John Rosemond

Parenting expert, family psychologist, best-selling author, public speaker

John Rosemond is the nation’s leading parenting expert and provides common-sense advice for raising your children. John is a nationally syndicated columnist, author and public speaker, delivering over 200 presentations annually to parents, teachers and professional groups. His audiences are left feeling empowered, educated and entertained.

A licensed family psychologist, John points out to all his audiences that “psychology has caused more problems than it has solved for American parents.” John’s mission is to be a counter-weight to the psychological parenting paradigm that was sold to America in the late 1960s/early 1970s, restore commonsense to the raising of children, and give parents the guidance needed to raise happy, well-mannered children who will, as adults, contribute value to culture and society.

Because I Said So Podcast

This morning we look at two serious problems facing the Christian Church in America.  First we look at Dr. Tony Evans’ thoughts on why and how Satan is seeking to destroy biblical manhood in order to bring chaos into society.  Then we look at a pastor in Florida who has written a book tackling the problem of “Cultural Christianity”, calling it out as a “completely different religion” from Biblical Christianity.  Is the professing church in America our greatest evangelism field these days?

Tuesdays are David Fiorazo’s morning off, in out first segment Mike and Crash are joined by Dr. John Rosemond who discusses myths about public education and chemical imbalance diagnosis of children these days.

Dr. John addresses these myths about Public Education:

  • Smaller classroms promote better learning
  • More Money improves student achievement
  • Encouranging parents to oversee homework positively impacts student achievement
  • “Social Science” research has been a boon to public education
  • Teaching academics prior to first grade boosts overall achievement


Tony Evans warns Satan attacking biblical manhood; society on ‘precipice’ of disaster

Fla. pastor tackles problem of ‘Cultural Christianity,’ says unsaved Christians are prevalent