Today we have two very special guests, D A and Elicia Horton. They have been fighting for their marriage for over 15 years and share some insights from a millennial perspective on the challenges marriages face.
On our show today, you’ll learn how to fight the distractions and temptations of the world, instead of one another and what it takes to be victorious.
As more marriages dissolve, government spending on social welfare programs goes up. When people can’t count on each other, they tend to look for governmental solutions to their problems. By fighting to save your marriage, you’re doing more good than what is measured by your own personal happiness.
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.
On our show today, you’re going to hear the nitty gritty about the religious freedom legislation proposed in Missouri. This show will comfort you. We’ll shed some deeper insights on what happened to cause it’s demise and whether that was good or bad. We interview Tom Martz of the Locke and Smith Foundation to discuss the finer details.
Most people may not realize how much the little things are really the big things. On our show today, we talk about a little thing called marriage. Whether you’re married or not, there’s something in here for you to learn as we talk with one of America’s foremost marriage experts, Dr. Greg Smalley. You’ll learn why some people quit leading their families and what it takes to be truly happy.
You can follow Dr. Greg & Erin Smalley at www.focusonthefamily.com
The Smalleys are hosting an event called—the Honoring Marriage 2016 Event—a nationwide initiative led by Focus On The Family this upcoming Valentine’s Day 2016.
Understanding the murky waters of our Nation’s marriage policy comes down to grasping who’s in charge. There is a lot more the non-judicial branches can do to put some monsters back in their boxes. Fortunately, there are some options available. The only question remaining is whether the current office holders will wield the authority vested in them by the Constitution.
Although the Federal government is stepping into the jurisdiction of the states, there are some meaningful ways to establish clear boundaries. In fact, the states owe it to the national government to demand the line not be crossed.
In today’s edition of Home Front, I share with you a presentation I did in front of a live audience in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, called “Domestic Tranquility. In it we discuss Marriage, marijuana and common core.
So often we are getting shellacked by those who are on the other side because we don’t’ know how to explain what we believe. If you listen today, you will hear some little gems you can use later.
After the live talk, you will get to hear some bonus material to help you think through marijuana legislation.
Back when the government was functioning to protect our property and to define who belonged to whom, I was supportive of government’s record keeping. Now that the US Supreme Court is trying to turn marriage into something unknown and murky, the only point left is to use this as a registry to dole out benefits to anyone who claims to be in a relationship.
Anyone who is on Facebook knows that there is a relationship status that can change as frequently as one wants to find other close friends. I saw a post that said, after changing your relationship status more than three times, it needs to default to “It’s Complicated”.
Have you ever wondered if churches should register with the state to become tax exempt?
Have you ever wondered if people should have to get a marriage license from their state in order to get married?
On today’s edition of Home Front, we get into these issues and get you some good answers. We have a talk with Dr. Chuck Baldwin about the importance of getting churches out of the 501c3 trap and how to get the government out of the marriage business.
Chuck Baldwin’s website is www.chuckbaldwinlive.com
As we prepare to celebrate our Independence Day, it may seem hard to maintain our optimism when we consider how much of our independence we have given away.
You may ask, “How have we have given it away?” By giving the power to govern to the Supreme Court, and by giving so much power to the national government, and by giving away jurisdiction over education to state and federal governments. Yet there are some reasons for optimism.
In this episode, I interview best selling author, Leslie Ludy. Join me for a frank discussion today about what our culture looks like and what we look like. We talk about where our culture it taking us and how you can have a more directed life.
Leslie is the author of the book, When God Writes Your Love Story. She and her husband, Eric, are the authors of 21 books. They also have six children. Today we are talking with her about her newest book, The Set Apart Woman.