11/17/17 – Needed Now: Shut down Islamist Money Trail and Pass the Parental Rights Law

Needed Now: Shut down Islamist Money Trail and Pass the Parental Rights Law. We are joined by David Swindle (Islamist Watch) and Justin Murff (Parental Rights Organization). Topics discussed include: How Money Flows to Islamic Terrorist Networks. The Latest Congressional Effort to Pass Parental Rights legislation. Why is it needed?

 

11/16/17 – Current Events from a Biblical and Constitutional Perspective

Current Events from a Biblical and Constitutional Perspective. We are joined by David New (Constitutional Attorney). Topics discussed include: The latest on Pres. Trump and ‘collusion’. The latest concerning Judge Roy Moore. Congressional Double Standard. Accusations against Sen. Al Franken.

11/14/17 – Current Events: NC Church Fire. Accusations against Senate Candidate Moore

Current Events from a Biblical and Constitutional Perspective. We are joined by Curt Abee (Providence Baptist Church member) and Rich Hobson (Chief of Staff for Senate Candidate Judge Roy Moore). Topics discussed include: NC Church fire. The accusations against Senate candidate Roy Moore. Have any of those accusing Judge Moore in Washington D.C. picked up the phone to speak with him personally? What is the vetting process for someone to run for public office?

Can America learn about how to handle terrorism from Israel?

Are there examples from Israel that would assist America to better prepare for terrorist attacks? Is America not properly understanding the enemy?

Does having a gun or security team in place at church mean not having trust in God?

Pastors teach their congregations to trust and have faith in God. Does having a gun or security team in place mean that we don’t have enough trust in God?

What churches need to do to prevent church shootings

What must be done at all places of worship to keep church shootings from continuing to occur?

How should a shepherd protect his congregation?

If a pastor has the attitude that he would not/should not use any implement (especially a gun) to protect his congregation, or himself, is that a true shepherd?

Perspective on carrying a gun to church

Bob Burgess (pastor, veteran of law enforcement for 38 years) puts into perspective the concept of carrying a gun to church

11/7/17 – The TX church shooting: How churches can protect themselves

The TX church shooting: How churches can protect themselves. We are joined by Bob Burgess (pastor, veteran of law enforcement for 38 years). Topics discussed include: Do guns save lives? How does an event like this affect those who work it (removal of bodies, collection of evidence, etc.)? What takes place in any event like this? How could someone put into perspective having a gun in church? Pastors teach their congregations to trust and have faith in God. Does having a gun or security team in place mean that we don’t have enough trust in God?

Solutions for church violence and community tragedies

Do Christians have the right to defend themselves? Advice for the listeners who have gone through a tragedy and begin to doubt God’s goodness and/or His sovereignty as a result.