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Janice Cantore – Retired Police Officer


Today we have a retired police officer from Southern California, Janice Cantore. Janice served in the Long Beach Police Department for 22 years and recently Janice authored a new book called, Crisis Shot (Book 1 in The Line of Duty series) Welcome, Janice!

You’ve seen a lot. We are living in hard times today for police officers. I never allowed my children to call them cops because I thought that was disrespectful. Now people are watching Youtube videos of all sorts of horrible behavior. I guess you don’t have to be a police officer to get the inside scoop on what’s happening. What is your impression of police work today?

The Wellness Revelation


On our show today, we talk with a fitness expert who shares some valuable information that will help all of us feel better.

Today we have the founder and author of the Wellness Revelation, Alisa Keeton.  Alisa is an expert on how we can lose what weighs us down so we can love God, ourselves and others.

Fitness is something you either love or avoid.  Regardless of what category  you’re in, we all can agree we will be more effective if we’re stronger and more energized.

Representative Mike Moon


Today, I’m going to introduce  you to a current Missouri State Representative, Mike Moon, who is brave, principled and honorable.  It takes one to know one.  On our show today, you’re going to gain some insights into what it takes to have integrity and how to have a clean conscience in the political world.

The purpose for a special session is to address urgent legislative necessities, yet most governors call these to showcase their positions and to provide political theater for lobbyists and political junkies.  As my friend, Mike Moon, was preparing to go back to Jefferson City, he recorded a video of himself butchering a chicken, which is what he does for his livelihood.  It caused a lot of excitement similar to some of the National sensation I experienced when I was in office.   You can watch it here.

Ray Comfort – Exit Interview


Anyone who watches politics is bound to experience depression at some point.  This show will help you learn how to beat your own low times and find ideas for pull yourself together when you’re feeling disappointed with life.

On today’s episode, we talk with Ray Comfort.   Ray is the Founder and CEO of Living Waters and the best-selling author of more than 80 books, He co-hosts the television program “The Way of the Master.” He is also the Executive Producer of “180,” and “Evolution vs. God,”  Today we get to talk with him about his newest movie that just came out called “Exit.”

Our National Motto


On our show today we talk about our National Motto, In God We Trust.

It’s funny how some people freak out when they hear any trace of God. Our guest said he went into a public school near Halloween, he said he saw witches on brooms, Dracula with blood dripping from his teeth, zombies ghouls and goblins. He saw every ghost, but the Holy Ghost because He’s not allowed in. And you tell me none of that traumatized our children, but you think the National Motto will traumatize our children?

It’s time for us to stop being ignorant. The National Motto was designed to unify our Country. On our show today, you’ll hear why.

Today, we interview Rick Saccone. Rick currently serves in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. Rick was born in 1958, served in the Air Force and was elected to the Pennsylvania House in 2010, where he is currently serving. If you want to learn more, you can go to www.inGodweTrustpa.org or www.inGodweTrust-America.org.

Bernie Davis – The Back to Basics Story


Today we interview Bernie Davis. Bernie has had Back to Basics Christian Bookstore for nearly 30 years and shares with us some insights into the Christian Retail industry.

There is a time for everything and a season under heaven. When you listen to our show today, you will come away with a glimpse of what’s happening to retail in America and why Christian Bookstores all across our Country are closing. We’re going to share some untold stories and I think you’ll walk away encouraged by some of the lessons learned.

Ray Comfort – “Banana Man”


We all know people who won’t speak up, won’t get involved, won’t challenge the status quo because they’re afraid of being misunderstood.  Have you ever wondered how some people can be so good at turning negatives into positives?

Today we interview Ray Comfort.  Ray is the Founder and CEO of Living Waters and the best-selling author of more than 80 books, He co-hosts the television program “The Way of the Master. He is also the Executive Producer of “180,” and “Evolution vs. God,”  On our show today, you’re going to hear from someone who is a master communicator using his gift to make a difference.

John Van Sloten – Every Job a Parable


On our show today, we talk about work. Ever since the creation of mankind, the first task God gave Adam was to tend the garden. Some people find their work to be very meaningful, others not so much. Yet, all work has dignity. You’re about to hear the lessons learned from each job we do.

Today we interview John Van Sloten. John lives in Calgary Alberta, Canada and is the author of the new book called Every Job a Parable—What Walmart Greeters, Nurses and Astronauts tell us about God.

Doug Tjaden – Financial Forecast


Money and monetary systems are not morally neutral!

How you spend your money and how governments spend your money is a reflection of your priorities. Will the stock market crash again? Should we invest in gold and silver?

Listen to hear what kind of philosophy our monetary system promotes and what you need to know about it.

Our guest today is Doug Jaden. Doug is an expert on monetary reform and co-leads the public policy group on monetary policy for the statesman project.

Gracia Burnham, Former Hostage


Today we interview Gracia Burnham, a missionary who was held hostage by Muslim terrorists for over a year. You’re going to hear how to understand what’s going on in the world and how to keep your faith no matter what happens next.

Gracia and her husband, Martin, were in the Philippines with New Tribes Missions. They were hostages for over a year before they were rescued. In the attempt to rescue them, they were all shot, Martin’s wound was fatal.

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