Sarah Huckabee Sanders, a former White House press secretary for the Trump Administration, announced in January 2021 that she is running for governor of Arkansas in 2022. Her father, Mike Huckabee, who is a former governor of the state, is pleased with his daughter's decision. Learn more in this episode with Nadia Joy Schult.
After the Capitol breach in Washington on Jan. 6, many states deployed National Guard troops to protect the Capitol. But 5,000 Guardsmen were sent to a parking garage, which appears to be a national disgrace. Learn what happened in this episode with host John Matarazzo.
Under the new Biden Administration, many have asked what the U.S. relationship with Israel will be like moving forward. But Biden's secretary of state, Anthony Blinken, has vowed to maintain the positive relationship with Israel that the Trump Administration built. Learn more in this episode with host John Matarazzo.
In President Trump's last few days in office, he issued a declaration that Jan. 22 be known as National Sanctity of Human Life day. In this episode with host Nadia Joy Schult, find out what's so special about the date chosen for this celebration of life.
With Joe Biden taking the oath of office as the 46th president of the United States, many conservative Christians are struggling with this turn of events. Jamie Morgan, lead pastor of Life Church in Williamstown, New Jersey, offers 10 Spirit-filled ways to respond right now. Hear what they are from host John Matarazzo in this episode.
Several major retail stores are pulling Mike Lindell's MyPillow products. Why? He is being accused of spreading voter fraud conspiracies and claims that the election was rigged. Find out more in this episode with host John Matarazzo.
The annual March for Life event held in Washington, D.C., is going virtual this year. Set to take place on the National Mall on Jan. 29, 2021, organizers announced the move to online because of "heightened pressures" on law enforcement and the COVID-19 pandemic. In this episode, find out from host Nadia Joy Schult how you can participate in the virtual event.
Mrs. Joanne Rogers, widow of famed children's television pioneer and minister Fred Rogers, died in Pittsburgh, where "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" was filmed for many years. In this episode with host Nadia Joy Schult, learn more about Mrs. Rogers' life and accomplishments.
With COVID-19 ravaging California, Gov. Gavin Newsom has instituted strict lockdowns and targeted churches for indoor worship. Evangelist Mario Murillo set up a tent revival in Bakersfield to reach people who felt the need for a move of God. Now the revival has been extended. Listen to hear more good news from host John Matarazzo.
Some arrests have been made related to the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol incursion. Left-wing activist John Earle Sullivan was among them. Host John Matarazzo reports in this episode on the mission of Sullivan's group and why the well-known activist wants you to "join the revolution."
The Supreme Court has reinstated a U.S. Food and Drug Administration rule that required women purchasing abortion drugs to pick them up in person. Now women who want to induce abortion at home cannot receive the chemical abortion pill mifepristone by mail. In this episode with host John Matarazzo, learn about the Trump administration's actions in this case.
In the aftermath of his second impeachment and recent riots at the Capitol, President Trump shared a message with Americans condemning the violence and encouraging unity. Hear the details in this episode with host Nadia Joy Schult.
Should sidewalk counselors at abortion clinics be allowed to pray? The U.S. Supreme Court has opted not to take a pro-life speech case that may have addressed that question. Find out more about this Liberty Counsel case in this episode with host John Matarazzo.
After the success of the first “Pray on MLK” event, the faith leaders of the organization Civil Righteousness are calling believers to attend this follow-up event to spark deeper engagement in racial reconciliation. Host Nadia Joy Schult shares more about this Martin Luther King Day event in this episode.
After Twitter announced a permanent ban on the personal account of President Donald Trump "due to the risk of further incitement of violence," world leaders decried the social media platform. Find out why in this episode with host John Matarazzo.
The COVID-19 pandemic may have been a key to open people's hearts to the gospel. Led by Pastor Greg Laurie, California-based Harvest Ministries saw more than 150,000 people profess faith in Christ in 2020. In this episode with host John Matarazzo, find out about all of the channels Laurie's ministry used last year and continues to use to effectively reach out to those in need.
Wearing a beard in a pandemic could threaten your paycheck. When a Messianic Christian refused to shave his beard because of his religious beliefs, his employer said he would have to go on unpaid leave until he shaved. That’s when the American Center for Law and Justice learned about the threat to his religious liberty and chose to represent him. Hear what happened next in this episode with host John Matarazzo.
The Canadian province of British Colombia has banned indoor events because of COVID-19. But Riverside Calvary Chapel of Langley has continued its in-person worship services indoors. Now police have cited the church a second time. In this episode with host John Matarazzo, find out why the church thinks it's so important to meet for corporate worship.
Some of the most thrilling stories of courage in the Bible involve the Philistines. To shed light on recent discoveries about this fearsome people group, the Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C., is hosting a live Zoom webinar. Learn more in this episode with host Nadia Joy Schult.
The certification of the electoral college count is normally a formality, but this year, frustrations about the outcome of the November 2020 election piqued in fury. Although many of President Trump's supporters were peaceful, a group of rioters breached the U.S. Capitol building and lawmakers were forced into temporary lockdown. President Trump acknowledged the election fraud in a video but asked those causing trouble in Washington to go home in peace. Hear more from host John Matarazzo in this episode on what happened on this sad and historic day in the nation's capital.
A Christian school in Toledo County, Ohio, stood up to what its leadership believed were unfair and inconsistent COVID-19 restrictions in the county. Find out about the school's win for religious freedom in this episode with host John Matarazzo.
Democratic Congressman Emanuel Cleaver, who is also a United Methodist pastor, prayed to open the session of the 117th Congress, but his was a rather controversial prayer. Find out who he prayed to and how his prayer ended in this episode with host Nadia Joy Schult.
Pastor Mark Allen McWilliams lost his life in his East Texas church Sunday, Jan. 3. In this episode, host John Matarazzo reports on what transpired when the pastor discovered someone was hiding from police in the Starrville Methodist Church.
Many Christians continue to pray against fraud and deception in the November 2020 election determining whether Donald Trump or Joe Biden becomes president. Now we come to next stage, certifying the electoral college votes. On Jan. 6, 2021, several U.S. senators plan to object to the count of the electoral college votes. Find out what is expected to transpire that day in this episode with host John Matarazzo.