Today our guest offers a behind-the-scenes glimpse into Her Majesty's Christian faith. Drawing on historical archives, royal biographies, and accounts of interactions with historic figures such as Winston Churchill, Billy Graham, Mother Theresa, and Margaret Thatcher, this award-winning author uses them as brushstrokes to create a stunning portrait of Queen Elizabeth unlike any other. As entertaining as The Crown, and as refreshing as a cup of tea, he will give us a greater understanding and a deeper appreciation of the spiritual legacy of the world's most famous woman.
Join us for a very compelling hour of radio. We will give you the legal update on a case involving Planned Parenthood and the man who has worked to expose some nefarious wrong-doings. We then turn our eyes toward a movement decriminalize sex workers and the impact this has on human trafficking. Get ready to lengthen your prayer list!
Dudley J. Delffs, PhD, is an award-winning novelist, poet, and biographer. Drawing on past experience as both an English professor and publishing executive, he has served in a variety of editorial and collaborative roles for dozens of New York Times bestselling authors. Throughout his 25-year career in writing and publishing, Dudley has consistently explored faith in unexpected people, places, and events. From Dolly Parton to Queen Elizabeth II, NFL coaches to megachurch pastors, country music crooners to tech billionaires, rabbis to reality TV stars, Dudley loves sharing stories that inspire, uplift, and transform lives.
The Hon. Peter Breen has served the Thomas More Society as an attorney defending life since 2008 and is currently serving as Vice President and Senior Counsel. Breen has served two terms as State Representative from 2015. A prolific pro-life advocate, Peter is the lead Thomas More Society attorney in the David Daleiden cases represented by the Thomas More Society. Peter earned his Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical Engineering from Vanderbilt University, completing the program in just 3 years. Peter earned his Juris Doctor from the University of Notre Dame, which he attended on scholarship. He is a member of the Father Boecker Council of the Knights of Columbus and is an Eagle Scout.
Dr. Jeffrey Barrows is an Obstetrician/Gynecologist who in 2005 began working with the State Department’s Trafficking in Persons office to study the health consequences of human trafficking. In May 2008, he published the article Human Trafficking and the Healthcare Professional in the Southern Medical Journal. In 2006 he began teaching healthcare professionals how to recognize potential human trafficking victims and in June of that year, he completed a consultation for the State Department on the health needs of trafficking victims in Sierra Leone and Liberia. In 2008, he founded Gracehaven, an organization assisting victims of domestic minor sex trafficking in Ohio through outreach, case management and residential rehabilitative care. In 2014, he served as a member of the Technical Working Group on health and human trafficking under HHS’s Administration for Children and Families. He is a founding board member of HEALTrafficking, and recently published a novel entitled Finding Freedom that realistically portrays child sex trafficking in the U.S.