Weekly Briefing: George H.W. Bush, Lauren Daigle, Christmas ban

www.christianpost.com | 12/7/2018 | Staff
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The funeral for George H.W. Bush proved to be a rare moment when the nation came together in unity to remember and mourn the 41st U.S. president.

Wednesday - Son - George - W - Bush

On Wednesday, his son, George W. Bush, paid tribute with a eulogy that left many in tears.

“He taught us how to grow with dignity, humor and kindness, and when the good Lord finally called, how to meet Him with courage and with the joy of the promise of what lies ahead.”

Artist - Michael - W - Smith - Friends

Christian artist Michael W. Smith sang “Friends” at the memorial service. It was the late Bush’s request.

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Christian - Artist - Success - Backlash - Homosexuality

The popular Christian artist who has gained mainstream success experienced backlash after she said she couldn’t answer whether homosexuality is a sin. “I’m not God,” Daigle said on "The Domenick Nati Show.”

Her comments drew a slew of reactions, some showing sympathy and others expressing disappointment.

Occasions - Week - Lauren - Sister - Christ

“You've ministered to me on multiple occasions, and I trust you will continue to do so … But last week you were tested … Lauren, dear sister in Christ, you failed this test. But look at it this way: These tests are not one-and-done. What you do in the wake of this failure can have a substantially redemptive...
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