Joni Eareckson Tada talks about her ministry serving those affected with disabilities; then, Donna Rice Hughes has an update on Teen Vogue and discusses the controversial Notre Dame student petition.
Fiorella Nash challenges radical feminism in her book, "The Abolition of Woman," where she transcends the conventional political stances.
From Christian Solidarity International, CEOs John Eibner and Joel VanderSpek share stories of both tragedy and victory in the fight to free slaves around the world.
You won't want to miss when David and Tamela Mann stop by the studio to enlighten us with wonderful secrets to love, marriage and family from their new book, "Us Against the World."
Christopher Yuan offers a biblical view of sexuality—chastity in singleness and faithfulness in marriage—in his new book, “Holy Sexuality and the Gospel.”
Christopher Yuan continues discussing his new book, “Holy Sexuality and the Gospel”; plus, get ready for the holidays with Eric’s dramatic reading of “Uncle Mugsy and the Terrible Twins of Christmas.”
Singer Melinda DeRocker has a Christmas musical treat in store when she joins Eric in the studio to talk about her newest CD and shares funny stories from her early days in New York.
Chuck Stetson of Essentials in Education continues his discussion of the Bible's critical role in our culture and how his organization promotes biblical education into mainstream curricula.
Brian “Head” Welch from the rock group Korn and his daughter Jennea share their testimony and new movie, "Loud Krazy Love"; then, Edward Sri gives profound insights from his new book, "Rethinking Mary."
Chuck Stetson, CEO of Essentials in Education, discusses the Bible's critical role in our culture and how his organization promotes biblical education into mainstream curricula.
Brian Kilmeade discusses his riveting book on Andrew Jackson's role in the War of 1812; he also weighs in on how today's political correctness stifles productive discourse.
You may know him as Hercules, but Kevin Sorbo has also made powerful Christmas movies, plus the sequel to "Let There Be Light."