The World and Everything In It

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Mark A
 Jan 14, 2020
Listen every day, and feel I get a good understanding of what's important. Thanks

Alexandra Lee
 Sep 14, 2019
Quality reporting, news & some opinion, from a truly Biblical worldview. Balanced, nuanced, steadfast, contending for truth, clarity (esp. on Supreme court matters) and compassion. They're willing to humbly admit & fix their (few) errors.

Heather
 Jul 10, 2019
This is my go-to source for news. Unbiased. Wide variety of issues covered. I've been listening so long they've become family.

Tim Lewis
 Mar 16, 2019
World is a great source of journalism from a Christian perspective.

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 Dec 31, 2018

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A daily audio news magazine featuring reports, interviews, and analysis from WORLD's editorial team. WORLD is your source for news and views presented from a biblical worldview perspective.

Episode Date
4.6.20 Legal Docket, Moneybeat, and History Book
<p>On <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/04/legal-docket-discouraging-frivolous-lawsuits">Legal Docket</a>, Mary Reichard details oral arguments in a Supreme Court case about a law designed to discourage frivolous lawsuits; on the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/04/moneybeat-from-bad-to-worse">Monday Moneybeat</a>, Nick Eicher talks to financial analyst David Bahnsen about the latest economic news; and on <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/04/history-book-bonhoeffer-executed-and-churchill-resigns">History Book</a>, Paul Butler recounts significant dates from the past. Plus: commentary from <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/04/trillia-newbell-healthcare-heroes">Trillia Newbell</a> and the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/04/monday-morning-news-april-6-2020">Monday morning news</a>.</p> <p>Support The World and Everything in It today at <a href="https://donate.wng.org/">wng.org/donate</a>.</p>
Apr 06, 2020
The Olasky Interview, Episode 4: Joni Eareckson Tada
<p>Joni Eareckson Tada is an author, speaker, and well-known advocate for people with disabilities. Tada founded the organization Joni and Friends to tell stories of real people who face severe trials but continue to trust in God. On this episode of The Olasky Interview, Marvin Olasky and Joni Eareckson Tada discuss Tada’s own suffering and what it looks like to minister to those who are suffering.</p> <p><i>For the next eight weeks you'll be hearing The Olasky Interview on The World and Everything in It on Saturdays. Episodes 3 and 4 are available this week. </i></p> <p><i>We also released The Olasky Interview as a stand-alone series, and we publish new episodes each Tuesday. So if you want to listen sooner and help others find this program, you can subscribe by searching for The Olasky Interview on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you listen. </i></p>
Apr 04, 2020
The Olasky Interview, Episode 3: Ryan and Bethany Bomberger
<p>Ryan and Bethany Bomberger are the founders of The Radiance Foundation, a pro-life organization that promotes life and adoption. On this episode of The Olasky Interview, Marvin Olasky and the Bombergers discuss the importance of adoption and how the Radiance Foundation is calling out the abortion industry with billboards.</p> <p><i>For the next eight weeks you'll be hearing The Olasky Interview on The World and Everything in It on Saturdays. Episodes 3 and 4 are available this week. </i></p> <p><i>We also released The Olasky Interview as a stand-alone series, and we publish new episodes each Tuesday. So if you want to listen sooner and help others find this program, you can subscribe by searching for The Olasky Interview on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you listen. </i></p>
Apr 04, 2020
4.3.20 Culture Friday, World on Fire, and teachers on parade
<p>On <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/04/culture-friday-public-health-and-religious-liberty/">Culture Friday</a>, Megan Basham and Nick Eicher talk to Russell Moore, president of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, about the growing conflict between public health and religious liberty; Megan Basham reviews <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/04/review-world-on-fire/">World on Fire</a>, a new PBS Masterpiece series set in World War II; Kim Henderson updates the story of a couple <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/04/significance-and-finishing-well/">finishing well</a>; and Myrna Brown joins a <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/04/teachers-on-parade/">parade of teachers</a> taking to the streets to encourage their students during a difficult time. Plus: a <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/04/kicker-up-in-smoke/">toilet paper conflagration</a>, and the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/04/friday-morning-news-april-3rd-2020/">Friday morning news</a>.</p> <p>Support The World and Everything in It today at <a href="https://donate.wng.org/">wng.org/donate</a>.</p>
Apr 03, 2020
4.2.20 Healthcare on the COVID-19 frontlines, and seniors in lockdown
<p>Sarah Schweinsberg reports on how quarantine isolation is affecting <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/04/senior-living-in-lockdown">the elderly</a> and their loved ones; Anna Johansen talks to healthcare providers about working on the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/04/finding-purpose-on-the-frontlines">frontlines of the fight</a> against COVID-19; Les Sillars explains why the coronavirus has created especially difficult ethical challenges for <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/04/euthanasia-and-covid-19-in-canada">Christian doctors in Canada</a>. Plus: commentary from <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/04/cal-thomas-from-usa-to-atm">Cal Thomas</a>, a preview of this week’s <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/04/listening-in-preview-brian-kluth">Listening In</a>, <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/04/kicker-doc-donut">Doc donut</a>, and the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/04/thursday-morning-news-april-2-2020">Thursday morning news</a>.</p> <p>Support The World and Everything in It today at <a href="https://donate.wng.org/">wng.org/donate</a>.</p>
Apr 02, 2020
4.1.20 Washington Wednesday, World Tour, and homeschool tips
