Brandon Burden, the pastor at KingdomLife in Frisco, spoke in tongues in front of his followers on Sunday.
Despite challenges, courts have routinely noted the Constitution's approval of legislative prayers—by chaplains, volunteers and even elected officials.
Local Mayor Craig Kavanagh defended the approval, saying: "Just because we voted yes doesn't mean we're racist."
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According to an investigative report by "Inside Edition," Daystar Television paid back a $3.9 million PPP loan, with interest, after the newsmagazine show looked into how the money was used.
The Faison family received a letter from the Homeowner's Association stating the cross is not considered appropriate for the time of year because it was an Easter or Passover decoration.
"I call on our faith leaders to lead the way and set an example for their members. Worship with a mask on is still worship," Northam said.
The viral video shows the escort calling out the protester for trying to shame patients by calling them cowards. The escort tells them to "shut the f**k up."
Several churches across the United States have seen outbreaks of the virus in recent months as many services resumed.
Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio said that he didn't feel that the Supreme Court ruling was protesting lockdowns in the way that Pope Francis spoke about those who opposed restrictions.
Late Wednesday, Trump-appointee Justice Amy Coney Barrett played her first decisive role in the Supreme Court as it ruled against Governor Andrew Cuomo's COVID-19 restrictions for religious services.
Texas pastor Robert Henderson said the vice president-elect goes "against God and his standards."
Jackson, who has also run for various political offices, told his congregation that he tested positive for COVID-19 in a video shared Monday. He had previously told church-goers that he wouldn't get coronavirus and planned to hold services regardless of restrictions.
Some of his haters have already found him on Parler, too.
GOP Governor Doug Burgum said religious services were a "common sense" exception while announcing a new state-wide mask requirement Friday night.
The event has been criticized by health officials as North Carolina recorded its highest one-day number of COVID cases.
There's still no formal word on who the President will be.
"When you have guns, oil and God and [Biden is] doing well in Texas?" President Donald Trump said. "I don't think so."
Photos and videos shared to Twitter on Sunday morning showed a group of individuals holding signs that criticized Biden's position regarding women's reproductive rights.
"There's a place for you in America if you are pro-life, if you embrace your religion, and you follow traditional family structure," the Republican senator from South Carolina said.
Graham, a prominent evangelical leader, criticized the pope's comments about legal recognition of LGBTQ partnerships in a lengthy Facebook post.
The reproductive healthcare nonprofit shared a tweet from five years ago, where the senator referred to birth control as "abortion-inducing drugs," which he also did in Wednesday's Supreme Court confirmation hearings.
Images from the event show a large crowd of people, most of whom are not wearing masks.
Barrett's hearings could take an important first step toward withdrawing the Court from the political battlefield that it has entered.
Mike Pence also brought up senator's comments about the Knights of Columbus during the debate.
Jacob Kornbluh tweeted that the crowd yelled "Nazi" and "Hitler" at him and accused him of informing on Jewish commnity.
The singer and beauty mogul came under fire this week after many Muslims expressed shock and outrage that a song used in the show sampled words from the sacred religious text.