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Episode 68 - July 18, 2024

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Tune in as Dr. Johnny and Pat Hunter speak with Tony Lentini.

Episode 67 - July 11, 2024

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This episode is a must-listen for anyone seeking clarity and practical advice in an increasingly complex world. Join Johnny Hunter and Aline Reves as they navigate the challenges of today with wisdom, insight, and, above all, common sense.

Aline Reves, known for her grounded perspectives, brings wisdom to the forefront, discussing the most pressing issues of our time. From political upheavals to social dynamics, she and Johnny explore how common-sense solutions can bridge divides and foster a more cooperative society.

Listeners will be captivated by the engaging dialogue, which emphasizes the power of rational discourse and community involvement.

Aline and Johnny challenge us all to think critically, question assumptions, and actively participate in creating positive change. This episode is not just a discussion but a call to action for all who believe in the power of common sense.

Episode 66 - July 4, 2024

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Pastor Dale Paschal anchors the podcast today, and welcomes Jeff Long for a conversation perfectly suited for Independence Day.

Episode 64 - June 20, 2024

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Listen as Dr. Johnny Hunter welcomes Steve Lefemine, Director of Columbia Christians for Life.

Episode 63 - June 13, 2024

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In this episode of "Just Common Sense," Troy Williams discusses the challenges facing public schools, particularly the impact of government policies and political correctness on education and family structures.

He examines graduation rates, the resistance to alternatives to government-run schools, and specific incidents illustrating the influence of political correctness. The conversation also explores the historical context of African American family dynamics and the effects of welfare programs on family structures.

Throughout, Williams advocates for common sense conservative principles and encourages listeners to critically assess and engage in addressing these complex issues.

Episode 62 - June 6, 2024

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What if you could turn life's challenges into a testament of faith and resilience? Join us for a deeply personal episode as we share our heartfelt gratitude for the support received during tough times. We open up about our experiences managing type 2 diabetes, revealing the surprising effects of medications and some effective home remedies for controlling blood sugar levels. As Pat returns to the broadcast after a health battle, we delve into the broader implications of these challenges, highlighting the crucial roles of faith and community support.

Reflect on the story of Paul's shipwreck from Acts 27 with us, as we draw powerful parallels to remaining committed to one's church and community during turbulent times. We scrutinize President Biden's executive orders on illegal immigration, discussing the societal impacts, including strains on schools and churches, and the rise in crime rates. Hear our takes on how businesses are adapting to these challenges and the leniency of prosecutors in certain.

Dr. Johnny Hunter is on board to discuss embracing common sense conservative principles. He encourages listeners to integrate these values into their daily lives and points to valuable resources at learnincorg. We also touch on the legal struggles of Steve Lefemine and former President Donald Trump, expressing hope for fair outcomes. Tune in as we emphasize unity, resilience, and staying true to one's beliefs during trying times. This episode is a call to remain steadfast and supportive of your community and faith, no matter the storm.

Episode 61 - May 30, 2024

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In Episode 61 of "Just Common Sense," Dr. Johnny Hunter welcomes Dr. Matthew Eppinette, Executive Director of the Center for Bioethics and Human Dignity. The episode delves into the critical intersections of bioethics, theology, and contemporary societal issues.

Dr. Eppinette brings two decades of expertise in bioethics, discussing his research on transhumanism, artificial intelligence, and the ethical dilemmas posed by advanced medical technologies.Dr. Eppinette shares insights on the financial burdens of cancer treatments, emphasizing the church's role in supporting affected individuals. He also highlights the ethical considerations surrounding IVF and frozen embryos, advocating for community support and ethical decision-making.

The conversation touches on the implications of artificial intelligence, cautioning against potential abuses while recognizing its educational benefits. Dr. Hunter and Dr. Eppinette encourage listeners to engage with their communities and churches, emphasizing the importance of presence and support in combating loneliness and fostering mental health.

Dr. Eppinette concludes with an invitation to a conference on the future of health, addressing the integration of technology in healthcare and its ethical ramifications. The episode underscores the necessity of trusting in the Lord and committing to ethical and compassionate actions in a rapidly evolving world.

Episode 60 - May 23, 2024

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In this episode of “Just Common Sense,” Dr. Johnny Hunter discusses current political issues and personal anecdotes. He shares an update on his wife Pat’s health, emphasizing the power of prayer and unconventional remedies. Dr. Hunter addresses the implications of medical freedom, referencing the ongoing Trump legal battles, and the controversy over COVID-19 vaccinations. He is joined by Pastor Jeff, who talks about ministering to the Hispanic community and the importance of standing up against injustices. The episode concludes with a message on common-sense conservative principles and faith.

Personal Story: Pat’s Health

  • Update on Pat’s medical condition and the use of unconventional remedies.
  • Discussion on the effects of steroids and blood sugar management.

Political Commentary

  • Analysis of Trump’s legal issues and the perceived injustices in the case.
  • Critique of current political figures and policies, emphasizing the need for forgiveness and integrity in leadership.

Medical Freedom Discussion

  • Importance of medical freedom and informed consent.
  • Reference to the Nuremberg Code and concerns over COVID-19 vaccinations.
  • Resolution for medical freedom presented at the state party convention.

Pastor Jeff’s Interview

  • Introduction to Pastor Jeff and his ministry to the Hispanic community.
  • The importance of addressing the needs of Spanish-speaking individuals.
  • The role of the church in supporting immigrants and advocating for just policies.

Conservative Values and Faith

  • Encouragement to stand firm on pro-life issues.
  • Call for unity among Christians to uphold moral and ethical standards.
  • The significance of maintaining faith and trust in God amidst societal challenges.

