Written by James L. Garlow & David Barton
Narrated by Jim Seybert
8 hours, 22 minutes
America is at a crisis point. We have a limited amount of time to get it right. The nation must get "back on track" or be forever derailed. That is not melodrama. That is fact. Only Biblical truth can save our country.
Some don't seem to care that it is saved. But many of us do care. For our children, grandchildren, and future generations. There are six serious problems - racial strife, a massive immigration disaster, failure to understand Israel's role in the world, millennial thinking, misunderstanding of the nature of government, and a church that has capitulated to culture - that are screaming for solutions. The good news is there are steps we can take.
In this audiobook, Pastor James Garlow and evangelical political activist David Barton present fellow Christians with six steps America needs to take to prevent chaos at this precarious moment in history.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Dr. Jim Garlow, author, communicator, commentator, historian, cultural observer and Senior Pastor of Skyline Wesleyan Church in San Diego, CA, is heard daily on over 800 radio outlets nationwide in his one minute historical commentary called "The Garlow Perspective." Jim has appeared on numerous national TV shows on NBC, ABC, CNN, Fox, MSNBC, CNBC and Comedy Central. He has done over 1,100 radio, TV and print interviews – national and local – covering a wide range of topics: historical, theological, political, religious liberty, marriage and family issues and cultural trends.
David Barton is an evangelical Christian political activist and author. He is the founder of WallBuilders, LLC, a Texas-based organization dedicated to presenting America’s forgotten history and heroes, with an emphasis on the moral, religious, and constitutional foundation on which America was built.
ABOUT THE NARRATOR
Jim Seybert has been narrating stories for nearly 60 years. He anchored radio news broadcasts from 1974 through 1992, led marketing for a nationwide group of independent bookstores, and is the PA announcer for a Collegiate League baseball team. In addition to narrating, he has published two books on leadership for Tyndale House. Jim and his wife make their home in Arroyo Grande, CA.