Janet Mefferd Today

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September 30, 2020 47 min
President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden go head-to-head at the first presidential debate. I'll bring you the details and break down where things are headed in the race for the White House. Plus: Scott David Allen, president of Disciple Nations Alliance, joins me to discuss his book, "Why Social Justice is Not Biblical Justice." That and more on Wednesday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
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With all his support for radical progressive ideas, how is it that presidential Democrat hopeful Joe Biden is still touted as a "moderate?" I'll talk it over with George Newmayr, author of "The Biden Deception: Moderate, Opportunist or the Democrats' Crypto-Socialist?" Plus: A new ballot scandal for Democrats, while California enacts more radical LGBT legislation. We'll talk about it on Tuesday's JAN...
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President Trump announces his pick to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the U.S. Supreme Court. We'll bring you all the reaction and the latest on the confirmation process. Plus: Through the Psalms, the Lord offers us comfort, strength and encouragement for every moment in life. I'll talk about it with Michele Howe, author of the book, "Deliver Me." Join us for Monday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
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How can the character of the Lord Jesus Christ impact the way we do Christian apologetics? I'll talk it over with Tom Gilson, senior editor and ministry coordinator at The Stream and author of the book, "Too Good to be False." Plus: Several Christians were arrested recently in Moscow, Idaho, for protesting a local mandate over masks and social distancing. But were these believers really being persecuted? I'll give y...
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A new Pentagon report on growing Chinese military power has some retired U.S. flag officers alarmed that America would lose a war with China. We'll get the details from John Rossomando, senior analyst for defense policy at the Center for Security Policy. Plus: The latest on that bombshell Senate report on Hunter Biden, and a surprising legal development concerning a Woke Southern Baptist church in Washington, D.C. Join us for T...
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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi recently said she attended in-person Catholic communion, even as she chastised her archbishop for protesting the COVID-19-related ban on indoor worship services. Now, her spokesman claims Pelosi “misspoke." We'll talk about it. Plus: On Oct. 6, pastor Carter Conlon of Times Square Church is hosting a prayer event for revival in America from a historic Pilgrim site in Plymouth, Massachusetts. Why? ...
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The Black Lives Matter organization was founded on Marxist and "queer" ideals. But how many know about its roots in the occult? We'll get details from Don Veinot, president of Midwest Christian Outreach. Plus: President Trump says he'll select a female judge to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court, but some pro-lifers are wary of one of the emerging frontrunners. We'll explain why on Tuesday&...
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The Left is ramping up its threats against President Trump after the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, as the president vows to expedite his nomination for a replacement before the election. But House Speaker Nancy Pelosi isn't ruling out another baseless presidential impeachment as a means of stopping the constitutional process. What kind of political chaos may be ahead for America in a year already fraught w...
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We know that we are in the last days, and the Lord could return at any time. What are some key points we need to understand about what is ahead for the world? I'll talk it over with William Boekestein, pastor of Immanuel Fellowship Church and author of, "The Future of Everything: Essential Truths about the End Times." Plus: How can we maintain a steady course in following Jesus throughout our lives? Pastor Andrew Randal...
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Mount Sinai was the holy site where the Lord gave Moses the Ten Commandments, but where is it really located? Author and filmmaker Joel Richardson joins me to talk about it and his book, "Mount Sinai in Arabia." Plus: What should we think when we see liberal virtue-signaling taking the place of constructive political discussion? Author Tanner Roberts joins me to talk about it and his book, "Dumb Politics." That and ...
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Why does the Bible both condemn boasting and also exalt boasting in Christ Jesus? I'll talk it over with Josh Moody, senior pastor of College Church in Wheaton, Ill., author of the book "Boasting: When we Boast Right, We Live right, and We Bear Much Fruit to God's Honour." Plus: The weight of responsibility and fear of inadequacy in educating children at home can stress out the best of Christian mothers. What’s the...
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Life can be hard, but that can't stop the Christian from standing for Christ. How can God use both our weaknesses and our courage to bring the gospel to a dying world and understand the needs of others? David and Jason Benham join me to talk about it and their latest book, "Bold and Broken: Becoming the Bridge Between Heaven and Earth." Plus: Daniel Henderson joins me to talk about his book, "Transforming Presence: ...
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Jesus Christ is our Lord and our Savior, but He is also our King. How should that affect the way we live as His disciples? David Young, senior minister at North Boulevard Church in Murfreesboro, Tenn. joins me to discuss his book, "KING JESUS and the Beauty of Obedience-Based Discipleship." Plus: A stunning announcement from the former editor of evangelicalism's "flagship" magazine. We'll talk about it on Mo...
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On Sept. 11, 2001, America was attacked by Islamic terrorists from overseas. Today, America is under attack from within. Will the Lord rescue the United States from the dangers that surround us? We'll talk about it. Plus: Radio host and author June Hunt, founder of Hope for the Heart, explains why the Christian always has hope, regardless of the circumstances we face. Don't miss Friday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
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California lawmakers have passed a bill, exempting homosexual sex predators from having to register as sex offenders against minors as young as 14. Randy Thomasson, president of SaveCalifornia.com, joins Janet to talk about it. Plus: How can grandparents play a role in their grandchildren's spiritual growth? Dr. Josh Mulvihill stops by to discuss his book, "Discipling Your Grandchildren." That and more on Thursday's...
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A California church could face criminal charges for remaining open against county COVID-19 guidelines. What does government pressure on churches say about the state of America? We'll talk about it. Plus: How can Christian men frustrated by their lack of spiritual growth move forward in Christian maturity? I'll talk it over with Joe Barnard, executive director of Cross Training Ministries and author of, "The Way Forward....
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President Trump is taking aim at the use of diabolical Critical Race Theory in training sessions at federal agencies, with the White House denouncing the neo-Marxist ideology as "divisive, un-American propaganda." Will this inspire Christians in the Southern Baptist Convention to come down even harder on denominational leaders who are pushing Critical Race Theory inside their churches? We'll talk about it. Plus: Richard...
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There are many voices out there today, saying that science and religion are incompatible. What are these myths that circulate so frequently and inaccurately? I'll talk about it with Dr. Michael Newton Keas, a senior fellow at the Discovery Institute and author of the book, "Unbelievable." Plus: How do we pray the Lord's promises back to him, in every situation? Author Linda Evans Shepherd discusses her book, "Pr...
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How can Christians deal with anti-Christian hostility or even forms of persecution in the workplace? Dr. David Goetsch, emeritus vice president and professor of business at Northwest Florida State College, joins me to talk about it and his book, "Christians on the Job: Winning at Work without Compromising Your Faith." Plus: The importance of character with Pat Williams, senior vice president of the NBA's Orlando Magic a...
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The struggle for American independence owes much to a brave group of clergymen who stood on the Word of God in their quest for liberty. Who were these men, how did they view America in light of the Bible, and why do we need such preachers again in our day? Former Oklahoma lawmaker Dan Fisher, pastor of Fairview Baptist Church in Edmond, joins me to talk about it and his book, "Bringing Back the Black Robed Regiment." Join u...
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