Alan Gottlieb, Chairman of the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms, discusses Former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg’s anti-gun campaign and what it reveals about the nature of the gun-grabbers.
Steve Johnson talks to Jackie Agee, development director for the salvation Army, about the problem of homelessness in our area. Jennifer Stoker shares her personal story of living on the street and finding hope at the Salvation Army’s Hope House.
International speaker and transformational leader Dr. Paul Crites shares his thoughts on how individual and business leaders that are facing difficult days in today's new economy can actually thrive and open new doors
Dr. Alex McFarland, director for Christian Worldview and Apologetics at the Christian Worldview Center of N. Greenville University, talks about this year’s Truth for a New Generation Conference and shares his response to HGTV’s recent cancellation of “Flip It Forward” show.
Dr. Bree Keyton, Professor at Faith Bible College, talks about her ministry of rescuing thousands of Pygmies in the Democratic Republic of Congo and her experience of planting churches and Bible Colleges in Africa and South Africa.
Dr. Becca Johnson, featured speaker at the upcoming conference Helping the Hurting Heal, talks about the problem of sex trafficking in our country and discusses whether healing for victims of sexual exploitation is possible.
Anne Paulk, director of The Restored Hope Network, explains how her organizations helps gays convert and lead a Christian life, and responds to a Newsweek article that blasts the Network’s reparative therapy.
Karen Kain, author of A Unique Life Fully Lived, talks about the challenges and the blessings of raising “special needs” children, and shares her own story of creating an extraordinary life for and a very strong bond with her daughter