Bryan Fischer, Director of Issue Analysis for Government and Public Policy at the American Family Association, discusses Boy Scouts’ current policy on homosexuals, the IRS harassment of conservatives, and the Benghazi scandal.
Edward Boyer, President and CEO of Mercy Medical Airlift, explains how MMA provides long-distance, charitable transportation for access to specialized medical care, and talks about the organization’s special celebration of the 100,000th mission.
Don Jacobson, author of “When God Makes Lemonade: True Stories That Amaze & Encourage“, shares his personal lemons-to-lemonade experience and discusses how other real-life stories from around the world can help you find unexpected sweetness in the midst of sour circumstances.
Dr. Greg Smalley, executive director of Marriage and Family Formation at Focus on the Family, talks about his new show Everyday Relationships and addresses some of the biggest challenges for today’s couples.
Dale Hanson Bourke, author “The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict,” answers questions about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, providing a framework for American Christians to use in understanding why the conflict occurred, why it continues – and what remains to be done.
David Mulig, director of support services at ACCESS, and veteran Jay Jacobson talk about a new VA program, helping veterans into homes, and the challenges of transitioning families from homelessness to permanent housing.
IQ al Rassooli, Iraqi-born Islam expert/scholar and author of the Trilogy, “Lifting the Veil,” discusses the recent London “hacking” murder and the gradual Islamization of Europe, suggesting ways to deal with the Muslim enemy amongst us.
Phyllis Schlafly, co-author of, “No Higher Power,” discusses border controversy, pointing out major flaws and loopholes in the Gang of Eight’s immigration plan and proposing the kinds of measures she believes need to be included in the bill.