Closing Remarks

  • Dr. Hunter emphasizes the need for common sense and conservative principles.
  • Invitation to visit the show’s website and engage with the content online.

Episode 59 - May 16, 2024

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Christian Forgiveness in Politics.

Episode 58 - May 9, 2024

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Join Dr. Johnny Hunter and Pat Hunter and explore current events.

Episode 57 - May 2, 2024

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In this podcast episode, Dr. Johnny Hunter and Pat Hunter engage in a conversation about their involvement in the Heartbeat International conference and the organization's pro-life efforts. They discuss Heartbeat International's crisis pregnancy centers, the option line, and resources for abortion pill reversal. Despite facing legal challenges, the organization continues its mission.

They also cover upcoming events, such as the American Black Robe Regiment summit and the Stand America awards dinner, and comment on recent news, including a UK sword attack and a US bank failure. The episode emphasizes the importance of action and common sense.

Episode 56 - April 25, 2024

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In this podcast episode, Dr. Johnny Hunter and Chet Gallagher recount their involvement in the pro-life movement and the legal repercussions they've faced due to their activism.

They discuss their arrests, the impact of their actions on saving lives, and their unwavering commitment to their cause.

Gallagher shares a personal story of being fired, then reinstated as a police officer, and the miraculous restoration of his marriage after a period of divorce. Both men highlight the importance of standing firm in their beliefs and the support they receive from their community and loved ones.

They also look forward to the opportunity to testify before a judge and the chance to glorify God through their trials.

Episode 55 - April 18, 2024

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In this episode of "Just Common Sense," Dr. Johnny Hunter welcomes Dr. Matthew Eppinette, Executive Director of The Center for Bioethics & Human Dignity.

Dr. Eppinette explores bioethical implications of Artificial Intelligence (AI), in vitro fertilization (IVF), and assited suicide.

Episode 54 - April 11, 2024

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In this episode of "Just Common Sense," hosted by Dr. Johnny Hunter, pro-life advocate Denise Walker from Everlasting Light Ministries discusses the challenges to the protection of the unborn in Minnesota's political climate. She calls for repentance within the church and criticizes Planned Parenthood's actions, especially in black communities. Denise shares her personal experiences with abortion and urges alternatives, including adoption.

The episode also touches on personal updates and upcoming events, with a mention of Denise's husband, Brian Walker, sending his regards to Dr. Hunter. The conversation revolves around the intersection of politics, morality, and faith.

Episode 53 - April 4, 2024

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In this podcast episode, host Dr. Johnny Hunter encourages listeners to continue to let their light shine.

Episode 52 - March 28, 2024

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In this podcast episode, hosts Dr. Johnny Hunter and Pat Hunter discuss a variety of topics such as the importance of Easter, church attendance, and recent happenings.

They cover the "Destiny or Destruction" event in Roxboro, a summit in Moravian Falls, and a legal situation in Mount Juliet. The conversation also touches on immigration and the influence of the love of money on society, particularly in relation to the abortion industry and human trafficking.

Throughout the episode, the Hunters incorporate biblical references to address these societal issues, encouraging listeners to become more involved with their community and faith.

Episode 51 - March 21, 2024

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In this episode of Just Common Sense, hosts Dr. Johnny Hunter and Pat Hunter engage in a dynamic discussion with their guest, Dr. John Diggs, MD. The conversation revolves around pressing social and political matters, emphasizing the critical nature of free speech and the influence of science on society. Dr. Diggs offers his expert perspective, enriching the dialogue with his medical and ethical insights.

Dr John Diggs

Episode 49 - March 7, 2024

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In this podcast episode, Rev. Brian Walker from Rich in Mercy Abortion and Miscarriage Recovery discusses Minnesota's abortion laws and the push to enshrine the right to abortion in the state constitution.

He shares a touching story about a mother and daughter who were thankful for the organization's support and details the success of their "I am human" campaign.

The host, Dr. Johnny Hunter, stresses the importance of pastors' involvement in the abortion debate and encourages church leaders to support pro-life advocates in their congregations. Dr. Hunter and Rev. Walker call for pastors, especially in the black community, to speak out and take action against abortion, using available resources to make a difference.

Episode 48 - February 29, 2024

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In this podcast episode, Dr. Johnny Hunter and Evangelist Marjorie Williams engage in a conversation from a conservative Christian viewpoint, addressing current events like the migrant crisis and political climate. They emphasize the importance of prayer, faith, and standing firm in Christian beliefs amidst societal turmoil. Evangelist Williams discusses President Biden's Texas visit and the perceived spiritual failings of the political sphere. They also explore the effects of political actions on national security and the perceived attacks on white men as a resistance to the erosion of Christian values. The episode concludes with a call for Christians to remain vigilant and proactive in upholding biblical principles against spiritual warfare.

Episode 47 - February 22, 2024

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In this episode Dr. Johnny Hunter brings some eye-opening events from the headlines, and reminds us God hears and answers prayer, and therefor, to be persistent in prayer.

Episode 46 - February 15, 2024

Listen to "Just Common Sense-Episode 46 | Are Civil Rights Laws Being Misused Against Pro-Life Activists? (Calvin Zastrow)" on Spreaker.

In this podcast episode, hosts, Johnny and Pat Hunter and Calvin Zastrow discuss the legal struggles of pro-life activists. Zastrow, facing sentencing for his pro-life actions, shares his experiences with the legal system and the use of civil rights laws against activists like him. The Hunters express solidarity, planning to attend his sentencing to support him. The conversation also explores the broader impact of these legal challenges on the civil rights movement and the commitment of the pro-life community to their cause, despite facing obstacles such as imprisonment and legal battles.

Episode 45 - February 8, 2024

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Dr. Johnny Hunter welcomes Pastor Stephen Broden in this episode of Just Common Sense.

