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Denzel Washington Thanks Late Mother for Her Kingdom Influence

Actor Denzel Washington, who is increasingly making headlines for comments about his Christian faith, had an incredibly vulnerable moment during a Dec. 15 appearance on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert.

Washington, 64, became visibly emotional while speaking about his mother, Lennis Washington, who died earlier this year. The actor broke into tears as he was delivering remarks about mothers' love for their sons.

"A mother is a son's first true love. A son, especially that first son, is a mother's last true love," Washington said, before pausing and admitting he was getting emotional. "I'm getting choked up. Sorry."

Where Are the Rest of the Gideons Like North Carolina Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson?

Last month we mentioned North Carolina Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson's observation upon being elected to public office in 2020: "I thought I was entering into public service, but found out that I had stepped right into the middle of spiritual warfare."

There is no question that the church in America has failed to recognize that it finds itself squarely in the Media and Big Government has been consistently seeking and grasping power through the Mephistophelian methods of manipulation, machination, mandating, censoring and distortion.

Big Pharma is aided by Big Medicine, headed, among others, by Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, the autocratic lab coat bureaucrat who self-identifies as science itself.

Haitian Missionaries to Captors: 'We Extend Our Forgiveness to You'

Christians who harbor any unforgiveness in their hearts this Christmas may want to sit up and take notice.

The Haitian missionaries who were abducted by the 400 Mowozo Group at the end of October and escaped this past week have said that they have prayed for their captors to repent of their actions and come to salvation in Christ, says David Troyer, general director of Christian Aid Ministries, a group to which the missionaries belonged.

Based in Berlin, Ohio, Christian Aid Ministries is supported and staffed by conservative Anabaptists, a range of Mennonite, Amish and related groups. Their hallmarks include nonresistance to evil, plain dress and separation from mainstream society.

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