Violence grows in the absence of faith and family. Torn apart by grief and rage, Americans are frantic to know why our nation is unraveling with one act of violence or another. Don't miss this intriguing episode with host Chuck Chrismier.
What is the most repeated theme in the Bible? You might be shocked. Host Chuck Chrismier lets you in on the answer.
We live in a world of distractions, our attention diverted from the things of God. It continues to get worse, but just how bad has it gotten. Host Chuck Chrismier poses the question.
Why do we want that which God doesn't command us to, but we very much try to avoid that which commands us to have? Host Chuck Chrismier and Dr. Mark Baker discuss this paradox.
Individualism in this country has turned into hyper-individualism, which has turned into "me" mentality. Host Chuck Chrismier says it's an ideal that could destroy America.
And why does it matter? Host Chuck Chrismier and guest Karen Swallow Prior discuss what the true meaning of the word is, and the ramifications it has for our country.
Prophecy is becoming history at a breathtaking pace. No issue is bringing focus to this in this unique moment in time than a rebuilt temple. Host Chuck Chrismier discusses if the inconceivable will become the inevitable.
It's been called a game-changer for our health with unprecedented, God-given healing ability. Host Chuck Chrismier discusses the Stem Cell Revolution with author Joseph Christiano. It could help what you might think is a hopeless and frustrating situation.
If you had been on board the super ship and went down with it, what real legacy would you have left? In reality, host Chuck Chrismier says, we are all on the Titanic, forced to make choices.
How can the sudden surge of Islam around the world be explained? How do Islam's followers view the non-Muslim world? Host Chuck Chrismier and author Dan Wolf explain the dramatic differences in Islam and Christianity in an episode you'll want to make sure to tune in to.
What prophecy in Isaiah is unfolding in front of our eyes? Why should we be concerned? Host Chuck Chrismier explains why these events are crucial for us who are halfway around the world.
There has been a great oil discovery in Israel. Trouble is, it's in the Golan Heights area, where Syrian occupation has ruled since 1967. Discover what's rumbling in the area where Armageddon will take place.
Why is there so much division throughout the body of Christ? In an episode you won't want to miss, host Chuck Chrismier says it's like trying to untangle a Slinky.
If we faint at the face of adversity our faith is small. Faith is a composite of trust and obey. Listen to this discussion on how to find faith in the face of fear with guest Jackelyn Viera Iloff. Hear about her recent book What If I Could?
This has become a profound issue in our country, even among Christians. Host Chuck Chrismier discusses, in wonderment, how we ever got this far. Don't miss this episode.
What might the consequences be? Host Chuck Chrismier ponders what might happen to us if Jesus didn't do what He did.
The journey to the cross is where truth is tested. Listen to this teaching on Jesus and the cross.
What to expect next in the Middle East with Ron Rhodes. Listen to this interview on why Israel is on high alert and if there is a significance between the U.S. Embassy moving with Passover season.
What is the prediction Newton made? Who was he really? Listen as host Chuck Crismier breaks down the prediction, role of faith, and the man.
Why should Americans care about the South Sudan presidential campaign? Listen to this interview with Bol Gai Deng. Hear his story of survival and why he is running for office.
Vladmir Putin defending Christianity? That's a tough one to fathom. Host Chuck Chrismier discusses why the West does not understand the volatile Russian president.
What did Sir Isaac Newton really say? Was he more about theology than he was about science? Host Chuck Chrismier reveals something Newton predicted about the end of the age. You don't want to miss this episode.
Is Zechariah's prophecy coming true? Will Israel be attacked when it feels it is at peace, with "unwalled villages," including Jerusalem? Host Chuck Chrismier and author Gerald McDermott discuss this "New Christian Zionism" in Israel.
For thousands of Americans, this has become their security blanket. Some even sleep with it. Host Chuck Chrismier and guest Arlene Pellicane explain how you can break this habit if you have an issue with it.
How do you protect America from collapse? Listen as host Chuck Crismier discusses revival and what the real need is for it.
May 14, 2018. Muslim uprisings worldwide have been called for when the U.S. Embassy is moved to Jerusalem on that day. Host Chuck Chrismier wonders just what will transpire, and to what degree, two months from now.
