Amid coronavirus pandemic, Central Florida pastor talks Easter services, tight pants and ‘Tiger King’

Action Church’s Justin Dailey shares congregation’s struggles amid COVID-19 outbreak

This week on “Florida’s Fourth Estate,” News 6 anchors Matt Austin and Ginger Gadsden get spiritual with the leader of one of the fastest growing churches in America.

ORLANDO, Fla. – This week on “Florida’s Fourth Estate,” News 6 anchors Matt Austin and Ginger Gadsden get spiritual with the leader of one of the fastest growing churches in America.

Pastor Justin Dailey, from Action Church in Orlando, shares what it was like having Easter services without anyone in the audience during the coronavirus pandemic and how he says the church is able to reach more people during these tough times.

Having counseled people who have lost jobs and are worried about getting sick, Dailey also breaks down the biggest issues facing his congregants during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Need another reason to give this week’s episode a listen? Two words: “Tiger King.”

“It’s one of the few podcasts in which you will see a pastor address ‘Tiger King’ and tight pants all in the same conversation,” Austin said.

You can catch all of this and more on this week’s edition of “Florida’s Fourth Estate.”


Florida’s Fourth Estate looks at everything from swampy politics to a fragile environment and even the crazy headlines that make Florida the craziest state in the Union.

Ginger Gadsden and Matt Austin use decades of experience as journalists to dissect the headlines that impact Florida. Each week they have a guest host who helps give an irreverent look at the issues impacting the Sunshine State. Big influencers like Attorney John Morgan, renowned Florida journalists and the scientists protecting Florida’s ecosystem can often be found as guests.

Look for new episodes every week, and visit ClickOrlando.com for the latest WKMG News 6 coverage of Orlando and beyond.


About the Author:

Emmy Award-winning anchor Matt Austin joined the News 6 team in June 2011 and has been the evening news co-anchor since December 2013.