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'The Biggest Water Baptism in History': 4,166 Baptized at Historic Beach from Jesus Movement


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'We Need to Act Fast': Disney+ Green Lights Show About Girl Carrying Satan's Baby

The family-friendly entertainment organization MovieGuide is sounding the alarm about an upcoming Disney+ that features a teenage girl's love affair with Satan.

'The Biggest Water Baptism in History': 4,166 Baptized at Historic Beach from Jesus Movement

Another big sign of spiritual revival in America just took place at a historic location in California. More than 4,000 people were baptized in Pirate's Cove on Pentecost Sunday to celebrate not only the gift of eternal life but to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Jesus Movement.

Hundreds Gather for Pensacola's Family Beach Fest, 79 Choose Christ: 'We're Just Getting Started'

Hundreds gathered at Pensacola Beach on Memorial Day weekend to pray, worship, and give their lives to Jesus Christ. It was the 6th annual Family Beach Fest with special guest Sean Feucht leading worship.

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