John Stonestreet and Ed Stetzer discuss the controversy in Chicago over Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s uncontroversial claim: that families, faith, and the development of moral character must play a role in fighting the staggering violence plaguing the city.
They also discuss what many are calling President Trump’s worst week, in which his former campaign manager was found guilty of multiple charges, and his personal lawyer plead guilty to crimes that could implicate the President: Specifically his payment of hush money to porn actress Stormy Daniels.
Ending the show on a happier note: John talks about the One Race movement, which on Sunday will bring together thousands of Christians to climb Stone Mountain, Georgia, to pray for racial reconciliation in the Church.
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