Pastor: Ukrainians Just Focused On Making It One More Day
Sara is joined by Pastor Andrew Moroz of the Gospel Community Church in Lynchburg, Virginia, to discuss the suffering of the Ukrainian people. Pastor Moroz was born there during the days of the Soviet Union. He came to the U.S. as a child but still has family and friends in Ukraine – some of whom have fled for neighboring countries. In their conversation, Moroz tells Sara about the day-to-day stress his loved ones are facing. the incessant lies of the Russian government, and how to process the horrors of this war through a biblical lens.
Sara also cheers on Texas Rep. Chip Roy for calling out both parties for spending more money on the Border Patrol and ICE but not demanding any policy changes from President Biden. And she provides insight as to why Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates are not taking calls from President Biden as he begs them for more oil production.
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Sara Carter: What I Learned as a Female Journalist In Afghanistan
Sara, a fearless journalist, has reported from some of the most challenging regions on our planet. From cartel-dominated areas along the border to war-torn landscapes in Iraq and Afghanistan, she has repeatedly placed herself in harm’s way to ensure that the truth reaches you. However, the realm of war reporting is predominantly dominated by men. So, what does it truly mean to be a woman in this world?
Embark on a captivating journey as Sara explores various facets of being a female war reporter. Through gripping narratives filled with tension, uncertainty, and even humor, she shares captivating anecdotes from her time in the theater of war. Sara sheds light on the distinct treatment women journalists receive, particularly within Muslim cultures, where their experiences differ significantly from both men and women. Yet, she also reveals how her gender provides her with a unique opportunity to engage with women and children in ways that male reporters simply cannot.
In addition to delving into the inherent perils associated with being a war correspondent, Sara illuminates how being a woman grants her a distinct perspective while covering these conflicts. Join us for this intimate exploration of Sara’s finest reporting, offering a personal glimpse into her extraordinary experiences.
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