Posts by Julaine


2018 | Week of October 22 | #1278 Are you prepared to honor God in the November 6 election? Maybe you’ve never thought about an election from that perspective. If not, perhaps this commentary will challenge you to do so as you ponder your opportunity to vote in the fast-approaching midterm elections. The groundwork for this approach is laid in understanding that government isn’t man’s idea, but God’s. It’s one of His three social or...

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2018 | Week of October 15 | #1277 With the midterm election now just three weeks away, it’s time to think about what’s at stake. In my opinion, the liberal progressive elected officials in our state legislature made it pretty clear what’s at stake when the legislative session closed early this past spring. Shortly after the floor periods were done, State Representative Chris Taylor, a Democrat from Madison, held a press conference....

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Home Front 10-17-2018


Posted on Oct 17, 2018 in HomeFront

2018 | Wednesday, October 17 | Listen Online Julaine discusses the race for US Senator in Wisconsin as well as some unique election resources available for churches. She also gives updates on some critical situations in Eau Claire and...

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Home Front 10-10-2018


Posted on Oct 9, 2018 in HomeFront

2018 | Wednesday, October 10 | Listen Online On today’s program, Julaine discusses the upcoming race for Governor and an example of elections having...

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2018 | Week of October 8 | #1276 Frequently I’m asked, “How do bad laws get passed seemingly so easily, even in places where one wouldn’t necessarily think that would happen?”  My answer to this question is the theme for this commentary:  elections have consequences, very real consequences. We are now a month from a major midterm election. In the midst of all the rhetoric it’s sometimes easy to forget the reality of that truth.  Let’s...

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2018 | Week of October 1 | #1275 I confess. I’m not just concerned about the immediate outcome of the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation process; I’m concerned about the long-term fallout from this debacle. I’m also concerned about how families are dealing with this since it is so very public, and I’m sure kids have lots of questions about what is going on and why. Further, I’m concerned about how Christians in general are thinking about...

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