Episode 44 - February 1, 2024

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In this podcast episode, Dr. Johnny Hunter and guest Lawrence Reves discuss a recent trial where individuals were convicted for trying to protect children and mothers at an abortion clinic.

They explore the misuse of civil rights against pro-lifers and the targeting of minorities by some groups. The conversation emphasizes the importance of perseverance in the fight for justice and faith, drawing on historical examples. Dr. Hunter also stresses the importance of staying updated with local news, mentioning a veterans' home closure and a study on factors contributing to cardiovascular disease deaths, including stress and COVID-19.

Additionally, they consider scientific evidence on vaccines and heart issues.

Episode 43 - January 25, 2024

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In this enlightening episode, Dr. Johnny Hunter engages with Dr. Clenard Childress, Jr., a dynamic pastor and pro-life advocate, in a profound discussion that blends common sense with prophetic vision. They highlight the importance of integrity, the power of faith in action, and the critical role of the church in addressing contemporary societal issues. The conversation also touches on the significance of local activism, the impact of recent political and legal changes, and the need for the church to be a beacon of hope and truth in challenging times.

Episode 42 - January 18, 2024

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Dr. Johnny and Pat Hunter discuss the current election year.

Episode 41 - January 11, 2024

Listen to "JCS-Episode 41 | The Most Pressing Issues: Border Crisis, Middle East, and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s Legacy | Troy Williams" on Spreaker.

In this podcast episode, guest host Troy Williams steps in for Reverend Johnny Hunter to tackle a range of pressing issues. The conversation delves into the complexities of the border crisis, explores the ongoing conflicts in the Middle East, and reflects on the enduring impact of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy on contemporary society. The episode offers insights into these topics, highlighting their relevance and interconnectedness in today's global landscape.

Episode 40 - January 4, 2024

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Dr. Johnny and Pat Hunter interview Christian activist Cal Zastrow in this first episode of 2024.

Episode 39 - December 28, 2023

Listen to "JCS-Episode 39-Pastor Luke Robinson: The Bold Voice Against Abortion" on Spreaker.

In this podcast episode, Pastor Luke Robinson discusses various current events and their impact on the church and society.

Topics include Pope Francis's decision to allow priests to bless same-sex couples, Planned Parenthood's involvement in transgender healthcare, and the effects of abortion on the African-American community.

Pastor Robinson also addresses the church's role in politics, the issue of illegal immigration, and the moral decline in the country. He emphasizes the importance of standing up for biblical values and encourages listeners to join the pro-life movement and seek God in these challenging times.

Episode 38 - December 21, 2023

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Unravel the true essence of Christmas with us as we distinguish between the biblical timelines of the shepherds and wise men in the nativity story.

With the guidance of Dr. Haywood Robinson, we examine the scriptural passages from Luke 2 and Matthew 2 to understand the prophecies that led the Magi to Christ. This episode promises not only to enhance your knowledge of the biblical events but also to inspire reflection on the transformative power of Jesus' birth and its impact on our lives.

Join us on a heartfelt journey as Dr. Robinson opens up about his path through loss and grief after the passing of his first wife, and how his faith led him to an unexpected new love. The story of his engagement and marriage, from a Thanksgiving spark to a Valentine's Day celebration, is a poignant reminder of life's capacity for renewal. We also pay tribute to influential figures, such as Bishop Dean Nelson, and acknowledge the indelible marks they leave on our hearts.

Ending on a note of hope and redemption, this episode tackles the difficult subject of abortion's generational spirit, sharing personal stories and the conviction that through Christ, we can alter legacies and cherish life. Dr. Robinson's experiences intertwine with this theme, shedding light on the power of God's grace in overcoming adversity and shaping our journeys. Tune in for a powerful reminder that the JCS represents not only Just Common Sense, but Jesus Christ, our savior.

Episode 37 - December 14, 2023

Listen to "JCS-Episode 37 | Courage and Convictions | Pro-Life Advocate Evangelist Marjorie Williams" on Spreaker.

We're thrilled to welcome Marjorie Williams, a passionate advocate for pro-life ministry and champion of common sense, to share her inspiring journey from disbelief to devout Christianity. Marjorie's resilience and faith-driven life serve as a testament to the power of conviction and the importance of not being swayed by the manipulative tactics of the world around us.

Our candid conversation with Marjorie takes a deep dive into the complex and contentious dynamics of race, religion, and politics in the United States. We explore the unique challenges faced by the black community, the perceived conflicts between Christian beliefs and political alignment, and the overlooked voices of black leaders. We also dissect the undercurrents of racism and the LGBTQ+ movement, shedding light on the pressures of societal conformity and the necessity of staying firm in biblical beliefs.

In the finale of this episode, we discuss a crucial aspect often overlooked by Christians: the significance of aligning our voting choices with our biblical worldview. From the Democratic party's stance on God and religious freedom to the moral responsibility of standing against abortion, Marjorie offers invaluable insights into these critical issues. Ultimately, this enlightening conversation underscores the need for Christian political awareness, the courage to speak out against injustice, and above all, the unwavering reminder that Jesus Christ saves. Tune in for an episode rich in wisdom, conviction, and hard-hitting truths.

Episode 36 - December 7, 2023

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This episode of "Prepare Your Heritage" delves into the importance of legacy, faith, and integrity. The hosts, Dr. Johnny Hunter, Pat Hunter, and Lakesha Blake, engage in a profound discussion about the significance of heritage, particularly in the context of Christian values and teachings.

They emphasize the role of parents in shaping the future through their children, referencing biblical figures and stories to illustrate their points. The conversation also touches on current events, offering insights from a religiously and politically conservative perspective.

