May 2, 2019
Matthew Clark is Senior Counsel for Digital Advocacy with the ACLJ in the Washington, D.C. headquarters. Matthew Clark has authored numerous articles for such publications as the Washington Post, the Washington Times, and the Washington Examiner on critical constitutional and policy matters facing our nation and the fight for human rights worldwide. He is also a Contributing Editor at RedState.com
On the podcast we discuss where we are at on critical legislation that is currently on the floor of Congress and how we the American People can make a difference in our society and impact the outcomes of this legislation.
Also, we want to thank Sean Mitchell for his contribution his poem, read with music, Unborn Cry
This poem has touched thousand of lives and we know that you too will find it moving and profound.
Please share the poem found at his website and this podcast with your friends and family and let us all stand for the sanctity of life and for these most vulnerable of all citizens.
May 7, 2017
What a wonderful and powerful time of being able to reach so many through internet radio and how God has allowed us to have a voice in almost every nation. Talking with some of todays leading ministries and humanitarian groups from around the world.
We need your help to keep this ministry moving, in so many great ways. Offering free broadcasting for so many different ministries and groups to give them a voice to share what God has called them to.
Sharing some of todays great praise and worship music from some of todays most anointed leaders.
Will you partner with us at this critical time.
We appreciate you listening and being apart of what God is doing here at Missions Radio.
Kenneth D. Mitchell
August 17, 2016
Matthew Clark, the senior counsel for the ACLJ gives us a powerful briefing on Bengahzi, the new Government Accountability Project they have just began and also we talk about the genocide of Christians happening around the world and how they are playing a major role to see an end to this through the UN and other governments. A powerful briefing
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