The Christian Outlook – June 22, 2019
John and Kathy talk with pro-life activist David Daleiden about his effort to shine a light on abortionists and their dirty deeds.
John Fuller talks with Adam Holz of Focus on the Family’s Plugged In, about the enormous amount of media options for kids these days.
Bob Burney talks about the dangers of marijuana as more and more states begin to legalize its recreational use.Read More »
Kevin McCullough invites David Cortman, senior counsel and vice president of U.S. litigation with Alliance Defending Freedom, to share the latest from floral artist Barronelle Stutzman and her case that is heading back to the U.S. Supreme court after being ruled against by the Washington Supreme Court for the second time. The case is State of Washington v. Arlene’s Flowers | Ingersoll v. Arlene’s Flowers.Read More »
Christian Outlook – June 1, 2019
Bill Bunkley turns to Lanhee Chen for his comments on Special Counsel Mueller’s statement this week.
Frank Sontag and Andy Bales talk about homelessness in America and what Christian ministries are doing to try to help.
Don Kroah talks with veteran columnist Cal Thomas about the multiple pieces of abortion-related legislation put forth by various states.Read More »
Christian Outlook – May 18, 2019
Don Kroah welcomes Nigerian human rights attorney Emmanuel Ogebe to talk about the dangers faced by Christians in Nigeria.Read More »
The Christian Outlook – April 13, 2019
Frank Sontag talks with Abby Johnson, former Planned Parenthood clinic director, about the movie, “Unplanned.”Read More »
The Christian Outlook – March 9, 2019
The Common Good hosts Ian Simkin and Brian From talk to Naomi’s House executive director Simone Halpin about New York’s proposed legalization of prostitution and how that could make sex trafficking worse. Halpin also shares how Naomi’s House is meeting the needs of those coming out of sex trafficking.
The Common Good’s Ian and Brian talk with Fernando Ortega about his Christian music career.Read More »