Dr. Alveda King, Pastoral Associate and Director of African-American Outreach for Priests for Life and Gospel of Life Ministries, shares her own story of abortions, guilt, God’s forgiveness, and a mission to give voice to the voiceless.
Isaiah Jacob, instrumental artist, talks about his talent and how one day he just picked up a guitar and started playing, and shares his views on how music can be used to minister to the hurting world.
Paula Kewskin, writer-producer of Honor Diaries documentary, discusses whether the captive girls of Boko Haram are an isolated incident or an indication that something more serious and pervasive is at play, and suggest better ways for the U.S. administration to bring back the girls.
Todd Starnes, author of God Less In America, takes a humorous look at America’s decaying values and the growing intolerance toward conservative ideas and values by the very groups and individuals touting “tolerance” of the liberal agenda in today’s national spotlight.
Anita Dittman, Author of “Trapped in Hitler’s Hell,”shares a personal story of overcoming the horrors of Nazi work camps and talks about discovering the Messiah’s faithfulness in the midst of the Holocaust
Kerri Pomarolli, comedian and author of the new devotional Moms’ Night Out, shares hilarious stories and insights on daily life and shows how God’s gracious provision of love and faithfulness is at work in every Mom’s life
Mark VonHolle, Director of Business Development at R.A. Murphy Construction, Inc., talks about ways to develop strong tech economy in Southern Oregon, describes regional challenges and outlines phenomenal opportunities.
Bryan Platt of Jackson Co. Right to Life gives update on the signature-gathering efforts to stop taxpayer funding of abortion, explains how to fill out forms and gather signatures in churches, and previews a special event we’ll be part of next week