The topic of physician-assisted suicide is all over the news. We are even hearing stories of governments that are removing hydration and nutrition from some disabled patients. All of this raises the question: When is it right to die? Join us to hear one of the leading advocates for the disabled community in the world as she takes a biblical look at the so-called ‘right to die’ movement.
Much has been made of the so-called "nones" - those who claim no spiritual affiliation. Media has spun the nones into a chicken-little the sky is falling narrative. The nones are an infamously difficult subsection to understand and there is a lot of false information on them. Our guest believes the nones story has become overblown and has become "a thing" due to curiosity and repetition of their supposed irreligiosity. Join us today as we dig deeply into the research concerning spirituality in America and reveals the hope and truth about the vitality and future of the church. Then we learn more about the love of God through the love of horses.
Glenn Stanton is the director of Global Family Formation Studies at Focus on the Family and a research fellow at the Institute of Marriage and Family in Ottawa, Ontario. He debates and lectures extensively on the issues of gender, sexuality, marriage and parenting at universities and churches around the world. Stanton served the George W. Bush administration for many years as a consultant on increasing fatherhood involvement in the Head Start program. Stanton is a graduate of the University of West Florida with graduate degrees in philosophy and history.
Great Horse StoriesRebecca Ondov spent 15 years doing ranch work, helping and guiding pack trips, and working as a wilderness ranger. She’s the author of several Christian books about horses and the West and has won writing competitions at Guideposts. She lives in western Montana and enjoys her menagerie of three horses, two mules, some barn cats, and a dog.Visit her website for more information.