American Family Association and TN Right to Life Oratory Contest
Bridges with Joseph Parker and Students
Pastor Joseph Parker, the director of outreach and intercession for the American Family Association, has made it his mission to stand for the sanctity of life. On today's show, he shares about the American Family Association. Then Monica interviews three students who competed in the 2017 Tennessee Right to Life Student Oratory Contest: Lenore Thorne, William Shaw, and Vashti Johnson.
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