Morning Rundown: Former Pop Star Shares About Jesus Healing Her After Multiple Abortions

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Former Pop Star Shares About Jesus Healing Her After Multiple Abortions

A former pop star is opening up for the first time about the pain she felt over three painful abortions, sharing on social media that Jesus can "heal the pieces" and provide forgiveness.

Kaya Jones, 38, appeared on Students for Life of America's "Speak Out with Christine Yeargin" podcast last week. The former Pussycat Doll opened up about her experience of being in the group and the painful cost of stardom, explaining to Yeargin that she often felt like she was a prostitution ring instead of a girl band.

"It feels like you are a slave to your dream, literally, and the powers that be are holding the keys to the kingdom. You have no access to personal thoughts, space, choices, decisions," she explained. "You are an owned commodity ... the level of control is like, 'Who am I?'"

Larry Tomczak's Week in Review: A Personal Appeal to Amy Grant

Closing out last year, one of the hottest news stories in Christian reporting was Amy Grant hosting a same-sex wedding on her farm. No big deal?

Larry, who also lives in the "Music City" area along with the Christian recording artist, raised the issue in an article submitted to her but she wasn't interested in reading it. What statement is being made through her actions? Does this influence young people who look to her as a role model? Is this another "crossover" move by Amy Grant who is finding new popularity among LGBTQ supporters?

New 'Left Behind' Film Addresses Life After the Rapture

Actor Kevin Sorbo is preparing for a new theatrical adventure, as he takes on the iconic role of Rayford Steele in the new movie "Left Behind: Rise of the Antichrist."

The film, which tells the story of what life might look like after the biblical rapture, comes after Nicolas Cage played the role of Steele in 2014's "Left Behind."

Sorbo, who also serves as director of the new film, told CBN's "Faith vs. Culture" he's "excited" about the opportunity to tackle the beloved book and movie series. The film, which reboots intrigue in the series, comes as interest in eschatology reaches a fever pitch.

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