<p>On <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/04/washington-wednesday-presidential-pandemic-powers">Washington Wednesday</a>, Nick Eicher talks to former U.S. Attorney David Iglesias about the extent and limits of governmental power during a public health crisis; on <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/04/world-tour-power-in-hungary-and-north-korean-missiles">World Tour</a>, Onize Ohikere reports on international news; and veteran homeschooler Emily Whitten offers some tips for families struggling to get a handle on <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/04/help-and-hope-for-homeschooling">teaching at home</a>. Plus: commentary from <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/04/joel-belz-learning-can-happen-even-at-a-distance">Joel Belz</a>, <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/04/kicker-face-magnet-experiment-gone-wrong">face-magnet experiment gone wrong</a>, and the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/04/wednesday-morning-news-april-1-2020">Wednesday morning news</a>.</p> <p>Support The World and Everything in It today at <a href="https://donate.wng.org/">wng.org/donate</a>.</p>
Apr 01, 2020
3.31.20 Restaurant survival, and home office homeschool
<p>Mary Reichard details a <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/shipping-safety-and-oil-spill-cleanup">Supreme Court</a> ruling on shipping safety; Sarah Schweinsberg reports on how COVID-19 is affecting the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/recipe-for-restaurant-survival">restaurant industry</a>; Jenny Lind Schmitt meets sewers helping to make up for the shortage of <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/make-at-home-masks">protective gear </a>for healthcare workers; and Bonnie Pritchett finds out how hard it is to juggle <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/when-working-and-teaching-collide">working and home education</a>. Plus: a preview of this week’s new episode of <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/the-olasky-interview-preview-joni-tada">The Olasky Interview</a>, commentary from <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/janie-b-cheaney-historys-greatest-disruption">Janie B. Cheaney</a>, <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/kicker-a-high-school-hero">a high school hero</a>, and the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/tuesday-morning-news-march-31-2020">Tuesday morning news</a>.</p> <p>Support The World and Everything in It today at <a href="https://donate.wng.org/">wng.org/donate</a>.</p>
Mar 31, 2020
3.30.20 Legal Docket, Moneybeat, and History Book
<p>On <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/legal-docket-deportation-and-the-convention-against-torture">Legal Docket</a>, Mary Reichard details Supreme Court oral arguments in a case about a man who says he will be tortured if he is deported; on the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/moneybeat-has-wall-street-found-its-footing">Monday Moneybeat</a>, Nick Eicher talks to financial analyst David Bahnsen about another topsy turvy week on Wall Street; and on <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/history-book-the-gremlin-and-a-poll-tax">History Book</a>, Paul Butler recounts significant events from the past. Plus: commentary from <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/kim-henderson-born-into-a-pandemic">Kim Henderson</a>, and the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/monday-morning-news-march-30-2020">Monday morning news</a>.</p> <p>Support The World and Everything in It today at <a href="https://donate.wng.org/">wng.org/donate</a>.</p>
Mar 30, 2020
The Olasky Interview, Episode 1: John Piper
<p class="p1">John Piper is a conference speaker, author of more than 50 books, and the retired pastor of Bethlehem Baptist Church in Minneapolis. On this episode of The Olasky Interview, Marvin Olasky and John Piper discuss his tenure as a pastor and what the term “Christian hedonism” means.</p> <p class="p1"><i>For the next nine weeks you'll be hearing The Olasky Interview on The World and Everything in It on Saturdays. Episodes 1 and 2 are available this week. </i></p> <p class="p1"><i>We also released The Olasky Interview as a stand-alone series, and we publish new episodes each Tuesday. So if you want to listen sooner and help others find this program, you can subscribe by searching for The Olasky Interview on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you listen.</i></p>
Mar 28, 2020
The Olasky Interview, Episode 2: Arthur Brooks
<p class="p1">Arthur Brooks is an author, speaker, and former president of the American Enterprise Institute. On this episode of The Olasky Interview, Marvin Olasky and Arthur Brooks discuss the source of true happiness, how to best help struggling single moms, and how the welfare system is hurting more than helping.</p> <p class="p1"><i>For the next nine weeks you'll be hearing The Olasky Interview on The World and Everything in It on Saturdays. Episodes 1 and 2 are available this week. </i></p> <p class="p1"><i>We also released The Olasky Interview as a stand-alone series, and we publish new episodes each Tuesday. So if you want to listen sooner and help others find this program, you can subscribe by searching for The Olasky Interview on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you listen.</i></p>
Mar 28, 2020
3.27.20 Culture Friday, The Pilgrim’s Progress, and Listener Feedback
<p>On <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/culture-friday-essential-healthcare">Culture Friday</a>, Megan Basham and Mary Reichard talk to John Stonestreet about businesses that claim to be essential to stay open during the coronavirus crisis; Megan reviews last year’s animated version of <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/review-the-pilgrims-progress">The Pilgrim’s Progress</a>, available to stream free just in time for Easter; and we share some of the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/listener-feedback-24">Listener Feedback</a> you’ve sent in over the last month. Plus: <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/kicker-balcony-marathon">a balcony marathon</a>, and the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/friday-morning-news-march-27-2020">Friday morning news</a>.</p> <p>Support The World and Everything in It today at <a href="https://donate.wng.org/">wng.org/donate</a>.</p>
Mar 27, 2020
3.26.20 Challenges for christian schools, and life in a Leprosarium
