A Call to Prayer for the Future of Our Nation
The Christian Outlook | Topics for Today's Believers
In our fast-changing world, it can be difficult to sort through the issues of the day. From family to faith to the latest in the public square, it’s hard to stay up on what’s happening, much less interpret the news in a way that honors our Christian faith. That’s what Salem’s Christian hosts do for our listeners across the country every day—and “The Christian Outlook” draws from the best of their material to bring you an hour-long program you won’t want to miss.
Friday, May 5
The Christian Outlook – May 6, 2023 Kevin McCullough interviews pastor Allen Jackson about his recent tweet expressing the need to support authority, including law enforcement, and first responders, amidst attacks against them in the public square. Jackson emphasized the importance of speaking the truth about the positive role of authority in our lives, and the potential for the church to combat the manipulative messaging that seeks to tear it down. Don Kroah asks Pastor Jack Graham how he would respond to Christians who may be skeptical about the effectiveness of Christianity in light of the country's current direction. Dr. Jack Graham emphasizes the need for a revival of the Bible, genuine repentance, and consistent prayer. Dr. Albert Mohler discusses the Surgeon General's report on the epidemic of loneliness and isolation in America, and notes that as Christians, we are committed to seek the welfare of other human beings made in God's image. He calls for a deeper consideration of what caused this epidemic and what could be the remedy. Don Kroah talks with Dr. Tim Clinton, a licensed professional counselor and marriage and family therapist, about the importance of teaching children the significance of prayer, especially in light of the alarming statistics from a recent CDC report on teen mental health. Clinton emphasized that praying together as a couple or family can create a beautiful, unashamedly heartfelt connection to God. Georgene Rice talks with Andrew Farley, about his book, The Grace Message: Is the Gospel Really This Good? They discuss the importance of the sacrifice Jesus made for us, so that we could be free in Him.
Remembering Tim Keller
Friday, May 5