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Current Show (January 30, 2015):

Discussed by Travis Weber
with Family Research Council (

These days, you have to be tough cookie to be a baker, especially if you are a Christian. It seems like every other week, a homosexual attempts to get a cake baked for their “wedding” and the baker refuses, therefore the couple sues the baker for discrimination. But what happens when the role is reversed?

Travis S. Weber is the Director of the Center for Religious Liberty at the Family Research Council, where he focuses on all manner of legal and policy issues pertaining to religious freedom. He previously served in the U.S. Navy, piloting E-6 aircraft based out of Tinker Air Force Base in Oklahoma.

Today, Travis discusses the newest case involving a customer in Colorado who requested an anti-gay message on a cake. No surprise – the bakery owner refused! Should the owner be forced to take sensitivity classes, fined, and write the requested message on the cake? After all, isn’t she being discriminatory?

Listen in as Travis explains the law and why it needs to be changed. Also discussed in this segment with Travis Weber is the case against a church (also in Colorado) that refused to perform a funeral service for a lesbian woman. Are churches not protected under the law, either? Will there be no end to what the government will force businesses and churches to do? What about our individual freedoms? Click [here]  for more on this and other legal issues affecting our rights and freedoms as Christians and business owners in America.

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Discussed by Robert Knight
with American Civil Rights Union (

In 1850, faced with a tide of sentiment toward socialism, French Legislator Frederic Bastiat confronted the left's claims of government superiority with a timeless critique, "The Law." In this short book, Bastiat says "Man can live and satisfy his wants only by ceaseless labor…But it is also true that a man may live and satisfy his wants by seizing and consuming the products of the labor of others. This process is the origin of plunder… When they can, they wish to live and prosper at the expense of others…The annals of history bear witness to the truth of it."

You can’t compete with Santa Clause. Free Health Care. Free cell phones. Free food. Free house payments. Thankfully it appears that free community college hit a brick wall. But, free everything else. But you just can’t compete with Santa Clause.

Robert Knight, with the American Civil Rights Union, says Obama makes the Clintons look like Barry Goldwater. Thankfully, Bill Clinton was held in check by a Republican Congress. But Obama can’t be stopped. He is weakening our country every time he opens his mouth.

There was a time when the church took care of people’s needs. Families helped their own. Strangers were given food and clothing, even jobs and a warm place to sleep. Now, some cities ban people from giving food to the homeless. Women keep having more and more babies, without marrying the father, in order to live off food stamps, Medicaid, and free housing. Click [here]  for more on this and other issues.

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Discussed by Veronica Arnold
with Texas Right to Life

There are 105 Universities in Texas; 36 that are public. A pro-life group or organization exists at less than twenty-five of these 105 Universities. This is just unacceptable! We need to establish a pro-life group at every University in the state of Texas.

Veronica Arnold explains how the Texas Right to Life (TRL) needs pro-life students who are passionate about protecting life, are natural leaders, and great communicators. TRL teaches and trains the students in counseling others who have had an abortion. TRL gives them the tools necessary to recruit more pro-life leaders on campus. In return,

In addition, TRL offers up to $1,000 per semester scholarships to students who devote 50 hours or more per semester to on-campus pro-life work, provides two all-expense paid trips to Houston for training, and one trip to Washington, DC in their senior year for the March for Life. So, to sum that up, THREE FREE trips PLUS up to $8,000 total for college! And you’re saving babies! They’ll also help you find a job when you graduate! It’s a win-win situation!

If you know a student who will be a FRESHMAN or SOPHMORE and has 3 or more years left of college life at Abilene Christian University, Texas A&M Galveston, Rice University, Sam Houston State University, Texas Southern University, Texas Woman’s University, University of Houston, Texas Christian University, or West Texas A&M University, to name a few, TRL wants them!!

Click [HERE]  to submit an essay and application for the Dr. Joseph Graham Fellowship scholarship. Also, if you’re interested in sponsoring a student for a semester or two, please contact Veronica by clicking [here].

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Discussed by Mark Lanier
with Biblical Literacy (

Day 5

The Dedache

Pronounced “did-uh-kay”, Dedache is a Greek word which means “teaching”. This word, or a variation of this word, is used over and over and over in the Bible.

Mark concludes his teaching on The Dedache today. There is also another surprise song from Phil Keggy! Make sure you listen in for the points for home and share this lesson with your friends.

NOTE: Check out the online notes for this week’s lesson, especially today’s, to see some really cool PowerPoint info about the Dedache!

Mark Lanier, the leader of the Context Bible study at Champion Forest Baptist Church, is a practicing attorney who also holds a B.A. in Biblical Languages from David Lipscomb University. He is both a committed student of Scripture and an excellent communicator of its truths.

If you do not have a church home, Mark invites you to come to Champion Forest Baptist Church in Houston, TX. Attend the early service at 9:30 AM and then go the Family Life Center (located near the center of the church building) for his Life Group class, which begins at 11 AM. Mark’s class averages about 800 people every Sunday, so don’t be shy! Come and join them this Sunday!

For the lesson, unedited audio, handouts, PowerPoint slides, and video click [here].

Listen in every day to hear a portion of Mark’s lesson.

Remember, you can order a copy of his new book, “Christianity on Trial”, directly from the publisher [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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