<p>Katie Gaultney reports on the unique challenges <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/coronavirus-closures-hit-christian-school-budgets">Christian schools</a> face during coronavirus shutdowns; Sarah Schweinsberg reports on how prolonged learning at home could affect the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/taking-a-break-from-standardized-tests">education system</a> even into the next few years; Anna Johansen gets tips from a big family of homeschoolers on how to deal with <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/sibling-survival-tips">quarantine-induced togetherness</a>; and Kim Henderson visits a <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/life-in-a-leprosarium">Leprosarium</a> in coastal Louisiana to find out what life was like for people who once suffered from a different kind of disease. Plus: commentary from <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/cal-thomas-chinas-monopoly-on-drug-manufacturing">Cal Thomas</a>, <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/kicker-delivery-on-the-toilet-paper-aisle">delivery on the toilet paper aisle</a>, and the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/thursday-morning-news-march-26-2020">Thursday morning news</a>.</p> <p>Support The World and Everything in It today at <a href="https://donate.wng.org/">wng.org/donate</a>.</p>
Mar 26, 2020
3.25.20 Washington Wednesday, World Tour, and the three-pointer
<p>On <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/washington-wednesday-inoculating-the-economy">Washington Wednesday</a>, Nick Eicher talks to Stan Veuger about the pros and cons of the federal government’s coronavirus stimulus package; WORLD Africa reporter Onize Ohikere reports international news on <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/world-tour-riots-in-colombia-and-a-croatian-earthquake">World Tour</a>; and Maria Baer visits a basketball practice in Columbus, Ohio, to find out how the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/basketballs-long-shot">three-point shot</a> came to dominate the sport at all levels. Plus: commentary from <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/janie-b-cheaney-hope-in-our-divine-rna">Janie B. Cheaney</a>, <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/kicker-life-as-sport">calling the plays of life</a>, and the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/wednesday-morning-news-march-25-2020">Wednesday morning news</a>.</p> <p>Support The World and Everything in It today at <a href="https://donate.wng.org/">wng.org/donate</a>.</p>
Mar 25, 2020
3.24.20 Ranchers react to the border wall, and a wedding delayed
<p>Mary Reichard reports on four <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/supreme-court-rules-in-discrimination-deportation-cases">Supreme Court opinions</a>; Sarah Schweinsberg talks to ranchers in Arizona about illegal immigration and the southern <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/ranching-at-the-southern-border">border wall</a>; Bethany Christian Services CEO Chris Palusky explains why COVID-19 is disrupting <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/international-adoptions-disrupted">international adoptions</a>; and Katie Gaultney talks to a couple faced with <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/when-we-do-becomes-we-wait">cancelling their wedding</a> due to social distancing mandates. Plus: commentary from <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/ryan-bomberger-pandemics-panic-and-planned-parenthood">Ryan Bomberger</a>, <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/kicker-singing-in-the-streets-of-spain">singing in the streets of Spain</a>, and the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/tuesday-morning-news-march-24-2020">Tuesday morning news</a>.</p> <p>Support The World and Everything in It today at <a href="https://donate.wng.org/">wng.org/donate</a>.</p>
Mar 24, 2020
3.23.20 Legal Docket, Moneybeat, and History Book
<p>On <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/legal-docket-limiting-presidential-authority">Legal Docket</a>, Mary Reichard unpacks oral arguments in a Supreme Court case involving presidential authority; on the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/moneybeat-economic-crisis-in-perspective">Monday Moneybeat</a>, Nick Eicher talks to financial analyst David Bahnsen about the U.S. economic crisis; and on <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/history-book-a-revolutionary-speech-and-the-nero-decree">History Book</a>, Paul Butler recalls significant dates from the past. Plus: commentary from <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/trillia-newbell-hardship-and-opportunity">Trillia Newbell</a>, and the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/monday-morning-news-march-23-2020">Monday morning news</a>.</p> <p>Support The World and Everything in It today at <a href="https://donate.wng.org/">wng.org/donate</a>.</p>
Mar 23, 2020
Effective Compassion, Episode 12: Watered Gardens
<p>Anna Johansen and Charissa Koh visit the winner of WORLD’s 2019 Hope Award. Watered Gardens is one ministry working to help the homeless of Missouri get back on their feet and find true hope for the future.</p> <p>If you have comments or questions, please email us at <a href="mailto:effectivecompassionpodcast@wng.org">effectivecompassionpodcast@wng.org</a></p>
Mar 21, 2020
3.20.20 Culture Friday, Emma, and Rachel Green Taylor
<p>On <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/culture-friday-survival-mode-strips-away-pretense">Culture Friday</a>, Nick Eicher and Megan Basham talk to John Stonestreet about how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting culture; Megan reviews the new film adaptation of <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/review-emma">Jane Austen’s Emma</a>; and Myrna Brown profiles well-known worship leader <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/music-profile-rachel-green-taylor">Keith Green's daughter</a>. Plus: commentary from <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/katie-gaultney-a-new-appreciation-for-human-connection">Katie Gaultney</a>, celebrating an <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/kicker-anniversary-in-quarantine">anniversary in quarantine</a>, and the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/friday-morning-news-march-20-2020">Friday morning news</a>.</p> <p>Support The World and Everything in It today at <a href="https://donate.wng.org/">wng.org/donate</a>.</p>
Mar 20, 2020
3.19.20 Building the border wall, and coronavirus contingency plans
