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Surviving Tough Times: Hurricane Katrina, 9/11, and Christian Convictions

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August 29th marked the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, Friday will mark the 14th anniversary of 9/11, and on September 3rd, U.S. county clerk Kim Davis was jailed for contempt of court for adhering to the convictions of her Christian faith. Surviving crises is nothing new to Americans. We have learned a great deal about man-made and natural disasters, but how do we survive disasters that arise from our faith? During this week's broadcast, we will pay tribute to survivors of Katrina and 9/11, and we will examine the circumstances that led to the arrest of Kim Davis. What happens next, and how do we prepare for battles that will surely come as a result of our faith? Be sure to join Adrienne and me as we discuss these topics, the upcoming CNN presidential debate, Hillary Clinton's email scandal, other hot topics, and breaking news.

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