The Unfolding
The Unfolding
Oct 25, 2019
Page 24: Megan Thompson
Play episode · 49 min
Thirty years old with stage 4 cancer and a treatment plan that doesn't seem to be working - that is the unwelcome journey for Megan Thompson.  How can you face such physical hardship and bitter disappointment, and not get angry with God?  And if you do feel angry, can you still have faith?
Fearless with Cissie Graham Lynch
Fearless with Cissie Graham Lynch
Billy Graham Evangelistic Association
Episode 32: Indoctrination Through Education | School Board Meeting Follow-Up
I started my last social media post with a statement: “Recognizing a group which has overcome a lot of barriers.” In our county in Florida, where my children attend school, the idea was proposed to “celebrate” LGBTQ+ History Month in schools where kids of all ages would be taught this sexual ideology. I have been talking about taking a stand for the education of our children a lot lately. Being a mom and a Christian with a public platform, I receive letters from parents all across the country who have great concern over what their kids are being taught in schools. Recently, I received a message from a grandmother of a fourth grader after a book was sent home about two boys falling in love and kissing. We have seen in Virginia schools where there have been books about LGBT in kindergarten. When this issue came to my own doorstep this week, I had to practice what I preach. Why has sexual ideology become the forefront of educational endeavors? And why would you introduce teaching something like sexuality to kindergarten-aged kids that can’t even tie their own shoes? Why do school districts want to take the place of parents? I address these questions, my experience this week at my local school board meeting, and my suggestions for how we should approach this on the #FearlessPodcast. *Scripture Referenced* * Ephesians 5:15-16 * John 1:17 *Going Farther* * *Why states need to ditch mandatory ‘LGBT history’ education programs* – https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/why-states-need-to-ditch-mandatory-lgbt-history-education-programs * *Virginia School District to Keep LGBTQ Children’s Books* – https://decisionmagazine.com/virginia-school-district-to-keep-lgbtq-childrens-books/ * Billy Graham sermon, “*Educational problems in America” *– https://billygraham.org/audio/educational-problems-in-america/ *Websites:* * Billy Graham Evangelistic Association — https://billygraham.org/ * Billy Graham Radio — https://billygraham.org/tv-and-radio/radio/ * Samaritan’s Purse — https://samaritanspurse.org/ *Facebooks:* * Billy Graham Evangelistic Association Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BillyGrahamEvangelisticAssociation/ * Billy Graham Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ReverendBillyGraham/ * Billy Graham Radio Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/billygrahamradio/
30 min
The Boundless Show
The Boundless Show
Focus on the Family
Behind the Scenes at The Babylon Bee: Episode 664
Women tell how their boyfriends proposed, plus a peek inside The Babylon Bee, and his church-going date doesn’t put Christ first. Featured musical artist: Various Artists Roundtable: Engagement Stories (The Girls’ Side) In part two of this discussion on proposal dos and don’ts (part one with the guys last week!), the ladies remember the details of that moment their boyfriends got down on one knee. Along with their stories, they talk about what made the experience meaningful, important conversations to have beforehand, their advice to men planning a proposal, and how to know if you’re ready to make the leap from dating to getting engaged.  Culture: The Babylon Bee Has Just the Right Sting The news is so serious these days. While it’s important to stay informed about important issues and events, it’s also necessary to have a good laugh — especially when the humor points out your little (or not so little) hypocrisies and keeps you humble. Kyle Mann, editor in chief of The Babylon Bee, tells about his journey of becoming a satire writer, what it’s like to have the world read your stuff (and sometimes believe it!), and how he’s learned to take his faith seriously amid all the hype.    Inbox: Christ’s Not the Center of Her Life? He’s taken her on a few dates and really enjoys spending time with her. But when he asked about her faith, she mentioned not being in the same place as him spiritually. She’s very involved at her church, so her response seemed rather odd. Is this a red flag, or should he keep dating her to find out more? Counselor Tim Sanford weighs in.
57 min
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