The term, ‘social justice’, has taken on a new meaning, often used by liberal media, left leaning politicians, and educational elites. However, some in the church, and even well-meaning Pastors have embraced the perception that ‘social justice’ is a duty, not only of Americans, but believers, as well. But is it? On this program, Host Sam Rohrer talks with an African American man who was born on a cotton plantation in Tennessee to sharecropping parents. He’s familiar with the black ethos and throughout his growing up years, came to intimately understand the struggles and failures of the black culture both religiously and politically. He ultimately became involved with many African American Civic Organizations, only to find that those who claimed to want to help the black community, were often the same ones destroying it. Find out how and why when you listen to this program. Host: Sam Rohrer Co-host: Dave Kistler Co-host: Pastor Joe Green Guest: Vince Ellison
Democrats and Black America: The Iron Triangle
December 1, 2019
December 1, 2019 • Sam Rohrer, Dave Kistler, Joe Green, and Vince Ellison
Poison in the Pew
May 21, 2022 • Jamie Mitchell, Isaac Crockett, Guest: Bill Welte
Poison in the Pew: The Reality of Addiction in the Church. We are joined by Dr. Bill Welte (President, America’s Keswick). Topics discussed include: The Reality of Addiction Throughout America and the Church . Seeds of Addiction – How Does it Start? Confronting the Problem. Steps to Freedom.
Running the Righteous Race
May 14, 2022 • Sam Rohrer, Guest: Jeff Coleman
Running the Righteous Race = Glorifying God - Not Winning At All Costs. We are joined by Jeff Coleman (President, Churchill Strategies; Author, Former State Representative). Topics discussed include: The Current Climate. A Personal Response. The Individual Response.
Wake Up America
May 7, 2022 • Sam Rohrer, Gary Dull, Guest: Dede Laugesen
Wake Up America: Worldwide Persecution and Death - Increasing & Advancing. We are joined by Dede Laugesen (Save the Persecuted Christians). Topics discussed include: Persecution: Past vs Present, Perpetrators, Political Enablers, and Its Prognosis.