April 6-7: Rosaria Butterfield left the gay lifestyle and offers brilliant insights into this and the gay agenda. Jan also gives a commentary on the strong delusion playing out in our world.
April 13-14: Jan's first guest is Christian economist John Terry. They considers many angles of the world of money including the bank heist in Cypress. What does this mean for you? Then Jan talks to Terry James from Rapture Ready.
April 20-21: Jan's guest is Joel Rosenberg. They talk Middle East issues. Then Jan and co-host Eric Barger discuss the recent revelation that U.S. Army training presentations were naming evangelical Christians as "religious extremists." Jan and Eric also discuss ongoing apostasy and proliferation of Emergent churches. Getting major attention now is Jay Bakker, son of Jim and Tammy Bakker.
April 27-28: Jan and Eric Barger discuss the ongoing demise of evangelical Christianity. They alert listeners of another denomination biting the dust due to liberalism and Emergent philosophy. They also discuss Barger's recent experience at yet another Emergent-based conference. Then Eric interviews Dr. Ron Crews about the recent U.S. Army Reserve training that called evangelicals "extremists."
May 4-5: Jan talks to David Fiorazo about his book, "Eradicate: Blotting God Out of America." She also delivers a commentary on our tumultuous times and how we can better deal with them.
May 11-12: John Loeffler is Jan's first guest. Then Jill Martin Rische joins Jan to discuss her recent experience in Utah. Mormonism is losing members big time.
May 18-19: A representative from the Christian Medical Association talks with Jan about the perils of ObamaCare. What can we do about this impending disaster? Eric Barger updates us on the Wycliffe Bible Translators' controversy as the World Evangelical Alliance has weighed in with their verdict. Wycliffe has been compromising Bible translation. David Wheaton joins Jan to talk about the Jason Collins' controversy.