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.
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 you my thoughts on the next JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
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.
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?
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.