Book-Ban-Dan: Stranger Than Fiction

  Christian fiction writer, Ann Tatlock, was featured on Right Now to talk about “Novels Worth Reading.” When she returned home, she found the book shelves at her church library were empty and the books were  banned. Here is her guest post about how one church is trying to take the fiction out of faith. The […]

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Steen Jones Shows Us The “COLORS” of Service

Right Now panelist Steen Jones shows the true meaning of service with her company COLORS. COLORS is a social business dedicated to providing skill training and employment opportunities to Atlanta women victimized by sex trafficking and prostitution. Eighty percent of the profits go to furthering the efforts of the business. The other 20%  is donated […]

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25 Best Christian Blogs of 2013

At the start of a new year, everyone is looking for ways to improve. What better way to improve yourself then by growing in your faith? To help you kick start your resolutions, we’ve tracked down this list of the 25 best Christian blogs of 2013 from author Christian Piatt. Out of 400 nominations and […]

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Plywood People: Building a Brighter Future Through Social Change

Right Now panelist Jeff Shinabarger champions social change in Atlanta through the non-profit organization Plywood People. Plywood People supports community oriented innovations by implementing projects and educating entrepreneurs who seek new, long-lasting solutions to old problems. Current projects include Billboard Bags, which sells recycled items in order to provide jobs, skill training, mentorship, and English […]

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Mo Isom Talks Year-Long Resolutions

It’s not too late to make a new years resolution according to Right Now panelist Mo Isom. Whether you’ve given up on existing resolutions or never got around to making any, Mo’s got a few suggestions that can help make you a more well-rounded person in 2014. At the top of the list of resolutions you […]

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Behind the Scenes at a Right Now Taping

We were excited to welcome Mo Isom and Mitchell McGhee to the show recently. Mo is a speaker, blogger and on-camera personality. As a former All-American goalkeeper for the LSU Soccer team, she gained national attention as the first female to train with and tryout for a Division 1, SEC men’s football team. She was […]

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Have Questions About Prayer?

In an upcoming episode we’ll be discussing prayer. What questions would you like to have our panelists answer?  Is there something you’ve been praying for or about that hasn’t been answered? Have you ever had a surprising answer to your prayers? What’s the boldest prayer you’ve ever prayed?  Is there a special time, place, or […]

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What Do You Do When Your Child Says He or She is Gay?

As a parent, one can’t help but to have the highest of hopes for their children. We want them to have the best education, make the best decisions, and live happily ever after. We may envision their future with a traditional marriage and lots of grandkids to play with in our old age. But what […]

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Congratulations to Panelist Kim Gravel on Becoming “Kim of Queens!”

Panelist Kim Gravel (in yellow above)  has been a lot of things in her life: singer, conference leader, beauty consultant, talk show host, Miss Georgia, life coach, and of course panelist on Right Now. In one of her last appearances on our show, we talked about reality television shows. Now Kim has her own!   […]

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Clinical Psychologist and Author Dr. Mark Crawford Returns to the Panel in January

In January, we’re excited to have clinical psychologist and author, Dr. Mark Crawford joining our panel again. Look for upcoming topics on alter egos, what to do when your child tells you they are gay, addictions, and the what happens when an equally yoked couple becomes unequally yoked. But in the meantime, you can learn […]

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