Moms: Unsung Heroes – Missy Robertson and Kimberley Fletcher

Moms: Unsung Heroes – Missy Robertson and Kimberley Fletcher

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In a sequel to last week’s episode on moms, Kevin has two special guests on the show. Their names are Missy Robertson and Kimberley Fletcher. Being mothers themselves, they understand how difficult raising children can be, but believe that it is the most important role women have.

Missy Robertson is the wife of Jase Robertson and has learned to live life in the spotlight as she plays an important part in her family’s record-breaking reality television series, Duck Dynasty. Despite the increased publicity on her family, company and personal life, she has become a strong voice for morality and virtue both locally and globally. Missy is a devoted mother of three children who focuses on having a strong, happy and loving family. She also runs her own jewelry business and is the ultimate working mom.

Kimberly Fletcher is an Air Force wife, mother of 8 children and president and founder of Homemakers for America (founded 2004). She is also the author of the book WOMEN: America’s Last Best Hope, and a contributing writer with The Blaze and Townhall.com. Labeled by the media as “an unabashed America-loving homemaker,” Kimberly has made it her personal mission to educate and inspire the women of America to realize their immeasurable worth and powerful influence on society simply by being who they are.

These two women shatter the modern perception that women need to be outside of the home in order to be influential. Rather, they both believe that the greatest power a woman has to influence a culture is by being a mother.Tune in to Educate For Life to hear a great discussion. You don’t want to miss it.

This episode first aired on September 23, 2017.

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Modern Mom – Candy Carson

Modern Mom – Candy Carson

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Being a modern mom is difficult. There is increasing pressure on women to get out of the home by getting a good education and getting a high-paying job. While these are great things, new research suggests that these are not the most important things for women. Surprisingly, being a parent and being involved with their children rank the highest. So how does the modern mom juggle all these priorities?

Kevin’s guest today is Candy Carson. She is the wife of Dr. Ben Carson, presidential candidate and current Director of HUD. Candy is also a mom. She knows first-hand the importance of being a mom and raising children. She will share her valuable experience.

Candy is also involved in the Mom’s March For America, taking place in Omaha, Nebraska. The goal of the Moms March is to shine a light on the powerful influence of mothers on our nation and come together to stand for decency, truth, family, freedom, and the constitution that protects our divine rights as mothers. They hope to counter the cultural pressure on women that says women should not focus on being moms.

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This episode first aired on September 16, 2017.

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A Universe From Nothing- Dr. Lawrence Krauss

A Universe From Nothing- Dr. Lawrence Krauss

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Today on Educate For Life, Kevin’s guest is Dr. Lawrence Krauss. Prof. Lawrence M. Krauss is an internationally known theoretical physicist with wide research interests, including the interface between elementary particle physics and cosmology, where his studies include the early universe, the nature of dark matter, general relativity and neutrino astrophysics. He has investigated questions ranging from the nature of exploding stars to issues of the origin of all mass in the universe.

He received undergraduate degrees in both Mathematics and Physics at Carleton University. He received his Ph.D. in Physics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1982), then joined the Harvard Society of Fellows (1982-85). He joined the faculty of the departments of Physicsand Astronomy at Yale University as assistant professor in 1985, and associate professor in 1988. In 1993 he was named the Ambrose Swasey Professor of Physics, Professor of Astronomy, and Chairman of the department of Physics at Case Western Reserve University.

Currently, he is a Professor of Physics at Arizona State University and is Director of the Origins Project. As planned, Origins will become a national center for research and outreach on origins issues, from the origins of the universe, to human origins, to the origins of consciousness and culture.

With years of study and scientific knowledge, Dr. Krauss thinks it’s more likely than not that there is no God and that the Universe came from nothing. Dr. Krauss and Kevin will discuss this issue and you will get to hear a view you might not always get to hear. If you want to learn more about Dr. Lawrence Krauss and his groundbreaking research, you can go to http://krauss.faculty.asu.edu.

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This episode first aired on September 9, 2017.

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Living through abortion and with a transgender father – Kori Peterson

Living through abortion and with a transgender father – Kori Peterson

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Imagine if you had a transgender family member or friend. Would that change your perception of that person? Would it change how you interacted with that person? Or would you just accept that person for who they are and move on? These are difficult questions to answer.

Our guest Kori Peterson has had to explore these questions to find answers on how to love her father who has become transgender. Kori has also had to deal with the pain and suffering that comes from abortion. Through her faith in Jesus Christ, she has learned that she needs to show love to her father, but that love doesn’t mean endorsing his lifestyle.

Currently, Kori Peterson is with Concerned Women For America. Concerned Women for America (CWA) is the nation’s largest public policy women’s organization with a rich history of over 35 years of helping their members across the country apply Biblical principles in all levels of public policy.

Whether you have a transgender family member or not, we hope that this episode will be insightful and encouraging.

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This episode first aired on September 2, 2017.

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Addicted America – Herlindo, Lucia, and Rita

Addicted America – Herlindo, Lucia, and Rita

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According to drugfree.org, twenty-three million Americans are currently addicted to alcohol and/or other drugs.  This is a shocking and sad statistic. But what’s worse is that only one in 10 addicts (2.6 million) receive the treatment they need. This results in a treatment gap of more than 20 million Americans. Among reasons for not receiving treatment, is cost and lack of insurance. But perhaps a larger hidden reason is the addictive power of these drugs keeps pulling addicts back into a vicious cycle where there can seem as if there is no way out.

Today on Educate For Life, Kevin is talking to a trio of guests representing Teen Challenge. Teen Challenge is a non-profit organization that relies entirely on the generous donations, funding and volunteer efforts of both individuals and organizations throughout communities in order to offer services that help addicts escape addiction at no cost to the individual. They are on the front lines in cities across the United States helping to close the addiction treatment gap and giving hope and freedom to millions of people.

You will also hear the incredible story of Rita. She is a graduate of Teen Challenge. She will share first hand what it is like to be heavily addicted to drugs and what it is like to find a way out. If you want to learn more about Teen Challenge, check out teenchallenge.org. You can read testimonials or find information on getting treatment. If you are in the San Diego, California area, head to https://www.teenchallenge.org/centers/san-diego-county/.

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This episode first aired on August 25, 2017.

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Understanding Transgenderism- Denise Schick

Understanding Transgenderism- Denise Schick

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Transgenderism is becoming more and more prominent in American culture. But why? Is it a harmless life style or a destructive trend? Today on Educate For Life Kevin’s guest is Denise Schick. Denise Schick has experienced transgenderism first hand.

When Denise was 9 years her father sat down with her and explained how he wanted to become a woman. This was too much for a 9-year-old to understand and process. It caused her to become confused about her own gender and to develop a hatred toward her father.

Years later, she reconciled with her father and began to understand why he was the way he was. Now Denise runs a ministry focused on helping to heal families and individuals that have been negatively impacted by transgender family members. If you want to learn more about Denise and her ministry you can go to http://www.help4families.com

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This episode first aired on August 25, 2017.

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