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with Carmen LaBerge

    Billie Eilish and the worldview of self-expression | A novel that reads like today’s Mid-East headlines

    Billie Eilish and the worldview of self-expression | A novel that reads like today’s Mid-East headlines

    Plugged In's Adam Holz offers reviews of recent shows and movies, plus talks about a recent Vogue article around pop artist Billie Eilish talking about her worldview summarized by "it's all about what makes you feel good."  Novelist Donna VanLiere talks about her latest book "The Day of Ezekiel's Hope."

    China’s continued genocide of the Uighurs | Social media and the prevalence para-social relationships

    China’s continued genocide of the Uighurs | Social media and the prevalence para-social relationships

    Former ERLC policy director Matthew Hawkins talks about the continued genocide of Uighur Muslims in China at the hands of the Communist Party.  Social media expert Chris Martin addresses how social media leads to many parasocial relationships and their dangers.

    When Christ saves a Yale lesbian atheist | Glory stories from last week’s National Day of Prayer

    When Christ saves a Yale lesbian atheist | Glory stories from last week’s National Day of Prayer

    Peter Kapsner talks about Rachel Gibson, a former Yale student who identified as a lesbian atheist who was transformed by Jesus.  National Day of Prayer's Kathy Branzell reflects on this year's event and shares some powerful stories of reconciliation during the event.

    CDC shares true but misleading COVID information | Getting schooled by Zambian students and families

    CDC shares true but misleading COVID information | Getting schooled by Zambian students and families

    Daily Wire's Ben Johnson looks at yesterday's Republican vote to remove Liz Cheney from House leadership, as well as a report about the CDC disseminating COVID information that was technically true, but still misleading.  Jimi Cook, author of "Hand Delivered Hope," talks again about his visit to Zambia.

    What’s really behind Zoom fatigue | Together seeking justice

    What’s really behind Zoom fatigue | Together seeking justice

    Forbes columnist John Brandon looks at the reaction on Twitter when Peloton recalled its treadmills, plus the interesting reason that Zoom meetings can be so fatiguing.  Terence Lester, author of "When We Stand," talks about the need for collaboration by people of diverse backgrounds to seek godly justice.

    The importance of loving and being a part of a church | Conflict in Israel. Australian Prime Minister under attack

    The importance of loving and being a part of a church | Conflict in Israel. Australian Prime Minister under attack

    Everyone's Wilson's Daryl Crouch talks about how loving Jesus leads to loving the Church, as well as loving your local church.  Denison Forum's Jim Denison updates the situation between Hamas and Israel, as well as how Prime Minister Scott Morrison, a Christian, is leading out of his faith.

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