Morning Rundown: Progressive Christianity Is the Reason a Drag Queen Charted on Christian Music

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Progressive Christianity Is the Reason a Drag Queen Charted on Christian Music

For the first time ever a drag queen’s song hit number one on the Christian iTunes chart.

Flamy Grant’s song, “Good Day,” featuring Derek Webb took over the number one spot on iTunes’ Christian chart.

The song is about Grant’s “comeback” to the Christian community. The song implies that Grant was hurt by the church and its teachings against the LGBTQ lifestyle.

This Year, Crossroads Events See 3,000 Youth Accept Christ

Revival is sweeping through Generation Z, the age group born between 1999 and 2015, at Crossroads Summer Camp in South Carolina.

The camp, founded in 1996 by Clayton King, a traveling evangelist, is making a profound impact on young hearts by sharing the gospel and teaching truth, meaning and purpose.

According to King, a staggering 85% of Christian converts in America make the decision to accept Christ as their Savior before the age of 19. With Generation Z being digital natives, immersed in technology from a young age, some may have viewed them as losing their religious affiliation.

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Christian Youth Arrested for Reading Scripture at Pride Event

Over the weekend, a young Christian man, Marcus Schroeder, found himself in police custody after peacefully reading Scripture verses on a loudspeaker outside a “Pride in the Park” event in Watertown, Wisconsin.

Organized as “family entertainment” by the city of Watertown, the event featured a drag queen show in front of children who were encouraged to give money to lingerie-clad male dancers. Troubled by the sexualization of minors, Schroeder and fellow members of Mercy Seat Christian Church took to the public sidewalk outside the event to preach the gospel.

As Schroeder quoted from Galatians, emphasizing the importance of loving one’s neighbor, police officers approached him, attempting to seize the microphone. The situation escalated, leading to his arrest on charges of unlawful use of sound amplification and resisting arrest. Other Christians were also arrested for praying and sharing the gospel inside the event but were later released with warnings.

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