Brian Myers and Shane Vander Hart in studio.
Brian Myers and Shane Vander Hart in studio.
Brian Myers and Shane Vander Hart in studio.
Brian Myers and Shane Vander Hart in studio.

Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers are joined by author and speaker Dr. Rosaria Champagne Butterfield who discussed how singing the Psalms impacted her as she came out of a lesbian lifestyle and now as a child of God.  She also discusses their remarkable approach to hospitality that her family and church in Durham, NC practice. Be sure to check out her books The Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert and Openness Unhindered.

Drew Klein, the State Director with Americans for Prosperity – Iowa, joined us to talk about the collective bargaining reform that was just signed into law on Friday (at the time of the recording the bill had not yet been signed by Iowa Governor Terry Branstad).

Also don’t miss the top Trump tweet of the week!

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