Join us this hour as we discuss the reasons for national sovereignty and why America should leave the WHO. Hear why their proposals are a threat to free speech and freedom of religion. We then get an update on the Persecuted Church and learn very practical ways to pray for our brothers and sisters who live in countries hostile to religious liberty and yet do not abandon their faith. Get ready to lengthen your prayer list.
Marriage can be perilous for any couple, but for those facing infidelity and other dark secrets, it can be soul-crushing. Yet no matter how broken a relationship may seem, hope and healing remain within reach. Our guests are proof. Theirs was a union built not on solid ground but on the shifting sands of childhood trauma, promiscuity, addiction, and a hunger that neither of them could satisfy. Through many tumultuous years, they stumbled to the brink of both relational and personal destruction again and again, nearly giving up on each other—and on life itself. After years of trying to fix themselves, they finally found the source of hope or rather Hope found them, and their lives and marriage were radically transformed from the inside out.
Reggie Littlejohn is Founder and President of Women’s Rights Without Frontiers, an international coalition to expose and oppose forced abortion, gendercide and sexual slavery in China. She also led the international effort to free blind activist Chen Guangcheng, who arrived in the United States on May 19, 2012. An acclaimed international expert on China’s One Child Policy, she has testified multiple times at the United States Congress, twice at the European Parliament, and at the British and Irish Parliaments as well. She also has spoken at the Harvard Law School and has met with officials at the United States Congress, United States Department of State and the Vatican, concerning the One Child Policy. A graduate of Yale Law School, she has represented Chinese refugees in their political asylum cases.
Todd Nettleton is director of media development for The Voice of the Martyrs, working with the media to tell the stories of persecuted Christians to people in the United States. In his role with VOM, he has met with Christians who face persecution in many countries, including Sudan, China, Egypt, Turkey, Vietnam, Pakistan, Indonesia, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Bangladesh, Myanmar (Burma) and Azerbaijan
Tim and Kathy Bush have been married since 1982 and are proud parents and grandparents. They are speakers as well as FamilyLife affiliate staff, who share their story at marriage conferences and retreats across the country. They founded War Room Ministries, which has served to strengthen men, marriages, families, and churches, and to develop Christian character through redemption, relationships, and resilience. Tim and Kathy have received countless responses of gratitude for openly discussing the shame that comes from searching for happiness in all the wrong places.