You wrote a book but Amazon won’t sell it | The Secret Slide Money Club with Art Rainer
August 9, 2019
Anne Paulk of Restored Hope Network talks about how her books about those leaving the LGBT lifestyle were banned by Amazon. Art Rainer talks about the Secret Slide Money Club Series, teaching kids to live well in a money-driven world. http://tracking.feedpress.it/link/15795/12731258/08-09-2019-Mornings-with-Carmen-HR2.mp3
Mississippi ICE raids expose need for comprehensive immigration reform | Balancing Rights
Public theologian Matthew Hawkins reflects on the recent ICE raids in Mississippi and the deepening need to reform US immigration laws. Matthew and Carmen discuss bipartisan efforts they find hopeful. Political scientist Hunter Baker looks at this past week’s mass shootings and talks about how constitutional rights need to be held in balance. http://tracking.feedpress.it/link/15795/12731188/08-09-2019-Mornings-with-Carmen-HR1.mp3
We have siblings in Iraq, have we forgotten them? | Common rule: Bible before phone
Juliana Taimoorazy of the Iraqi Christian Relief Council talks about the recent UN report on how the horrors of Assyrian Christians refugees are being ignored. Then, is your day’s agenda set and driven by your phone? Does that seem right or righteous? Justin Earley is back to delve more deeply into the Common Rule of Bible before phone. http://tracking.feedpress.it/link/15795/12728595/08-08-2019-Mornings-with-Carmen-HR2.mp3 […]
Who have we become and is who we want to be?
August 8, 2019
Carmen opens this episode with a commentary on Jimmy who was deported from the United States to Iraq and died on the street for lack of insulin. Jimmy didn’t speak Arabic, had never been to Iraq and for those paying attention to such ideological concerns, Jimmy is a Christian. In the second hour of today’s program, Carmen […]
What would you do for a friend? | Is America poised for a 3rd Great Awakening?
August 7, 2019
The friendship of Jonathan and David changed the course of human history. King David became the King of Israel in part because the heir-apparent, Jonathan, recognized, facilitated, submitted to, celebrated, empowered and defended David’s ascension to the throne. August 7, 1801 is the date celebrated as the ignition point of America’s second Great Awakening. […]
Honor/Shame culture and the Gospel | the 5 relationships you need to succeed
Guilt, shame, fear and death are the products of sin. The Gospel is the radically reorienting, liberating, life-giving answer. What do I need to know about the honor/shame cultural worldview in order to effectively communicate the good news of the Gospel to my Muslim neighbors? Audrey Frank shares how in Covered Glory – you will meet […]
Is your doctor prepared for the questions we’re not asking our pastors?
August 6, 2019
Recent research indicates that most Americans do not consult clergy when making major life decisions. Who then are we asking? We’re asking our doctors. Doctors increasingly field questions about all kinds of life decisions because the stress, anxiety, sleeplessness, weight gain, depression, abuse, identity issues we experience affect our health. Dr. David Stevens from the […]
The demons of our days | Do you have any real Christian friends? Are you one?
So much evil and seemingly so few resources in terms of how to respond. Journalists and politicians struggle on air without access to the necessarily moral language and categories in a secular age. And then we hear the Mayor of El Paso, in answer to journalist’s question about whether or not the city is following […]
Dealing with the trauma of mass shootings | Concerns rise for protesters in Hong Kong
August 5, 2019
Dr. Linda Mintle shares the multifactorial nature of mass shootings and other acts of evil today. Although we like to imagine a simple fix, there is no solution save for the transformation of human hearts by God. Perpetrators are dealing with layers of complex pain that is individual, familial, cultural and national. What we want […]
Responding to El Paso and Dayton | Being a purveyor of peace
How do Christians process and respond to violent events as those which took place over the weekend in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio? Nick Pitts from the Institute for Global Engagement and TheBriefing.net discuss the deeply personal nature of evil and its effect on each of us. Carmen offers commentary today on peace and […]