  1. The Importance of News and Discernment: Discussion on the necessity of staying informed and discerning truth in media.
  2. Children as a Heritage: Biblical perspective on children being a reward from God.
  3. Current Events Analysis: The episode delves into various current events, including a controversy in Florida's high school sports and global political issues, through a conservative Christian lens.
  4. Role of Parents in Shaping Future Generations: Emphasis on parental guidance and its long-term impact.
  5. Biblical Examples of Leadership and Legacy: Insights from the lives of biblical figures like Job, David, Solomon, and Daniel.
  6. Current Social and Political Issues: Reflections on contemporary events and their implications from a Christian viewpoint.

Episode 35 - November 30, 2023

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In "Preparing Your Heritage," Dr. Johnny Hunter and his wife, Pat Hunter, engage in a heartfelt discussion, intertwining personal anecdotes, current events, and biblical teachings.

The focus is on living a life that honors one's heritage and faith, especially in the context of today's societal and political challenges.
Topics Discussed:

  1. Thanksgiving Reflections: The Hunters share their Thanksgiving experiences, emphasizing the importance of family and continued gratitude.
  2. Navigating News Sources: Dr. Hunter advises on discerning reliable news sources, recommending Christian radio and cautioning against mainstream media's misinformation.
  3. Current Events Analysis: The episode delves into various current events, including a controversy in Florida's high school sports and global political issues, through a conservative Christian lens.
  4. Biblical Teachings and Personal Faith: The Hunters discuss the power of prayer and the importance of living a life that reflects Christian values, drawing parallels with biblical figures like Job and David.
  5. Family and Heritage: Pat Hunter shares touching stories about her large family, emphasizing the importance of family bonds and Christian upbringing.
  6. Guidance for the Future: The episode concludes with advice on educating the younger generation about history, faith, and moral values.

Episode 34 - November 23, 2023

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In this episode of Just Common Sense, Dr. Johnny Hunter and Pat Hunter delve into the significance of prayer and thanksgiving, especially in challenging times.

They explore biblical insights, share personal testimonies, and reflect on current societal and political issues from a Christian perspective.

The episode is a powerful reminder of the importance of maintaining faith and integrity, regardless of circumstances.

With Thanksgiving, Pray::

Hosts: Dr. Johnny Hunter and Pat Hunter

Theme: Emphasizing the importance of prayer and thanksgiving, especially in challenging times.

Key Scripture: Philippians 4:6

Topics Discussed:

  1. The Power of Prayer and Thanksgiving:
    1. Emphasis on praying in all situations, not just giving thanks.
    2. The role of prayer in overcoming challenges and hardships.
  2. Understanding God's Will and Integrity:
    1. Discussion on Proverbs 2:7 and its relevance to living with integrity.
    2. Insights into Job's unwavering faith in God, even in adversity.
  3. Personal Testimonies and Experiences:
    1. Pat Hunter's transformation from fear to boldness in her faith journey.
    2. The impact of prayer on personal and communal levels.
  4. Biblical Insights for Modern Challenges:
    1. Application of biblical principles to contemporary issues.
    2. Encouragement to rely on God in both good and bad times.
  5. Societal and Political Reflections:
    1. Critique of current political leadership and its impact on moral and societal values.
    2. The need for Christian leadership and guidance in today's world.

Episode 33 - November 16, 2023

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In today's episode, Dr. Johnny and Pat Hunter speak with Dr. Haywood Robinson.

Episode 32 - November 9, 2023

Listen to "JCS-Episode 32 | Dr. Johnny Hunter | A Season and a Purpose" on Spreaker.

In today's episode, Dr. Johnny Hunter takes us through a journey of understanding the times and seasons we live in, as reflected in Ecclesiastes 3.

He provides a poignant critique of current events and political decisions from a Christian perspective, urging us to apply 'Just Common Sense' in our daily lives. As we navigate through these challenging times, Dr. Hunter reminds us of the steadfast love and forgiveness available through Jesus Christ.

Tune in for an insightful blend of scripture, current affairs, and spiritual encouragement. Don't forget to reflect on the wisdom shared and let's continue to stand firm in our faith.

Episode 31 - November 2, 2023

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We had a fantastic conversation with Jay DeLancy from the North Carolina Election Integrity Teams. We dove deep into the importance of safeguarding our elections, the role of Christians in this process, and the laws that govern it all. If you care about your vote and your voice, this is a must-listen episode. Check it out!

Learn more about North Carolina Election Integrity Teams

Topics Covered:

Election Integrity

  • Importance of safeguarding the voting process
  • The role of poll observers and poll watchers
  • The North Carolina Election Integrity Teams (NCEIT)

Convenience vs. Legality

  • The dangers of prioritizing convenience over legality in voting

The Role of Christians

  • The responsibility of Christians to be vigilant and active in safeguarding elections

Historical Context

  • Comparisons to past elections and the Civil Rights Movement

State and Federal Laws

  • Discussion on the legal aspects of voting and election observation

Episode 30 - October 26, 2023

Listen to "JCS- Episode 30 Voter Integrity (Jay DeLancy 1)" on Spreaker.

In our latest episode, we dive deep into the importance of voter integrity with Jay DeLancy, the man on a mission to ensure every vote counts the way it should. We also touch on current events and share our powerful mission-defining verse from Proverbs.

Learn more about North Carolina Election Integrity Teams

Current Events

  • UN Secretary General's controversial speech on Israel
  • Biden administration's stance on Israel
  • Republican nomination updates

Voter Integrity in North Carolina

  • Guest: Jay DeLancy, Executive Director of the Voting Integrity Project of North Carolina
  • Challenges to North Carolina's voter integrity laws
  • Weaknesses in the current voter ID system

Voter Fraud and Common Sense

  • Jay DeLancy discusses the discovery of 30,000 dead people on North Carolina's voter rolls.
  • The importance of Voter ID as a common-sense measure.

