By the time this broadcast airs, we’ll have lived through yet another week of exciting news and events-some unprecedented and others certainly unpredictable. Whether it’s the Impeachment vote, Iowa Caucuses or the state of the Union, we’re witnessing a breathtaking display of politics at work. While it’s fascinating to watch history taking place in this fashion, what do others outside the US think about it? Our guest, IQ al-Rassooli hails from the UK but lived in the Middle East and traveled broadly. He’s going to give us a general sense of how Europeans are viewing the Trump administration and because of his Muslim background, he’ll be able to help us understand the dynamics surrounding the Middle East peace talks. Host: Sam Rohrer Co-hosts: Dave Kistler, Gary Dull Guest: IQ al-Rassooli
Truth from Afar with IQ al-Rassooli
February 9, 2020
February 9, 2020 • Sam Rohrer, Gary Dull, Dave Kistler, IQ al-Rassooli
Coronavirus, The Constitution and the Church
March 29, 2020 • March 29, 2020 • Sam Rohrer, Joe Green, Keith Wiebe, and Jeremy Dys
Last week our nation experienced something we haven’t faced since World War II. Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the federal and state governments placed certain restrictions on gatherings, businesses, and institutions limiting social interaction on a broad scale. The resulting panic left empty grocery shelves, abandoned school rooms, and a stock market crash rivaling Black Monday in 1929. Questions inevitably arise during a situation like this-such as, Does the government have the right to demand these closures? Are they infringing on our first amendment rights? What are the moral implications of these restrictions and are we witnessing the beginning of a government takeover whereby all institutions and business are regulated by federal laws, or a semi-Socialist state? The guest on this program, Jeremy Dys, attorney with First Liberty, helps us to practically and biblically understand how to respond in a time like this.
The Word of God Still Works in 2020
March 22, 2020 • Isaac Crockett, Sam Rohrer, Matt Recker, Micah Johnson
Psalm 212 1 I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills, from whence cometh my help. 2 My help cometh from the Lord, which made heaven and earth. 3 He will not suffer thy foot to be moved: he that keepeth thee will not slumber. 4 Behold, he that keepeth Israel shall neither slumber nor sleep. 5 The Lord is thy keeper: the Lord is thy shade upon thy right hand. 6 The sun shall not smite thee by day, nor the moon by night. 7 The Lord shall preserve thee from all evil: he shall preserve thy soul. 8 The Lord shall preserve thy going out and thy coming in from this time forth, and even for evermore. As our nation moves into a time of uncertainty and anxiety over the Corona virus-we can be sure that the God whom the Psalmist wrote about, is the same God that keeps and preserves us in the midst of every crisis. On this program, hosts and guests will discuss the need for all, both young and old alike, to listen to and absorb the truths found in the Bible-because it is life and health for our souls!
God's Requirements for Answered Prayer
March 15, 2020 • March 15, 2020 • Sam Rohrer, Keith Wiebe, Joe Green
If you’ve ever read the book of Leviticus in the Bible, you know that the theme of this book is to demonstrate the holiness of God-His perfection of character and wisdom. Everything related to the creation of the tabernacle-it’s altars, curtains, utensils, and even the kind of incense used was to be made a certain way with certain materials. All of these were in preparation for the Israelite people to worship God, to experience His glory and to seek His forgiveness from sin. The Bible says in the New Testament book of Hebrews-we no longer have to enter a tabernacle, present a sacrifice, or depend upon priests to intercede for us. The author writes that we can now enter the presence of God through a new and living way. The blood of Jesus Christ-applied to all who believe in him, has torn the vale of separation between us, and we can now pray to Him anywhere, anytime, and for any reason. While we no longer need to observe Levitical customs or laws, there are, however, four principles we must observe if we’re to see God hear and answer prayer.