Chelsen Vicari, Dennis Jernigan
Air Date August 27, 2014
Hour 1 – Distorting the Message
There is a dangerous coupling of politics and religion that is causing some in the Church to move away from authentic Christianity. Chelsen Vicari, with the Institute on Religion and Democracy, will discuss this errant Gospel and our need to return to the foundations of our faith, for the sake of our youth, our future and the Church!
Hour 2 – Sing Over Me
You may not recognize the name of Dennis Jernigan, but there is a good chance you know his songs including “We Will Worship the Lamb of Glory”, “Thank You” and “Great is the Lord Almighty.” Dennis’s life was forever changed by the transforming power of the Cross. He joins Janet to tell his story and explain why he is convinced that, with God, NOTHING is impossible!
Chelsen Vicari serves as the Evangelical Program Director for the Institute on Religion and Democracy (IRD). Prior to joining the IRD, she worked for Concerned Women for America, the nation’s largest faith-based women’s public policy organization. Her articles have appeared in The Blaze, The Christian Post, and RealClearReligion.
For more information, visit the IRD website.
Dennis Jernigan is one of the most popular and prolific worship leaders of our time, having written more than 2,200 songs, including “You Are My All in All” and “Hands Lifted High.” He has released over 30 full-length CDs, multiple songbooks and folios, and has authored more than five books including his most recent, What Every Boy Should Know…What Every Man Wishes His Dad Had Told Him.
To learn more about Dennis’ ministry, visit his website.
For more information about the DVD, visit Sing Over Me.
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.