Abortion in Black America — The Parker J Cole Show


parker-j-cole-bannerIt’s the elephant in the room. Abortion affects the lives of millions. In Black America it is a statistical fact that 20 million lives of black children have been lost to abortion. As the battle for the scantity of life and personhood wages, I want to use this show to address the elephant in the room with my two distinguished guests.


melissapellewMelissa Pellew is a full-time missionary and community apologist with Ratio Christi serving as Co-Chapter Director, with her husband Devin. She has been involved in pro-life activism since 2006–sidewalk counseling at abortion clinics, mentoring expectant mothers and fathers, speaking on pro-life apologetics and conducting trainings at churches, conferences, youth groups and the college campus. As former campaign leader for 40 Days for Life- Charlotte, she oganized a multi-church/multi-denominational presence at abortion clinics and community outreach. Melissa serves on the Board of Directors of The Life House maternity home, a pro-life ministry that offers free housing, life skills training, discipleship and mentoring to girls and women facing an unplanned crisis pregnancy.

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Tonight on the Write Stuff–Ayiti with Vacirca Vaughn



Dr. Ayiti Jean-Pierre is determined to travel back to the homeland that is her namesake, Ayiti–or “Haiti,” as it is known in English. When she was seven-years-old, Ayiti and her family were forced to flee the beautiful island to escape the political turmoil and poverty that was beginning to bring misery to the Haitian people.

She moves back to Haiti to provide volunteer medical services with a Christian Medical Missionary Group. Ayiti meets an English missionary, Pastor Jude Patterson.  Pastor Jude falls in love with her. Immediately, he pursues her, but Ayiti cannot get over the fact that he is white, seven years younger, and of a completely different cultural background.

Battling issues regarding race, spiritual beliefs, and age differences, the relationship between Ayiti and Jude is tested to the limits. Will Ayiti put aside her preconceptions and bitterness to give Jude a chance? Will she come to learn the truth about her spiritual beliefs and accept Jesus? Will Jude win Ayiti’s heart?

Join as I chat with Vacirca Vaughn and book 1 of her epic Christian multicultural romance. You can call in at 646-668-8485 and press 1 to be live on air. Or, download Stitcher on your mobile device. Follow us on iTunes. Or, click on the link here: http://tobtr.com/11414381.

Rise of the Skin-Hungry–The Parker J. Cole Show


Hugs make the world go around. I’ll be the first to admit that. When a master storyteller recently shared a fascinating article about people who are “skin-hungry”. That means, those who lack the personal, intimate touch of another human being. It is not a sexual thing as much as an interpersonal connection. The article discussed how some criminals were affected psychologically by the lack of human touch when placed in solitary confinement.

We would go further and look back to Genesis 2:18 “And the Lord God said, It is not good that the man should be alone; I will make him an help meet for him.”

However, as this article postulates, people are becoming less and less interconnected. Human touch, connectivity is an essential part of being human. We need each other.  As the article states in it’s introduction: “As we live in an increasingly technology-focussed, socially disconnected world, we’re touching each other much less than before. But what does an absence of touch do to a person?”

Is it solely due to our dependence on technology that has caused this trend? Is it more? Join me for our continuing series with RD Palmer and I. You can call in at 929-477-1965 and press 1 to be live on air. Or, click on the link here: http://tobtr.com/s/11419743

Tonight on the Write Stuff–Orphan Dreamer and the Glass Tatoo with J. Nell Brown



Daniela Rose, a preteen modern-day Indiana Jones, must come to terms with her destiny, avoid getting committed to the psychiatric ward, endure nightmares about a mysterious boy, deal with the mean girls at school, and save the world by hunting through the past to uncover clues hidden before the dawn of time.

Easy, right?

After her thirteenth birthday, Daniela must juggle school, caring for a sick father and solving an ancient puzzle that will protect her friends—and enemies—from a dark, biblical-sized force that seeks to eradicate humans from Earth.

Will Daniela give up and stop fighting for the kindred spirit her heart is destined for—leaving him unprotected and doomed to certain death—or will she rise to the challenge and meet her destiny head-on.

If you knew your ending, how would you have lived your beginning?

Join me as I chat with J. Nell Brown and her new book! You can call in at 646-668-8485 and press 1 to be live on air. Or, download Stitcher on your mobile device. Follow us on iTunes. Or, click on the link here:  http://tobtr.com/11412731.

