In this episode, Josh, Lindsay, and Jenn discuss the Georgia massage parlor shootings, the White house no longer getting daily COVID-19 tests, federal efforts reducing poverty, and March Madness. Lindsay gives a rundown of this week’s ERLC content including the Policy Staff with “Explainer: The crisis unaccompanied minors are facing at the border,” Jordan Wooten with “Does the value of children depend on their usefulness? Children are a gift not a liability,” and David Dunham with “Why addicts must learn to practice honesty: Deception’s role in aiding addiction.” Also in this episode, the hosts are joined by Jenn Kintner for a conversation about life and ministry.
Jenn Kintner serves as the Office Coordinator for the Nashville office of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission. She holds a Doctorate of Education from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Prior to her work at the ERLC she spent 10 years discipling and teaching women in Christian higher education. You can connect with her on Twitter: @jennkintner
- Policy Staff with Explainer: The crisis unaccompanied minors are facing at the border
- Jordan Wooten with Does the value of children depend on their usefulness? Children are a gift, not a liability
- David Dunham with Why addicts must learn to practice honesty: Deception’s role in aiding addiction
- Georgia massage parlor shootings: What we know
- White supremacy and hate are haunting Asian Americans
- Suspect in Atlanta-area spa shootings might have intended more shootings in Florida, mayor says
- White House staff no longer tested for Covid-19 daily
- Explainer: New federal efforts could reduce poverty in America
- Chelsea & Michael Sobolik adoption
- March Madness returns
- Lindsay: Pray for Suzanne’s little girl Esther, born with Trisomy 18; Mollyheartsbooks
- Josh: Israeli experts announce discovery of more Dead Sea scrolls
- Jenn: Old things but good things: local library and hand-written notes
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