Flockhart from Dallas Center have expressed shock and concern, calling the display “a very dark, evil force.” In response, a prayer group was organized on Wednesday, Dec. 6 around the Christmas tree in the center of the rotunda to spiritually oppose the display.


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