Heidi St. John: CHOP, Church & State, Masks & the ‘Rona’

by | Jun 18, 2020 | American Church, Culture & Morality, Government, Podcast, Politics and Faith | 0 comments

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TODAY’S GUEST: The Busy Mom, Heidi St. John is back with her passionate insights from a biblical perspective on what in the world is going on in the country these days!

As an author and speaker, Heidi has been discussing marriage, family and cultural issues for over 15 years. Heidi and her husband, Jay are homeschooling parents and live just outside of Vancouver, Washington.

Heidi is the author of seven books, her most recent being Bible Promises for Momsand is the latest in the MomStrong collection. She has also recently released Prayers for the Battlefield: Staying MomStrong in the Fight for Your Family and Your Faith; and Becoming MomStrong: How to Fight With All That’s In You For Your Family and Your Faith.

WE DISCUSS the recent Supreme Court decision “protecting” LGBT employees and what that means for churches, and the advancement of the radical sex agenda in public schools. Heidi gives an update on her home state of Washington and the ‘Rona’ virus tyranny and fear plus her thoughts on what’s going on in Seattle. Chaz? Chop?!

State government leaders have lost their backbones and minds. There has also been a dramatic spike in Homeschooling interest; we discuss the great mask debate, unfair attacks on police, and the truth about Black Lives Matter. We also touch on how people react when they are presented new facts and truth (Cognitive Dissonance) – they lash out. (Remember to pray for those in ministry.)


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Erik Rush: Where are the conservatives in Washington?

Jan Markell: When Utter Lawlessness Visited My Home Town

A Biblical Analysis of Black Lives Matter

Masks: Facts From an RN & 6 Things that Weaken Our Immune Systems