- Advertisment -

Follow Us:

- Advertisment -

Megachurch Holds Chiefs Pep Rally Between Services on Super Bowl Sunday Morning During Church



We need your support. As big tech continues its crackdown on conservative blogs, our days on these platforms are numbered. Please subscribe to our mailing list so that we can continue to stay in touch with you. Please also consider a paid subscription for ad-free content delivered directly to you. Paid subscribers will also receive the additional benefit of strong and controversial religious and political opinion and argumentation.

The amount of idolatry prevalent in professing churches today is astonishing, to say the least. While God has a true remnant of believers who actually show up to church on Sunday mornings out of a desire to follow Christ and to worship Him, the vast majority of those institutions that call themselves churches are nothing more than synagogues of Satan.

When churches have been given over, they largely look no different than what the typical cultural movement looks like. This year was arguably the most blasphemous and Godless Super Bowl event in history — featuring drag queens while rejecting pro-life ads as “inappropriate.”

To make matters worse, the name of God has been blasphemed across the nation with idolatrous shows of sports-worship and even mocking the name of God by treating a Bible like a football and kicking it — in the pulpit.

Another church, Pleasant Valley Baptist Church in Liberty, Missouri is making waves in the news because it held a pep rally for the Kansas City Chiefs in between services on Sunday morning. Instead of setting aside time for prayer and worship of God and fellowship with the saints (of God, not the sports team), this church decides to idolize the sport by holding a pep rally for one of the teams.

Just imagine God’s favor being poured out among the people of this church while this is going on. Do you think God is smiling?


You might also likeRELATED
Recommended to you

We are being actively censored on many platforms because of our conservative views. The more places you follow us, the more likely we are to get our message out. Please support us by following us on Facebook, following us on Twitter, following us on Parler, following us on Instagram, and visiting our gear and apparel store. Also, please subscribe to our newsletter. If you would like to support us financially, a contribution of any amount is greatly appreciated.

Html code here! Replace this with any non empty raw html code and that's it.
- Advertisement -

Latest news

Lesbian Presbyterian Pastor Blames God for Her Relentless Support of Child Sacrifice

Angela Williams, a far-left lunatic who believes she's a pastor, has been platforming women who've had abortions in an...

Shocking Video: High School Girl Changes Mind on Abortion After Being Confronted With the Truth

Planned Parenthood and the pro-abortion lobby have spent countless dollars, hours, and endless energy indoctrinating children into believing that...

Al Mohler Ditches T4G, “I’ve Got Other Things to Do”

Al Mohler, president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (SBTS), has been desperately trying to rebrand himself after a...

Ligon Duncan Absurdly Suggests God is Using Illegal Immigration to Reverse Secularization in America

In almost circus-like fashion, Ligon Duncan, president of Reformed Theological Seminary and Big Eva's (Big Evangelicalism) Soros and Billionaire...
- Advertisement -

Breaking: Mike Stone Sues Russell Moore for Defamation

(Capstone Report) -- Russell Moore faces lawsuit for libel, false invasion of privacy, and intentional infliction of emotional distress...

Shortly After NAMB Denounces Female Pastors, NAMB Leader Joins Female Pastors for Evangelism Conference

Last week, Reformation Charlotte reported that the Southern Baptist Convention's North American Mission Board (NAMB) put out a statement...

Must read

Southern Baptist Leader, Russell Moore, Says Western Culture is Demonic

Russell Moore, head of the Southern Baptist Convention's Ethics...

Coronavirus Kills “Faith Healer” After Kenneth Copeland Declared it Wouldn’t

Charismatic charlatan and faux "faith healer," Kenneth Copeland, got...
- Advertisement -