In this episode, Josh, Lindsay, and Brent discuss the pipeline cyberattack that led to gas stations in the southeast running out of gas, Liz Cheney’s oust from leadership, the Gaza crisis, and the Evangelical Lutheran Church electing their first transgender bishop. Lindsay gives a rundown of this week’s ERLC content including Catherine Parks with “What you can do during India’s COVID crisis,” Josh Wester and Jordan Wootten with “Explainer: The contract dispute between Kentucky and Sunrise Children’s Services,” Jared Kennedy with “How to prepare your children to see their gendered bodies as gifts for God’s mission.”
- Catherine Parks with What you can do during India’s COVID crisis
- Josh Wester and Jordan Wootten with Explainer: The contract dispute between Kentucky and Sunrise Children’s Services
- Jared Kennedy with How to prepare your children to see their gendered bodies as gifts for God’s mission
- Gas stations in the Southeast run out of gas as people panic buy fuel
- US pipeline cyberattack is a ‘wake up call’ for America
- Panic Drives Gas Shortages After Colonial Pipeline Ransomware Attack
- Cheney defiant as Republicans oust her from leadership for rebuking Trump
- Gaza crisis: Casualties pile up with no signs of ceasefire from Israel, Hamas
- Evangelical Lutheran Church elects first transgender bishop
- Lindsay: Dairy free Starbucks guide
- Josh: First plane ride for graduation
- Brent: Cut 4: Pitchers are athletes, too; Could A’s leaving Oakland open door for Major League Baseball franchise in Nashville?
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