On Culture Friday, John Stonestreet discusses how to fight for our kids, and Collin Garbarino takes us back to 1982 to rediscover the magic of E.T. (now playing in theaters). Plus: CCM artist John Martin Keith opens up about the dangers of comparison, and the Friday morning news.
A Christian university in Washington state sues to stop probe into Biblical sexual standards, Republicans reconsider programs for paid family leave, and a milk bank in Northern Illinois helps infants get the nutrition they need. Plus: commentary by Cal Thomas and the Thursday morning news.
On Washington Wednesday, fallout from the FBI raid of Donald Trump’s house; on World Tour, the latest international news; and Jessie Bates on faith and football. Plus: commentary by Emily Whitten, and the Wednesday morning news.
Growing new trees from old roots in Niger and around the world; Finland, Sweden, and the current state of NATO; and a sneak peak of the new season of the Legal Docket podcast. Plus: commentary from Steve West and the Tuesday morning news.
On Legal Docket, First Amendment rights cases from the lower courts; on Moneybeat, the July jobs report and the “hidden” costs of inflation; and on History Book, important dates from the past. Plus: the Monday morning news.
On Culture Friday, Andrew Walker joins to discuss how Christians can engage with challenging stories in the news; and Collin Garbarino reviews a new animated movie on Apple TV+. Plus: Ask the Editor, and the Friday morning news.
Health officials are concerned about the evidence of a link between THC consumption and the onset of psychosis; the political significance of Speaker Pelosi’s trip to Taiwan; and the legacy of Ron Sider. Plus: commentary from Cal Thomas, and the Thursday morning news.
On Washington Wednesday, the Democrats’ plan to beat back inflation; on World Tour, the latest international news; and a prayer warrior who loves to pray with strangers. Plus: commentary from Janie B. Cheaney, and the Wednesday morning news.
A pregnancy center in Massachusetts faces challenges from local and state politicians; the rising demand for special education teachers is not being met with enough supply; the Classic Book of the Month for August. Plus: commentary from Whitney Williams, and the Tuesday morning news.
On Legal Docket, religious liberty cases percolating in the lower courts; on Moneybeat, how to measure the health of the economy; and on History Book, important dates from the past. Plus: the Monday morning news.