Angel Tree in the summer – sending the kids of prisoners to camp as an act of restorative justice
May 31, 2019
Carmen leads off with Adam Holz from Focus on the Family’s Plugged In on the rising tide of anti-life virtue signaling from Hollywood’s production companies as more and more states pass life-affirming laws. Georgia is currently at issue. Two weeks ago we talked with Van Jones about his CNN series, The Redemption Project. Today we […]
Sometimes life takes you places you don’t want to go, Coffee With Mom by Mike Glenn
Carmen leads off this conversation with Matthew Hawkins on life and liberty. Then, Carmen is joined by pastor Mike Glenn of Brentwood Baptist for a conversation about his new book, Coffee with Mom: Caring for a parent with dementia. He observes, “Sometimes life takes you places you don’t want to go,” as he shares in […]
Who heals the healers when trauma strikes a community?
May 30, 2019
Rev. Matt Crebbin is a pastor in Newtown Connecticut. December 14, 2012 started out like any other day – but ended like no other day. In fact, its a day that changes every other day for Matt, his congregation, his community and the world. After the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School where 28 […]
Seminary prof on Socialism as a false religion
Bruce Ashford, provost of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, comes right out and calls socialism a false religion. He and Carmen discuss Marxism and the person behind the failed utopian promise of socialism. Ashford lays out the argument for why socialism is a religion – and a false one at that. They discuss socialism’s negative effects, […]
What difference does one life make?
May 29, 2019
Carmen talks with Jonathan Den Hartog about the power and purpose of memory as they discuss the upcoming 75th anniversary of D-Day. Dr. Den Hartog says “history helps us understand who we are; to build and reinforce our identity as citizens and Christians.” Have you ever wondered if you were made for more than […]
Whose life are you living? And who decides whose life is worth living?
Carmen talks with Thaddeus Williams about REFLECT: Becoming Yourself by Mirroring the Greatest Person in History plus Carmen’s commentary on the Supreme Court decision on the Indiana abortion law. http://tracking.feedpress.it/link/15795/11408167/05-29-2019-Mornings-with-Carmen-HR1.mp3
Mornings w Carmen 5-28-2019 hour 2: Affairs of the heart, foreign affairs and faith
May 28, 2019
When it comes to the news, why does it seem there are so many versions of the truth? Professor Peter Kapsner talks about his experience covering the Timberwolves for NBC. “Three of us could watch the same game and write very different stories. Why? Because we’re speaking to different audiences.” How does that help us […]
Mornings w Carmen 5-28-2019 hour 1: Culture gardening
From Genesis 1:27-29 we see that culture is the garden in which God sets people to flourish. The garden of culture is corrupted but good fruit is called forth in every season through those who are in Christ (John 15). In this episode Carmen talks through the gardening imagery calling forth a harvest of righteousness […]
The 3 most powerful words in conversation
May 24, 2019
What are people watching and who is watching you watch what you watch? Adam Holz from PluggedIn joins Carmen to talk about Aladdin, Game of Thrones critics, viewership of final episodes and a range of topics related to the big and small screen. Carmen offers a closing commentary on the war of words in Washington […]
Mornings w Carmen 5-24-2019 hour 1: Is culture just a river carrying you along?
Carmen talks with the former and current policy directors for the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention about the cultural conversations of the day and how to influence those trends from a Christian worldview. Matthew Hawkins responds to an article wherein culture is likened to an irresistible river moving in an […]