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Sometimes, about once in a blue moon, a modern-day celebrity will dole out good advice.
Take Chris Pratt for example. He stood up before millions of viewers and said, "God is real. God loves you and God wants the best for you. Believe that, I do."
For Hollywood, that is some sound advice.
Causeway Coast Vineyard officials have responded to allegations that the senior pastor of Vineyard Anaheim, Alan Scott, has committed "historic" spiritual abuse toward the church's staff and congregation.
Last month, The Roys Report released a story that former Vineyard Anaheim (now called the Dwelling Place) staff accused Scott of "abuse, manipulation and lies" since taking over the leadership of the church in 2020.
Former Vineyard Anaheim College Pastor Cynthia Andrews told The Roys Report that Scott, with church attendance plummeting, had allegedly "instituted salvation quotas for staff with spreadsheets recording how many people key staff had led to Christ."
An NBA star who went viral for refusing to kneel during the National Anthem or wear Black Live Matters attire is set to release a new clothing line focused on stellar sports apparel and celebrating freedom.
Jonathan Isaac of the Orlando Magic is preparing for the official launch this summer of UNITUS, a clothing company celebrating freedom and positive American values.
"UNITUS is desperately needed today because more and more brands in the sports and leisure wear space are abandoning the consumers' desire for them to be impartial on matters of culture, spirituality and politics," Isaac told CBN's Faithwire. "Many brands have overtly endorsed harmful and divisive ideologies that have left consumers looking for alternatives."
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