Mike LeMay and David Fiorazo host a daily one-hour, live radio program tackling tough issues and sharing the news of the day that affects Christians. Listen each weekday from 9 - 10 a.m. CST on Q90 FM (90.1 on the radio) or stream live online. Since December of 2010, this exclusive and local program has featured commentary and opinions on issues that affect true believers - presented with a straight, thoughtful, biblical approach.
With hundreds of millions of dollars spent, and the majority of Americans invested in the election of the next president, people have fallen into basically one of two "camps": Those who believe Donald Trump will turn our nation around, and those who believe he will run it into the ground. The truth is this: Donald Trump is neither our savior, nor is he the Antichrist. But most Americans have been conditioned to look to men for solutions instead of humbling ourselves before God and seeking His solutions.
My guest this morning wrote a fascinating book laying out his thoughts on why America seems headed for disaster--and why it is futile to look for hope in a person or political party. Steve Deace is an author, radio talk show host and committed disciple of Jesus Christ who is a student of the Bible, history and politics. His book "A Nefarious Plot" has been widely hailed as an excellent critique of the challenges America faces and why we seem incapable of returning our nation to its former greatness.
No, we don't mean we are questioning the necessity and value of sharing the gospel; we mean using questions in our conversations with others to share the good news of Jesus Christ. How many times do we try to witness to lost people only to find our efforts thwarted by people who seem like they have their minds made up and just don't want to hear what we are saying?
We look to the example of Jesus who often taught using questions. Joining us today is Jay Seegert to discuss the power of asking questions and how to get people to think.
We check in with Dr. Charles Ware today, President of Crossroads Bible College in Indiana to discuss Christian leadership, character, reason and racial reconciliation as we look to God's Word to guide us.
When we look at the confusion and lack of moral compass and common sense displayed by more and more young people today, perhaps we have to look no further than "Higher Education" to see the cause. This morning we cover a news story about how secular Universities are pandering to students who are "searching and confused" about their sexual identity. Just when you thought things couldn't get more bizarre.
As committed Christians around the world suffer persecution and are forced to celebrate Christmas in secret, Americans seem more obsessed with commercialism and gifts this time of year, instead of truly reflecting on what Jesus did and how we can share this good news with others.
The freedom and salvation we have in Jesus Christ can never be taken from us. The freedom we have under the United States Constitution however, has been under attack for decades and will continue to be. Why? Because the Left will never relent on their godless agenda, working to eradicate biblical Christianity from American society.
President George Washington once said, “If freedom of speech is taken away, then dumb and silent we may be led, like sheep to the slaughter.” Was this an exaggeration or are religious freedoms, particularly those protected under the First Amendment, that important?
Today's guest, Brad Dacus states, "Freedom is a gift from God." Dacus is president of the Pacific Justice Institute and has been on the front lines in this battle.
False teachers and teachings are infiltrating the professing Church in America. There is a dynamic tension in the Bible: We are to the best of our ability get along with all professing believers, yet we are called to speak out against false teachings that lead people astray. How do we strike this delicate but important balance?
Pastor Saiko Woods discusses the divide in America and in the church, but most importantly, contending for the faith without being contentious. David Fiorazo has another "Media Watch" segment to help us understand the dangers of the agenda of secular media.