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Current Show (January 18, 2017):

Discussed by Travis Weber
with Family Research Council (www.FRC.org)

The majority of Americans are under the FALSE belief that twenty-five percent of the population is LGBTQ. However, a recent study by the Williams Institute PROVES that only an estimated 3.8 percent of Americans identify as gay/lesbian, bisexual, or transgender: 1.7 percent as lesbian or gay, 1.8 percent as bisexual, and 0.3 percent as transgender.

Here today to discuss these grossly exaggerated numbers is Family Research Council’s Travis Weber, the Director of the Center for Religious Liberty. He will also be discussing a current court battle concerning this issue.

Questions/Issues Discussed:

Whose rights are superior?

Is the left using “sex discrimination laws” to push their LGBTQ agenda?

Part of the battle which Travis is involved in implicates that a letter from the Department of Education is carrying the same weight as a law passed by a Legislative body or actual court ruling. Listen as Travis explains how the Obama Administration has been using the DOE to bully independent school districts and parents.

What will the Trump Administration do in regards to men and boys in female facilities?

Why have a policy forcing young girls to be exposed to boys in their facilities for 0.3 percent of the entire school district? This equates to approximately one boy in the entire district (NOT each school) in the state of Texas, even less in other states.

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Discussed by Danny Huerta
with Focus on the Family www.Family.org

You are doing your best to raise a responsible adult. They want to play. You are tired, so you don’t want to fight. They have endless energy, especially to get their way. Do you do the chores yourself? Or do you dig in and fight the battle? Either way, it does not seem like a win-win scenario.

Danny Huerta, our go-to family expert, says that teaching kids responsibility doesn’t have to feel like war. Click here  for the FREE guide from Focus on the Family.

Questions/Issues Discussed:

Does it have to be WWIII when it comes to doing chores?

Some of you may have teenagers or college students living at home. Is it too late to start now?

Danny says to STOP saying one word to your kids when it’s time to do chores. Listen in to find out what he says to STOP doing!

Should parents pay their children for doing chores?

What is one tip that Danny recommends families implement immediately to keep the clutter at bay?

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Discussed by Terry Lowry
with Host of the What's UP Radio Program

Today’s Psalms for Living is taken from Psalm 11:1-4. In this world, you will always have troubles. As believers, it is the way we respond to those troubles that make all the difference. Unbelievers do not have the luxury of having God’s peace and calmness when they fear the future. However, Mark offers hope and encouragement in today’s devotion; listen in as Terry reads.

To order your copy of “Psalms for Living” by Mark Lanier, click here.

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Discussed by Mark Lanier
with Biblical Literacy (www.Biblical-Literacy.com)

Day 3

For the first lesson this New Year (from January 8, 2017), Mark Lanier dives right back into his series “Why I Am Not…” with part three of “Why I Am Not a Mormon”.

Questions/Issues Discussed:

Mark has quite a lot of knowledge in Hebrew and Greek. He has studied the languages for decades. He is not simply guessing at what the Truth is. He knows.

Who is God? And why is Joseph Smith’s account of Him wrong? Mark uses the story of the Samaritan woman at the well as an example, as well as others in Timothy and Colossians.

Mormons take so much from the Bible “literally”, like the passage in Isaiah 49:16 where God says “I have engraved you Israel in the palms of my hands”. Does this mean that God has physical hands?

The important thing to remember is that God is always at work in you – without fail, His “hands” are covering you. Tomorrow we will look at 1 Samuel 5:11…

Mark is leading his 800+ member class into a deeper understanding of God’s Word.  Join him next Sunday at Champion Forest Baptist Church in NW Houston.

For more information about Mark’s Class, click [here].

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Discussed by Pastor Averri LeMalle
with Champion Forest Baptist Church (www.ChampionForest.org)

Day 3

This week’s sermon from the series “The Gospel According to Matthew” will be presented by Pastor Averri LeMalle, the teaching Pastor at Champion Forest Baptist Church. Today is the third segment in his sermon entitled “Dealing with Temptation”, with a focus on Matthew Chapter Four.

Questions/Issues Discussed:

Jesus was sinless. We all know this. But how did he remain sinless when tempted?

Why is preparation so vital to avoiding temptation? When is the last time you spent intentional time in the presence of God?

Oftentimes, the fight is won behind the lines. Pastor Averri recalls something that his favorite boxer, Muhammad Ali, once said.

Pastor David Fleming encourages you to visit Champion Forest Baptist Church in NW Houston this Sunday! CFBC has Life Groups classes (Sunday School) for all ages and walks of life, including Mark Lanier’s Biblical Literacy Class, as well as several service times and locations to choose from. For more information, click here.

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Discussed by Terry Lowry
with Host of the What's UP Radio Program

Host Terry Lowry interviews influential and knowledgeable guests on relevant topics for today.

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