There is a false sense of conservatism in America with our courts and the progress President Trump is making in keeping his promises.
Pastor Frank Amedia discusses with host Stephen Strang what the Lord is showing him for 2019 and how believers need to continue to pray.
Hear how globalization is being challenged, but the deep state is still working to find alliances.
"What is it on this day that so drives us to be among loved ones?" -Jamie Buckingham
Stephen Strang wishes you a Merry Christmas and shares stories from his favorite memories of Christmas at the family farm in Michigan to being alone on Christmas at college making him sensitive to the ones who are alone at this time of year.
To honor the memory of author, writer and journalist Jamie Buckingham, Steve reads what Jamie taught him about treasuring family, friends, and the Christmas season. Listen and reflect.
The prophetic evangelist shares how he is raising up the next generation to walk in Spirit-filled ministry.
Randy Clark is a prophetic evangelist who operates powerfully in healing, but he is probably best-known for his involvement in the Toronto Outpouring. Our host Stephen Strang caught up with Randy at the Jesus ’18 conference in Orlando, Florida. Listen to how God opened doors for Randy to launch a ministry in Brazil. Hear Randy’s insights and stories including how the Lord is moving in Brazil’s political arena.
One thing respected by the people is President Trump has followed through keeping his campaign promises. Host Stephen Strang has the privilege recently to be on Bob Harden's show. Listen as Steve shares with Bob how the book "Trump Aftershock," documents Trump's presidential accomplishments!
A famous singer who survived one of the worst school fires in American history remembers the horrific event 60 years later with a very personal song.
Jonathan Cain, keyboardist for the rock band Journey and husband to Pastor Paula White-Cain, was 8 years old when a fire at Our Lady of the Angels School in Chicago killed 92 of his schoolmates and three nuns on Dec. 1, 1958. He attended a special memorial Mass earlier this month to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the tragedy. At the Mass, Cain performed "The Day They Became Angels," which he wrote 10 years ago to honor those who lost their lives in the fire.
Listen to Stephen Strang's interview with Jonathan about the fire and hear the song he wrote.
People who are anti-God are amping up their efforts to get rid of vestiges of religion or Christianity from the culture. But remember, when someone says Happy Holidays, the latter term actually means "holy day."
George H.W. Bush cared about knowing how people thought and what they cared about. Stephen Strang continues his conversation about the former president with one of his old friends, Doug Wead, who worked closely with Bush Sr. in the White House. Hear stories about the late president's faith, background, and complications between faith and politics.
Americans are still mourning the recent death of former President George H.W. Bush. Many prominent political and religious leaders have shared their thoughts and feelings about the 41st president. But last week, Stephen Strang talks about the former president with one of his old friends, Doug Wead, who worked closely with Bush Sr. in the White House. He shared with Steve not only how God used him in his position of influence but also about the bias he faced as a Christian in the political arena.
When you look at it, all of us our immigrants to this country. The problem is, Stephen Strang says, many people have come into this country illegally, and most of them south of the border. And the problem continues to get worse every day.
In this episode, host Stephen Strang shares fond memories of meeting the late president George H.W. Bush. Steve talks about being part of a group of Christian leaders to visit with him during his administration. Click to hear about this time in history.
Something scary is happening to America's ethics. Moral issues are becoming less about right versus wrong and more about "my truth and your truth." Look at the way our culture, media, politics, even schools, is blurring the lines on what consists of murder, sexual immorality or lying. This disturbing trend is the reason prominent theologian Wayne Grudem wrote his latest book, Christian Ethics: An Introduction to Biblical Moral Reasoning."
"There are moral standards in the Bible that apply to all people for all time because they come from our Creator," Wayne says. Listen to find out more about what you can do to change America's ethics.