Conversation with Reverend Barber

  • Jay DeLancy's interaction with Reverend Barber on the necessity of Voter ID.
  • The inconsistency in the argument against Voter ID.

Vulnerability in Poor Communities

  • How poor communities are more susceptible to voter fraud.
  • The selling of votes for as little as $10.

The Lawsuit on Voter ID

  • The lawsuit against Voter ID is more about fundraising for left-wing organizations than about voter disenfranchisement.

The Role of Pastors

  • The responsibility of pastors not to sell out their congregations for political gains.

Episode 29 - October 19, 2023

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We've got an incredible podcast episode for you. Angela Minter, the founder of Sisters For Life, shares her inspiring journey from personal struggles to becoming a beacon of hope and advocacy.

We also dive into the transformative work of sidewalk counseling and the importance of faith in community outreach. Tune in and be inspired! 🙏

Show Notes
Introduction

  • Host: Troy Williams
  • Guests: Johnny Hunter, Angela Minter
  • Topics: Faith, Abortion, Community Outreach, Family Values

Angela Minter's Journey

  • Founder and CEO of Sisters For Life
  • Personal experience with abortion
  • Transition from corporate America to full-time ministry

Sisters For Life

  • Mission: Advocate for mothers, fathers, and babies
  • Programs: Co-ed mentoring, sidewalk counseling, public and private school education
  • Expansion: Branches in Dallas, Ohio, and Indiana

Sidewalk Counseling

  • Personal approach to helping women and men at abortion facilities
  • Shift in focus due to changes in abortion laws

Faith and Community

  • Importance of prayer and seeking God's guidance
  • Challenges and opposition faced

Family and Marriage

  • Personal experiences and testimonies
  • Encouragement for those dealing with family issues

Episode 28 - October 12, 2023

Listen to "Just Common Sense-28 (Marty Buss) "Pray for Israel"" on Spreaker.

On today's podcast, we had an eye-opening discussion about the current situation in Israel and its implications for Christians. Dr. Johnny Hunter was joined by Marty Buss, who shared his insights and called for focused prayers and action. Don't miss out on this crucial conversation. 🙏 God blesses you!

  1. The Current Situation in Israel
    • The recent attacks on Israel by Hamas and the impact on the Israeli people.
    • The role of Western media in shaping public opinion about the conflict.
  2. The Importance of Prayer and Compassion
    • The need for focused prayers for Israel, especially during these trying times.
  3. The Prophetic Perspective
    • Discussion on the end times, the return of the Messiah, and the significance of current events in Israel.
  4. The Role of the United States
    • The implications of U.S. foreign policy on the Israel-Hamas conflict.
  5. Call to Action for Christians
    • The importance of understanding that the events in Israel are not distant but directly related to the Christian faith.

Episode 27 - October 5, 2023

Listen to "Just Common Sense-Episode 27 (Ta'heiya Ellerbe)" on Spreaker.

In this episode, we delve into a range of topics that resonate with a religiously and politically conservative audience. From community marches against violence to the controversies surrounding the COVID-19 vaccine, we cover it all. Our special guest, Ta'heiya Ellerbe, shares her inspiring journey in faith and activism, offering valuable insights for the younger generation. Tune in for a thought-provoking discussion that challenges the status quo and encourages us to think critically about the world we live in.

  1. Community March Against Violence
    • Discussion on the Faith and Blue march against violence.
    • Criticism of divisive protests and the need for community-police engagement.
  2. Social Justice and George Floyd
    • Examination of the George Floyd incident and its impact on community-police relations.
  3. COVID-19 Vaccine Concerns
    • Discussion on new vaccines and their effectiveness.
    • Legal actions against drug manufacturers.
  4. Political Climate
    • Mention of Trump's legal battles and the political landscape.
  5. Education and Youth
    • Importance of staying focused in college.
    • Breaking generational curses through education.
  6. Religious Life and Activism
    • Guest Ta'heiya Ellerbe talks about her journey in faith and activism.
    • Discussion on pro-life activism and community service.

The Pro-Life Movement and the Role of Faith

In this riveting episode of "Just Common Sense," Johnny Hunter engages in a heartfelt conversation with Dinah Monahan, a stalwart of the pro-life movement.

Dinah shares her family's legacy, notably her mother's creation of the iconic "Precious Feet" symbol, and delves into her personal journey of establishing the Living Hope Women's Centers and Hope House maternity home.

The episode takes a poignant turn as Dinah recounts the challenges faced by Ethiopian Christians, highlighting the profound sacrifices they make for their faith. She also emphasizes the destructive role of shame in women's lives and the transformative power of understanding one's identity in Christ.

Dinah concludes by introducing her free teaching resources and the life-changing retreats she offers. This episode is a testament to the resilience of faith, the importance of identity, and the unyielding spirit of those dedicated to the pro-life cause.

Learn more about Dinah and Psalm 51 Ministry at www.PsalmFifty.one

  • Dinah Monahan's Legacy
    • Dinah's life defined by pro-life activism.
    • Her mother created the "Precious Feet" symbol.
    • Dinah's involvement in various pro-life activities, from political activism to working directly with pregnant women.
    • Dinah's family history of taking in pregnant women and troubled teens.
    • Establishment of Living Hope Women's Centers and Hope House maternity home.
    • Dinah's international efforts, including the "Earn While You Learn" program.
  • The Power of Faith in Difficult Circumstances
    • The challenges faced by Christians in Ethiopia.
    • The high price of converting to Christianity in certain regions.
    • Stories of individuals who faced persecution but remained steadfast in their faith.
  • The Role of Shame in Women's Lives
    • Dinah's teachings on shame and its destructive role.
    • The difference between physical poverty and poverty of the soul.
    • The transformative power of understanding one's identity in Christ.
  • Resources and Retreats
    • Dinah's teaching videos available for free.
    • The significance of retreats in helping women find healing and understanding.

