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Parenting Advice – John Rosemond

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Parenting isn’t for cowards. Whether you have children or not, we can better understand our culture by understanding what parents are doing to raise their children today.

On our show, you’ll hear from one of the best child psychologists in the Country about how things changed from the 1960s, homework, chores, parental rights and electronics. You’ll even learn how to be a better spouse.

Today we interview John Rosemond. John Rosemond is family psychologist, nationally-syndicated columnist, and author. He lives in North Carolina and comes to us today to share with us some gems from his article on why children should not be the most important thing in the family.

Darrell Castle on Wiretapping

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Recently, Donald Trump posted this comment: “Terrible! Just found out that Obama had my “wires tapped…”.

Well guess what folks; we might all be on candid camera. How do any of us know if we’re being recorded?

On today’s edition of Home Front, we talk about wiretapping, what the government already can do without a search warrant and the future of Obamacare.

Today we have America’s favorite lawyer, Darrell Castle. Darrell lives in Memphis, Tennessee and serves as a Constitutional scholar extraordinaire. He ran for President of the United States and now is working on making Memphis great again.

 

 

Scott Roberts – Worldviews

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Have you ever wondered why some people are so ignorant about certain issues? It’s been said that Theology drives Philosophy. Agreement starts with having a common understanding of life. On our show today, we discuss what’s wrong with Socialism and what the church is supposed to be doing. You’re going to hear about what is accomplished by going to a foreign country on a Missions trip, and how we can address poverty apart from growing government bigger and how to know the truth.

Today we have Scott Roberts. Scott is from Bellingham, Washington where he pastors Hope in Christ Church.

From the White House to the World – Ginny Brant

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On our show today you’ll be encouraged to hear how things that look bad can end up being good. Our guest shares some little known stories from the White House during the Watergate era. We also discuss cancer and what you can do to survive and overcome.

Today we talk with Ginny Dent Brant. Ginny comes to us from South Carolina and is the author of a book on politics called, Finding True Freedom: From the White House to the World.

The Story of Reality with Greg Koukl

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On our show today we have a conversation with one of the Country’s top experts on worldview. We discuss what’s wrong with our vocabulary, insights on the University of California at Berkley and why social justice is a mis-nomer.

Today we have Greg Koukl. We discuss his newest book, The Story of Reality. Greg is also the founder and president of Stand to Reason and is an adjunct professor of Christian apologetics at Biola University.

The Family Table – Ted Cunningham

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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.

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