Perry Atkinson & Steve Johnson talk about Perry’s recent trip to the National Religious Broadcaster’s convention and discuss the recent passage of the Net Neutrality bill, expanding the FCC’s regulations on high-speed broadband providers.
Rich Richmond, founder of The Least of These ministry, and Vitaly Dudukaloff, Ukrainian manager for Operation Christmas Child, talk about their ministry and how it is reaching the lost and forgotten orphaned children in Ukraine.
Nancy Livingood, Social Support Services Manager at Lovejoy Hospice, talks about their upcoming children’s grief support program, designed to help children cope with the death of someone important in their life.
Joshua Butler, Pastor of Local & Global Outreach at Imago Dei Community, talks about his new book “The Skeletons in God’s Closet” and explain how hell, judgment and holy war – despite being tough topics – reveal a good and loving God.
David Rubin, former mayor of Shiloh and author of a new book “Sparks From Zion,” discusses why PM Netanyahu is insisting on his visit to the U.S. in March and why he is receiving praise as well as heavy criticism on both sides of the ocean.
Producer Mitch Wright of Focus on the Family talks about the new movie “The Drop Box” (which tells the story of South Korean pastor and his heroic efforts to protect abandoned babies), and discusses Focus’ future film plans.
Janet Christian, director of Toddler 2 Teen Conference, and Pastor Richard Evans, one of the presenters, preview the upcoming parenting conference and discuss how digital technology is shaping our families and relationships.