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Paul Ladd, our Senior Correspondent, interviews a variety of people.  Some are well-known authors; some have lived through life-changing experiences; some are politicians; some are just “regular people” with interesting hobbies or skills.  Below are four interviews from Paul’s recent archive.  Click on the name and sit back to hear a 4-5 minute interview. 

Eric Metaxas, author of several books, including, Seven Men, Bonhoeffer, and Amazing Grace, gives a few highlights from his popular “Socrates in the City” lecture program. Speakers address important questions about life and faith and take questions and discuss them with the audience at venues around New York City and beyond. 

Click Here to listen to Eric Metaxas

Joni Eareckson Tada, host of the “Joni and Friends” radio program, discusses her life and work. Joni was permanently injured in a diving accident as a young woman, yet has become an internationally renowned author, speaker and artist.

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Donald Rumsfeld, who served as the 13th and 21st U.S. Secretary of Defense, talks about his collection of ideas and “rules,” called Rumsfeld’s Rules, which he says can benefit anyone. Secretary Rumsfeld also offers his thoughts on meetings, business, and success. 

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John W. Dean, who was White House Counsel for President Richard Nixon, talks about his role in the Watergate scandal. Dean reflects on his time in government and also encourages young people to consider public service.

Click Here to Listen to John W. Dean

 

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PRAY FOR MADAGASCAR

World Christian Broadcasting’s friends and website readers have been asking about the election held in Madagascar on December 20.  This island nation off the southeastern coast of Africa is of particular interest to us (and to you, our friends and donors) because it is the site of our second shortwave station. 

Madagascar’s electoral court has ruled that former finance minister Hery Rajaonarimampianina has officially won the presidential election.  The new president told his the people, “I will be the president of all of you without distinction.  I’m asking for your help so we can develop the country.”   .   

The people of Madagascar desperately want their nation to return to some semblance of normality.  When the coup occurred almost five years ago, the nations of the world withdrew the financial support they had been lavishing on Madagascar, resulting in hardship in every part of the island.  More than nine of ten Malagasy now live on less than $2 a day.  There is no state healthcare system of any kind.  Roads are among the worst in Africa.  Acute child malnutrition is at a critical level.  According to an article from Irishtimes.com, “Nothing gets fixed. . . . There is no programme to repair the many school buildings abandoned after the most recent cyclone ripped off their roofs.  Contract workers in many government departments have not been paid for years.”  The country longs for a return to even the most limited prosperity. 

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Now that this election has been declared by the courts to have been a free and democratic election, this will, hopefully, open the floodgates for the nations of the world—including the United States—to resume sending desperately-needed aid.  The hope is that when U.S. money is once again flowing into Madagascar, the present prejudice against anything associated with the United States will begin to wane.  Hopefully this will create an environment in which the Malagasy government will look with more favor on projects with U.S. fingerprints on them.  Our prayer is that World Christian Broadcasting’s “Madagascar World Voice” will be one of those projects.

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