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Listening In is a half hour interview program that features discussions with newsmakers and thought leaders, hosted by Warren Smith. Listening In goes beyond talking points, for real and in-depth conversation. Each week, Warren chooses knowledgeable guests and meaningful topics, and brings a depth and level of candor you can’t find anywhere else. In this way, Listening In personalizes the stories and perspectives of its guests, resulting in highly engaging and memorable programming. You’ll hear conversations with popular musicians, Christian thought leaders, makers of movies and television, respected authors, and key political leaders.
On this episode of Listening In, host Warren Smith talks with Richard Land, Mark Gregston, and James Gottrey about President Trump and his policies and how to live out Christian faith. Richard Land is the president of the Southern Evangelical Seminary in Charlotte, North Carolina and a member of President Trump’s Evangelical Advisory Group. Mark Gregston is the author of several parenting books and the founder of Heartlight, a counseling center for struggling teens. And James Gottrey is the vice president of public policy for the James Dobson Family Institute and the former director of marketing and legal counsel with Alliance Defending Freedom.