Ray Comfort, president of Living Waters Publications and producer of the new movie Audacity, reacts to the SCOTUS ruling and discusses how Christians can live out the values of the Bible when its teachings are not popular.
Dr. Johnny Hunt, senior pastor at First Baptist Church of Woodstock, GA, talks about his new book Bedtime Devotions with Jesus and discusses how parents can teach children about the Lord and what the Bible says about how we are supposed to follow Him.
Neil McCain, Commander of the Korean War Veterans Association, Department of Oregon, explains the significance of the 'Korean War Memorial Day' on June 25 and talks about the efforts to rename Oregon bridges after Korean War veterans.
Alex McFarland, apologist and culture expert, comments on the upcoming SCOTUS ruling on same-sex marriage and discusses how it will impact our religious liberties and will affect Christians who are standing for truth.
Bishop Harry Jackson, senior pastor of Hope Christian Church, discusses South Carolina church murders and explains how The Reconciled Church (founded by him, Bishop TD Jakes, and James Robison) is healing the racial divide in our country.
Joanne Otte, program director for Wheat Ridge Ministries, explains how her organization supports innovative health and human care initiatives and profiles several millennials who are taking significant action to change the world around them.