Episode 25 - September 21, 2023

Listen to "Just Common Sense-Episode 25 (Lawrence Reves)" on Spreaker.

The Power of Common Sense and the Fight for Life
Guest: Reverend Lawrence Reves

Dive into an enlightening discussion on the pro-life movement, where personal stories of sacrifice, historical accounts of advocacy, and the power of common sense converge. Discover the profound impact of individual choices, the multi-generational significance of choosing life, and the ongoing challenges in the fight for the unborn. This episode serves as a testament to the resilience of the human spirit and the importance of standing firm in one's beliefs. Whether you're deeply involved in the pro-life movement or simply curious about its nuances, this episode offers a heartfelt and thought-provoking perspective on the value of every life.

  1. Introduction:
    • Dr. Hunter welcomes listeners and introduces the theme of the episode: The importance of common sense and integrity in life's decisions.
    • Reference to Proverbs 2:7 and the significance of common sense in the Christian faith.
  2. Highlighting Real-Life Stories:
    • The touching story of a mother who chose her child's life over her own when diagnosed with brain cancer.
    • The historical account of Dr. Elder Lavon Yuille leading an all-black rescue against abortion in 1989.
  3. Guest Introduction: Reverend Lawrence Reves
    • A brief overview of Reverend Reves' dedication to the pro-life movement.
    • His involvement in Operation Rescue and the Lambs of Christ.
    • Personal anecdotes of his experiences during rescues, including his encounters with the police and his commitment to non-violence.
  4. Adoption as an Alternative:
    • Reverend Reves shares his personal journey of adopting three children who were initially scheduled to be aborted.
    • The broader pro-life movement's efforts to support mothers who choose to keep their children.
  5. Historical Perspective:
    • The story of Chet Gallagher, a policeman who took a stand against abortion.
    • The multi-generational impact of choosing life.
  6. Current Challenges:
    • The overturning of Roe v. Wade and the ongoing challenges in individual states.
    • The need for continued advocacy and action in the pro-life movement.
  7. Closing Thoughts:
    • The importance of not compromising on one's beliefs and values.
    • A call to listeners to stay informed, involved, and inspired in the fight for life.

Conclusion: This episode delves deep into the pro-life movement, highlighting personal stories, historical events, and the ongoing challenges faced by advocates. With a focus on common sense, integrity, and the value of every life, listeners are encouraged to reflect on their own beliefs and take action in their communities.

Episode 24 - September 14, 2023

Listen to "Just Common Sense-Episode 24 (Stephen Broden)" on Spreaker.

Being the Church in a Totalitarian Society

The conversation this time centers around knowing and standing for the Truth.

Stephen Edward Broden is a former Republican political candidate from the state of Texas in the 30th congressional district (map) for the United States House of Representatives. He was defeated by Democratic incumbent Eddie Bernice Johnson. Broden is a businessman, political commentator, former professor, and an activist for pro-life causes.

Learn more about Pastor Broden HERE.

Episode 23 - September 7, 2023

Listen to "Just Common Sense-Episode 23 (When Christians Should Not Comply)" on Spreaker.

In this episode, Dr. Johnny Hunter and his wife, Pat dig deep into biblical reasons Christians should not comply - especially as it applies to complicity with immoral agenda.

Together, they discuss:

  • Quarantine
  • Mask Mandate
  • Electing Immoral Leaders
  • Rahab, and her non-compliance for God's purposes

It's a 'dont miss' conversation you'll want to share. So...share!

Episode 22 - August 31, 2023

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Writer, Minister and Criminal Analyst Troy Williams joins Dr. Johnny Hunter again for a candid discussion about the uptick in violence locally and across America.

Johnny talks about:

  • The Greensboro "Influx Care Facility" set to house hundreds of unaccompanied migrant children
  • Missouri ban on genital mutilation
  • Vermont School Transgender Complaint
  • UNC Shooting
  • Pregnant woman shot in fayetteville, NC
  • Multiple recent shootings in Fayetteville, NC

Troy joins in to address the increase in reported violent crimes in Fayetteville, NC. They also discuss:

  • Fayetteville: A City In Crisis
  • Role of the Faith Community
  • Increase in murders locally
  • Learning the Language of Youth
  • Police Activity
  • Responsible Gun Ownership

Episode 21 - August 24, 2023

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Dr. Johnny Hunter is joined by his wife Pat discuss issues near and far and their implications for the community of faith and beyond. They discuss:

  • Maui Fires
  • Tech Savvy Thieves
  • After School Satan Club
  • Migrant Housing in a Condemned School in NC
  • Proposed Rlocation of E.E. SmithHigh School in Fayetteville, NC
  • Charter School facing closure in Charlotte, NC

Episode 20 - August 17, 2023

Listen to "Just Common Sense-Episode 20 (Dr John Diggs)" on Spreaker.

With more than 35 years in medical practice, Dr. John Diggs is a respected medical doctor.

However, in the wake of the pandemic declared in 2020, he found himself at odds with many in his field for simply doing what is right: treating patients.

Citing a growing distrust of doctors in the wake of COVID era practices, Dr. Diggs remains committed to treating people with more regard for their health than with complicity toward what he considers the draconian measures which existed during the government and medical arena's response to the pandemic.

It's a healthy - pun intended - conversation we think you'll enjoy, and by which we hope you'll feel enlightened.

