Airdate: June 30th 2020
No Color, Just Connection: Ground Zero Unity Rally
The media won't show you this, George Floyd’s murder has awaken a Unity Revival in Minneapolis.
Airdate: June 2nd 2020
The Book That Reveals The Mystery
Mondo brings a special message on this episode of the Mondo Show.
Airdate: May 12th 2020
Your Voice is Being Silenced: The War Against Religious Freedoms
Mondo discusses the war of words we're living in on this episode of the Mondo Show.
Airdate: May 5th 2020
Am I my brothers Keeper
Jim Bakker being unfairly attacked with special guest Dr Steve Greene.
Airdate: March 31st 2020
5 Lessons On Social Distancing From The 1918 Spanish Flu Pandemic
One of the key lessons: It’s important not to give up too early. Over the past few days, government officials have suggested pulling back social distancing efforts. But in the city after the city during the 1918 flu pandemic, giving up on such measures early consistently caused flu cases and deaths to rise again. Back in 1918, a strain of influenza — colloquially called the “Spanish flu” — caused the worst pandemic in centuries, killing as many as 100 million people. In the US, about 675,000 people died. social distancing efforts helped slow the spread of the 1918 flu and reduce the mortality rate overall. Here’s what we can learn from the social distancing experience of the 1918 flu pandemic 5 Lessons On Social Distancing From The 1918 Spanish Flu Pandemic 1) Early, sustained, layered action saved lives 2) Cities that eased restrictions early saw a spike in cases 3) Seeing the effects of outbreaks drove people to serious action 4) We need serious leadership to help guide us through all of this 5) We’re in a much better place to handle a pandemic than we were 100 years ago
Airdate: March 24th 2020
Is The CDC downplaying The Health Crisis in America
Mondo welcomes special guest Gary Heavin on this episode of The Mondo Show.
Airdate: March 17th 2020
Seeds of Defilement
Mondo welcomes special guest Theodore Dones on this episode of The Mondo Show
Airdate: March 10th 2020
The Origins of Mental Illness/Mental Health “What does the Bible say about Mental Illness?”
Neurosurgeon, Dr. Avery Jackson, sits down with The Mondo Show to talk about the Origins of Mental Illness/Mental Health and help answer the question, “What does the Bible say about Mental Illness?”
Airdate: March 3rd 2020
Platinum Faith: Live Brilliant, Be Resilient and Know Your Worth
Author Michelle Medlock Adams sits down with The Mondo Show to talk about her new book "Platinum Faith: Live Brilliant, Be Resilient and Know Your Worth." In the interview, she talks about how to embrace our true worth and cultivate a deeper faith in God. She also reveals how journalism is changing America’s culture.