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  • Writer's pictureThomas Bonifield

Ainsley Earhardt Leans on Faith during Coronavirus

The Fox News Channel anchor, and outspoken Christian, is trusting God through this time of uncertainty.

Ainsley Earhardt in a promotional graphic with "Fox & Friends" co-hosts Steve Doocy (left) and Brian Kilmeade. Image: Fox News Channel.

While the broadcast news business is beyond the scope of our normal movie and TV entertainment/streaming brief here at Christian Film Blog, we are making an exception in the case of Ainsley Earhardt. A co-host of Fox & Friends, the top-rated morning show on the Fox News Channel, she is among the most prominent Believers in American TV journalism and has a real word of encouragement to share.

A promotional graphic for "Ainsely's Bible Study. Image: Fox Nation.

Earhardt also hosts a program on Fox's new streaming service, Fox Nation, that is incredibly called Ainsley's Bible Study, and she is a committed reader of scripture. In an interview with Faithwire, she says she is, "drawn to the good news of the Bible," adding she knows the Lord is, "gonna get us through this."

That does not mean that she is blind to the realities of what is happening, as the worldwide number of infections now nears three million and deaths approach 200,000. Even in such challenging and uncertain circumstances, however, Earhardt finds her hope in God.

"I don't understand why so many people are affected by this, but I trust Him and know that He sees the future and there is a reason."

The single mother of a four-year-old daughter feels that the illness and stay-at-home orders have had the positive effect of prompting her to "slow down," and, "do the things that are important: focus on my family, my faith," something we could all, no doubt, benefit by in our own lives.

You can read Ainsley Earhardt's entire interview with Faithwire here, and catch her on the Fox News Channel's Fox & Friends show Monday through Friday from 6:00 - 9:00 AM ET/3:00 AM - 6:00 AM PT. And this link will take you to Fox Nation, where you can access Ainsley's Bible Study. Bear in mind, though, that is a fee-based subscription service.


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