We’ve had some fascinating conversations on In The Market with Janet Parshall this week. We started by discussing why gender norming for physical tests in the military puts our country at risk. We discussed the advances in prenatal care since the Roe decision was handed down. A French scholar joined us to share his journey from atheism to Christianity. The foster care system in this nation is over-burdened as evidenced by our conversation with an advocate for systemic change in her own home state. Our country is in decline and our guest, someone who has served in our military for many years, pointed out that only a spiritual revival will save us from ourselves. Today, our husband-and-wife duo will offer insight and a spiritual perspective on more stories making headlines this week.
On In The Market with Janet Parshall this week we heard so many conversations designed to equip us to be the salt and light we are supposed to be. We started with a conversation with a man who is renowned for his work in the civil rights movement. He challenged us to be a part of the Joseph Fund, a movement designed to raise up leaders in the toughest parts of our nation. We heard from the authors of a post-modern version of John Bunyan’s classic, Pilgrim’s Progress, who use wit and satire to cause people to think critically. Childhood sexual abuse is taking place at underheard levels, as we learned from an advocate for prevention and protection for those harmed by human trafficking. God’s plan for marital sexuality requires integrity. We learned from a gifted counselor on how to really grasp the concept of a covenant relationship. Fridays are big days on the program. Get ready to think biblically and critically as our husband-and-wife team takes a look at the headlines through the lens of Scripture.
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.