<p>Sarah Schweinsberg reports on <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/building-the-border-wall">border wall</a> construction progress in southern Arizona; Megan Basham talks to WORLD deputy editor Michael Reneau about what Christian colleges and churches are doing in <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/christian-colleges-churches-and-the-coronavirus">response to the coronavirus</a>; and Bonnie Pritchett reports on what happened when Houston canceled the country’s largest <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/second-chance-rodeo">stockshow and rodeo</a> last week. Plus: commentary from <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/cal-thomas-refocusing-our-priorities">Cal Thomas</a>, a preview of this week’s <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/listening-in-preview-leighton-ford">Listening In</a>, <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/kicker-street-corner-toilet-paper-exchange">a street corner toilet paper exchange</a>, and the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/thursday-morning-news-march-19-2020">Thursday morning news</a>.</p> <p>Support The World and Everything in It today at <a href="https://donate.wng.org/">wng.org/donate</a>.</p>
Mar 19, 2020
3.18.20 Washington Wednesday, World Tour, and quarantined kids
<p>On <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/washington-wednesday-covid-19-around-the-world">Washington Wednesday</a>, Nick Eicher talks to WORLD’s Mindy Belz about the international response to COVID-19; Nick Eicher and Megan Basham report on other international news in <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/world-tour-a-dam-dispute-and-a-mass-shooting-memorial">World Tour</a>; and Emily Whitten offers some suggestions for <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/quarantine-entertainment">keeping kids busy</a> and entertained during coronavirus quarantines. Plus: commentary from <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/janie-b-cheaney-social-justice-math">Janie B. Cheaney</a>, <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/kicker-penguins-on-the-loose">penguins on the loose</a>, and the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/wednesday-morning-news-march-18-2020">Wednesday morning news</a>.</p> <p>Support The World and Everything in It today at <a href="https://donate.wng.org/">wng.org/donate</a>.</p>
Mar 18, 2020
3.17.20 States of emergency, and social distancing
<p>Paul Butler reports on "<a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/states-of-emergency">States of Emergency</a>" handling the coronavirus crisis; Mary Reichard talks to Dr. Charles Horton about <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/learning-to-keep-our-distance">social distancing</a>; and Sarah Schweinsberg, Emily Belz, and Leigh Jones recount how the coronavirus affected their recent <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/coronavirus-travel-disruptions">travel experiences</a>. Plus: commentary from <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/les-sillars-protecting-the-most-vulnerable">Les Sillars</a>, <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/kicker-toilet-paper-arcade">a toilet paper arcade</a>, and the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/tuesday-morning-news-march-17-2020">Tuesday morning news</a>.</p>
Mar 17, 2020
3.16.20 Legal Docket, Moneybeat, and a live event update
On <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/legal-docket-immigration-fraud-and-terrorism">Legal Docket</a>, Mary Reichard details the oral arguments in Supreme Court cases involving immigration, fraud, and terrorism; on <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/moneybeat-bull-market-quarantine">Moneybeat</a>, Nick Eicher unpacks the latest economic news; and financial analyst David Bahnsen explains <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/covid-19s-economic-cost">what’s driving investor panic on Wall Street</a>. Plus: commentary from <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/marvin-olasky-loving-our-neighbors-amid-a-pandemic">Marvin Olasky</a>, <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/cancelling-the-world-and-everything-in-it-live/">cancelling the live event</a>, and the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/monday-morning-news-march-16-2020">Monday morning news</a>. <p>Support The World and Everything in It today at <a href="https://donate.wng.org">wng.org/donate</a>.</p>
Mar 16, 2020
Effective Compassion, Episode 11: Epilogue
<p>Housing First. Community First. Jesus First. Every organization has a different standard of success that shapes the way they combat homelessness. In this epilogue, Marvin Olasky takes a deeper look at the ministries we’ve visited so far, and offers insight on what works and what doesn’t.</p>
Mar 14, 2020
3.13.20 Culture Friday, and I Am Patrick
On <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/culture-friday-how-to-be-a-christian-in-a-crass-culture/">Culture Friday</a>, Megan Basham and John Stonestreet discuss how Christians should respond to an increasingly crass culture; and Megan Basham reviews <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/review-i-am-patrick/">a film exploring the history of Saint Patrick</a>. Plus: <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/word-play-googol/">Word Play</a> with George Grant, <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/kicker-a-fence-jumping-fugitive/">a fence jumping fugitive</a>, and the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/friday-morning-news-march-13-2020/">Friday morning news</a>. <p>Support The World and Everything in It today at <a href="https://donate.wng.org/">wng.org/donate</a>.</p>
Mar 13, 2020
3.12.20 Evangelicals in Brazil, and studying leprosy
<p>Laura Edghill reports on the problem of <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/higher-education-deserts">access to higher education</a> in rural states; Jill Nelson reports on the way evangelical Christians are making a difference in traditionally<a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/rise-of-evangelicalism-in-brazil"> Catholic Brazil</a>; and Kim Henderson visits with scientists studying <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/leprosy-in-louisiana">leprosy</a>. Plus: a preview of <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/listening-in-preview-stephen-arterburn">Listening In</a>, commentary from <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/cal-thomas-the-real-war-on-women">Cal Thomas</a>, <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/kicker-punching-a-shark">punching a shark</a>, and the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/thursday-morning-news-march-12-2020">Thursday morning news</a>.</p> <p>Support The World and Everything in It today at <a href="https://donate.wng.org/">wng.org/donate</a>.</p>
Mar 12, 2020
3.11.20 Washington Wednesday and World Tour
