BP This Week: A Gymnast’s Remarkable Testimony

Plus: Cecile Richards’s Despicable Legacy; International Religious Persecution

John Stonestreet and Ed Stetzer recount the astonishing testimony of Rachel den Hollander at the trial of  Larry Nassar, the USA Gymnastics Team doctor who molested girls and young women for years. Confronting her abuser, den Hollander gave a powerful to the grace of Jesus Christ while acknowledging the enormity of the evil perpetrated by Nasser.

John and Ed also discuss the dark legacy of Cecile Richards, who has announced her resignation from Planned Parenthood, as well as the release of Open Doors USA’s World Watch List on persecution.

And as John said during the broadcast, you can join in a powerful prayer movement to end abortion in this country. Please download our 21 Days of Prayer App. Not only will you get 21 days of pro-life apologetics training, each day over the next year, you’ll get a prayer request to help you pray for life.


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  • Brian Hale

    Normally, the Stetzer and Stonestreet show is full of an unhelpful amount of temporizing, but abortion on demand is, to borrow from Frederick Douglass on slavery, a practice “that would disgrace a nation of savages,” and calling it “one of the great evils of our time” that we will look back upon with shame is the kind of unequivocal rhetoric that abortion deserves. If only our politicians would speak with such frankness and conviction. Bravo!