The extreme left position of abortion on demand and death for babies who survive a failed abortion are indicative of a culture where the innocent and defenseless among us are disposable and valueless. This program discusses the Christian position that values each and every human being from the moment of conception until the moment of death. Scott Klusendorf, President of the Pro-Life Training institute, will present the biblical worldview that will help us better understand and defend the pro- life position. If you struggle to articulate why you’re pro-life, or if you’re not sure where you stand on certain situations like rape or incest, you’ll find this program to be immensely helpful. I’d invite you to stay tuned for this episode of Stand in the Gap Weekend we’ve titled, “In Defense of Life”.
In the Defense of Life
August 11. 2019
August 11, 2019 • San Rohrer, Gay Dull, Scott Klusendorf
Viewing the Homeless Through God's Eyes
January 12, 2020 • January 12, 2020 • Isaac Crockett, Sam Rohrer, Rob Turchi,
In many large cities across the United States, homelessness has become a full-blown crisis. One website reported, “California’s most vexing issue is also its most shameful: the large and rising number of residents who lack a safe place to call home. In a state with vast amounts of wealth, more than 150,000 of its residents sleep in shelters, cars, or on the street.” While you and I might have a hard time understanding the complexity of the issue, our guest on this program will explain and hopefully enlighten us as to what millions of desperate people are experiencing and why. What does the Bible say about homeless people? What are the catalysts sending people to live on the streets and what can be done about it? These are just a few of the questions Rob Turchi, Executive Director of the Hope Rescue Mission in Reading, Pennsylvania will be answering.
When Leaders Pray
December 29, 2019 • December 29, 2019 • Sam Rohrer, David Barton
On December 18, 2019, President Donald Trump was impeached by the House Democrats. Speaker Nancy Pelosi, during a press conference, mentioned that she prays for the President. As the leader of the Democrat party in the House known for its liberal platform on abortion, gay rights, and socialist ideology, one wonders whether God really hears her prayers. You see, you can’t practice true prayer when your lifestyle and everything you stand for is in direct opposition to the One whom you’re praying to. No, prayer doesn’t work that way. It’s a powerful spiritual weapon, to be sure; but in order to wield it you must be properly motivated, prepared, and equipped. For those in leadership, by example and by precept you have the opportunity to call those under you to humbly but boldly come to God in prayer. Today's guest, historian, author and speaker David Barton is going to talk about what happens when leaders pray.
A Reason to Pray and a Reason to Rejoice
December 22, 2019 • December 22, 2019 • Sam Rohrer, Gary Dull, Dave Kistler
King Solomon wrote in Ecclesiastes that “To everything there is a season, and a time for every purpose under heaven.” In thinking about life with its times and seasons, many people who have experienced periods of emotional, spiritual, or physical pain- know that God allows these things for a reason. One we may not know or understand until we reach eternity. On this program, Stand in the Gap Weekend Hosts discuss two reasons: A Reason to Pray and a Reason to Rejoice. Both reasons are important because they reflect commands given to us in the Bible. Certainly, this is a season of rejoicing with Christmas only a few days away. You'll hear about some exciting things happening in our nation’s capital and address some of the negative events taking place on the Hill.