Trumpet columnist Brad Macdonald takes the radio show today to discuss the new leader of Britain’s second-largest political party.
If we fail to learn from failure, we will keep making the same mistakes. What is your approach to failure? Do you examine what you’ve done wrong and strive to fix it? Or do you fail to learn the lessons and continue repeating the same mistakes? Our approach to failure has everything to do with how we grow. On today’s program, Stephen Flurry uses the Bible to explain how we can achieve success by learning from our mistakes.
Law enforcement officials in the United States are being gunned down at an alarming rate. So far this year, 25 on-duty police officers have been killed by gunfire. Police are being attacked and continually harassed for trying to do their jobs. Many officers are afraid to perform simple tasks out of fear of media backlash. On today’s show, Stephen Flurry explains where the breakdown of legal order is leading the United States.
Nine days after 9/11, Benjamin Netanyahu gave a rousing speech in Congress before the House Government Reform Committee. In it, he posed a simple, straightforward question: “Do we rally to defeat this evil, while there is still time, or de we press a collective snooze button and go back to business as usual?” Fourteen years on, the Western world has definitely returned to business as usual. On today’s radio show, Stephen Flurry shows that the world today is much more dangerous that it was before 9/11.
Everything we do comes back to what is going on in our minds. What is the quality of your thinking? How deep of a thinker are you? Are you able to concentrate on the things you want to concentrate on? Or are you easily distracted? 2 Corinthians 10:5 says we must bring into “captivity every thought to the obedience of Christ.” On today’s show, Stephen Flurry provides tips that will help you develop a more godly way of thinking.
Queen Elizabeth II surpassed her great-great-grandmother, Queen Victoria, to become Britain’s longest-reigning monarch today. She was 25 years old when she ascended to the throne in 1952. Despite the demise of the British Empire during her reign, the throne remained strong. On today’s program, Stephen Flurry explores Bible prophecy to explain the profound truths behind the history of Britain’s monarchy.
Dramatic events are shaking Europe at its foundation. The refugee crisis is exposing major flaws in the European Union. How much longer can Europe stand on these shaky grounds? Who’s going to solve these crises? Listen to Stephen Flurry explain how events are bringing Europe into perfect alignment with Bible prophecy!
The Garden of Eden was God’s model environment in which Adam and Eve could learn from and grow in. God intended for Adam and Eve to develop their God-given creative abilities in the midst of this paradise. Then they were to take what they learned and replicate it, teaching their children to raise up magnificent gardens all over the Earth. On today’s program, Stephen Flurry shows how God’s creation teaches us a lot about God Himself.
Yesterday, a Kentucky clerk, Kim Davis, was arrested, and taken into custody for not issuing same-sex "marriage" licenses. U.S. District Judge David L. Bunning, who made the decision to have Davis arrested, said “If you give people the opportunity to choose which orders they follow, that’s what potentially causes problems.” The United States is quickly becoming a lawless land—high-ranking officials frequently pick and choose laws to obey, or ignore. On today’s show, Stephen Flurry exposes the hypocrisy and lawlessness that abounds in the Untied States today.
In less than 48 hours, British biochemist and Nobel Prize winner in Physiology and Medicine, Timothy Hunt’s career was in shambles. He was abruptly fired from his position at University College London after making a self-deprecating joke in front of a group of female reporters. Reporters took his off the cuff comments out of context and posted about them on social media. Hunt went from being a universally loved and respected figure in the world of science and academia to an instant pariah. On today’s show, Stephen Flurry, discusses the problems and paradoxes that plague modern academia.