This week on The Bulletin, hosts Mike Cosper, Nicole Martin, and editor in chief Russell Moore talk about how to navigate a complicated culture as citizens of heaven. Michael Wear wonders aloud with us about why we still don’t have a speaker of the House. Sissy Goff joins the show to discuss the complex dance parents perform when surveilling their kids’ technology use, especially during wartime. And, veteran journalist Bob Smietana stops by to talk about the latest research about spirituality and health. Join the lively conversation as we engage in this week’s news.
Joining us this week:
Michael Wear is president and CEO of the Center for Christianity and Public Life, a nonpartisan institution, based in Washington, DC, with the mission to contend for the credibility of Christian resources in public life, for the public good. He is a trusted resource and advisor for a range of civic leaders on matters of faith and public life.
Sissy Goff is the executive director of Daystar Counseling Ministries in Nashville, Tennessee, where she works alongside her counseling assistant/pet therapist, Lucy the Havanese. Since 1993, she has been helping girls and their parents find confidence in who they are and hope in who God is making them to be. Sissy is a sought-after speaker for parenting events across the country and is a frequent guest on media outlets including CNN, Good Morning America, Inside Edition, NBC Nightly News, and Christianity Today. She is the bestselling author of 13 books including her latest, The Worry-Free Parent: Finding the Confidence You Need So Your Kids Can, Too.
Bob Smietana is an award-winning religion reporter and editor who has spent two decades producing breaking news, data journalism, investigative reporting, profiles, and features for magazines, newspapers, trade publications, and websites. Most notably, he has served as a senior writer for Facts & Trends, senior editor of Christianity Today, religion writer at The Tennessean, correspondent for Religion News Service, and contributor to OnFaith, USA Today, and The Washington Post. He is best known for his coverage of evangelical Christianity, end-time cat-worshipers, and the human side of religion.
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