Today’s Guests John Bradley – Lamia Afghan Foundation John was a lieutenant general in the United States Air Force who served as Commander of the United States Air Force Reserve Command. He and Carmen discuss the various situations surrounding Afghanistan, including those who are left behind. Mark Mittelberg – Author of “Contagious Faith” “Contagious Faith: Discover […]
Remember “Mission Drift”? It was a book by Peter Greer, Chris Horst and Anna Haggard in which they offer empirical data and stories about the drift of many Christian churches and organizations over time. Beyond forgetting their first love, these organizations and institutions leave the narrow way for any number of pursuits that conform to […]
Today’s Guests Nick Pitts – Fellow, Institute for Global Engagement The transgender conversation continues today and is likely continuing in many households and neighborhoods since many more people know someone who is transgender. On an unrelated note, while it is becoming more common to know a transgender person, we also may begin to know more […]
Today’s Guests Paul Asay – Plugged In We have reviews for “Jungle Cruise,” “Nine Days,” and “Resort to Love.” Paul also leads us through the best Olympic movies for families and the news that Facebook…wants your prayers. David Schmus – President of Christian Educators Association, International There are many Christians serving in public schools who […]
(Originally posted October 2016) Last week, Israel’s last living “Founding Father,” Shimon Peres, died. His death reintroduces into our American newscycle the very recent history of the nation of Israel and current realities facing the Jewish people in the Middle East. As believers and students of the Bible, we should be educated on what is […]
An opinion piece appeared yesterday in the Washington Post that deserves our attention. It is penned by David von Drehle: a columnist for The Washington Post, where he writes about national affairs and politics. So he’s out of his lane here, opining about the recent action of more than 100 Roman Catholic churches in Germany […]
Carmen LaBerge is a writer, speaker, and Christian talk-radio host. Since seminary, Carmen has served in congregational, national renewal, and media ministries all with the goal of equipping Christians for faithful witness in the real world. 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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