The "cancel culture" has struck the influential D. James Kennedy Ministries, founded by the influential Presbyterian minister.
The organization said it's been deplatformed by Lifetime TV, to which it paid "enormous fees" over the years, because of its Christian perspective on issues such as abortion.
Lifetime TV had demanded that the ministry remove all "controversial" content or it could not continue to purchase time for its program "Truths That Transform."
Frank Wright, CEO of the group, said Lifetime imposed an unacceptable demand to remove all programming that addressed abortion or left-wing financier George Soros or it would be banned entirely.
Just last October, Lifetime ran – without protest – D. James Kennedy Ministries' blockbuster documentary, 'Billionaire Radical: George Soros and the Scheme to Remake America,'" the ministry said.
But it wasn't a surprise, since a "growing number of private media firms – among them Twitter, Facebook, Google, Apple and others" now are "deplatforming and silencing outspoken Christian and conservative voices."
"We will not cave to the cancel culture," said Wright. "D. James Kennedy Ministries is committed to proclaiming biblical truth and defending freedom in America. We simply cannot water down our message to please Lifetime and be faithful to our mission."