Veteran White House reporter, Keith Koffler, is an award-winning journalist with 20 years experience covering Washington. Keith drops in with his recently published biography of Steve Bannon: “Bannon: Always the Rebel“. Keith is also the author of the ebook, “The Obama Scandals”.
Fr. Dwight Longnecker visits with conversation on the Washington’s Metro’s, also known as WMATA, rejection of a Christmas ad campaign from the Archdiocese of Washington because it “promotes religion”, and shares his new book, The Mystery of the Magi.
The fundraiser celebration continues with commentary and analysis on current news.
Good Morning Face Book Friends, I’m about to go to the radio studio for this morning’s program, and I want to re-iterate that the live remote from VCA has been cancelled. We had a wonderful time of fellowship there last Saturday, and it was great having a live audience to watch the program being done.
More conversation on new book, Gods & Thrones, and commentary on Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, and weighing in on the Roy Moore saga.
Tune in for the kick-off of the The Really, Real, Deal” fundraiser celebrating its 10th year!
Brother Craig talks about the real meaning of Christmas and welcomes guest, Ed Klein.
Brother Craig hosts Christian Scientist and Chemistry Instructor, Russ Giacofei, who shares a fascinating lesson on science & The Bible.
Benjamin Wiker is, first of all, a husband and a father of seven children. He graduated from Furman University with a B.A. in Political Philosophy. He has an M.A. in Religion and a Ph.D. in Theological Ethics, both from Vanderbilt University. Dr. Wiker taught at Marquette University, then St. Mary’s University (MN), Thomas Aquinas College
Family Foundation Grassroots Coordinator, Miranda Robinson, drops by sounding the alarm of activities and recruitment for the organization’s 2017 Richmond Grassroots Activism Project, Saturday, July 22, 2017. The Family Foundation’s mission seeks to empower families in Virginia by applying a biblical worldview and founding principles to culture and public policy. To learn more about The