<p>On <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/washington-wednesday-a-debate-over-fisa">Washington Wednesday</a>, Nick Eicher and John Tyler discuss the ongoing debate over the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act; on <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/world-tour-landslides-in-brazil-and-a-middle-east-ceasefire">World Tour</a>, Onize Ohikere covers international news; and Sarah Schweinsberg learns how a <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/keeping-skiers-safe">Snow Safety Team</a> in northern Utah keep skiers safe. Plus: commentary from <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/joel-belz-a-socialist-failure">Joel Belz</a>, <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/kicker-roadside-dating">roadside dating</a>, and the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/wednesday-morning-news-march-11-2020">Wednesday morning news</a>.</p> <p>Support The World and Everything in It today at <a href="https://donate.wng.org/">wng.org/donate</a>.</p>
Mar 11, 2020
3.10.20 Life in coronavirus central, and living with dementia
<p>Jenny Lind Schmitt describes what life is like in <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/life-in-coronavirus-central">Seattle amid a coronavirus outbreak</a>, Sarah Schweinsberg reports on <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/how-to-live-with-dementia">non-medical treatments for dementia</a> patients; and Marvin Olasky interviews <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/the-olasky-interview-george-friedman-5">international strategist George Friedman</a>. Plus: commentary from <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/j-c-derrick-the-j-curve">J.C. Derrick</a>, <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/kicker-beatlemania">Beatlemania</a>, and the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/tuesday-morning-news-march-10-2020">Tuesday morning news</a>.</p> <p>Support The World and Everything in It today at <a href="https://donate.wng.org/">wng.org/donate</a>.</p>
Mar 10, 2020
3.9.20 Legal Docket, Moneybeat, and History Book
<p>On <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/legal-docket-louisianas-abortion-safety-requirements">Legal Docket</a>, Mary Reichard details oral argument in the biggest abortion case of the Supreme Court term; on <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/moneybeat-another-white-knuckle-ride-on-wall-street">Moneybeat</a>, Nick Eicher reports on another market swoon; and on <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/history-book-major-league-locker-rooms-and-evolution-in-tennessee">History Book</a>, Paul Butler recalls significant dates from the past. Plus: commentary from <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/trillia-newbell-choosing-faith-over-fear">Trillia Newbell</a>, <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/kicker-santa-fe-spelling">Santa Fe spelling</a>, and the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/monday-morning-news-march-9-2020">Monday morning news</a>.</p>
Mar 09, 2020
Effective Compassion, Episode 10: Community First Village
<p>Just outside Austin city limits, hundreds of tiny homes and RV sites are scattered over 51-acres. The Community First Village is home to many formerly chronic homeless men and women. On the surface, it may look like just another housing initiative, but here, relationships transform simple houses into something much more significant. Anna Johansen and Charissa Koh visit with Alan Graham, the village founder.</p>
Mar 07, 2020
3.6.20 Culture Friday, Onward, and I Still Believe
<p>On <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/culture-friday-polyamory-and-the-billy-graham-rule">Culture Friday</a>, Megan Basham and Nick Eicher talk to Owen Strachan about polyamory and the Billy Graham Rule; Megan reviews the new Pixar animated film <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/review-onward-and-i-still-believe">Onward and the latest Christian biopic I Still Believe</a>; and on <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/ask-the-editor-book-reviews-and-covering-scandals">Ask the Editor</a>, Marvin Olasky answers your questions about WORLD’s unique brand of journalism. Plus: <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/kicker-high-wire-prime-time-praises">high wire praises</a>, and the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/friday-morning-news-march-6-2020">Friday morning news</a>.</p> <p>Support The World and Everything in It today at <a href="https://donate.wng.org/">wng.org/donate</a>.</p>
Mar 06, 2020
3.5.20 LGBT lessons in public school, and Kickstarter’s union activism
<p>Anna Johansen reports on the push to <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/schooled-in-the-sexuality-agenda">normalize the LGBTQ</a> lifestyle through public school lessons in history, literature, and even math; Mary Reichard talks to professor Sarah Randow about the effort to bring <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/kickstarter-sets-new-goal-for-union-activism">unions to the tech industry</a>; Paul Butler profiles a Christian artist who creates <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/crafting-souvenirs-that-point-to-the-creator">iconic posters</a> for the U.S. National Park Service, and Warren Smith talks to <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/listening-in-preview-matt-hammitt">Sanctus Real co-founder Matt Hammitt</a> on this week’s Listening In preview. Plus: commentary from <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/jamie-dean-witnessing-to-the-next-pete-buttigieg">Jamie Dean</a>, <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/kicker-a-cheesy-competition">a cheesy competition</a>, and the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/thursday-morning-news-march-5-2020">Thursday morning news</a>.</p> <p>Support The World and Everything in It today at <a href="https://donate.wng.org/">wng.org/donate</a>.</p>
Mar 05, 2020
3.4.20 Washington Wednesday and World Tour
<p>On <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/washington-wednesday-dividing-democratic-delegates">Washington Wednesday</a>, Nick Eicher talks to Jamie Dean about Super Tuesday and the battle between moderates and more left-leaning Democrats; on <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/world-tour-migrants-in-greece-and-forgiveness-in-south-sudan">World Tour</a>, Onize Ohikere reports on international news; and Myrna Brown tells the story of one <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/a-legacy-of-faith-the-holocaust-couldnt-snuff-out">holocaust survivor’s spiritual legacy</a>. Plus: commentary from <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/cal-thomas-were-all-in-this-together">Cal Thomas</a>, <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/kicker-a-downpayment-on-financial-forgiveness">a downpayment on financial forgiveness</a>, and the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/wednesday-morning-news-march-4-2020">Wednesday morning news</a>.</p> <p>Support The World and Everything in It today at <a href="https://donate.wng.org/">wng.org/donate</a>.</p>
