Diane Kosmatka, RN and Community Liaison for Providence Home Services, gives tips on how to prepare for death and talks about the lecture series “Conversations about dying… and living well until it happens.”
David Rubin, former mayor of Shiloh, Israel, and founder Shiloh Israel Children’s Fund discusses President Obama’s agenda for the Middle East and his view on the formation of an independent Palestinian state.
Preacher and musician Bradlee Dean (You Can Run But You Cannot Hide International) talks about a major national victory to be allowed to preach at a Florida high school being kicked out three weeks ago.
Bill Muir, executive producer of “Lost Medallion: Adventures of Billy Stone,” talks about his latest movie ahead of its nationwide release and explains how the film communicates the Christian message of God’s love.
Dave Dotterrer, Oregon House and Senate Republican Budget Coordinator, examines different philosophies behind Democrats and Republicans' budgets and explains how the PERS issue fits into these budget discussions.
John and Bonnie Nystrom, missionaries and authors of “Sleeping Coconuts,” share the remarkable story of devastation and recovery from the Papua New Guinea Tsunami, which helped bring Scripture to thousands in wake of disaster.