It's from The Best Network, TBN, The Best. What really surprised me is that Sting is a very good, fairly slick host of creepy evangelical programming. He has a definite future in this after his TNA year is up. (On a related note, check out how quickly he says "TNA" at the beginning, clearly embarrassed he has to tell the viewers of Praise the Lord the name of his new employer.
I think it's great that Sting has found something to fill up his life when he decided to stop wrestling. It seems like so many wrestlers end up sticking around because there is not much more they know how to do. He really seems like he's enjoying what he's doing here.
Exactly. Even assuming the accusation is true (which I don't believe for a second it is), suggesting that a business having "make money" as it's main priority is a "massive problem" is utterly bemusing.