Our unwillingness to forgive people not only places us on the outside of the scope of God's blessings, but perhaps the hope of the resurrection. Host Chuck Chrismier and his guest, Nan Brown Self, implore you not to get caught up in that quagmire.
Racism, religion and national division. Host Chuck Chrismier warns you to anchor yourself for this podcast because it may shake you to your core.
America's Pastor left a legacy worldwide that will last for years to come. Host Chuck Chrismier asks the question, "What kind of legacy will you leave?" This program celebrates the life of Billy Graham and what he left us--the legacy of Jesus.
In honor of the official recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital, a commemorative coin has been issued. Host Chuck Chrismier discusses the coin and why it has prophetic significance.
Just as much as God wants to battle for your marriage, the enemy wants to tear it apart. Host Chuck Chrismier explores why one-third of all marriages in this country fail, and what we can do to drastically reduce that number.
The past really does speak to the present. Host Chuck Chrismier points out some of the pertinent, passionate quotes from past presidents that still hold prophetically true in today's society.
The issue of fatherlessness in this country has become a national emergency. Not surprisingly, we have failed to heed Rev. Billy Graham's fatherly warnings. Host Chuck Chrismier wonders what Rev. Graham would say to us now in our grief.
Is the grass any greener on the other side? Too many couples, Christian couples, find out the hard way. Host Chuck Chrismier lets listeners in on some secrets that could help keep them from major heartache.
The U.S. becomes the "greatest energy nation in history?" It once seemed unfathomable. Host Chuck Chrismier wonders what does this mean in terms of biblical prophecy? You won't want to miss this episode.
There are many areas in which we need to exercise discernment. But there is one aspect of this area that we, as believers, seldom deal with. Host Chuck Chrismier warns to be wary of it.
In these last days, man's heart will turn hard; they will become lovers of pleasure. How is that possible? Host Chuck Chrismier says it because we severley lack this.
Fifty-six years ago, Billy Graham prophesied of a movement to take completely remove God from our culture. Host Chuck Chrismier says Graham nailed it, and more than a half century later, the movement is accelerating.
Americans revere the Bible, they just don't read it. Host Chuck Chrismier explains why that doesn't do anybody any good.
This week, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called this country the "greatest threat to the entire world." Host Chuck Chrismier says you'll find this evil empire in the book of Ezekiel, just look for the battle between Gog and Magog.
Some have said the death of Billy Graham leaves America without a spiritual leader. But, host Chuck Chrismier says, if Graham did his job at all in his 60-plus years of ministry, that statement is completely false.
Meet the "the greatest man in the world." Hear how George Washington is the father of fathers and the impact he had on our country as a leader.
Many citizens of this country are outraged by the shooting and killing of 17 people last week at a Florida High School. But what can be done to prevent it from happening again? Host Chuck Chrismier tackles this heartfelt issue in an episode that you won't want to miss.
What is it, other than God and His standards, that would prevent us from shooting anybody, anywhere we wanted? That's the question host Chuck Chrismier poses in the wake of last week's tragic school shooting in Parkland, Florida. Chrismier says that our problem isn't guns--it's godlessness.
Spiritual formulas are critical, and your marriage is included in that category. Miss an ingredient and it could be disastrous. Host Chuck Chrismier talks about doing marriage God's way.
An old saying has it that "love makes the world go 'round." So, why is the world's divorce rate so high? Host Chuck Chrismier discusses the subject with authors Greg and July Gorman, and how to change hurtful habits to healing in your relationship.
Sadly, the #MeToo movement continues to steadily grow in this country, with many jumping on the bandwagon daily. Host Chuck Chrismier, however, poses the question: Will this movement eventually bring harmony between men and women in America, or will it create a much bigger and more permanent divide? Don't miss this episode of Viewpoint.
There is little question that fatherhood is under assault in this country. Listen to why host Chuck Chrismier it is cause for a declaration of national emergency. Families are at stake.
America is divided over many things, but there is consensus that something is wrong. But how do we make things right? Host Chuck Chrismier and author Carmen LaBerge discuss Christians' roles in that endeavor.
Is it holy or unholy when enemies unite? Host Chuck Chrismier takes a look at one of the most astounding developments in world history, one that believers should be paying very close attention to right now.
