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Days of Lot

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On our show today, we interview  Dwight Jones.  Dwight is the pastor of Harvest Christian Center and recently wrote a book  called, “Living in the Days of Lot — The Coming Sodomite Storm.”

America’s Favorite Lawyer

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Today we interview America’s Favorite lawyer, Darrell Castle.  Darrell comes to us today to discuss the hysteria surrounding the corona virus.

While it’s impossible for us to predict the future, there are some signs that add up.  On our show today, we help you connect the dots to see what’s really happening.

Dwight Jones – Days of Lot

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There are some enjoyable parts of living in this culture, but there are enough examples of bad parts to make us cringe.    On our show, we interview Dwight Jones.  Dwight is the pastor of Harvest Christian Center and recently wrote a book  called, Living in the Days of Lot — The coming Sodomite Storm.

Matt Hammitt – Lead Me

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Families are struggling like never before to stay together and have an impact on our culture. What can you do to keep your family together? Today we share with you several secrets for how to prioritize what’s most important.

My guest, Matt Hammitt, is an American singer, songwriter, speaker and author. Matt was the lead singer and songwriter for the band Sanctus Real from 1996-2016. Today we discuss the topic of finding courage to fight for your marriage, children, and faith, as addressed in Matt’s new book, Lead Me.

Nancy Pelosi and Impeachment

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SPECIAL IMPEACHMENT PODCAST:

Nancy Pelosi’s American History Lesson

For years when I was in the legislature I watched as the Democrats acted like they didn’t understand the Constitution, the Declaration of Independence or the political philosophy of our founding fathers.  So, it comes as a surprise when they start quoting our founding documents as if they have any meaning in their actions.

We are either part of the problem or part of the solution.  When someone is wrong, it is important to call him or her out for it.  Otherwise, we become part of the problem.

So, this speech from Nancy Pelosi came at the same time my son needed to do a project for a high school class.  Why not do both — inform, educate and create a project where you can hear special affects whenever someone needs to be corrected.    One of the biggest surprises is that Nancy admits that the reason they had to impeach Trump was to keep him from getting reelected.  We don’t often hear this much honesty, but listen for it and be shocked like I was.

Despite her efforts to claim she’s somber and humble, she sounds like she just woke up from a long nap or just took a tranquilizer.  I think she has a conscience problem.  If you listen to the tone of her voice, she doesn’t sound like even she is convinced this is the right thing to do.  It’s almost like a speech writer put this in front of her and she’s reading it out of duress.

This is designed to be both humorous and insightful, so enjoy!

Dean Sharp – Where Did My Country Go?

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Have you ever been discouraged with the direction the Country is heading? On our show today, we talk about strategies for how we can make a difference. It only takes 3% of the population to change everything.  The real question is are you one of the 3% ?

Our guest, Dean Sharp, is a business executive, family man and the author of two books, Where Did My Country Go and Taking My Country Back (written under his pen name, R Dean Chrisco).

Joyce Smith – Breakthrough

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On Today’s episode, we interview Joyce Smith.  Joyce is the author of The Impossible: The Miraculous Story of a Mother’s Love and Her Son’s Resurrection.

Sometimes we have to simply restate the truth:

1.)  God is who He says He is.

2.)  He can do what He says He can do.

3.)  I am who God says I am.

4.) I’m believing God.

On our show today we discuss the phone call no parent ever wants to receive.

She shared the story of when her son broke through the ice in a lake and nearly died.  This is the story upon which the film BREAKTHROUGH is based.  Joyce is a mom and has a remarkable story to tell us about faith, hope and love.

The Jungle – Ric Nelson

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On today’s episode, we interview Ric Nelson, a missionary with Wycliff Bible Translators for the last 33 years. Ric shares with us some of his perceptions on how the world has changed.

If you would like to find out more about Wycliff, you can go here: https://www.wycliffe.org/partner/1F6147

Shrewd Samaritan – Bruce Wydick

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On this episode, we interview Bruce Wydick.  Bruce is the professor of economics and international studies at the University of San Francisco and a research affiliate at the University of Notre Dame.  He recently wrote a book called, “The Shrewd Samaritan”.

Graham Cole – Demons and Angels

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Today we have Dr.  Graham Cole, dean and professor of biblical and systematic theology at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.

His new book is called  Against the Darkness:  The Doctrine of Angels, Satan and Demons.

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