108 Ten Things Christians Should Consider Before Arguing with Atheists


god-science-religion-atheistWith the rise of religiously unaffiliated Americans, the number of atheists and agnostics has practically doubled since 2007. According to a 2014 Pew Religious Landscape Study, 3.1% of American adults say they are atheists.  This number is up from 1.6% from 2007.  In addition, 4% of American adults say they are agnostics, which is up from 2.4% in 2007.

So with this rise in not only religiously unaffiliated Americans, but also a more vocal group, Michael Lehmann shares how to have a graceful communications when encountering atheists and agnostics.

Photo credit:  Blue Mountain Arts

106 Did God Create Evil?


god-create-evilMany people have an opinion about how evil was created.  Rev. Thea Wilson, Dr. Susan Smith, Dr. Willie Jolley, and Minister Dentis Shaw engage in a passionate discussion regarding their interpretation of scripture as it relates to the question, “Did God Create Evil?”

Does Satan need permission from God to do evil works or can he just do what he wants without question?

Is it right to portray God as an all-loving God when there is so much evil in the world and when scripture clearly states that God has done what appears to be evil things in the Old Testament?

And if God is all good then how can we have all of these killings?  Why doesn’t He intervene?

My guests tackle these questions and more.

103 Is Christianity Under Siege?


christianity-under-attackReverend Joseph Deck, Reverend Thea Wilson, and Reverend Dr. Judy Fentress-Williams engage in a round-table discussion about the State of Christianity in America.

Is Christianity in America under siege?  Is it being marginalized?  Does Christianity have an image problem, or have Christians been spoiled with Christian privilege for so long that now they must make room for people of all belief systems?

These are just a few questions that are discussed during this episode.

100 A Conversation with Coach Tony Dungy & Broadcaster James Brown


Tony Dungy2

Coach Tony Dungy is in the 2016 Class of Pro Football Hall of Famers.  He gets inducted into the Hall on August 6th.  He led the Indianapolis Colts to a Super Bowl victory in 2007 and became the first African-American coach to hoist the Lombardi Trophy. He accomplished another first by leading his team to the playoffs for 10 consecutive years.  He is one of only 3 men to win Super Bowls as both a player and head coach. He is a #1 New York Times best-selling author of Quiet Strength, Uncommon, and The Mentor Leader.  He now serves as an Analyst on NBC’s Football Night in America and he is a spokesperson for “All Pro Dad.” He and his lovely wife Lauren are co-authors of several children’s books and the proud parents of ten children.  And most importantly, Coach Dungy is one of God’s faithful servants, he leads and participates in several bible study groups, he is a well sought after speaker and he is currently living his passion of ministering to young men.


James Brown3James Brown, also known as “J.B.”, is the host for THE NFL Today, the NFL Pre-Game Show, and co-hosts CBS Thursday Night Football.  He is a Special Correspondent for CBS This Morning, CBS Evening News, and 60 Minutes.   JB has hosted many shows, including the Super Bowl, Boxing, Basketball, the Olympics, and the Stanley Cup where he earned the name “Godfather of Gold.”  He is a three-time Emmy winner for “Outstanding Studio Host.  A graduate of Harvard University, principal of Brown Technology Group, and author of “Role of a Lifetime:  Reflections on Faith, Family and Significant Living.  He is married to his lovely wife Dorothy and he’s a grandfather and the proud father of one daughter, Katrina.  Like Coach Dungy, JB is also one of God’s faithful servants.  He is an ordained minister and gives of his time to youth and multiple charities.

092 God Where is My Boaz?


god-where-is-my-boaz-front-cover-finalStephan LaBoissere, certified relationship coach and author of “God Where Is My Boaz?” is a man on a mission to make relationships happier and more fulfilling.

In this episode, Stephan shares specific reasons that are hindering women from receiving the love and man she deserves and what she can do to turn things around.

Stephan talks about how to navigate through the dating process if you have chosen celibacy or to abstain from sexual intercourse.

Stephan also talks about how the Bible verse “He who findeth a wife finds a good thing,” is misinterpreted and how this misinterpretation is getting in the way of women finding the man that is right for her.

If you are discouraged with relationships and skeptical of trusting men due to too many previous disappointments, then you will want to listen to this episode to restore your hope that once again, love is possible.

Take a listen!

012 Can A Man Really Commit? Perspectives From A Christian And An Atheist


Are you in love with a Christian, Agnostic, or Atheist?  Do you even know?  Should you care?  Could your mate’s ability to be faithful be linked to their religious beliefs and/or the strength of their faith?

Charlie, a confirmed Atheist shares his views that it all goes back to evolution.  Men are not born to be monogamous and they are burdened

to respond to the biological call to have sex and reproduce.  A biological call so powerfully intertwined within his DNA; making it impossible for most to resist.

Pastor Alfonzo Surrett shares God’s word about the problems and consequences associated with this view.  He states that we are all spiritual beings regardless of our beliefs and that being unfaithful opens the gate for the enemy to enter into our spirit to begin the path of possession and destruction.  He concludes that monogamy is not an issue of self-control, but more about the strength of one’s faith.