On The Show Today
Oct 31 2012
Guest Host JD Hayworth!
LIBERTARIAN CANDIDATE GOV. GARY JOHNSON - GaryJohnson2012.com
Governor Johnson, who has been referred to as the ‘most fiscally conservative Governor’ in the country, was the Republican Governor of New Mexico from 1995-2003. A successful businessman before running for office in 1994, he had grown his firm into one of the largest construction companies in New Mexico with over 1,000 employees. Johnson is best known for his veto record, which includes over 750 vetoes during his time in office, more than all other governors combined and his use of the veto pen has since earned him the nickname “Governor Veto.” He cut taxes 14 times while never raising them when he left office, New Mexico was one of only four states in the country with a balanced budget. Term-limited, Johnson retired from public office in 2003. An avid skier, adventurer, and bicyclist, he has reached the highest peak on four of the seven continents, including Mt. Everest.
REV TOM DEMAREE - PentecostWalk.org
Rev.Tom Demaree, Founder/Director of Pentecost Walk, has prayerwalked over 12,000 miles across the length and breadth of the country, bringing God’s message of repentance-in-unity to the body of Christ by coming alongside pastors and leaders as a brother and a friend. To date, these joint-efforts have touched all 50 states, including two national border-to-border prayerwalks and many regional ones, involving thousands of churches. As a speaker and singer/songwriter, Tom brings the word of the Lord in a refreshingly plainspoken manner—a safe haven for the listener, whether conservative or charismatic. By God’s grace and favor alone, Tom's life has been catalytic to many embracing a deeper intimacy with Christ, and through that intimacy, rediscovering the joy of His unity with one other…authentic friendships that bring His harvest! This is reflected in Tom’s “dream” for the broader mission of Pentecost Walk: That together as the body of Christ, we bridge every break within our ranks and humbly bow before God as one people in prayer—that genuine repentance would revive every pulpit and every parish in America—reminding us that the power to be Christ’s witness does not come from the strength of the human spirit, but from the fire of the Holy Spirit. Tom served on staff under Pastor Jack Hayford in the mid-eighties and two subsequent West Coast churches before devoting himself fully to trans-local ministry in the late nineties. A self-described "Roman Bapticostal," he and his wife, Deanna, have three children and one son-in-law (no grandchildren yet), ages 21-27. When not on the road, they make their home in Franklin, Tennessee.