Sharing on GOD'S VOICE


Janet Mefferd is the host of two nationally syndicated daily Christian talk shows: Janet Mefferd Today and Janet Mefferd Live (on American Family Radio), with a combined reach of more than 400 radio stations nationwide. She is a former news and religion reporter and editor for newspapers including The Dallas Morning News and the Daily Herald in suburban Chicago.





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Andrea Minichiello Williams is the founder and CEO, Christian Concern & Christian Legal Centre. Andrea qualified as a barrister and has practised at all levels of the British Judicial system. She pioneered the Student and Policy work of the Lawyers Christian Fellowship, and went on to found Christian Concern and the Christian Legal Centre, which has run some of the most high profile Christian freedom cases and campaigns in Europe. She is a leading analyst campaigner and spokeswoman on issues of national importance in the moral life of the nation and as a defender of Christian liberties in the parliamentary process, the justice system and the media. Andrea is married and is the mother of four children.


 Al BakerRev. Al Baker is ordained in the Presbyterian Church in America and has been in the gospel ministry for over thirty-five years. A 1974 graduate of the University of Alabama, he received his Master of Divinity degree from Reformed Theological Seminary, Jackson, Mississippi in 1981. He received Doctorate of Divinity in Evangelism and World Missions in August 2017 from Whitefield Theological Seminary, Lakeland, Florida. Al's ministry base of operation is Birmingham, Alabama, serving as an Evangelist with Presbyterian Evangelistic Fellowship. Al is the author of four books—Evangelistic Preaching in the 21st CenturySeeking a Revival CultureRevival Prayer, and Essays on Revival. Prior to his present ministry, Al was the organizing pastor of Christ Community Presbyterian Church, West Hartford, Connecticut, serving there for nine years; and before that he was the pastor for ten years of Golden Isles Presbyterian Church, St. Simons Island, Georgia. Al has long been actively involved in foreign missions to Central and South America, Africa, India, Great Britain, Europe, Japan, and Indonesia, also traveling extensively around the United States preaching in churches and in the streets. Al and Wini have been married for over forty-two years and have three grown sons, three daughter-in-laws, and twelve grandchildren.

Al seeks to promote a revival culture in churches by leading revival prayer weekends and preaching Bible conferences on revival and evangelistic themes. He also is working to raise up the next generation of revival and evangelistic preachers like Samuel Davies, the great 18th century Presbyterian preacher from Richmond, Virginia.  


Tom Littleton - Nov2018Rev. Thomas Littleton is a Southern Baptist minister and evangelist, with over 40 years experience working on university campuses, coastal resorts and the streets of inner cities in the US, Europe, and Latin America. This work includes over a decade of outreach in New York City during the height of the AIDS crisis with ministries like World Challenge/ David Wilkerson, St. Pauls' House, Times Square Church where he worked in street evangelism from Harlem to Wall.

Thomas also is a researcher, who speaks on Christian apologetics, evangelism training, and discernment, focusing on maintaining a faithful biblical witness and stance in the church on today's most compelling cultural issues. He also writes for websites such as BarbWire, Worldview Weekend and SBC Today and is a frequent guest on national radio programs, such as Janet Mefferd Today.
 Thomas and his wife work together and provide medical missions and lead teams in Central America. They have one son who is homeschooled and exhibits a love of trains, legos, and God's Truth.


Robert Lopez-newDr. Robert Oscar Lopez teaches Humanities at L.R. Scarborough College of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas. He completed his BA in Political Science at Yale and his PhD/MA in English/Classics at State University of New York at Buffalo. His writings include "The Colorful Conservative," "Jephthah's Daughters," "Wackos Thugs and Perverts" and "The New Normal," in addition to hundreds of columns in American Thinker, BarbWire, The Federalist, Public Discourse, First Things and other publications. As an ex-gay Christian, going on his 20th year with his wife, and as a father of two children, he has focused increasingly on helping men get out of homosexuality and build normal heterosexual lives. In 2018, he converted his blog, English Manif, to a resource designed specifically for gay men who want to go straight. He continues fighting to defend such men's rights for support and encouragement, especially in the church ministry setting.


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Peter LaBarbera is the founder and president of Americans For Truth About Homosexuality, an organization based outside Chicago that exposes and counters the LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer) movement. He is also a contributor to Life Site News, one of the world’s leading pro-life and pro-family news sites.  A former reporter for the Washington Times, Peter is active on Twitter (@PeterLaBarbera) and the co-author of Permanent Revolution: The Secret Life and Legacy of Barack Hussein Obama. He served as executive director of the Illinois Family Institute, and as a writer, editor and analyst for Family Research Council, Concerned Women for America and Accuracy in Media. LaBarbera has done thousands of radio, TV and print media interviews, most dealing with LGBTQ and morality issues. Peter is also the founder of a new organization, Center For Morality, devoted to supporting in-depth research and reports defending historic Judeo-Christian sexual morality. He has been happily married to his wife Cristina for 30 years.  They are the blessed parents of five children.


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 Stephen Black has worked in pastoral-care ministry as an ordained minister in the local church and with International Ministerial Fellowship for over 26 years. He works full-time as Executive Director with First Stone Ministries (FSM) in Oklahoma City. Stephen is an author, speaker and teacher. He enjoys sharing in the local Church. He serves the Body of Christ at FSM in one-on-one pastoral care discipleship, weekly support group sessions, speaking, and helps to provide freedom conferences and seminars. He has been interviewed numerous times on local and national radio and on television giving hope through the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Stephen has served on several Christian ministry boards. He has also worked in the local church as an associate pastor and has also worked as a volunteer prison chaplain. He is one of the founders of the Restored Hope Network (RHN) and served on the RHN board for the first 7 years. He currently serves on the board for Parents and Friends of Ex-gays and Gays. Stephen has been married to his wife Robin since May of 1986. They have three adult children and three grandchildren who are all life-long residents of the Oklahoma City area.