In this episode, Brent and Lindsay discuss the Braves World Series win, Younkin’s win in Virginia, and remembering the SBC’s Orphan and Widow Sunday. They also discuss Ethiopia’s state of emergency, lessons from election night, and churches responding in light of SB8 (Texas heartbeat bill).
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- Sarah Beth Fentress with 10 lessons I’ve learned in leading a nonprofit to serve orphans, widows, and vulnerable communities
- The Braves win the World Series!
- Youngkin wins Virginia; Youngkin’s platform
- McAuliffe’s debate mistake
- New Jersey Gov. Murphy prevails
- Lesson from election night
- QAnon believers gather while hoping for JFK Jr.’s resurrection
- Ethiopia’s state of emergency; ERLC Explainer
- Lindsay: Adele’s new music
- 7 Reasons Why This Doctor Mom’s Kids Will Be First in Line for the COVID Vaccine
- Brent: City Alight music
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