If the church is to be raptured before the Anti-Christ rules, why would God warn us, as believers, to be prepared to resist the beast? Host Chuck Chrismier tackles this very intriguing question in an episode you won't want to miss.
It is a subject that host Chuck Chrismier says nobody is talking about right now--but they should. It puts the Vatican in much different light than what many see it.
How much of the church is really ready for Jesus' Second Coming? The answer from WND's Joseph Farrah and host Chuck Chrismier may surprise you.
Slavery is a wicked thing, and it's been around for thousands of years. But listen to why host Chuck Chrismier says there is more slavery in various forms today than there ever has been in history.
Host Chuck Chrismier and author Michael LeMay get deep in this edition of Viewpoint. The discussion centers around LeMay's book, "The Death of Christian Thought." You won't want to miss this episode!
If God had such antipathy toward Babylon, what attitude does he have toward our cities today? Host Chuck Chrismier and author Alan Platt discuss what it means to bring the presence of Christ into our communities.
Just as light dispels darkness, truth dispels untruth. Host Chuck Chrismier takes a look at a serious issue we have with some of our government's law enforcement agencies, from the standpoint of light and truth.
For better or for worse change happens. With a change, do you believe in it or lament about it? Listen as host Chuck Crismier ponders various topics of change in our culture. Hear what is radically facing our culture and be challenged to look at yourself to see what needs to be changed to be a better you for God.
The state of Missouri has declared that an ultrasound is not necessary for a woman to obtain an abortion in that state. Host Chuck Chrismier discusses what catastrophic doors this could open for the future throughout the country.
Is this current generation, Generation Z, the least Christian generation in American history? Host Chuck Chrismier contemplates the answer to that question.
Some said the Titanic was unsinkable; that even God couldn't sink her. The arrogance was beyond all imagination. Host Chuck Chrismier wonders if we have taken on the same prideful attitude toward God these days when it comes to the subject of abortion.
What did Sir Isaac Newton really say? Known for his science discoveries, Newton spent more time on theology. Hear this conversation with hosts Chuck Crismier to find who was Newton and why it is needed to protect his discovery.
Six million Jews died during the Holocaust in World War II. Not to minimize that atrocity, but that number is small compared to what's been going on in America in recent years.
The Bible is the best-selling book of all time. Hear why and how the Bible is believable with special guest Chip Ingram.
There is an addition crisis across America where "No family is safe from this epidemic." Listen as one father shares his story to relentlessly to fight to save his son from Opioid Addiction. Author Rick Van Warner knows first hand what family's face with loved ones addicted to opioids and talks about his book On Pills and Needles.
Palestinian Authority Chairman threatens war if President Trump continues to recognize Jersulam as the capital of Israel. Hear Chuck Crismier shares this story and why Jerusalem is an important city.
Are you willing to be deceived? Today, we are experiencing the worst crisis in Christianity since the Reformation. Find out why host Chuck Chrismier says the threat of seduction and deception has become so rampant in the church.
Boosting homosexuality has become the new flavor of our sensitive society. Host Chuck Chrismier explores the idea of living a life of holiness and righteousness before God while shunning the prevailing attitudes of our culture.
Host Chuck Chrismier says storm clouds are gathering. There is a war coming, along with a new global caliphate. Here are only a few things we can expect for 2018, based on fact.
There is so much talk these days about people who have been abused--physical, emotional and sexual. Host Chuck Chrismier discusses how we can move beyond the past and into a healthy future.
Many gullible Christians are beginning to embrace a one-world religion. Host Chuck Chrismier explains how this is happening and how perilous an idea it is for mankind.
Many are a calling for civility to return to our nation, but then many are not willing to be civil. Host Chuck Chrismier says contentiousness has become the order of the day, but it is possible to discuss issues without getting into verbal fisticuffs.
On Feb. 17, 1950, James Paul Warburg said before a joint session of Congress, "We shall have world government, whether or not we like it. The question is only whether world government will be achieved by consent or by conquest." Host Chuck Chrismier contemplates whether we are headed in that direction, and if so, how long will it take to get there.
