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Join us for a full hour of news. We start with stories making headlines and move to a conversation on the challenge one Christian college is facing in regards to their hiring practices. We round out the hour listening to a physician who has grave concerns regarding a radical move on the part of HHS to redefine sexual discrimination and the impact that will have on the rights of conscience for health care practitioners. Don’t miss this timely conversation!
Our special guests have impacted countless people through the years with their generosity and care for others. While our guest even made NFL history as the first African American head coach to win the Super Bowl, the influence isn’t the result of their achievements, fame, or finances. Instead, it stems from the proactive, intentional choices they make every day—choices that have positioned them to live a life of profound meaning. Join us to learn how to boost your personal impact on those around you and your ability to see others with a heart of compassion. You can become the person you long to be. What’s more, you can rewire your default pattern, making it easier to create permanent change and remove the daily burden of deciding how to show up in the world. By putting certain practices into place and predetermining your personal boundaries of what you’ll say yes to and what you’ll say no to, all that will be left each day is to live.
Bruce Hausknecht, J.D., is an attorney who serves as Focus on the Family’s judicial analyst. He is responsible for research and analysis of legal and judicial issues related to Christians and the institution of the family, including First Amendment freedom of religion and free speech issues, judicial activism, marriage, homosexuality and pro-life matters. He earned a bachelor’s degree in history from the University of Illinois and his J.D. from Northwestern University School of Law.
Jeffrey J. Barrows, DO, MA (Ethics), serves as Senior Vice President of Bioethics and Public Policy for Christian Medical & Dental Associations. Dr. Barrows is an obstetrician/gynecologist, author, educator, medical ethicist, and speaker. He completed his medical degree at the Des Moines College of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery in 1978 and his residency training in obstetrics and gynecology at Doctors Hospital in Columbus, Ohio.
Tony and Lauren Dungy are authors of the New York Times bestseller Uncommon Marriage. In 2007, Tony became the first African-American head coach to win the Super Bowl and he now serves as the studio analyst for NBC’s Football Night in America. He is also a spokesman for the national fatherhood program, All-Pro Dad. In Tampa, Florida he worked as a public speaker for Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Athletes in Action and also began a mentoring program called Mentors for Life. In Indianapolis, he helped launch the Basket of Hope program that aids patients at the Riley Hospital for Children.
Lauren Dungy is a former elementary school teacher and current Sunday School teacher. She is Vice President of the Dungy Family Foundation, an organization that looks to help meet the physical, educational and spiritual needs of those in her community. She is the founder and president of the Sisters Book Club and also serves on the staff of The Central Tampa Baptist Church, where she is a Women’s Bible Study leader and also works with the Youth Choir.
Together, the Dungys have written ten children’s books and are active members of a number of family, faith, and community-based organizations, including All Pro Dad, iMom, Fellowship of Chrstian Athletes, Mentors for Life, Family First, Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, and the Boys and Girls Club of America.