Tag Archives: Nigeria

India, Venezuela, Nigeria, Sudan: A Look at the Church and Christian Work in Troubled Places

Christian Outlook – May 18, 2019

Kevin McCullough is joined by Byron York, of the Washington Examiner, to talk about the Russian collusion story and the “surveillance” of candidate Donald Trump.

Craig Roberts talks with Sean Lawrence from Giving Children Hope Ministries about their efforts to help those fleeing the trouble in Venezuela.

Don Kroah talks with Andreas Thonhauser of Alliance Defending Freedom and ADF’s involvement in helping persecuted Christians in India.

Don Kroah welcomes Nigerian human rights attorney Emmanuel Ogebe to talk about the dangers faced by Christians in Nigeria.

Lee Michaels is joined by Sonny Hernandez of Reforming America Ministries to look at what faithful Christian witness looks like today in the face of an increasingly antagonistic secular society.

Bob Burney and Kevin McCullough talk about Christian Solidarity International‘s efforts to combat slavery in Sudan.

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“Unplanned” Surprises at Box Office: Abby Johnson—the Real-Life Figure Behind the Film

The Christian Outlook – April 6, 2019

Eric Metaxas talks to Abby Johnson, the former Planned Parenthood worker who is at the center of the movie, “Unplanned.” With Georgia and other states moving to protect unborn human life, Dr. Albert Mohler looks at the Hollywood elite opposition that could be described as nothing short of bullying. Don Kroah turns to Lou Ann Sabatier of 21st Century Wilberforce for a look at their efforts for the cause of religious liberty around the globe.  Kroah talks to Dede Laugesen about the religious persecution and violence from Islamist radicals in Nigeria and other parts of Africa. Kroah finishes the show out by sitting down with Any Keener of Wycliffe to talk about the current risk facing many indigenous languages.

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A Banner Session at the Supreme Court: First Amendment Victories as Kennedy Retires


Christian Outlook – June 30, 2018

Georgene Rice and Jim Campbell, an attorney from the Alliance Defending Freedom, discuss the Supreme Court’s decision on NIFLA v. Becerra. Kate Anderson, also with ADF, explains to Kevin McCullough the Supreme Court’s decision not to take up the case of Baronelle Stutzman, a florist in Washington state. Eric Metaxas and ADF lead attorney Kristen Waggoner talk with Baronelle about the case. Kevin McCullough and Joy Pullmann of the Federalist talk about incivility. Don Kroah talks with Jerry Johnson, president of the National Religious Broadcasters, about Pastor Andrew Brunson, imprisoned in Turkey. Don Kroah talks about Christians targeted in Nigeria. Eric Metaxas turns to Adam Carrington of Hillsdale College to talk about incivility in our increasingly toxic public square and then reflect on the meaning of the 4th of July.

 

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Christian Wisdom for College Grads

The Christian Outlook – May 26, 2018

Kevin McCullough talks with Kimberly Strassel of the Wall Street Journal who has been closely following the story about the FBI informant that was placed within the Trump campaign. Bob Burney explains how the head of the Catholic Church, Pope Francis, caught the attention of many, with his comments to a gay man in a recent encounter. Albert Mohler shares how the Pope has been giving an informal “wink and nod” to many controversial topics opposed Catholic teaching. Pete Peterson of Pepperdine’s Graduate School of Public Policy and Craig Roberts has more on California Assembly Bill 2943, that is aimed at restricting counseling services and materials related to sexual orientation. Don Kroah talks with Ladi Peter Thompson, his Nigerian guest, who shares about his experience with Boko Haram and the many underlying forms it is taking. Terry Mattingly speaks with Eric Metaxas about the life and writings of author/journalist Tom Wolfe who passed on May 14 at age 88. Author Erica Reitz and Mark Elfstrand discuss her new book, After College: Navigating Transitions, Relationships and Faith. John Moriarty, an Ohio pastor and avid runner, joins Bob Burney to talk about an upcoming a run organized to shed light on problem of human trafficking.

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North Korean Missiles, the Language Debate on Gender and a Reminder of the Cost of Christian Faith

The Christian Outlook — December 02, 2017

In light of yet another North Korean missile launch, Kevin McCullough turns to retired General Jack Kean and retired Colonel David Hunt on what an open conflict with North Korea would look like.  Rachel Greszler of the Heritage Foundation speaks with Georgene Rice on a clear eyed-look at the tax reform packages being pushed in Congress. Columnist and acclaimed Christian Peter Hitchens, brother of the late atheist Christopher Hitchens, shares with Eric Metaxas about the pressure to concede to new language on the transgender issue and how it is an infringement on free speech.  Representative Diane Black of Tennessee explains to Eric Metaxas how the Conscience Protection Act would protect employees who hold religious convictions. Albert Mohler shares how mainline Protestant denominations are almost competing for which one will go furthest left the fastest. David Peck of Azusa Pacific University speaks with Frank Sontag about the importance of setting good boundaries with technology in an effort to protect the companionship of family.  Bob Burney tells a story coming out of Nigeria of the dangers of Islam and how it tragically affects missionaries who interface with various Islamist movements.

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TCO 6/15/17: A Sober Week in Washington

Don Kroah turns to Congressman Walter Jones to talk about the Virginia baseball shooting that left four men injured. Dr. Albert Mohler looks at an astonishing exchange between Senator Bernie Sanders and a Trump nominee. Kroah interviews Elijah Brown about the outworking of his faith in Somalia. Former President and CEO of World Relief Stephan Bauman joins the Georgene Rice Show to discuss how a Christian can live without fear. Eric Metaxas speaks with President of Open Doors about Boko Haram—an Islamic terrorist group that kidnaps young Christian girls in Nigeria.

 

 

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