Run Sheet for Tuesday, August 13th

R. C. Sproul and Lee Webb together in the RYM Studio. Credit: Renewing Your Mind.

TODAY’S GUEST: Lee Webb, Host of Renewing Your Mind with Dr. R. C. Sproul, heard weekday mornings at 8:30 am on WMUZ-AM 1200 The Salt of Detroit. Lee is known for his tenured career in television journalism. He is now the vice president of broadcasting for Ligonier Ministries and host of Renewing Your Mind with R.C. Sproul. He is also an ordained elder in the Presbyterian Church in America.

Lee Webb’s “Farewell Video” after two decades with the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN)


CBN NEWS: Simone Biles Sets New Record with Astounding Triple-Double: ‘Leave It up to God’

WSJ: Simone Biles Tests the Boundaries of Gymnastics With Her New Moves

JASON GAY: Hurry Up! Sports Has a Time Problem

“We’re all so restless and in a rush. Have you been to a baseball game recently? You can fly in a hot-air balloon from Chicago to San Diego—and then take a covered wagon back across the Rockies—in the time it takes to play the average baseball game. I’m serious. My neighbor took his 4-year-old to a double-header this summer. By the time they got home, the kid was 6.”


FOX 2 NEWS: First day of school photo of siblings praying goes viral: ‘We pray for everyone’

What you can’t see in the photo is that the Harris family lost their apartment the day before, and Jamisha and her husband recently lost their jobs.

“It has been very hard for all of us,” Harris told Fox News. “And with all the tragedies events that have been occurring in the world lately, I feel nothing is safe for my children and we are praying because I am sending my children into this wicked world and mommy is not there to protect them.”

ROSS DOUTHAT: Jeffrey Epstein and When to Take Conspiracies Seriously


RNS: Six decades old Baptist church is closing six-years after affirming the LGBTQ community

  • “From the time she arrived in 2013, the Rev. Jill McCrory had seen the congregation at Twinbrook Baptist Church, the progressive Baptist church she pastors, ebb and flow but never reach more than several dozen faithful in the pews that could hold far more. So the multiracial, LGBT-affirming congregation in this Washington suburb made a tough decision: Its church will close.”
  • “We threw the doors open wide, proclaiming us as a welcoming and affirming church. And we drew some folks, but bottom line, this church, I believe, was created for a certain time and a certain group. And, it just couldn’t outgrow that.”

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