Elisabeth Klein Corcoran, Congressman Frank Wolf, Robin Wolaver
Air Date October 7, 2013
Hour 1 – Unraveling
Facing divorce as a Christian is especially painful. Elisabeth Klein Corcoran will share her journey through the pain of divorce to the rediscovery of God’s redemptive power.
Hour 2 – Prisoner of Conscience / The Song of Annie Moses
From the Halls of political power to dangerous places around the world, Congressman Frank Wolf shows us what one person can do to fight injustice and relieve suffering.
The Annie Moses Band is a culmination of four generations of musical heritage, God-given talent and their mother’s blessed determination to nurture their gifts both musically and spiritually. Robin Wolaver will share her story that led her from seclusion and poverty to Carnegie Hall!
Elisabeth Klein Corcoran
Elisabeth Klein Corcoran is an author, blogger, and speaker. With a heart for social justice and outreach to women, she leads international mission trips, organizes women’s meetings, and moderates Facebook groups connected with difficult marriages, domestic abuse, and divorce. She is a regular contributor for websites such as Crosswalk and Grace for Moms
Visit her website for more information
Congressman Frank Wolf
Frank Rudolph Wolf is the U.S. Representative for Virginia's 10th congressional district, serving since 1981. Wolf graduated from Pennsylvania State University with a degree in political science and received a degree in law from Georgetown University Law Center. Congressman Wolf sits on the House Appropriations Committee. He also serves on the Transportation and Housing and Urban Development and State and Foreign Operations subcommittees. In addition, he is the co-chairman of the Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission, a bipartisan organization made up of more than 200 Members of Congress who work together to raise awareness about international human rights issues.
For more information, please visit his website.
Robin Wolaver holds a Bachelor of Music degree in Vocal Performance from Oklahoma City University. She is a singer, speaker and writer living in Nashville, Tennessee with her husband and fellow composer, Bill Wolaver, and their six children, Annie, Alex, Benjamin, Camille, Gretchen and Jeremiah. Together, they comprise the Annie Moses Band, and perform over 80 concerts annually across North America.
Visit the Annie Moses Band website for more information.
Janet Parshall has been the recipient of the National Religious Broadcasters on-air radio personality award in 2008 and 2011. In 1998, she was elected to the board of directors and the executive committee of the National Religious Broadcasters. She has authored several books, including her latest, Buyer Beware: Finding Truth in the Marketplace of Ideas. Parshall and her husband, Craig, live in Virginia, and have four children and six grandchildren.