Mar 04, 2020
3.3.20 Supreme Court rulings, and coronavirus preparations
<p>Mary Reichard details seven <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/seven-rulings-fr%E2%80%A6he-supreme-court/">Supreme Court decisions</a>; Sarah Schweinsberg reports on the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/preparing-for-the-coronavirus-crisis/">coronavirus crisis</a> and the readiness of U.S. health systems to address it; and Emily Whitten recommends a reading selection about prayer on the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/classic-book-a-diary-of-private-prayer/">Classic Book of the Month</a>. Plus: <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/kim-henderson-courtroom-laments/">commentary</a> from Kim Henderson, <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/kicker-racing-with-pancakes/">racing with pancakes</a>, and the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/tuesday-morning-news-march-3-2020/">Tuesday morning news</a>.</p> <p>Support The World and Everything in It today at <a href="https://donate.wng.org/">wng.org/donate</a>.</p>
Mar 03, 2020
3.2.20 Legal Docket, Moneybeat, and History Book
<p>On <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/legal-docket-a-pipeline-fight-at-the-appalachian-trail">Legal Docket</a>, Mary Reichard covers a Supreme Court case that pits environmentalists against a natural gas pipeline under the Appalachian Trail; on the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/moneybeat-wall-streets-coronavirus-correction">Monday Moneybeat</a>, Nick Eicher talks to economist David Bahnsen about the stock market’s coronavirus correction; and on <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/history-book-the-missouri-compromise-and-king-kong">History Book</a>, Paul Butler recounts significant events from the past. Plus: <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/kicker-eviction-causes-quite-a-buzz">a buzz-worthy eviction</a>, and the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/03/monday-morning-news-march-2-2020">Monday morning news</a>.</p> <p>Support The World and Everything in It today at <a href="https://donate.wng.org/">wng.org/donate</a>.</p>
Mar 02, 2020
Effective Compassion, Episode 9: Housing First
<p>Downtown Austin. Anna Johansen, Charissa Koh, and Marvin Olasky visit two agencies fighting homelessness on the front lines. One agency focuses on short-term emergency shelter; the other on long-term housing. Both organizations are working to get people off the street. But should that be the primary standard of success?</p> <p>Effective Compassion is a production of WORLD. Learn more at <a rel="noopener noreferrer" href="http://wng.org/" class="c-link" target="_blank">wng.org</a>.</p>
Feb 29, 2020
2.28.20 Culture Friday, For Life, and Listener Feedback
<p>On <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/culture-friday-deconstruction-stories">Culture Friday</a>, Megan Basham and Nick Eicher talk to John Stonestreet about two Christian ‘intertainers’ who recently announced they’re leaving the faith; Megan reviews the new ABC television series <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/review-for-life">For Life</a>; and on <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/listener-feedback-23">Listener Feedback</a>, you have your say on stories you heard on the program in the last month. Plus: <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/kicker-a-mass-mailing-glitch">a mass mailing glitch</a>, and the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/friday-morning-news-february-28-2019">Friday morning news</a>.</p> <p>Support The World and Everything in It today at <a href="https://donate.wng.org/">wng.org/donate</a>.</p>
Feb 28, 2020
2.27.20 Faith at work, homeschool laws, and The Olasky Interview
<p>Megan Basham talks to <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/tracking-homeschool-legislation">HSLDA president Mike Smith</a> about legislation his organization's tracking this year; Katie Gaultney reports on the increasing interest in <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/corporate-america-comes-to-faith">chaplain programs in corporate America</a>; and on <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/the-olasky-interview-carol-tobias">The Olasky Interview</a>, WORLD editor in chief Marvin Olasky interviews National Right to Life Committee president Carol Tobias. Plus: Commentary from <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/cal-thomas-bloombergs-flash-in-the-primary-pan">Cal Thomas</a>, a preview of <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/listening-in-preview-vishal-mangalwadi">Listening In</a>, <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/kicker-muting-mumbais-incessant-honkers">muting Mumbai’s incessant honkers</a>, and the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/thursday-morning-news-february-27-2020">Thursday morning news</a>.</p> <p>Support The World and Everything in It today at <a href="https://donate.wng.org/">wng.org/donate</a>.</p>
Feb 27, 2020
2.26.20 Washington Wednesday and World Tour
<p>On <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/washington-wednesday-ending-surprise-medical-bills">Washington Wednesday</a>, Nick Eicher and Megan Basham talk to Thomas Miller from the American Enterprise Institute about the bipartisan effort to end surprise medical billing; Africa reporter Onize Ohikere reports on international news on <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/world-tour-vigils-for-leah-sharibu-and-violence-in-haiti">World Tour</a>; and Paul Butler visits the Southern border to find out <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/protecting-pastors-on-the-southern-border">how pastors are ministering in a dangerous place</a>. Plus: commentary from <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/janie-b-cheaney-an-ode-to-the-family-photo-album">Janie B. Cheaney</a>, <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/kicker-the-shot-of-a-lifetime">the shot of a lifetime</a>, and the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/wednesday-morning-news-february-26-2020">Wednesday morning news</a>.</p> <p>Support The World and Everything in It today at <a href="https://donate.wng.org/">wng.org/donate</a>.</p>
Feb 26, 2020
2.25.20 Dating during election season, and polygamy in Utah
