On the Wednesday morning show, Earl visited with Brad Mattes of Life Issues Institute. They discussed the ramifications of the recently passed legislations in the states of New York and Vermont that allow for late-term abortions, even up to, and including, at the time of delivery.
Join us for this week's Network Update as Roger Lonnquist and Carlene Prince discuss the expansion of New Life Radio Tanzania, as we move into our studio and office building there. What was an obstacle became a blessing - rejoice with us and listen for ways you can continue to pray for New Life Radio Tanzania.
Today, Carlene Prince sat down and talked with the founders of Child Bridge, Steve & Mary Bryan. They talked about the miraculous way the Lord brought children in the foster system crisis to their attention, and how they continue to branch out into more Montana communities, and the resources they offer to assist with the specialized needs in this area of focus. You will clearly hear their hearts and the joy in their voices when they share a few of the stories of transformation they have witnessed, as children come into loving homes. Listen with an open heart, and hopefully you will be stirred to seek what your role in this amazing journey of transformation you can be, as there's a place for each one of us to be involved!
Jerry Johnson, President of National Religious Broadcasters, sat down with our Network Manager, Roger Lonnquist, to discuss censorship of religious posts on social media. Listen to the full interview here, and find more information about this subject on www.internetfreedomwatch.org.
Our Network General Manager of YNOP, Roger Lonnquist, stopped by to give us our weekly update. Today, we are asking for prayer as we have multiple FCC licenses That were backlogged because of the recent government shutdown. Please listen and pray as we seek God to move according to His perfect will and faithfulness.
January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month - and Carlene Prince sat down for a conversation today with Richard Lee, Director of Church Mobilization for International Justice Mission - a highly respected global organization with a plan to eliminate the slave trade everywhere. IJM's mission is an extensive plan to work with local law enforcement not only rescuring slaves - but going beyond is legal realms and other efforts to stop the slave trade in it's tracks. Learn about this important issue as there are more than 40+million slaves globally - learn how you can be involved and bring change to bear. (For more information on IJM - visit www.ijm.org)
General Manager of Your Network of Praise, Roger Lonnquist, stopped by the morning show to talk about how the government shutdown is affecting the expansion into Hardin, Harlowtown, & a new location, which will be announced in the near future. He is asking for prayer over the expansion, as we are hoping to air Your Network of Praise in these new locations as soon as possible. Stay tuned for more Network Updates, coming every Monday morning at 8:15am (mountain time.)
YNOP General Manager Roger Lonnquist talked with Jeff Laszloffy, President of the Montana Family Foundation, about proposed bills at the Montana Legislature, which are important to Montana families, including legislation concerning life, school choice, and human trafficking in Montana. Jeff Laszloffy will also be at the School Choice Rally, on the steps of the Montana Capitol Building, from 12-1p on January 24th. This rally will be especially important for families with children in private religious schools or who are homeschooling.
It's hard to believe that the problem of human trafficking has mushroomed into the number of affected lives that it has globally - but it especially hits close to home when we realize this problem is one experienced in our own backyard - and in every state in the nation. Today's conversation is with Constance Newmann, Founder & Executive Director of Safe Haven. Constance is working hard to establish the first certified group home for former victims of sex trafficking in Montana. Constance shares her heart on this issue, explains the dedicated work that has gone into the last few years to get this home established, as well as sharing the need for prayer and funding to purchase the home's property within a tight window of time, with a deadline approaching soon. This is a great dialogue to listen to for anyone who has a heart for this issue, and wants to be a part of making it a reality, so that girls rescued in our very own state from this horrible crime perpetrated upon them - will have a safe place to heal and be restored. For more information on Safe Haven, visit (www.safehavenmt.org)