Top of the Week: A Poland Prophecy That Could Foreshadow World War III

(Wikimedia Commons)

Read Time: 3 minutes, 33 seconds

Following are snippets of the top stories posted on over the past week. We encourage you to visit the links to read the stories in full.

We saw a scare of epic proportions in Europe on Tuesday when two people in Poland were killed by Russian missile that landed in the NATO territory.

Russia denied it fired the missiles into Poland as an investigation was underway. Poland’s president on Wednesday said it appears the Russian missile’s landing in Poland was a result of Ukraine’s anti-missile defense. He called it an “unfortunate accident.”

It looks like we narrowly escaped a World War III.

The position of a pastor is supposed to be one of strength, Christ-likeness and trust. Yet Christians in America are witnessing a horrific trend of pastors betraying the trust of their congregants and committing horrific crimes.

Recently, a criminal complaint was filed in an Austin, Texas federal court. It accuses David Lloyd Walther, 56, of knowingly searching for, downloading, distributing and possessing child pornography.

Walther was the pastor at Faith Baptist Church in Round Rock, Texas when the he allegedly committed these heinous crimes.

An incredible move of God is happening right now across America, particularly in the youth. While the enemy may be trying to stir up confusion and deception in young men and women’s identity, God is doing something miraculous.

Charisma News sat down with Pastor Vlad Savchuk who leads the HungryGen movement. The group is filled with impassioned followers of Jesus who are seeing a miraculous number of salvations, healings and deliverance. Their hearts are for the next generation to be filled with the Holy Spirit and emboldened to take the gospel to the ends of the earth.

Savchuks teams are going into high schools in Washington state starting ‘Unashamed’ clubs. They are ministering the gospel to students in public school every day and are seeing 10-15 students give their lives to Christ at each school daily. In our interview he shared his passion to see the future leaders, mayors, doctors and senators of America set on fire for Jesus.

Responding to scathing statements leveled at her and other leaders at Ravi Zacharias International Ministries, Naomi Zacharias says many allegations of failing to show “godly sorrow” nor “repentance for their actions” following the Ravi Zacharias abuse scandal are “categorically false.”

Naomi Zacharias, one of the daughters of the late apologist Ravi Zacharias, told Premier Christian News that “It is heart-breaking to read this,” she said of the statement released last week at, the apologetics ministry website of Mike Licona, an associate professor of theology at Houston Christian University, formerly Houston Baptist University.

In February 2021, renowned apologist and Bible teacher Ravi Zacharias who died in May 2020, through a thorough investigation, was found guilty of multiple instances of sexual misconduct and abuse. The investigative report said Zacharias lied in his 2017 statement that “I have never engaged in inappropriate behavior of any kind.”

It’s no secret that we live in an upside down, crazy world, and it appears like things are getting worse and worse. Immorality, open borders, inflation and socialist policies are running rampant throughout the country. Many believers were standing in faith for a turning point during the midterms. I have a more contrarian view on the results and how I believe we should move forward from here.

It’s becoming harder and harder to live out the Christian lifestyle as the world moves further away from biblical values. Now what? Many Christians across the nation believed electing a few conservative, Bible-believing politicians would help move our country forward. I am actually one of those people and I talk about it in the latest episode of my podcast “Strang Report.”

What can we learn from this? One of my good friends, Barry Meguiar, the founder of Ignite America wrote an article for Charisma News and raised a sobering point. With all of the truth vs lies, good vs evil, many Christians held the belief that “God’s will” would prevail. Meguiar says, “Here’s the problem: we believed our will was God’s will.”

Bring “Charisma” magazine home with a subscription today!

To contact us or to submit an article, click here.

Get Charisma’s best content delivered right to your inbox! Never miss a big news story again. Click here to subscribe to the Charisma News newsletter.

Related Videos

Newest Videos

Trending Videos

Previous ArticleNext Article