<p>Megan Basham talks to WORLD’s Harvest Prude about how <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/dating-across-the-political-aisle">America’s political divisiveness has affected dating and relationships</a>; Sarah Schweinsberg reports on the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/polygamy-regains-lost-ground-in-utah">effort to decriminalize polygamy</a> in Utah; and on our occassional series <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/notable-speech-senator-josh-hawley">Notable Speeches Past and Present</a>, Senator Josh Hawley talks about the future of the tech industry. Plus: commentary from <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/ryan-bomberger-celebrating-our-differences">Ryan Bomberger</a>, <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/kicker-a-miraculous-fall">a miraculous fall</a>, and the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/tuesday-morning-news-february-25-2020">Tuesday morning news</a>.</p>
Feb 25, 2020
2.24.20 Legal Docket, Moneybeat, and History Book
<p>On <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/legal-docket-unraveling-an-international-dispute">Legal Docket</a>, Mary Reichard details oral arguments in a case involving arbitration between international companies; on the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/moneybeat-markets-catch-coronavirus-blues">Monday Moneybeat</a>, Nick Eicher reports on the latest economic news; and Paul Butler recalls significant dates from the past on <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/history-book-a-false-prophet-and-musical-diplomacy">History Book</a>. Plus: commentary from <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/trillia-newbell-invest-in-encouragement">Trillia Newbell</a>, <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/kicker-fiddling-through-surgery">fiddling through surgery</a>, and the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/monday-morning-news-february-24-2020">Monday morning news</a>.</p> <p></p>
Feb 24, 2020
Effective Compassion, Episode 8: Sunrise
<p class="p1">In the midst of political wrangling, thousands of small non-profits keep working to fight poverty and homelessness across the country. But what does that look like at ground level? Anna Johansen takes a closer look at the homeless communities of south Austin and talks with pastor Mark Hilbelink about how Sunrise Community Church became a sought after social service agency.</p> <p class="p1">Effective Compassion is a production of WORLD. Learn more at <a href="http://wng.org/">wng.org</a>.</p>
Feb 22, 2020
2.21.20 Culture Friday, Call of the Wild, and Word Play
On <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/culture-friday-is-the-traditional-family-model-overrated">Culture Friday</a>, Megan Basham talks to John Stonestreet about recent debates over the value of the traditional family model; Megan also reviews the new film adaptation of the Jack London classic, <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/review-the-call-of-the-wild">The Call of the Wild</a>; and George Grant ferrets out some dictionary fakery on <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/word-play-an-esquivalient-dictionary-editor">Word Play</a>. Plus: an <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/kicker-on-duty-date-night">on-duty date night</a>, and the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/friday-morning-news-february-21-2020">Friday morning news</a>. <p>Support The World and Everything in It today at <a href="https://donate.wng.org/">wng.org/donate</a>.</p>
Feb 21, 2020
2.20.20 International adoptions and cowboy traditions
<p>Anna Johansen reports on Bethany Christian Services’ recent decision to stop facilitating<a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/ending-international-adoptions"> international adoptions</a>; Mary Reichard talks to Steve West about a case involving <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/religious-liberty-at-the-border">immigration activists</a> hailed as a win for religious liberty; and Sarah Schweinsberg visits a ranch in Arizona to learn why a father is so determined to teach <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/passing-on-the-cowboy-way">cowboy traditions</a> to his children. Plus: commentary from <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/cal-thomas-moderate-means-nothing-in-politics">Cal Thomas</a>, <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/kicker-from-knockoff-to-masterpiece">a knockoff becomes a masterpiece</a>, and the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/thursday-morning-news-february-20-2020">Thursday morning news</a>.</p> <p>Support The World and Everything in It today at <a href="https://donate.wng.org/">wng.org/donate</a>.</p>
Feb 20, 2020
2.19.20 Washington Wednesday and World Tour
<p>On <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/washington-wednesday-a-minority-within-a-minority">Washington Wednesday</a>, Jamie Dean reports on President Trump’s small but growing appeal among some African American voters; Africa reporter Onize Ohikere reports on international news on <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/world-tour-christians-in-nigeria-and-locusts-in-kenya">World Tour</a>; and Paul Butler remembers the contributions of education pioneer <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/freed-to-share-the-gospel">Betsey Stockton</a>. Plus: commentary from <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/joel-belz-an-informal-presidential-poll">Joel Belz</a>, <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/kicker-taxi-driver-saves-elderly-woman-from-irs-scam">a taxi-driving hero</a>, and the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/wednesday-morning-news-february-19-2020">Wednesday morning news</a>.</p> <p>Support The World and Everything in It today at <a href="https://donate.wng.org/">wng.org/donate</a>.</p>
Feb 19, 2020
2.18.20 Child poverty, online privacy, and The Olasky Interview
<p>Mary Reichard talks to Jason Thacker about using <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/when-online-photos-are-used-against-us">photos posted online to build a database</a> of criminal suspects for police; Sarah Schweinsberg reports on <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/flipping-the-narrative-on-child-poverty">the shrinking rate of child poverty</a>; and Marvin Olasky interviews <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/the-olasky-interview-vito-tanzi">economist Vito Tanzi</a>. Plus: commentary from <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/kim-henderson-a-church-reborn">Kim Henderson</a>, <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/kicker-a-2000-tip">hockey sticks in short supply</a>, and the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/tuesday-morning-news-february-18-2020">Tuesday morning news</a>.</p> <p>Support The World and Everything in It today at <a href="https://donate.wng.org/">wng.org/donate</a>.</p>
Feb 18, 2020
