Religion Today: The Conquering King – A Palm Sunday Devotional

Imagine the epic scene when the conquering king enters the city on his huge warhorse. The trumpets announce the king’s arrival. Bright banners flank the procession. The people crowd the streets to get a glimpse wondering if this king will be any better than the last one. As the king passes by, they look into his eyes hoping against hope that he will be a good king – One who will have a good heart, be fair, righteous and bring blessing to their land. They know that […]

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After two years of virtual gatherings, Jehovah’s Witnesses worldwide excited to return to in-person meetings in April

All congregations of Jehovah’s Witnesses across the world are being encouraged to begin holding in-person meetings during the week of April 1. For most of the last two years, buildings for worship have remained closed globally due to the risks associated with meeting in person. Jehovah’s Witnesses in the U.S. also suspended their public ministry on March 20, 2020. Since […]

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Guest Writer Spotlight: “Saddlebag Preacher” Francis Asbury and his contributions to early America – By Al DeFilippo

Guest Writer Spotlight: “Saddlebag Preacher” Francis Asbury and his contributions to early America – By Al DeFilippo In America today there can be found hundreds of churches, along with dozens of elementary, middle, and high schools, along with colleges and even cities named after Francis Asbury, an American hero and itinerant preacher from England, who, on the verge of the […]

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Something To Think About – By Robert Socha

Global headlines are shocking. International events are precipitating the run-up to fulfill end-time Biblical prophecy. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is a terrible scourge on international relations, nascent to WWIII if calmer heads do not prevail. And I don’t believe Putin to be the only bad actor in this quagmire. Russia, Ukraine, and Hungary are all major wheat exporters, and all have […]

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Religion Today: Time for Children – How to Equip Kids to Face Difficult News with Weekly Family Time

The stream of tough topics for parents to explain can feel unending: social unrest, hate crimes, natural disasters … the pandemic. Many children and teens have struggled to process what they see at school, in their neighborhoods and on the news. SEE OTHER POPULAR JEHOVAH’S WITNESSES ARTICLES: Religion Today: Remaining calm in an angry world – How some cope Religion […]

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Religion Today: What is Scientology and Why Do So Many People Want to Know?

Riverside County News Source (RCNS) and Shasta County News Source (SCNS) accept “Religion Today” submissions from all churches, denominations, and religious organizations, as well as devotionals and religion-based “Guest Writer Spotlight” and “Op-Ed” submissions from all groups and individuals. To submit a positive, uplifting, or informative article for consideration, contact the editor, Trevor Montgomery. Every six seconds, someone searches for […]

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The Church Surrendered Its’ Authority To The Progeny of Satan by Robert Socha

With relatively few exceptions, the Church has been silent. Church leaders, worldwide, have silently allowed secular governments to impose their will on the Body of Christ. You can no longer meet openly; okay. If you do meet, you must cover your face, concealing your identity; done. If we are going to get back to normal, you must inject yourselves with […]

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