Episode 19 - August 10, 2023

Listen to "Just Common Sense-Episode 19 (Bill O'Clock)" on Spreaker.

The number one killer of children in America is preventable, unneccessary and illegal in many states. It is cloaked by being called 'chice', however, today's guest calls it something else. Seeing the number of children it has taken out, Bill O'Clock and his wife, Piroshki sounded the alarm which every watchman in the pulpit and the church needs to heed.

Dr. James William (Bill) O'Clock has a passion to speak up for the preborn and to encourage the Body of Christ to o be a voice for the voiceless.

Listen is as Dr. Johnny Hunter and hes wife Pat talk with this with their distinguished and humble guest.

Learn more at https://www.learninc.org.

Episode 18 - August 3, 2023

Listen to "Just Common Sense-Episode 18 (Walter Hoye)" on Spreaker.

Why would a major city contrive and enforce a law that applied to only one man? The answer to that question is just one chapter in the story of Walter Hoye.

Walter B. Hoye II is a licensed and ordained Baptist preacher who serves as both President and Founder of the Issues4life Foundation, the California Civil Rights Foundation, Founder of the Frederick Douglass Foundation of California, Core Member of the National Black Pro-Life Coalition, sits on the board of The Morning Center, which was founded to provide free full-service maternity care for women in urban and under-served areas, and serves as a leadership consultant.

Episode 17 - July 27, 2023

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Steeped in Common Sense from beginning to end, Dr. Johnny Hunter and his wife Pat address current events.

Episode 16 - July 20, 2023

Listen to "Just Common Sense-Episode 16" on Spreaker.

Steeped in Common Sense from beginning to end, Dr. Johnny Hunter and his wife Pat address the headlines in clear light of God's Word. Fresh off the celebration of their 46th wedding anniversary, their love for the Lord and each other is evident in every word spoken, and every scripture shared.

Episode 15 - July 13, 2023

Listen to "Just Common Sense-Episode 15 (EW Jackson)" on Spreaker.

E.W. Jackson is first and foremost, a servant of God.

Born in Chester, Pennsylvania. he joined the United States Marine Corps in 1970 and was honorably discharged in 1973. He went on to graduate Summa Cum Laude with a Phi Beta Kappa Key from the University of Massachusetts at Boston in 1975, and from Harvard Law School in 1978.

While in law school, he studied at Harvard Divinity School and was licensed as a Baptist minister. He was ordained as a Pastor in 1979 and consecrated a Bishop in 1998. He pastored a church and practiced law for 15 years in Boston, and was an adjunct professor at Northeastern University and Strayer University.

He is the Founder of The Called Church headquartered in Chesapeake, Virginia and S.T.A.N.D. – Staying True to America’s National Destiny, a national nonprofit organization with a mission to bring Americans together across racial and cultural lines to preserve our Judeo- Christian values and heritage. Through his church, he and his wife, Theodora, founded the Chesapeake Martin Luther King Leadership Breakfast and the William Jackson Youth Center.

He is the host of “The Awakening” a national radio talk show on American Family Radio, with 200 radio stations and live streamed around the world. He is the author of two books: “Ten Commandments to an Extraordinary Life” and “12 Principles to Make Your Life Extraordinary.”

He has been a guest on Fox & Friends, The O’Reilly Factor, Neil Cavuto, Lou Dobbs, Megyn Kelly, CBN World News, ABC’s Good Morning America, C- Span’s Washington Journal, ABC Radio Network, National Public Radio and othermedia. His articles have been featured in the Washington Times, American Thinker, Western Journalism, American Family Association’s magazine “The STAND,” Life Today’s “The Stream” and other publications.

Bishop Jackson has been a candidate for U.S. Senate and the Republican nominee for Lt. Governor of Virginia.

Episode 14 - July 6, 2023

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On this episode, Dr. Johnny Hunter is joined by his wife, Pat, as they discuss:

  • Knowing the Times
  • Watching and Praying
  • Preparing
  • First Liberty Institute
  • The Dangers and Damage cause by CRT
  • Harmful Effects of "Pride" month

Episode 13 - June 29, 2023

Listen to "Just Common Sense-Episode 13 (Alveda King)" on Spreaker.

Dr. Alveda King, longtime Pro-Life advocate and niece of Civil Rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. joins Dr. Johnny Hunter for an honest conversation about the faithful state of our nation, and much more.

Many people speak of historic figures, but being one herself and living in the midst of key historic moments, her life experiences enhances her insight in today's spiritual and political climate. In this program, she shares about the life of her father, Dr. A. D. King and the lessons he also ingrained in her heart.

Episode 12 - June 22, 2023

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Dr. Johnny Hunter talks about the history and significance of Juneteenth, from its institution as a Federal Holiday in 2021 to its origins in Galveston, TX folllowing the Civil War.

Dr. Hunter shines a light on the importance of addressing true history; the moral, religious, and ideological divisions that led to the Civil War, and the political parties who stood on either side of that divide.

He also dives into the subjects of abortion, the Supreme Court, and Justice Clarence Thomas. Addressing the flow of events through Griswold v. Connecticut, Roe v. Wade, LGBTQ+, and the rights sought and asserted, as well as the true justice our Heavenly Father executes.

This 'don't miss' episode is rich from the first word to the last.

Episode 11 - June 15, 2023

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Dr. Johnny Hunter and his wife Pat have a discussion about the importance of fathers in our lives and give personal testimony of how their fathers affected and influenced their lives.

They discuss:

  • Importance of Fathers
  • The Role of Fathers
  • Father in California who stood up against a school supported LGBTQIA+ Pride Month celebration

Episode 10 - June 8, 2023

Listen to "Just Common Sense-Episode 10 (Troy Williams)" on Spreaker.

