When it comes to natural medicines, such as herbs, vitamins, and dietary supplements, you want to make sure you're getting the truth about what works, what is safe, and what is a waste of money. Hear from our guest today who has combed the available research from around the globe to evaluate about 1300 natural medicines or interventions for more than 500 conditions or indications. Join us as we discuss brain and heart health, energy and fatigue, losing weight and so much more. Come with your questions!
When sin is disguised as virtue, the path to cultivating righteousness becomes impossible. Such is the challenge Christians face in the modern age. Not long ago, most people would agree that the seven deadly sins are in fact deadly. But ask them today, and you’ll hear a different answer. Today, "anger" is often considered an admirable emotion, "lust" the only expression of love, and "greed" the unassailable right to "get what’s yours." The world can rebrand sin all it wants and declare the death of truth, but it has no power against the truth of the Scripture. What God calls sin is sin—no matter what the world says. And sin always has the same destination—death and destruction. Join us as our guest provides a theology of sin and why the Christian must develop a prayerful heart and discerning eye to identify where sin exists in a world where good is called evil and evil called good.
Adversity can lead to doubt on the deepest levels: compared to others who have it "all together," our lives, with our difficulties, can seem beyond our ability to deal with daily tasks, let alone bigger topics like purpose, love, or faith. Our guest was born facing a unique kind of adversity. Yet after he surrendered his life to Christ as a young man, he learned that only in Christ could true worth and purpose be found—freeing him from others' comparisons and restrictions to live a full life that seemed impossible. Join us to hear a story that will teach us to tackle life's challenges with grace and creativity—as he shows us how to see your life through Christ's eyes.
The Christian faith seems rife with paradoxes—a compassionate God who sanctions genocide, and all-powerful God who allows horrific suffering, a God who owns everything yet demands so much from his followers, a God who is distant and yet present at the same time. Many of us have big questions about God that the Christian faith seems to leave unanswered, so we push them to the back of our minds for fear of destabilizing our beliefs. But what if the tension between apparently opposing doctrines is exactly where faith comes alive? What if this ancient faith has survived so long not in spite of but precisely because of these apparent contradictions? What if it is in the difficult parts of the Bible that God is most clearly revealed? Join us to learn how the paradoxes that seem like they ought to undermine belief are actually the heart of our vibrant faith.
How do the Bible and the Quran differ? What does Islam teach about Jesus, sin and salvation? How do we share Jesus with our Muslim friends? Is there an openness to the Gospel in the Middle East? Join us to hear the answers to these questions and more as we learn to share the whole Truth of the Word of God to the whole world.
In a society where sensitivities take precedence over honesty, it can often feel impossible to openly speak your mind. From managing conflict resolution in the workplace to navigating differences at home, many issues remain unaddressed and unresolved when you cannot speak clearly, candidly, and truthfully for fear of negative consequences. It’s time to learn how to speak the truth in love. Join us to learn how truth and love together can unlock pathways to more effective leadership and relationships—even in a day and age when many remain silent for fear of speaking up. Discover how speaking with sensitive and effective candor can reshape your relationships and enable you to live a life of honesty and freedom.
Today our guest will expose the myths that help “identity politics” perpetuate itself. Join us to hear what has really happened, discover why it is urgent to change course, and hear a strategy to do so. Though we should not fool ourselves into thinking that it will be easy to eliminate this insidious idea, we should not overthink it, either. This deadly concept relies on the creation of groups and then on giving people incentives to adhere to them. If we eliminate group making and the enticements, we can get rid of a pernicious problem designed to separate people rather than unify.
We started off this week of In The Market with Janet Parshall with an important conversation about the infection of apostasy that is creeping into the church. Science and Scripture came together as we saw that there is no genetic proof that people are “born gay”. We looked at the causes of depression and the role that the Church can and must play in helping those who struggle. The American Psychological Association has been referring to something known as “toxic masculinity”. What is that and how does that align with the Word of God? We discussed a growing movement of Christian men whose goal is to be the man God wants them to be. Today, more news stories, more headlines and more perspective and analysis. Join us.
On In The Market with Janet Parshall this week a Messianic Rabbi discussed the supernatural and what Scripture teaches us from both the Old and New Testaments. The author of one of the most important apologetics books ever written emboldened us to stand up for the reliability of the Word of God. The phones lit up, once again, as we took your questions on spiritual warfare. We examined the validity of the idea that ‘all roads lead to Heaven’ and found that concept to be flawed and fatal. Today, we examine more of the stories making headlines this week. Don’t miss an hour of lively conversation.