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Morning Rundown: OU Softball Glorifies Jesus on National Television

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Charisma Media Staff

Here’s a quick rundown of the top stories on charismamag.com:

OU Softball Glorifies Jesus on National Television  

Let it be known that the Oklahoma Sooners Women’s Softball players have more guts in glorifying the name of Jesus publicly than many Americans today.

During a press conference after their Game 1 win in the Women’s College World Series, when asked about how the team handles the pressure and maintaining the joy their team is known for, team captain Grace Lyons did not hold back when answering the question.


“The only way that you can have a joy that doesn’t fade away is from the Lord. Any other type of joy is actually happiness that comes from circumstances and outcomes,” Lyons replies.

Fiery Bishop: Churches Should Display Their ‘Jesus Pride’

Bishop Patrick L. Wooden Sr. wants everyone to know that Jesus loves them. He loves everyone, including those in the LGBTQ community that are celebrating “Pride Month” during the entire month of June.

But then, as Bishop Wooden Sr. told Pastor John Amanchukwu in a recent interview for Charisma News, that is what the LGBTQ community is participating in, simply “rebellion.”


“We are seeing people who are trying to make right that what your Bible says is wrong,” says Wooden Sr., the senior pastor at the Upper Room Church of God in Christ in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Pastors Prepare for the Unthinkable

A new Lifeway Research study confirms that most pastors are making their congregant’s safety one of their top priorities.

According to “Planning and Armed Congregants Top Church Security Measures”, 81% of U.S. Protestant pastors say their church has some type of security measure in place.


Although churches are meant to be safe places, recent mass shootings make it hard for churches to ignore that they must be prepared for the unthinkable.

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