Frances & Friends - Sep. 30th, 2021
Frances & Friends • 30-Sep-2021
Conservatism, without God, is meaningless. Today on Frances and Friends, Sister Swaggart and the panel read James 4:11; discussing how believers should treat fellow believers struggling with sin. The panel also welcomes special guest Claston Bernard, author of the book ‘Outcast'. An immigrant from Jamaica, now living in Louisiana, Brother Bernard is an LSU track scholarship graduate, and a former two-time Olympian. Addressing the difficult topic of racism, critical race theory, and immigration; Brother Bernard says as an immigrant to this country, he was determined to see how he would fit into America despite his skin color. He was encouraged by the Constitution and the opportunities it offered in this nation whose foundation was built on God, family, and education.
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