Researcher and apologist John Mittendorf continues our new series on LGBT and the Bible, discussing the theology of the movement and examining whether homosexuality is a choice or genetic and unchangeable.
Barby Ingle, best-selling author and chronic pain advocate, explains how she accrued almost $1 million in medical bills and what anyone can do to deal with their mounting debt, while still looking for a cure.
Laurie Cardoza-Moore, founder and president of Proclaiming Justice to the Nations, discusses the recent kidnapping and killing of the three Israeli teens and talks about the success of PJTN’s documentary Israel Indivisible
Matthew Clark, Associate Counsel for Government Affairs and Media Advocacy with the ACLJ, talks about Boehner’s recent threats to sue President Obama, and discusses recent Hobby Lobby victory and Obama’s immigration plans.
Mary Landberg, award-winning photographer and hospice RN, talks about her new book Enduring Love (a collection of hospice portraits), sharing grand love stories, conversations with the dying, and their advice for the living.