Praying all the time everywhere | Essential Arabic for cultural engagement today
September 5, 2019
When do you pray? How do you pray? With whom do you pray? And about what do you pray? Kathy Branzell heads up the National Day of Prayer effort and she’s a prayer warrior. Kathy and Carmen talk about the prayers of high school students in Odessa, Texas, the prayers surrounding 9/11 and the call […]
America’s shame culture: is it really 1642 all over again?
June 26, 2018
Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter is set in 1642. Three hundred and seventy five years later, the political left is publicly shaming those who don’t publicly align with the new Puritanism of the political left. “Anger and division in American politics are creating a rising phenomenon: the public shaming and shunning of political figures while […]