On In The Market with Janet Parshall this week we took you Down Under as our favorite Scottish apologist updated us on more of the challenges to the church. You got answers to some of those tough “road- block” questions that can easily get us stuck in neutral in when it comes to our spiritual growth. From dangerous science including embryos mixed with monkey and human cells to a clear understanding of the long term problems that could happen if an effort to pack the U.S. Supreme Court goes through, we turned the spotlight on more of the news you need to know. An African- American pro-life advocate shared his thoughts on Planned Parenthood’s efforts to distance itself from the racism of it founder. We told you why human rights violations are leading some to boycott the next Olympics. Get your phones ready as we dig deeper into the important news stories of the week.
Are vaccine passports in your future? On In The Market with Janet Parshall we discussed how passports might be used by private corporations rather than the federal government. No one plans on getting a divorce when they walk down the aisle but when it happens how do you navigate the challenges that comes with the end of your marriage? Our guest gave us practical, biblical guidance on this very sensitive topic. God is at work in the Islamic world. We shared stories of the lives being transformed the power of the Gospel. We also heard from one man who told the riveting story of how God saved his father, who lived and uncompromising example of faith for his son. Finally, we equipped parents with the guidance they need to raise emotionally intelligent children. Now it is time to hear what you have to say about the big news stories of week.
Craig Parshall is a senior legal counsel to Washington-based groups, including the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), where he focuses on free speech and religious liberty issues. He is also the founding Director of the John Milton Project for Free Speech and is a leading strategist on matters of free speech on the Internet. Craig is also a columnist and a New York Times best-selling fiction author.