Today we’ll talk with LaSondra Barnes, Founder & CEO of Royal One Enterprise, LLC, and author of “Rejected to Accepted: Learning to Love Myself After Adversity” (Christian Faith) and award winning actor, Max McLean, presenting CS Lewis, The Most Reluctant Convert.
Today we’ll talk with Lois Anderson, Executive Director of Oregon Right to Life, for a Legislative wrap up, what to expect, what’s to come, etc. and Catholic Association Senior Fellow Ashley McGuire, on the firing of Planned Parenthood’s first doctor to run the organization in five decades.
Today we’ll talk with Jack Alexander, author of The God Impulse: The Power of Mercy in an Unmerciful World, and founder, the Remington Group, about The Mercy Journey: Bringing Hope and Healing to a Broken World (Re-Imagine/Barna).
Today we’ll talk with campus minister Shelby Abbott, author of “Pressure Points: A Guide to Navigating Student Stress” (New Growth) and senior legal fellow Hans von Spakovsky, on why we need accurate information on our population, including the number of non-citizens, on the US Census.
Today we’ll hear from Amy Wolfe, about her ‘lawn signs of Hope’ project, and the ‘Don’t’ Give Up’ Movement she began and religion and culture expert, author, and radio host, Alex McFarland, on voting with integrity, conscience, and conviction in the misinformation age.
Today we’ll talk with Tim Shoemaker, author of “The Very Best, Hands On, Kinda Dangerous, Family Devotions: 52 Activities Your Kids Will Never Forget” (Revell) and Education policy analyst Mary Clare Amselem, on proposed student loan cancellation schemes.
Today we’ll talk with Douglas Estes, author of “Braving the Future: Christian Faith in a World of Limitless Tech” (Herald Press) and Gregory R. Wrightstone, author of “Inconvenient Facts”, regarding his article on Oregon’s Climate Action Plan.
GUEST HOST Mike Lee, Director of Local Ministries for Salem Media Group, Portland chats with Booth Brother member, Paul Lancaster in the First Hour. The Booth Brothers will be Headlining GOSPEL SING LIVE coming to Riverfront Park in Salem on Friday, August 16th. Be sure to visit www.kpdq.com to get your tickets and find more information. Mike talks with Joanne Petrie who Hosts ONE TO ANOTHER on 93.9 KPDQFM-Portland every Saturday afternoon at 4.
Today we’ll talk with Denise Harley, legal counsel with Alliance Defending Freedom, on high school athlete Selina Soule’s federal Title IX complaint against girls competing against transgender athletes and Bob Reichen, Vice President of Christian Mission Advancement & Chaplain at the Columbia-Willamette YMCA
Today we’ll talk with Bob Moffit, Senior Fellow in health policy Studies, on president Trump’s expansion of Health Reimbursement Accounts to improve health care choices and Joel Fitzpatrick author of “Between Us Guys: Live Changing Conversations for Dads and Sons” (New Growth).
Today we’ll talk with pastor Steve King, author of “Beware the Slow Leaks: Eight Ways Ministry Leaders Can Thrive and Finish Strong” (Salem Books) and housing, real estate, and policy expert, Maxine Fitzpatrick, Executive Director, of the Portland Community Reinvestment Initiative (PCRI). PCRI’s vision is to provide affordable housing and associated services that achieve family stability, self-sufficiency and resident wealth creation (http://pcrihome.org/about).
Today we’ll talk with John Bursch, senior counsel with Alliance Defending Freedom, regarding the Washing State Supreme Court rejection of their earlier ruling against florist Baronelle Stutzman. We’ll also talk with Hans von Spakovsky on the pending House vote to hold AG Barr and McGahn in contempt and Amanda Barratt, author of My Dearest Dietrich: A Novel of Dietrich Bonhoeffer's Last Love (Kregel).