Abby Johnson is a former Planned Parenthood clinic director. She travels across the globe sharing her story, seeking to educate the public on pro-life issues and advocating for the unborn. She’s the CEO and founder of And Then There Were[...]
In a short series, we have been exploring different education options for parents to consider. First, we explored charter schools with the founder of a charter network in Arizona. We heard from homeschooling experts and researchers on home education, and then explored classical Christian education[...]
In Colorado, cake artist Jack Phillips declined to bake a specialty cake for a same-sex wedding. Why? Well, Jack Phillips is a Christian and the “what would Jesus do” question is real for him. That leads us to ask what[...]
The Agonizing Ordeal of Eugene Peterson — You Might Be Next— Al Mohler Last week, best-selling author and speaker Eugene Peterson made news for coming out in support of same-sex marriage. Then, he made news again by reversing his statement[...]
Reconnect One, with Carmen LaBerge Don’t you just love it when people don’t let their age get in the way of God using them? The other day I read about Leo. He finally retired at 92 years old. He said[...]
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Carmen LaBerge is a writer, speaker, and host of the daily Christian talk radio show The Reconnect. She is also in her ninth year serving as the President of the Presbyterian Lay Committee, a ministry that’s been working to equip Christians for faithful witness for more than 50 years. She seeks to mobilize Christians to get off the sidelines and into the cultural conversations of the day in ways that honor Jesus.
Carmen is a graduate of the University of Florida with an M.Div. from Princeton. She lives near Nashville, Tennessee, with her husband and family.
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