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Phillip Decourcey- Senior Pastor of Calvary Chapel in Anaheim- joins us to talk about his church and his radio ministry (“Know the Truth”), and tells us how his church is reaching the people of Southern California. He also details how his church ministered throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.

Jill Beets is the Vice President of Marketing at Adelante Development Center- a nonprofit organization that helps elderly people and people with disabilities, among others. Today, she talks to us about Adelante’s Diverse IT initiative, which helps train elderly people to use computers and smartphones and engage with modern technology.

In this continuation of the interview we aired from the “SQ@CC” (pronounced “Squak”) podcast, we hear more of Kaiden Ritchie’s story and experiences leaving the Mormon church. We also hear some additional thoughts from Kaiden, as well as “SQ@CC” hosts Brian Nixon and Luke Betzner, about ministering to Mormon people and helping them to recognize the differences between Mormonism and Orthodox Christianity.

Shelly Repp of “New Mexico Dream Center” joins us to raise awareness about issues related to human trafficking and victimization and the work that New Mexico Dream Center does to help victims. She also informs us about a march event designed to promote community involvement in the work that “New Mexico Dream Center” is doing.

On this special airing of an episode from Calvary College’s podcast (known as “SQ@CC,” pronounced “Squak”), hosts Brian Nixon and Luke Betzner interview Kaiden Ritchie (a Pastor at Calvary Church) about his background in the Mormon Church. They discuss what it was like for Kaiden to grow up in the LDS church, his initial exposures to true Christianity, and what apologetic and historical arguments eventually led him to leave the mormon faith and turn to orthodox Christianity.