Join us for a full hour of news and views. We start with some of the stories making headlines. We then discuss why the move away in public education from teaching children how to think to telling them what to think has awaken parents all across the nation. We round out the hour with a fascinating conversation on new research that reveals how a woman’s decision on her first pregnancy, whether a live birth or an abortion, shapes her for the rest of her life. Get ready to think critically and biblically.
God continues to bring the mission field to our backyard. Do you have Muslim friends or neighbors? Do you know how to share Jesus with them? Join us as our guest presents tangible, respectful ways to initiate friendships and effectively witness to Muslims. You will gain insights into Islamic culture---including crucial dos and don'ts---plus biblical responses to relevant issues, practical applications, and discipleship materials. Join us to learn how to share the Good News!
Sheri Few is the Founder and has served as President of SC Parents Involved in Education since June 2000. She founded US Parents Involved in Education in 2014 and serves as President. Sheri led the fight against Common Core in SC that ended with her candidacy for SC Superintendent of Education where she narrowly lost. She was endorsed by Phyllis Schlafly, Concerned Women for America, Family Research Council, and Congresswoman Michele Bachmann. Sheri is known for her expertise on Common Core and education policy, and has been a featured speaker for national and local conferences and radio shows.
Dr. James Studnicki, Sc.D., is Vice President of Data Analytics for Charlotte Lozier Institute. Over a 40-year career, Dr. Studnicki has held academic appointments at the Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene and Public Health, the University of South Florida College of Public Health, and the University of North Carolina, Charlotte, where for ten years he served as the Irwin Belk Endowed Chair in Health Services Research. Dr. Studnicki holds both Doctor of Science (Sc.D.) and Master of Public Health (M.P.H.) degrees from Johns Hopkins University and a Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) degree from the George Washington University.
Tessa Longbons is Senior Research Associate at Charlotte Lozier Institute, where her research focuses on abortion statistics at the state and national levels and the changing landscape of abortion policy, provision, and access in the United States. Tessa has appeared on CBN News and EWTN News Nightly and has testified before Members of Congress on the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act. Her work has been featured by National Review Online, Newsweek, The Gospel Coalition, Fox News, The Daily Signal, and many other national media outlets. She has contributed to peer-reviewed research on women’s experiences with chemical abortion and the impact of abortion on women enrolled in Medicaid. Originally from Illinois, Tessa earned a BA in Communications from Thomas Edison State University. Prior to joining CLI, she got her start in pro-life research with the Family Research Council.
Fouad Masri (MA, Fuller Theological Seminary) is founder of the Crescent Project, a ministry that builds transformational relationships between Muslims and Christians. More than 400,000 Christians have been through their training experiences and engaged Muslims in conversations about the savior Jesus. Fouad is the author of several books, including Outreach magazine’s 2015 cross-cultural resource of the year, Connecting with Muslims.