The coronavirus got you home tonight? Don’t worry we are live tonight at 7pm on YouTube, Facebook, and our App.
Two things to bring to your attention:
First, we are so excited to be putting on our first annual Fight Laugh Feast Conference in Nashville October 1st through 3rd. Registration is now live. Seating is limited so register now! All club members get $100 off of registration, so if you are a club member or become a club member, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to get your discount code.
Secondly, we have new club content in our member portal! God and Government and No Limits Eschatology both with Gary DeMar. We also added more East Coast Tour content including interviews with David French and Dr. Walt Williams. Support rowdy Christian media by joining our club, we can’t thank you enough!
What you will find in this email:
- Network Mission
- Two Interviews:
- Links to our Corporate Sponsor: Samaritan Ministries
- Our Upcoming Events Schedule
- News articles that we read throughout this past week
For far too long we have allowed secular media outlets like CNN, MSNBC, Fox, and others to dominate our airwaves. The advancement of the internet and technology, means that CrossPolitic and the Fight Laugh Feast Network is not bound to the gatekeepers of mainstream media. But here is the catch, in order to compete with mainstream media, we need to crowdsource our efforts. What do I mean by that, we need you to join our army of club members, so that we will have the resources to not only compete with mainstream media, but to take it over because Jesus is King. So, we are building something that hopefully by the grace of God will become a big voice for Christians all over the world. In three years, with little resources, we have found placement in millions of households on Direct TV and Comcast, and we will reach about 3 million in podcast downloads in this year alone. Thanks for considering supporting our work, and of course above all we appreciate your prayers that we would stay faithful to the gospel, as we proclaim it in the public square. Join the Club, grow the movement, and pray for reformation and revival in our country.
Mark David Hall, Did America Have a Christian
Mark David Hall is the Herbert Hoover Distinguished Professor of Politics and Faculty Fellow in the William Penn Honors Program at George Fox University. He is also associated faculty at the Center for the Study of Law and Religion at Emory University and senior fellow at Baylor University’s Institute for Studies of Religion. He has written, edited, or co-edited a dozen books on religion and politics in America and is a nationally recognized expert on the religious freedom. He writes for the online publications Law & Liberty and Intercollegiate Studies Review and has appeared regularly on a number of radio shows, including Jerry Newcomb’s Truth in Action, Tim Wildman’s Today’s Issues, and the Janet Mefferd Show. He is the author of the new book: Did America Have a Christian Founding?
Joel Noble, Samaritan Ministries
Joel Noble is director of Public Policy at Samaritan Ministries International, where he has served since 2001. He directs the ministry’s legislative program, advocating with federal and state governmental bodies. Joel earned his bachelor’s degree in history education from Illinois State University, with an emphasis on political science, geography and sociology. He completed a Master of Arts in leadership studies from the Seminary at Lincoln Christian University, where his final research paper focused on what the Bible teaches on the proper jurisdiction of the family, church and civil government. He has been married to his wife, Sarah, for 20 years. They have four boys.
Samaritan Ministries is a health care sharing ministry with over a quarter of a million Christians that care for one another’s needs—from broken bones to cancer, pregnancies to organ transplants—all without the use of insurance.
With no network restrictions, members have the freedom to choose the health care provider that works for them. This freedom gives them the opportunity to choose the doctor, hospital, and pharmacy that works best for their family whenever medical care is needed. Samaritan members receive financial support from other members and pay their health care providers directly.
Each month members get a notification telling them who to send their money to and how to be praying for them. Members can even send a little note to remind them that they are not alone.
Learn how health care sharing works at samaritanministries.org/crosspolitic.