Talking about the “Things That Matter Most” on April 24, 2019
4:00 – Sri Lanka Death Toll at 359 and Counting
The death toll from Sunday’s terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka has reached 359. Yesterday ISIS claimed responsibility but investigators are still determining whether it was directly invovled or merely inspired the attack with its calls for jihad. More than 60 people have been arrested and authorities have determined that the nine suicide bombers came from mostly educated, middle-class backgrounds. Authorities are also investigating why warnings about the attack were not followed through on. We get the latest from Chad Bauman.
4:20 Kresta Comments
4:40 — How the Tragedy of Columbine Forced me to consider God
Sr. Mary Gianna was a Sophomore at Columbine High School in 1999, the year of the massacre. She usually spent her lunch period in the library but on that fateful day, she suddenly had an overwhelming urge to leave the building. Up to that point, she had never really considered the existence of God – but the tragedy forced her to ask why she was spared. She joins us with her story.
5:00 – Freed from Venezuelan Custody, Journalist Continues to cover Crisis
Earlier this year Cody Weddle, a freelancer journalist stationed in Venezuela, was arrested by authorities, questioned, and thrown out of the country. He’s now covering the crisis from Colombia. He joins us with his experiences and the latest on the unrest there. We’ll talk with him and Al has some more thoughts on socialism
5:40 – Can Life’s Best Things be Bought?
They say the best things in life can’t be bought. Is this true? As an advisor to some of America’s richest families, Richard Watts has seen the reality of being super rich and the unavoidable complications money brings. He joins us with “fables of fortune” to discuss how you may be far richer than you think.