Writer and Minister Troy Williams joins Dr. Johnny Hunter again for a candid discussion about the many fronts in the cultural battle in America.

They discuss:

  • Drug paraphernalia vending machines
  • LGBTQIA+
  • Boys & Girls Clubs of America
  • Fortifying the church

Episode 9 - June 1, 2023

Listen to "Just Common Sense-Episode 09 (Matt Walsh)" on Spreaker.

In this episode, Dr. Hunter talks about protecting children and exposing the lies and deception of the transgender agenda.

You'll want to take notes as Dr. Hunter discusses historical political weaknesses from both the Democratic and Republican parties.

Dr. Hunter talks about Matt Walsh's testifying before the Tennessee House of Representatives' Health Committee on the issues and dangers of chemical castration, transgender affiriming fallacies, and using common sense to protect children.

Episode 8 - May 25, 2023

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In this episode, Dr. Johnny & Pat Hunter are joined by Rev. Bill Cook, Founder & CEO of America's Black Robe Regiment.

You'll want to take notes as they discuss the need for Clergy in America to once again speak boldly in the church - and from the pulpit - about the direction our culture is headed, and how we (the church) can become a strong rudder of change.

Episode 7 - May 18, 2023

Listen to "Just Common Sense-Episode 07 (Troy Williams)" on Spreaker.

On this episode, Dr. Johnny Hunter welcomes respected guest, Troy Willams to the show for a great conversation.

Calling Troy a valiant man of God is an understatement. He is highly respected at the Pastors Rountable, a frequent opinion writer with the Fayetteville Observer, and has degrees in Criminal Justice and Police Technology.

As they talk today, they touch on what they consider the hypocrisy of the Democrats' Party Platform concerning gender politics, voting rights, equality, and much more. How much of what we hear from the pulpit is biblical, and how much is party agenda? Listen and decide for yourself.

Episode 6 - May 11, 2023

Listen to "Just Common Sense-Episode 06 (Honoring Mothers)" on Spreaker.

Dr. Johnny and Pat Hunter talk about the mothers, their spiritual mothers, and the importance of God's design for the family in this special tribute to Mothers.

Episode 4 - April 27, 2023

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Today's guest is Dr. Matthew Eppinette, MBA, PhD.

Dr. Eppinette is Executive Director of The Center for Bioethics & Human Dignity (CBHD). Dr. Eppinette has two decades of experience in the field of bioethics, including serving CBHD previously, from 2002-2007.

Together, Dr. Johnny Hunter and Dr. Eppinette discuss an important range of topics, including:

  • Bioethics
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI)
  • Dangers of Assisted Suicide
  • The Intersection of Faith & Film
  • Transhumanism
  • Genetic Editing

...and more.

Learn more and connect with Dr. Eppinette on The Center for Bioethics & Human Dignity (CBHD) website.

Hear more and subscribe to the CBHD Podcast.

Special Update - April 20, 2023

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On this special update, Dr. Johnny Hunter receives a call from Pro-Life Activist, Taheiya Ellerbe, from just outside a Barnes & Noble Bookstore on the campus of West Virginia University in Morgantown, WV, which houses a Starbucks coffee shop on April 20, 2023.

Ms. Ellerbe was refused service at this Starbucks location relative to her involvement in a peaceful pro-life demonstration outside the store. Service was refused by more than one employee, and this discriminatory act was reinforced by store management.

The audio from the call is included in this special update from Just Common Sense.

Ms. Ellerbe is an actively involved in the Genocide Awareness Project (GAP) which peacefully brings awareness to the silence which allowed the Jewish Holocaust the room to take root and grow to the detriment of millions, and the silence and miseducation which allows the slaughter of children while still in the womb through legal abortion on demand in the United States and abroad.

Learn more about the Genocide Awareness Project and Center for Bio-Ehical Reform.

Episode 3 - April 20, 2023

Listen to "Just Common Sense-Episode 03" on Spreaker.

In this episode Dr. Johnny Hunter talks about how being color blind is not a bad thing; rather, as Christians we should be color blind and spiritually discerning. The color of someones skin is a non-issue for true believers, meaning, God's people do not care about a persons skin color.

Dr. Hunter also talks about being spritually discerning and how when situations, laws, ideas, popular fads are against God's will, purpose, and design; we as Christians need to stand up and say something.

Scripture:
Do not answer a fool according to his folly, lest you also be like him. Proverbs 26:4
Answer a fool according to his folly, lest he be wise in his own eyes. Proverbs 26:5

Episode 2 - April 13, 2023

Listen to "Just Common Sense-Episode 02" on Spreaker.

Dr. Hunter's guest today is Pastor Ceasar LeFlore.

Pastor LeFlore and Dr. Hunter explore the dangers and illegitimacy of Critical Race Theory (CRT) and offer a counter, which Pastor LeFlore calls "Critical Grace Theology".

Pastor LeFlore is Executive Director at Beloved Commuity Development Corp. in Dolton IL. He's the Founder of LEARN Chicago, Director of LEARN Midwest, Field Director of Illinois Family Intitue's Public School Exit Initiative, and holds positions with Southland Prevention Coalition and 40 Days for Life. Pastor LeFlore is also a former Military Police Officer, Ordained as an Elder of the Church of God in Christ, and has served 14 years as an Associate Pastor.

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Episode 1 - April 6, 2023

Listen to "Just Common Sense-Episode 01" on Spreaker.

To know history is to know the pattern of the world's evil and how to stop it. On today's show, Dr. Johnny Hunter looks closely at the patterns of evil throughout history to help you apply common sense when you see the patterns attempting to repeat themselves in our world.

He grants a treasure of common sense to the honest. He is a shield to those who walk with integrity.
Proverbs 2:7 (NLT)

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