Authentic Christianity for the Next Generation

November 8, 2020 • Isaac Crockett, Sam Rohrer, Shane Pruitt

In John 10:10, Jesus talks about Himself as the Good Shepherd of the sheep, and says, “I have come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly.” The purpose for which Christ came didn’t stop when his death, burial, and resurrection were accomplished. It continues now and through eternity to those who believe in Him. He offers not only salvation from sin-but the gift of His Holy Spirit to dwell in our hearts and supply us with abundant joy, purpose, and meaning in life. He heaps grace upon grace, strength, and wisdom all found in the person of Jesus Christ and in understanding and believing the written Word of God. Did you know the abundant life-the fulfilling life that Jesus offers us happens to be the kind of life a new generation is seeking? We’ve talked about the Millennial generation many times on this program -but today we’re going to focus on the newest group of teens and young adults- Generation Z. According to a recent Wall Street Journal survey, 30% of Gen Z’ers say, “religion is very important to them.” (which is the lowest in U.S. history). BUT, 78% says, “living a self-fulfilled life is very important to them.” In response to this survey, our guest on today’s program points out, “This should be extremely eye-opening to us. That’s the threshold to cross in communicating (the gospel) to Gen Z – to help them see that a “fulfilled life” only comes from Someone outside of “self”.” And that Someone is Jesus Christ. If you’re concerned about the tween, teen or twenty-something in your life, you'll want to listen to this program! Host: Isaac Crockett Co-host: Sam Rohrer Guest: Shane Pruitt

Bursting Balloons: From the Stock Market to Joe Biden

February 28, 2021 • Sam Rohrer, Gary Dull, Bob Adelmann

Many of us remember the 2008 financial crisis which took place due, in large part, to the reckless investing and risky lending practices of major banks, especially in the real estate market. When talking about this event-we often say the “housing bubble burst”. Indeed, homes became vacant and mortgages defaulted leaving investors, bankers, and the government holding the bag. As if we're witnessing Déjà vu, the economic wave we've been riding is about to crash. Financial policies spanning administrations have set the stage and we, as believers and citizens must discern how to think and act on the information we know. What do we do as we watch out-of-control government spending, the closing of businesses because of COVID restrictions while at the same time the extraordinarily wasteful stimulus package designed to line the pockets of specialty interest groups, pet projects, and wealthy donors which barely touches the desperate need of families who’ve lost jobs, incomes, and loved ones? Today’s guest on the program is a writer and researcher of economics and has a great deal to share with us on this topic. Guest Bob Adelmann shares from his expertise in economics and finances on where we are, and where we're going. Host: Sam Rohrer Co-host: Gary Dull Guest: Bob Adelmann

The Culture and the Pulpit

February 21, 2021 • Keith Wiebe, Sam Rohrer, Joe Green, Paul Blair

Hosts Keith Wiebe and Sam Rohrer discuss the purpose, power and responsibility of the pulpit at this defining hour in our nation's history. Guests were Pastor Joe Green with the St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church in Pennsylvania, and Reverend Paul Blair with Fairview Baptist Church in Oklahoma.

COVID-19 Vaccination and the Law with Attorney Mat Staver

February 14, 2021 • Sam Rohrer, Gary Dull, Mat Staver

During times of emergency or natural disasters, the United States has the means to successfully mobilize the Red Cross, National Guard, and National Emergency Funds to help with rescue, shelter, and other immediate needs for unfortunate victims. Local law enforcement, mayors, and even governors are given temporary emergency powers to do what’s necessary to restore safety and order. On this program, hosts and guests will be talking about emergency powers and how they’ve been abused by state governors during the COVID-19 pandemic. We’re also going to address the increasingly oppressive vaccination requirements, and the ever present mask mandates. Does the law have anything to say about these issues? If so, where is the outcry? Have we become so used to being told what to do and trusting the experts that we don’t realize how our freedoms are being taken away? If you want to know the answers to those questions and more-you’ll want to listen to this informative interview with Attorney Mat Staver, Founder and President of Liberty Counsel. Host: Sam Rohrer Co-host: Dr. Gary Dull Guest: Attorney Mat Staver