The American church model and whether or not it is important to be “relevant.”
You just might be the target. A conversation with Carl Gallups.
The significance of that arch in New York City. Gary Kay shares his view on where our world is headed.
… or is it inevitable? Elijah Abraham, a former Muslim, talks about the dangers of radical Islam and a sleeping Church.
This morning we take a look at a couple of news stories and the varying perspectives of well-known pastors and what they believe about the condition of the Church: Andy Stanley and Michael Brown.
Will the Church feel the pain of the unborn? Our guest today is Julaine Appling from Wisconsin Family Council.
Will our leaders wake up before it is too late? Elijah Abraham joins the program.
Justice Scalia dies as America teeters closer and closer to the proverbial edge. Who can save us?
Look at the signs of the season. Gary Kah is back on the program.
Being a child of God is not simply being created in the image of God. Robert Meyer talks America, Christianity and the wacky Presidential race.
We often seem to lack the ability to defend the scriptures and explain them to lost people. Jay Seegert joins us the program today.
In Philadelphia, a police officer gets ambushed by a radical Muslim. European officials are downplaying the role of Islam after dozens of sexual assaults. When will we wake up to reality?
As we continue our theme this week looking at the increasing threats against religious freedom, we can only imagine what lies ahead in 2016 for the Christian Church and our nation. This morning we wade into the murky waters of politics and the political process once again. For believers, is this a necessary battle and […]
Americans are generally an optimistic people. Anita Dittman shares her perspective as a Jewish Holocaust survivor.