How can the states empower their people and find emancipation from the federal government? Former New York Sen. James Buckley joins Janet to discuss his book, “Saving Congress from Itself.” Plus: Dr. Gary Lovejoy talks about finding hope in the shadow of depression from his book, “Light in the Darkness.” And Sharon Kay Ball addresses the problem of domestic abuse and how God’s Word can set victims free. Her book is called, “Abuse to Favor.” That and more — join us! 1-800-343-9282.
Articles of Interest
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (BP) — Although I have been in the ministry nearly 30 years, the Fayetteville ordinance promoting the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) agenda was the first time I felt the need to oppose the local government to stop an action they had taken. On Dec. 9, Fayetteville voters successfully repealed the ordinance, which the city council had enacted on Aug. 19. While I will be glad for this issue never to occur again, a few lessons have been learned along the way:Read More »
For the first time in more than two decades of Pew Research Center surveys, there is more support for gun rights than gun control. Currently, 52% say it is more important to protect the right of Americans to own guns, while 46% say it is more important to control gun ownership. Support for gun rights has edged up from earlier this year, and marks a substantial shift in attitudes since shortly after the Newtown school shootings, which occurred two years ago this Sunday.Read More »
Candy canes, Christmas trees, manger scenes . . . if you’re like many Americans, these symbols conjure up fond memories of Christmas—the day Christians celebrate the birth of Christ. As a country, we love celebrating the Christmas season, but in recent years, the holiday has come under attack due to its religious origins. MUM’S THE REASON FOR THE SEASON? For example, the hostility is epitomized in the infamous “Candy Cane Case,” which began in 2003 when two Plano Independent School District (ISD) elementary school students tried to hand out goodie bags during their class’ “winter parties,” but their principals banned their gifts because they contained religious content.Read More »
Nathan Scott is a student at Florida State University in Tallahassee. He has a job working in the school library and is a member of Students for Concealed Carry on Campus at FSU. And he is a (barely) walking example of why his cause is so crucial, after being shot in the library recently and having no way to defend himself. The group has been lobbying for several years to get the ban on lawful concealed carry of firearms on campus lifted. They argue that in a life-or-death crisis, when seconds count, police being just minutes away is not good enough. In the event of a violent criminal attack, they argue, a lot of damage can be done in the minutes – or seconds – before police can arrive.Read More »
Janet talks with former Congressman Allen West about how the United States should handle ISIS in Iraq.
From the Blog
It’s time again for the toughest job I do all year — highlighting my top 10 books! This year, the task was especially hard. In the final analysis, I believed it critically important to include a few must-reads that, while not specifically Christian books, are what I consider to be highly important books for Christians. So after much consideration and a (very...Read More »