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WOMEN FOR AMERICA PODCASTS

Daniel Flesch is a foreign policy expert and former Israeli Defense Force paratrooper who served as Senior Advisor to Israel’s Mission to the United Nations in New York City. He joins Penny Nance to provide a strategic update on the war in Israel. 

On this Valentine’s Day special on Concerned Women Today, Penny Nance is joined by CBN’s Wendy Griffith, the author of “You Didn’t Miss it: God’s Best is Worth the Wait,” and CWA’s Denise Cappuccio, to talk about how to effectively wait on God to bring us His very best when it comes to marriage.

January is National Human Trafficking Prevention Month. Penny Nance is joined by Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tennessee) to discuss the incredible work she has done to seek justice for victims of human trafficking.

Haven’t you had enough? This powerful question from the Lord ended up being a turning point in the life of pro-life advocate Kelly Lester. From being molested as a child to being raped as a teen, Kelly’s past hurts led to a life of several abortions, drug dealing, eating disorders, homosexuality, pornography, and prostitution.

But we all know that God has a way of taking broken pieces and turning them into something absolutely beautiful. Today, on Women for America, Kelly joins us to share her story.

On this episode of Women for America, members of the Young Women for America team, Julia Campbell and Morgan Schlesselman sit down for a fruitful conversation on what it looks like to embrace Biblical femininity, purity, dating, and more in a culture that seeks to destroy God’s design for gender.

Concerned Women for America (CWA) CEO and President Penny Nance sits down with CWA Legislative Strategist Maggie McKneely to reflect on a recent Irish dance competition she participated in where a young boy was crowned first in the Girls Under-14 division. Young Women for America Ambassador and NCAA athlete Macy Petty joins the conversation to provide her take and to update our audience on the work she has been doing to urge the NCAA to protect women.