Christian Activities Is on Telegram

Christian Activities has joined the move to Telegram, the booming cross-platform messaging service which is known for its enhanced encryption and privacy. In the age where Big Tech collects, censors and sells all your data, Telegram offers more privacy and freedom making it a popular alternative for Christians, conservatives and others who are tired of … Read more

Musically-Driven ‘Christmas with The Chosen’ TV Special Debuts 12/13

Christmas with The Chosen

Bringing Together Christian Music Icons Chris Tomlin, Phil Wickham, Matt Maher, The Piano Guys, For King & Country, Hillsong United, Mandisa and More and Hosted by Director Dallas Jenkins—Two-Hour Event Features Special Christmas Episode and Sneak Peek of The Chosen, Season Two.Special Available for Streaming on YouTube, Facebook, The Chosen App and Also on BYUtv, TBN, … Read more

Popular ‘Pray for Our President’ Facebook Group Deleted from Facebook

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“Pray for Our President” Facebook Group Deleted In October, Facebook members of the popular “Pray for Our President” group led by author and speaker Donna Partow, which had over 135,000- 140,000 followers, noticed the group was no longer listed in their Groups list. Mysteriously, while smaller groups of the same name remained, the large group … Read more

Worst Week Ever for Social Media Suppression of Information

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Parler, a new social media platform dedicated to free speech, has tallied the many examples occurring this week in which social media platforms restricted or suppressed the free flow of information in the run-up to the 2020 election. The information brownout is now well under way. In the past week: Twitter blocked the sharing of … Read more

Are Jewish People Being Unfairly Censored on Social Media? Parler Says Yes

Screenshot of portion of Rabbi Uriel Vigler

Jewish People Censored Unfairly on Social Media Platforms Facebook and Twitter. Jewish People Censored on Facebook Social network Parler is sharing a letter to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg from New-York-based Rabbi Uriel Vigler. Rabbi Vigler’s letter, describing the circumstances surrounding the company’s recent suspension of his account for “hateful speech.” The censorship raises concerns about Facebook’s … Read more


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