A shocking new report reveals Planned Parenthood's quiet relationships with 100 Christian colleges and universities. Kristan Hawkins, president of Students for Life of America, joins me to share the preliminary findings. Plus: President Biden says Texas and Mississippi used "Neanderthal thinking" in lifting state COVID-19 restrictions this week, while the president's own actions are spreading COVID-19! We'll tell you why. That and more on Friday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
A progressive pastor is claiming that the Bible is neither the Word of God, nor inerrant! But if that's true, why go to church at all? I'll give you my thoughts. Plus: Todd Nettleton from The Voice of the Martyrs stops by to discuss his book, "When Faith is Forbidden." Join us for Thursday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
Bethany Christian Services, the largest Protestant adoption and foster-care agency in the nation, has made the terrible decision to place children with homosexual couples. I'll share my thoughts about it. Plus: President Biden and the Left are canceling Dr. Seuss, and Dr. Ray Rhodes Jr. stops by to discuss his book, "Yours, In Heaven: The Untold Love Story of Charles and Susie Spurgeon." Join us for Wednesday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
Can the Southern Baptist Convention be saved from its internal corruption, lack of transparency and progressive drift? Randy Adams, executive director of the Northwest Baptist Convention, will seek the presidency of the denomination in June. He'll join me for a conversation on his plans to address the crisis in the SBC and help return the denomination to the Bible as its sole and final authority. That and more on Tuesday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
Post-election and post-second failed impeachment, President Trump returns to the spotlight at this weekend's Conservative Political Action Conference. We'll bring you the highlights. Plus: the National Center on Sexual Exploitation's Lina Nealon joins me to expose the major institutions that are normalizing and benefiting from sexual profiteering. That and more on Monday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
Southern Baptist Convention president J.D. Greear publicly calls out political division in his denomination, blasting "neo-Confederates" and "closet racists" even as he referenced the unity of the gospel. But what did he reveal about his views on Critical Race Theory and the spiritual state of America? We'll break it all down for you. Join us for Friday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
If the Democrats' Equality Act passes, it will be the greatest governmental assault on Christianity any of us have ever seen. Is there a way to derail this legislation before it quashes freedom of religion for good? I'll talk it over with Stephen Black, executive director of First Stone Ministries. That and more on Thursday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
After the pandemic tyranny, states are stepping up to define religion as essential under the law. We'll bring you up to speed. Plus: Ratio Christi is joining the legal fight to protect campus free speech. Ratio Christi CEO Corey Miller and Alliance Defending Freedom's Travis Barham will discuss it. And Ginger Hubbard stops by to weigh in on six discipline mistakes that parents make. That and more on Wednesday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
Coca-Cola faces backlash after secretly training employees to "try to be less white." Why has corporate culture gone so Woke? I'll talk it over with Stephen Soukop, author of the book: "The Dictatorship of Woke Capital: How Political Correctness Captured Big Business." Plus: Planned Parenthood's latest annual report shows it aborts more babies than anyone in America. We'll get reaction from Chuck Donovan, president of The Charlotte Lozier Institute. That and more on Tuesday's JANET MEFFERD...
A jailed Canadian pastor is facing weeks in isolation following his arrest for keeping his church open amid draconian COVID-19 government orders. What should we make of this religious persecution? I'll talk about it. Plus: What are some of the important trends that threaten the financial future, and how should Christians respond? I'll talk it over with Chuck Bentley, chief executive officer of Crown Financial Ministries and author of the book, "Seven Gray Swans." That's next time on Monday's...
How does God speak to us today? And what do we make of those who say that Sola Scriptura may be too confining? I'll talk it over with Don Green, founding pastor of Truth Community Church in Cincinnati. Plus: Many people today think of Jesus Christ as a mild-mannered savior who never got angry. But what does the Bible say? Tim Harlow, senior pastor of Parkview Christian Church in Orland Park, Ill., joins me to talk about it and his book, "What Made Jesus Mad?" That's next time on Friday's...
What does the Bible say about the meaning and purpose of suffering in the Christian life? And what can the life of Job and, ultimately, the life of our Lord Jesus Christ teach us about God's faithfulness? Rev. Melvin Tinker, vicar of St. John Newland, Hull, England, will join me to talk about his book, "If God is So Good, Why are Things So Bad?" That's next time on Thursday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
What you believe about the historicity of Adam and Eve affects your whole understanding of God's Word. Dr. Terry Mortenson joins me to talk about his book, "Searching for Adam: Genesis & the Truth About Man's Origin." Plus: Can our virtues sometimes undermine the Christian message? Todd Outcalt joins me to discuss his book, "The Seven Deadly Virtues." That's next time on Wednesday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
Many think Christianity is just one among many religions in the world. But aside from Christianity being true, it is also a picture of reality that explains why the world is the way it is. Apologist Greg Koukl, founder of Stand to Reason, will join me to explain why. His book is called, "The Story of Reality: How the World Began, How It Ends, and Everything Important that Happens in Between." That's next time on Tuesday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
Christians are to be salt and light, but how much mixing with the world are we really called to do? Dr. William Edgar joins me to talk about it and his book, "Created and Creating: A Biblical Theology of Culture." Plus: Darwinian evolution rests on a racist premise, so what does the Bible have to say about human beings created in His image? I'll talk it over with Dr. Charles Ware, president of Crossroads Bible College and author of "One Race One Blood." That's next time on Monday's JANET...
COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations are experiencing a big decline, so why is the CDC recommending we all wear two masks? Is there any relief from the social control? I'll discuss it with Allan Stevo, author of "Face Masks in One Lesson." Plus: The latest on how Wokeness is spiraling out of control, and a new survey finds nearly half of Americans think churches are too segregated. We'll talk about that and more on Friday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
A Canadian pastor is arrested after refusing to shut down public worship under draconian COVID-19 dictates. And his church says the pandemic is being used to strip citizens of all their civil liberties. We'll talk about it. Plus: How did Adolf Hitler's Wehrmacht really come to its cataclysmic end? Military historian Dr. Samuel Mitcham Jr. joins me to talk about it and his book, "The Death of Hitler's War Machine." That's on Thursday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
How do we cultivate a lifelong pattern of Bible study? Pastor Nate Pickowicz joins me to talk about his book, "How to Eat Your Bible: A Simple Approach to Learning and Loving the Word of God." Plus: Where is our nation headed when the Tampa mayor vows to have Super Bowl mask scofflaws arrested and a New York Times reporter says Republican lawmakers are "on borrowed time?" We'll talk about it on Wednesday's MEFFERD TODAY.
TIME Magazine has just admitted that a "shadow campaign" of left-wing activists and business titans "saved" the 2020 election. We'll talk about it. Plus: California churches win a modified victory at the U.S. Supreme Court over indoor worship. And pastor Stephen Viars joins me to talk about his book, "Overcoming Bitterness." That's all next time on Tuesday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
Why have so few Christian leaders failed to call God's people to repent amid the dark providences He's sent us during the COVID-19 pandemic? Dr. Josh Moody, senior pastor of College Church, joins me to talk about it. Plus: What are we to make of the hypocrisy of John Kerry, our new jet-setting climate czar? I'll talk it over with James Taylor, president of the Heartland Institute. That and more on Monday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.