Dr. Lawrence Gelman, author of "The Fall From Grace," takes a look at how the United States has fallen away from its original constitutional values and landed where we are today with issues such as the affordable care act as well as a seemingly imperial presidency.
David Kyle Foster, author of Love Hunger, talks about desperate loneliness and sexual obsession that characterized his youth in Hollywood, and shows how God can heal and restore the soul that hungers for love.
Philip Cameron, author of They Call Me Dad, describes his long journey from the comfort of his American home to the orphanages of Eastern Europe to provide help for orphans and save girls from sex trafficking.
Robin Fuller, executive director of Grants Pass Pregnancy Center, talks about men and abortion, and how it relates to Father's Day. Her guest, David Allen, shares how his life was impacted by abortion.
Ps. Pete Slusher of Central Point Community Bible Church talks about Returning Hearts and Malachi Dads programs and shares his experience reaching out to inmates and helping incarcerated fathers restore their lives.
David Rubin, former mayor of Shiloh, Israel, and the founder and president of Shiloh Israel Children’s Fund, reacts to Cantor’s defeat and discusses whether Israel need a Jewish Republican in Congress.
Dr. Karl Benzio, psychiatrist and executive director of Lighthouse Network, shares successful fathering tips, discusses scary side of parenting teenagers with addictions, and talks about recent school shootings.