Eric concludes his conversation with Ted and Rachelle Dekker on their latest novel; David Cortman from Alliance Defending Freedom talks about the latest in the fight for liberty and free speech, this time in Arizona.
Father and daughter writing team Ted and Rachelle Dekker discuss their collaborative novel, and Ted reminisces about his upbringing with missionary parents living among Christians, Muslims, and cannibals.
Authors of the current #1 bestseller on the Kavanaugh allegations, Mollie Hemingway and Carrie Severino, delve into the controversy surrounding his confirmation as Justice for the Supreme Court. (Encore Presentation)
Eric performs a dramatic reading of “Donald Builds the Wall,” his new book releasing today! Then, Carrie Severino from the Judicial Crisis Network discusses the latest allegations against Supreme Court Justice Kavanaugh.
Casey Diaz recounts his story of how leading a violent gang in Los Angeles led to solitary confinement in California’s toughest prison, and the miraculous encounter that led him to renounce everything and lead youth out of gang life.
Football fans know the Patriots’ Benjamin Watson, who's in the studio to discuss the blow-back Drew Brees received when he championed the Bring Your Bible to School Day being encouraged by Focus on the Family.
John Zmirak is back to weigh in on how he views neo-conservatism as a step in the wrong direction, and the oddity of Democrats opposing Trump's foreign-policy strategy while he essentially holds their position on America's involvement in the Iraq War.
President and CEO of Prison Fellowship James Ackerman discusses the personal transformations he sees through the organization, as well as his relationship with the reformed Nixon aide Chuck Colson who founded it.
Dr. Marty Makary, bestselling author, surgeon, and Professor of Health Policy at Johns Hopkins, targets the burden of growing health-care costs in America and posits how to fix the system. (Encore Presentation)
From Angel Stadium, Eric interviews baseball legend Darryl Strawberry, who unveils his past of substance abuse and womanizing during his MLB career and how encountering Jesus led to restoration in his life and family.
Bestselling author Jonathan Cahn unveils his latest work wherein he explores mysteries about the Jewish celebration of Jubilee and insights about the rise and fall of nations (including America), current events, and end-time prophecies.
Dr. Sasa tells his story on how he escaped severe persecution and famine in Myanmar, earned his medical degree, and returned to his home country, forgiving his enemies and providing health and hope as the region’s only doctor for 500,000 people.
The esteemed Baroness Caroline Cox discusses fighting for academic freedom, assisting women impacted by Sharia law in the U.K., and providing aid and advocacy to those suffering under military occupation. (Encore Presentation)