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Why Christians are Concerned with Today’s Political Climate


Christian Outlook – September 15, 2018

As Democrats seem to be embracing Socialism, Don Kroah and Dr. Merrill Matthews say they do so in ignorance. Mark Elfstrand talks with Timothy Goeglein, who sat in on the Kavanaugh hearings, about Democrat’s no-limit attempts to discredit the nominee. Frank Sontag talks about Nike’s controversial pick of Colin Kaepernick. Don Kroah and Frank Gaffney look at the large number of Muslim candidates in the upcoming mid-terms. Craig Roberts has Dr. Everett Piper, President of Oklahoma Wesleyan University, why his school is a “university, not a daycare.” Dennis Rainy joins Mark Elfstrand to help parents navigate their kids through the teen years. Georgene Rice talks to Gil Mertz about his book, Forgive Your Way to Freedom, and why it’s important to understand forgiveness.

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State of California Looks to Make Some Church Counseling Illegal


The Christian Outlook – April 7, 2018

Mat Staver, founder and chairman of the Liberty Counsel, joins Georgene Rice to talk about California’s attempt to dictate what type of counseling help is legal and what is illegal. Mark Elfstrand and John Stonestreet, President of the Colson Center for Christian Worldview, examine the topic of school shootings and violence. Frank Sontag addresses troubling statistics pointing to the fatherlessness of our nation’s children. Dr. Albert Mohler, president of the Southern Baptist Seminary, tackles the issue of the decline of European Christianity. Todd Nettleton of Voice of the Martyrs shares with Georgene Rice about the book detailing martyrs Richard and Sabrina Wurmbrand, “Wurmbrand, Tortured for Christ.” Julie Woodley joins Mark Elfstrand to share details of her nightmarish childhood, and the people she thought she could trust and turn to for help, but betrayed her. Bob Burney explains the latest stop on the unstoppable locomotive of political correctness that has barreled through colleges and workplaces, sparing almost no one.

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