Oct. 7: A time to reconcile

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Amber Guyger has received 10 years for murdering Botham Jean. Can Americans reconcile (erase hatred and hostility and develop good relations) across ethnic lines? Botham Jean’s younger brother may be showing the way.

Oct. 8: Open Topic

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Let’s see what current issue we’ll delve into this day.

Oct. 9: God’s position, our position

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This is the previous Sunday’s broadcast for those who missed it during worship service.

Oct. 10: Zee Zee Wright (1pm)

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Zee Zee Wright does great work as a playwright on a mission. I’ll speak with her about her new production and the organization she’ll be supporting.

Oct. 11: The fight for race war, the push for racial harmony

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What is going on in America? Are the constant shootings and murders of black people just random acts of evil or is there something even more sinister behind these acts of violence?

Oct. 12: A time to reconcile; Can tax relief help American families?

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For the benefit of the community members who listen via radio on the weekends, I’m re-broadcasting Monday’s discussion that focuses on a response to the murder of Botham Jean. Later, we’ll resume our look into the proposal of tax relief for low and moderate-income Americans.

Oct. 13: Spiritual Perspectives; The push of evil & God’s push

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When God’s people are being relentlessly pursued, what position does God take? What position does He want His people to take? Unfortunately, there are people who are committed to doing evil things to others, including to entire ethnic groups, regardless of religious motivations. Does God just sit by?