Divisive ex-Southern Baptist leader Dr. Russell Moore had a lot to say this week to PBS about evangelicals' "crisis of credibility." Yet he refused to call out SBC president Ed Litton over his sermon plagiarism or his SBC elite friends for covering it up. So who really has the credibility problem? We'll talk about it. Plus: Living on the Edge's Chip Ingram discusses his book, "I Choose Peace," all on Wednesday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
The CDC issues new mask guidelines as more vaccinated Americans contract and spread the Delta Variant, while Republicans call for an audit of this increasingly mistrusted government agency. And will the Biden Administration attempt to lock us down again? We'll talk about it. Plus: As parent-school board showdowns heat up over Critical Race Theory and mask mandates, what should Christian parents do to oversee their children's education? I'll talk it over with David Closson from the Family...
Many in our postmodern, post-Christian society have rejected the idea of God and absolute truth, but could this pandemic open new doors to reach lost people with the gospel of Jesus? I’ll talk it over with Becky Pippert as we discuss her book, “Stay Salt: The World Has Changed; Our Message Must Not.” Plus: Kim Erickson joins me to discuss her book, "Surviving Sorrow: A Mother's Guide to Living with Loss." That and more on Monday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
How do Christian cliches prevent us from understanding the depth of God's Word? Dr. Jeff Myers, president of Summit Ministries, joins me to discuss his book, "Unquestioned Answers." Plus: How can the church effectively disciple men? Lonnie Berger, TWR Global Men’s Ministry Director, joins me to discuss his discipleship study series, “Every Man a Warrior.” That and more on Thursday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
The Bible says, "We count them blessed who endure." But how can we keep persevering in following Jesus when we feel like giving up? I'll talk it over with Doug Gehman, president of Globe International and author of the book, "Before You Quit." . Plus: How can we better proclaim the mighty deeds that the Lord has done? I'll discuss it with Thann Bennett, director of government affairs for the American Center for Law and Justice and author of "My Fame, His Fame." That's next time on Friday's...
What is the conservative vision for tomorrow's schools? I'll talk it over with education expert Michael Petrilli, co-editor of the book, "How to Educate an American." Plus: Deron Spoo, pastor of First Baptist Church of Tulsa, Okla., stops by to discuss his book, "The Bible in 10 Words: Unlocking the Message of Scripture and Connecting With God." That and more on Wednesday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
Back in 2019, a book by Genesis Biblical Solutions founder and counselor Joe Dallas was cancelled by Amazon. Now, Joe is encouraging and advising Christians on how to prepare to speak biblical truth in love amid a growing animosity against God's people. Joe will join me to discuss it as we talk about his book, "Christians in a Cancel Culture." That's next time on Tuesday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
How can we pursue Christlikeness in an increasingly hostile culture? I'll talk it over with David Harrell, senior pastor-teacher at Calvary Bible Church and author of the book, "Why America Hates Biblical Christianity." Plus: Muslim extremists want to overturn a Florida law protecting Jews against anti-Semitism. Why hasn't the Florida Democratic Party purged these bullies from its ranks? That's next time on Monday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
The same-sex-attracted pastor of the PCA church that hosted the first Revoice conference is casting doubt on the idea that God can forgive and transform homosexuals through faith in Christ. And he's making false assertions about gospel-centered ministries in the process. Stephen Black, executive director of First Stone Ministries, joins me to respond to that and the upcoming anti-Christian Netflix film, "Pray Away." That's next time on Friday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
Sen. Rand Paul says he’s requesting a criminal referral for Dr. Anthony Fauci for lying to Congress over Wuhan lab funding. We'll bring you up to speed about it. Plus: Author and pastor J. Aaron White stops by to discuss the important spiritual role that Christian men must play in the lives of their wives. His book is called, "Man Up, Kneel Down." Join us for Thursday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
The Conservative Baptist Network is calling for the resignation of the Southern Baptist Convention's new president, based on multiple instances of evidence that he plagiarized. Will Ed Litton finally do the right thing? We'll talk about it. Plus: How is God using a Christian-based scouting organization to bring hope and encouragement to young girls' lives? I'll talk about it with Patti Garibay, founder of American Heritage Girls and author of: "Why Curse the Darkness When You Can Light a...
What will it take for the Lord to revive His church and lift His judgment on the United States, which both have fallen into deep-seated ungodliness after receiving so many abundant blessings? Shane Idleman, lead pastor of Westside Christian Fellowship, joins me to talk about it. Plus: Why Americans are steadily losing their freedom of speech and why that matters so much to our republic. That and more on Tuesday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
Are vaccine passports actually about protecting the public health, or are they gateways to mass surveillance and violations of our liberties? China expert Reggie Littlejohn, president of Women's Rights Without Frontiers, stops by to talk about it. Plus: The National Popular Vote interstate compact is failing to catch fire. Trent England, executive director of Save Our States, stops by to discuss why that's good news. Join us for Monday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
How can parents raise their girls to reject the insanity of the Left? I'll talk to Michelle Easton, founder of the Clare Boothe Luce Center for Conservative Women, about her book, "How to Raise a Conservative Daughter." Plus: Progressives are ramping up their COVID-19 vaccination threats, and science has nothing to do with it. We'll discuss that and more on Friday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY
Was the November presidential election stolen in numerous states? Mounting evidence from Georgia is raising serious questions about it. And the Evangelical Left is pushing a curriculum on evangelical pastors to combat faux "Christian Nationalism" in local churches. We'll talk about it all. Plus: How can freedom-loving patriots save the United States? Kennerly Davis joins me to talk about it and his book, "Revolution: A Call to Turn Back the Lawless Left And Restore the Promise of America."...
How do we navigate the valley of sorrow and find comfort in Jesus Christ? Colin Smith, president of Unlocking the Bible, will join me to talk about it and his book, "For All Who Grieve." And author John Perritt will talk about his book, "Insecure: Fighting our Lesser Fears with a Greater One." We'll talk about all that and more on Wednesday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
Cubans are rising up against their dictatorial government, while the Biden Administration says it's a reaction to rising cases of COVID-19. Meanwhile, how is our own government treating those jailed Jan. 6 Trump supporters? We'll talk about it. Plus: Dr. Samuel Namann shares some amazing stories on how God is saving Muslims worldwide. His book is called, "God of the Impossible." That's Tuesday on JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
Residents in proposed National Heritage Areas are raising questions about the government actually undermining their private property rights. As it turns out, their concerns are valid. We'll get the details from Tom DeWeese, president of the American Policy Center. Plus: A new survey shows most Americans want schools to teach traditional Western values. We'll talk about that and more on Monday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
How can America remain dominant in space, given our enemies' advances there and the potential for a Pearl Harbor-type attack on our nation? I'll discuss it with geopolitical analyst Brandon Weichert, author of: "Winning Space: How America Remains a Superpower." Plus: A stunning comeback for biblical truth over Revoice occurred recently at the Presbyterian Church in America's General Assembly. We'll bring you up to speed on Friday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
Pastor Ed Litton, the embattled president of the Southern Baptist Convention, is dodging hard questions about his growing plagiarism scandal, while his top comrades in the denomination refuse to call for his repentance or resignation. What does the Bible say about Litton's sins? And is this scandal just a microcosm of the abandonment of Christian ethics in the SBC? I'll give you my thoughts on Thursday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.