Heidi Harris Show Podcast #188: “Journalist” wants to “reach” impeachment undecideds

This so-called journalist Margaret Sullivan penned an op-ed in the Washington Post, wherein she lamented the fact that “undecideds” aren’t being convinced about Trump’s corruption and inadequacy as a President, and therefore need to be “reached”.

I thought their job was to report the facts and let people decide for themselves? Yeah, I know…

Heidi Harris Show Podcast #187: Vegas Pastors planing a homeless protest?

Some local Pastors are planning a January protest in Downtown Las Vegas about the new regulations on homeless people who have been taking over private property around Downtown Vegas. Since when is GOVERNMENT supposed to care for them? When did Jesus call on public officials to care for these people? If every church in Vegas took in a few homeless, this “problem” would be SOLVED.

Heidi Harris Show Podcast #186: Most millennials don’t feel “good enough”?

It’s a sad reflection of how the world works these days that so many younger people don’t feel “good enough” in various aspects of their lives. God doesn’t want us to compare ourselves to others, but social media does. We need to change our focus and recognize the talents and abilities God has gifted us. Staying in your lane and not trying to live the same lives others live in the key.

Heidi Harris Show Podcast #185: Does Christian “love” mean we’re supposed to applaud everything?

I’ve dealt with a lot of people lately who seem to think that Christians are supposed to love people no matter what they do. We are to love one another, but to them, “love” means applauding every decision they make, regardless of whether or not it honors God or Biblical values. God has rules, and we all break them from time to time, which is why we have a Savior. That being said, God doesn’t smile and throw us roses when we screw up. He is there for us, but doesn’t appreciate it when we thumb our noses at Him. Neither should we do that to people who defiantly live their lives contrary to God.

Heidi Harris Show Podcast #183: Politics making people ill?

I can understand how this news cycle can make anyone depressed. Families are fighting over it, friendships are lost. Sometimes you feel like you’re stuck in a batting cage with hundreds of balls coming at you at once. But if you keep it in perspective, and focus on God, realizing that this stuff will not matter in eternity, you can pay attention, stay informed, and still keep your sense of humor.

Heidi Harris Show Podcast #182: “Polyamory” should be respected as a psychological term?

“Polyamory”, which used to be called “sleeping with anyone” is now supposed to be considered a legitimate term or syndrome, or condition, or something, according to the American Psychological Association. They are bothered by the fact that many religions prohibit this behavior, and have actually created a task force to study “consensual non-monogamy”. I’m not kidding.

The “Religion and Spirituality Task Force” aims to “reduce theological barriers often separating sexual minorities from the sources of their beliefs”. So they want to do whatever they want to, and still be okay with God. Good luck with that.

Heidi Harris Show Podcast #181: Amy Klobuchar whines about gender bias

Senator Amy Klobuchar, candidate for President, is whining about “gender bias” in the campaign especially related to Pete Buttigieg and his campaign. His qualifications are thin and yet he gets an inordinate amount of attention, but that’s because he’s GAY, not because he’s a MAN. And even when there is “gender bias” women whining never helps. WORKING does.

HHS Podcast #180: Atheist Richard Dawkins admits “God” makes people behave better

Atheist Richard Dawkins does all he can to eliminate God from public life, but even HE recently admitted that without God, people would behave worse than they already do. Ya think?

HHS Podcast #179: Good news! YOU are in charge of your life!

Economy up, economy down, good politicians in, bad politicians in….either way YOU are mostly responsible for your life and finances, and how well you leave within your means, good times or bad. Aren’t you glad they don’t have that much control?