A collective of theologically questionable, musically-inclined misfits are coming together in a streaming concert to support a trifecta of humanitarian Christian organizations – Compassion, Food for the Hungry and World Vision.
The show will be headlined by Hillsong Worship, supported by Roman Catholic Matt Maher, and in partnership with the Prince of Prosperity/The Sultan of $1000 shoes and The Modalist with the Moolah – the ever-heretical Bishop T.D Jakes.
All funds raised will go in support of vulnerable children living in extreme poverty suffering from the impacts of COVID-19 and other natural disasters.
Hosted by Sadie Robertson Huff and Carlos Whittaker, Unite to Fight Poverty will feature inspiring performances by TobyMac, Hillsong Worship, Kirk Franklin, for KING & COUNTRY, Tamela Mann, Michael W. Smith, Steven Curtis Chapman, Matthew West, CeCe Winans, Natalie Grant, Zach Williams, Mandisa, Big Daddy Weave, Matt Maher, Phil Wickham, Christine D’Clario, Blanca, Rita Springer, Dante Bowe, Colony House and Jon Reddick.
Special appearances will be made by Bishop T.D. Jakes, Amy Grant, Tori Kelly and Rend Collective.
While there is nothing wrong with Christians partnering with other Christians despite secondary and tertiary theological differences – that sort of ecumenicism is healthy – there should be no tolerance for this sort of problematic partnering with dangerous prosperity gospel-gutting heretics like T.D. Jakes who don’t believe that Jesus is the second person of the Trinity, but rather is simply a “manifestation” of God the Father.
The fact that he’s accepted and allowed to portray himself as Christian unopposed and un-rebuked is an embarrassment and a damning indictment against the other participants of this event.
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