What would be the greatest gift a woman can give her children? Listen to this episode to find out as Chuck Crismier interview author Nina Roesner about wives, marriages and her book "101 Ways to Respect Your Husband."
If the fear of the Lord is not in your mind and your heart, most likely you're not likely to be thankful, host Chuck Chrismier says. Chuck says it's easy to get caught up in this selfish and self-centered world, an attitude that has become a monument to our disrespect to our Creator.
How did the early church deal with faith in our cities? Host Chuck Chrismier and author Michael Austin discuss what ancient "yesterday" can teach us.
Israel is surrounded by dangerous enemies that require the military to act judiciously and creatively. For years, the country has been prepared for a sudden outbreak of war. But, as host Chuck Chrismier says, Israel has never expected the war it now faces from the United Nations.
When you reject Christmas, you reject Christ. Host Chuck Chrismier says God knew our greatest need when He sent His son, Jesus, and when we play down the real importance of this wonderful event, we're in real trouble.
Will the western world, including America and Europe, ever get its act together and turn back to Christ? Host Chuck Chrismier and author Hanne Herland of Norway discuss the west's role in the end times.
The United Nations has tried to overturn President Donald Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital. Host Chuck Chrismier discusses how the world has united in siege against Jerusalem.
Jesus didn't come into this world to make our lives comfortable. He came to offer redemption and not sanctify our dreams. Host Chuck Chrismier and Brett McCracken, author of "Uncomfortable," discuss why the story of Jesus' birth should rock our souls to the core.
Many countries are raising their figurative fists against Israel, pointing to the coming of the end times. Host Chuck Chrismier says it is the foundation for the prophecy of "armies surrounding Jerusalem."
The Palestinian Authority continues to claim that Jews have no connection, religiously or historically, to East Jerusalem. Host Chuck Chrismier says that allows the Palestinians to evade negotiations for peace, and why that makes the situation in the Middle East that much more volatile.
When it comes to raising children, the heart of the matter is, well, the heart. Author Rebecca Lindenbach joins host Chuck Chrismier for a discussion on raising kids who love God.
How, considering its origins, can it be called "The feast of Dedication?" Host Chuck Chrismier explains.
Was mankind created, or did he evolved naturally? Does mankind have any hope beyond the grave? Host Chuck Chrismier discusses a much different outlook with author J.P. Moreland.
Why is Donald Trump being compared to King Cyrus? Is it now time for the Third Temple to be built? Host Chuck Chrismier tackles these intriguing questions.
Shockingly, You are the new "I Am." Hear more as Chuck talks about the religion of tomorrow and the insights of a new truth developing. Where will it lead us? Listen now to find out.
What would the world be like without Christianity? Listen as Jeremiah Johnston joins our host Chuck Crismier discuss this question and talk about Jeremiah's book "Unimaginable."
For American foreign policy purposes, Jerusalem has been declared as the official capital of Israel and the U.S. Embassy will be moved to that city. But the battle is not finished, host Chuck Chrismier says.
Our government is in serious trouble. The problem is, we're supposed to be the government (we the people). Host Chuck Chrismier takes a look at the foundations of American law and government, and how much it has strayed from its original purpose.
There is a much bigger fish in the pond than some of the issues we face in America. Will it be considered an act of war if the U.S. moves its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem?
Sex scandals rocked the church in the 1980s, leaving many to point fingers and scoff. Now that it has made its way into the mainstream culture, how are we to handle it? Host Chuck Chrismier discusses this heartbreaking trend.
Are you prepared for the Second Coming of Jesus Christ? Are you prepared for the Rapture? Host Chuck Chrismier and author Nelson Walters discuss some very poignant questions about each. You won't want to miss this.
When Congress declared 1983 the Year of the Bible, little did members know what apostasy was in store for America. Twenty-five years later, the Museum of the Bible has opened with the renewed hope that people will turn back to God's Word.
Shepherding sons to be men of God begins with fathers. Listen as the author of "Raising Men, Not Boys," Mike Fabarez joins the show to discuss beyond the mechanics of raising boys.
What does each of these have in common? Find out when you listen to this episode of Viewpoint.
Have you ever wondered how far the environmentalist movement can go? Enter the eco-sexual movement, or the perverse mating of humans and earth. Host Chuck Chrismier explains.