2.17.20 Legal Docket, Moneybeat, and History Book
<p>On <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/legal-docket-repeat-offenders">Legal Docket</a>, Mary Reichard details oral arguments in a case about repeat offenders before the Supreme Court; on the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/moneybeat-record-high-tax-trillion-dollar-deficits">Monday Moneybeat</a>, Nick Eicher reports on the latest economic news; and on <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/history-book-olympic-underdog-helicopter-joyride">History Book</a>, Paul Butler remembers significant incidents from the past. Plus: commentary from <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/les-sillars-resonating-with-gods-frequency">Les Sillars</a>, <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/kicker-animals-helping-animals">animals helping animals</a>, and the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/monday-morning-news-february-17-2020">Monday morning news</a>.</p> <p>Support The World and Everything in It today at <a href="https://donate.wng.org/">wng.org/donate</a>.</p>
Feb 17, 2020
Effective Compassion, Episode 7: Compassionate Conservatism
<p> </p> <p class="p1">In 1999, George W. Bush launched his presidential campaign as a Compassionate Conservative. Many of the policies he advocated came straight out of the playbook of 19th century poverty fighters. Soon, compassion tactics from 200 years ago were shaping national politics... and drawing criticism from all sides. This episode is about 19th century compassion versus D.C. politics. </p> <p class="p1"> </p> <p class="p1">Effective Compassion is a production of WORLD. Learn more at <a href="http://wng.org/">wng.org</a>.</p> <p> </p>
Feb 15, 2020
2.14.20 Culture Friday, Created Equal, and Matt Redman
<p><a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/quarantined-for-valentines-day">Newlyweds quarantined</a> on board the Diamond Princess talk about their memorable first Valentine’s Day as a married couple; on <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/culture-friday-a-surprise-affirmation-of-marriage">Culture Friday</a>, Megan Basham and Nick Eicher talk to Trevin Wax about the Church of England’s affirmation for Biblical marriage; Megan reviews <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/review-created-equal">Created Equal</a>, the new documentary about Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas; and Myrna Brown talks to worship leader <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/music-profile-matt-redman">Matt Redman</a> about why he first started writing praise music. Plus: <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/kicker-one-brave-reporter">one brave reporter</a>, and the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/friday-morning-news-february-14-2020">Friday morning news</a>.</p> <p>Support The World and Everything in It today at <a href="https://donate.wng.org/">wng.org/donate</a>.</p>
Feb 14, 2020
2.13.20 Curtailing China’s influence, and a life-long love story
<p>Jill Nelson reports on Beijing’s attempt to spread <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/peddling-chinese-propaganda-on-campus">Chinese propaganda</a> at U.S. universities through Confucius Institutes; Mary Reichard talkst to WORLD’s June Cheng about how churches in China are <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/contagious-faith-amid-coronavirus-fear">ministering during the coronavirus outbreak</a>; Kim Henderson tells the love story of a couple celebrating what will probably be their last <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/til-death-does-us-part">Valentine’s Day</a> together; and Warren Smith talks to Michael Youssef on this week’s preview of <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/listening-in-michael-youssef">Listening In</a>. Plus: commentary from <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/marvin-olasky-a-doggie-dentistry-debate">Marvin Olasky</a>, <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/kicker-a-corn-field-pops-the-question">a corn field proposal</a>, and the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/thursday-morning-news-february-13-2020">Thursday morning news</a>.</p> <p>Support The World and Everything in It today at <a href="https://donate.wng.org/">wng.org/donate</a>.</p>
Feb 13, 2020
2.12.20 Washington Wednesday and World Tour
<p>On <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/washington-wednesday-spending-big-on-2020">Washington Wednesday</a>, Megan Basham talks to Cedarville University professor Mark Caleb Smith about political fundraising and campaign spending in the 2020 election; Africa correspondent Onize Ohikere reports on international news in <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/world-tour-elections-in-india-and-rain-in-australia">World Tour</a>; and Myrna Brown spends a morning with <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/baking-up-long-forgotten-memories">a woman who ministers to dementia patients</a> with comfort food. Plus: commentary from <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/janie-b-cheaney-twisting-gods-word">Janie B. Cheaney</a>, <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/kicker-dont-text-talk-and-ride">ticketed for talking and riding</a>, and the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/wednesday-morning-news-february-12-2020">Wednesday morning news</a>.</p> <p>Support The World and Everything in It today at <a href="https://donate.wng.org/">wng.org/donate</a>.</p>
Feb 12, 2020
2.11.20 School choice, ethanol waivers, and transgender regret
<p>Mary Reichard talks to American Federation for Children president John Schilling about President Trump’s <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/tax-credits-and-education-freedom">school choice</a> proposal; Sarah Schweinsberg reports on why farmers are frustrated by the Trump administration’s <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/pain-at-the-pump-for-farmers">ethanol waivers</a> to oil companies; and Walt Heyer explains the danger of slapping a <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/swept-under-the-transgender-tent">transgender label</a> on a mixture of mental health problems. Plus: commentary from <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/cal-thomas-partisanship-and-prayer-dont-mix">Cal Thomas</a>, <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/kicker-history-hidden-in-a-bar">a piece of history in an unexpected place</a>, and the <a href="https://worldandeverything.org/2020/02/tuesday-morning-news-february-10-2020">Tuesday morning news</a>.</p> <p>Support The World and Everything in It today at <a href="https://donate.wng.org/">wng.org/donate</a>.</p>
Feb 11, 2020