Category: Podcast (page 1 of 19)

Constitutional Issues with Rep. Matt Shea


On our show today we talk about what it means to be Constitutional, what happens inside state legislatures, the Johnson Amendment, what churches are supposed to do.

As an added bonus, you’ll get to hear what we should think of the next US Supreme Court nominee.

Instead of doing the 501 c 3, try looking into the 508 c 1 a.

Today we interview Representative Matt Shea. Matt is from the Washington State Legislature and has just been elected to be the Chairman of the Republican Caucus.

The Family Table – Ted Cunningham


We’ve heard a lot of people say, “Make America Great Again”, but what is it going to take to make America great again?

Well, it starts with us. It starts with making the family great again and that will be the beginning of getting a better Country. On today’s show, we talk about how we got where we are today and give you some ideas of what you can do to make things better.

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Michael Desantis


Today we give you some insights on politics from a gentleman who claims to be the youngest campaign manager in the Nation . You’ll learn how the younger generation views our Country. As an added bonus, you’ll get some tips on whether you should run for political office or not.

Our guest today is Michael Desantis. Michael is 19 and claims to be the youngest campaign manager in the Country and is CEO of American Dream Capital & Consulting.

The Divine Intruder


On today’s show we talk about Nazi Germany and the role the church is supposed to play in the battle with the culture. Most importantly, we discuss what you can do to make a difference.

Today we interview James Edwards from Spokane Washington. Dr. Edwards is a Bruner-Welch Professor Emeritus of Theology at Whitworth University. He specializes in the Reformation, the Holocaust, and the German Church Struggle in the 20th century.

Pitching a Fit


Parenting can be exasperating. People get angry… And Life is filled with surprises, especially when you have little people involved.

If you’ve ever gotten angry, we’ve got a show for you!

On today’s edition of Home Front, we share how you can have a happy family despite having to get along with other people. You’ll hear the secret sauce that makes harmony and unity even when circumstances test your endurance.

Today we’re talking with Israel Wayne about his recent book he wrote with his wife, Brook, called, Pitchin a fit.

Israel is an Author and Conference Speaker, and Director of Family Renewal.

The End of Obamacare


The old expression is, “if you want to get out of the rat race, you have to let go of the cheese.” In this case, it’s moldy cheese. So, if you’re confused about all you’re hearing about the repeal of Obamacare, today we explain how you can let go of the cheese and end up in better shape.

On this episode of Home Front, we discuss the repeal of Obamacare with Abigail Nobel. Abigail understands both the medical and political aspects of of this issue, having worked many years in the healthcare profession and holding both a Bachelor of Science in nursing and a Master of Arts in politics. Abigail is currently a public speaker, health policy nurse consultant and publishes articles on health related matters at her website, Dewdrops of Health.

Culture War


Today we bring you Jonathon Van Maren. Jonathon lives in Canada and recently published his book, Culture War.  He’s also a columnist, radio host and speaker.

It’s time for your wake up call. If you’re wondering if there’s a culture war going on, you need to listen to our show today. We discuss the harm caused by pornography, euthanasia and some of the political differences between Canada and the United States.

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Is Santa Claus Real? With Bill Federer


On our show today we discuss if Santa Claus is real, how and why people started believing in him and what difference it made. You’ll get to enjoy a conversation with one of America’s foremost historians! Today we interview William J. Federer. He is a nationally known speaker, best-selling author, and president of Amerisearch, Inc., a publishing company dedicated to researching America’s noble heritage. He does the American Minute and has authored many books including America’s God and County and many more.

Pearl Harbor Survivor Jim Downing


Today we have an interview with 103 year old Pearl Harbor survivor, Jim Downing. Jim was born and raised in Missouri. He’s a World War II Veteran and was stationed in Pearl Harbor during the attack. His new book that just came out is called, The Other Side of Infamy.

Out of the 16 million World War II Vererans, there are only a little over half a million still living today. Soon it will be impossible for us to get to visit with someone who can tell us first hand what it was like. On today’s show, we talk with one of the few survivors left who was stationed in Pearl Harbor during the attack. We owe it to our history to glean a few more gems of wisdom from someone who was there.

The Future of Marriage – Stephen Baskerville


Although there is no governmental solution to make people stay together, there are better ways to keep the government from making things worse!

On our show today we talk with a public policy expert who can navigate through the murky waters and bring some clarity to this debate.

Today our guest is Stephen Baskerville. He is a professor of Government and Director of the International Politics and Policy program at Patrick Henry College. He is also the managing editor of the International Journal of Religious Freedom.

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