Tonight on the Write Stuff–Six Years of Write Stuff Freedom Celebration


In a couple of days, we’ll be celebrating the 4th of July which heralds the anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. The powerful words of this historical document, we hear the words of freedom, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

When I first started this show six years ago, I wanted to give Christian authors a platform for them to be able to tell the world about their books. Over the years I’ve had the honor of showcasing all sorts of books, from Christian authors from all over the planet. Imagination abound. Messages of faith inspire. Tales of coming from the dark into the marvelous light have made their way through these years.

Join me as we look back over the last six years with my returning guest co-host and contributor, Rachel Rossano. We’d love to hear from you! Call in at 646-668-8485, and press 1 to be live on air. Or, download Stitcher on your mobile device. Follow us on iTunes. Or, click on the link here: http://tobtr.com/s/11405839.

Tonight on the Write Stuff –Dragon’s Fire with Tiger Hebert


After thousands of years, Slayvin, a corrupted, soul-devouring black dragon has finally escaped imprisonment. The war for souls has begun.

As the flames of the Black Dragon’s War are fanned, Orcs, Dwarves, Elves, Humans, and more are left with a choice; forge unlikely alliances, or forfeit their souls.

In either case, the future is grim. It is a future of war. Axes are sharpened, bows are strung, and cryptic prophecies are examined for the one thing that is all but lost–hope.

Join me as I chat with Tiger Hebert and his book! You can call in at 646-668-8485 and press 1 to be live on air. Or, download Stitcher on your mobile device. Follow us on iTunes. Or, click on the link here: http://tobtr.com/s/11389247.

tigerI am a firm believer that the Light shines brightest in the darkness. That’s not only WHAT I write, but also WHY I write.

I love to explore humanity through fantasy, because it allows us to take ordinary people (and orcs) through impossible situations and see what or who comes out the other side. It is often that through trials and tribulations that we get to see the most honest version of not only our charters, but ourselves. It is through this lens that we can discover truths. That is why I write dark, epic fantasy that dares to hope.

I am a Christian, husband, father of three young children, and a veteran. I have a BA in Communications. I was born and raised in Maine, and currently live in North Carolina. I love spending time in nature, and I especially enjoy hiking and swimming. When I’m not busy writing or chasing after my wife and kids, you can usually find me sneaking away for some quiet time with a good book. Some of the authors that inspire my writing are JRR Tolkien, CS Lewis, Brandon Sanderson, Steven Erikson, and Patrick Rothfuss.

Behind the Veil: Exposing the Evil of Domestic Oppression — The Parker J Cole Show


Domestic oppression…what is that? Did you know that domestic oppression is the seedbed for every other form of abuse that takes place within families and churches? And did you know that the quantity of people who suffer under domestic oppression within the church is staggering in its pervasiveness?In Behind the Veil: Exposing the Evil of Domestic Oppression and Providing Hope, pastor and biblical counselor Warren Lamb pulls back the veil on an evil that has been too long misunderstood and overlooked in Christian circles.I

Join me as I talk with Pastor Lamb about how to:
:•Identify domestic oppression and its sufferers among us;•Become rescuers comforters of the oppressed

;•Confront and, where possible, call to account those who oppress their families;

•Provide oppression-free churches for God’s children to thrive in;

•Become the safe haven for the oppressed and exploited that Christ intends for it to be.It is high time we effectively partner with Jesus Christ to “proclaim release to the captives…and to set free those who are oppressed.” (Luke 4:18b)

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A “recovered psychologist,” Warren Lamb has been serving as a pastor, Bible teacher, Biblical counselor, and theology professor for over 30 years.

Experienced in counseling a broad spectrum of troubles, he specializes with survivors of trauma and abuse, abandonment and neglect, domestic oppression and violence, kidnapping and sex-trafficking, and kidnapping.

He also works extensively with the sexually broken, including those struggling with unwanted same-sex attraction. He provides specialized training for churches, including shepherding churches through the aftermath of a leader’s moral failure.

A frequent keynote and workshop presenter at conferences, Warren serves as director of the International Association of Biblical Counselors Training Center at Vancouver Bible Institute in Vancouver, WA. He also serves as director and Lead Counselor at Truth in Love Biblical Counseling Center, and as Lead Teaching Elder at Truth in Love Fellowship.

He and his wife Connie relocated to Orange County, CA, in 2017, so he now personally ministers in both Washington and in California. The current goal is to establish an IABC Training Center in Orange County.