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Welcome to The Jacob Kersey Program. Jacob Kersey is Christian, conservative podcaster. At the end of 2016, he recorded his commentary on current issues and sent it to friends. After hearing positive feedback, he turned it into a podcast!The podcast is dedicated to spreading Christian conservative talk.'live truth, speak truth'

Latest Episodes

8/20/2020: Importance of History: The Key To Understanding the Past. (with Aaron Bradford)

This is part 2 of a two-part discussion on the importance of history.‘Importance of History: The Key To Understanding the Past. (with Aaron Bradford)’In this episode, Jacob Kersey and Aaron Bradford discuss the importance of history and answer questions like:•"How can we best understand the decision making process of those who came before us?""How may we effectively study history?""How do you measure history?""What are the benefits of a proper understanding of history?"Aaron Bradford discovered a passion for history as a young child when he learned that he was a direct 14th generation descendant of Plimoth Plantation Governor William Bradford. A strong personal connection with the past had a profound impact! For the past 23 years, Aaron shared a love and passion for history from the Era of Jamestown through the American Civil War. He served individually and with several living history units and historic sites, including Hagley Museum, Fort Delaware, Greenbank Mill, Fort McHenry, and interned for the Providence Forum. In 2001, Aaron earned the Delaware Youth Volunteer Award and began Hagley’s oldest running youth volunteer program. Aaron and his father David portrayed Governor William Bradford on numerous occasions, including at Bible Fellowship Church in Newark and the Arsenal Restaurant in New Castle. Aaron served as Education Chair and Social Media Assistant with the Delaware Mayflower Society. After earning a degree for History Education at the University of Delaware, Aaron served at Pamplin Historical Park outside of Petersburg, Virginia. Aaron served in a number of historical films. He now serves as Interpretive Supervisor for the Coastal Heritage Society of Savannah, Georgia. He primarily serves at Old Fort Jackson along with delivering additional presentations. He is a grateful husband and proud father of three strapping lads.realjacobkersey@gmail.com@realjacobkersey

39 minAUG 21
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8/20/2020: Importance of History: The Key To Understanding the Past. (with Aaron Bradford)

8/13/2020: Importance of History: What to do with history? (with Aaron Bradford)

This is part 1 of a two-part discussion on the importance of history.‘Importance of History: What to do with history?,In this episode, Jacob Kersey and Aaron Bradford discuss the importance of history and answer questions like ‘What do we do with history?’, ‘Why study history?’, and ‘Why do we seem so indifferent to the lessons of the past?’.Aaron Bradford discovered a passion for history as a young child when he learned that he was a direct 14th generation descendant of Plimoth Plantation Governor William Bradford. A strong personal connection with the past had a profound impact! For the past 23 years, Aaron shared a love and passion for history from the Era of Jamestown through the American Civil War. He served individually and with several living history units and historic sites, including Hagley Museum, Fort Delaware, Greenbank Mill, Fort McHenry, and interned for the Providence Forum. In 2001, Aaron earned the Delaware Youth Volunteer Award and began Hagley’s oldest running youth volunteer program. Aaron and his father David portrayed Governor William Bradford on numerous occasions, including at Bible Fellowship Church in Newark and the Arsenal Restaurant in New Castle. Aaron served as Education Chair and Social Media Assistant with the Delaware Mayflower Society. After earning a degree for History Education at the University of Delaware, Aaron served at Pamplin Historical Park outside of Petersburg, Virginia. Aaron served in a number of historical films. He now serves as Interpretive Supervisor for the Coastal Heritage Society of Savannah, Georgia. He primarily serves at Old Fort Jackson along with delivering additional presentations. He is a grateful husband and proud father of three strapping lads.realjacobkersey@gmail.com@realjacobkersey

44 minAUG 13
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8/13/2020: Importance of History: What to do with history? (with Aaron Bradford)

8/6/2020: Can I be a homosexual and a Christian? (with Dr. Michael Brown)

In this episode Dr. Michael Brown and Jacob Kersey discuss whether or not one can be a homosexual and a Christian.He is the founder and president of FIRE School of Ministry in Concord, North Carolina, Director of the Coalition of Conscience, and host of the daily, nationally, syndicated talk radio show, the Line of Fire, as well as the host of the apologetics TV show, “Answering Your Toughest Questions,” which airs on the NRB TV network. He became a believer in Jesus 1971 as a sixteen year-old, heroin-shooting, LSD-using Jewish rock drummer. Since then, he has preached throughout America and around the world, bringing a message of repentance, revival, reformation, and cultural revolution.He holds a Ph.D. in Near Eastern Languages and Literatures from New York University and has served as a visiting or adjunct professor at Southern Evangelical Seminary, Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary (Charlotte), Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Fuller Theological Seminary, Denver Theologi...

38 minAUG 7
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8/6/2020: Can I be a homosexual and a Christian? (with Dr. Michael Brown)

7/23/2020: America benefits from International Students (with Daniel Di Martino)

There are many things COVID-19 has dramatically changed. One of these is education. The upcoming academic year is facing the possibility of dramatic change. Students aren’t certain whether they will be attending school in-person or endure another round of online schooling. One group of students that especially has been concerned are international students. A now rescinded ICE rule change would have forced international students to either transition to a school that was offering in person classes or self-deport. In this episode, Daniel Di Martino joins Jacob Kersey to respond to the recently rescinded rule change, explain how America benefits from international students, and discuss his view of what a conservative approach to immigration would be.Daniel Di Martino is a Venezuelan freedom activist, economist, speaker, commentator, and writer. He was born and raised in Venezuela where he experienced the terrible consequences of socialism firsthand. He has appeared dozens of times on n...

37 minJUL 23
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7/23/2020: America benefits from International Students (with Daniel Di Martino)

7/15/2020: The Sin of Racism and its Cure (with Dr. Frank Turek)

2020 has presented many challenges. One major issue we are facing once again is the issue of addressing racism. Our nation was plunged into another national discussion about racism as a result of the death of George Floyd after a Minneapolis police officer knelt on his neck for several minutes. For many this is a topic that brings much emotion. Thus, it can be a difficult conversation but it is an important conversation to have.On this episode, Dr. Frank Turek joins Jacob Kersey to address the sin of racism and its cure. Frank Turek, Ph.D, is a Christian apologist, speaker, and author/coauthor of four books:Stealing from God:Why Atheists Need God to make their Case,I Don’t Have Enough Faith to be an Atheist,Correct, Not Politically CorrectandLegislating Morality.Additionally, he is the President of Cross Examined. Learn more at CrossExamined.orgListen to his podcast here: https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9jcm9zc2V4YW1pbmVkLm9yZy9mZWVkL3BvZGNhc3Qv&ep=14

30 minJUL 16
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7/15/2020: The Sin of Racism and its Cure (with Dr. Frank Turek)

7/2/2020: Daniel Gade on his Senate race in Virginia.

On this episode, Jacob Kersey interviews retired Army Lieutenant Colonel Daniel Gade who is challenging incumbent Mark Warner for his U.S. Senate in Virginia.Bio: Daniel Gade is a retired U.S. Army lieutenant colonel, professor, and public policy leader running to serve the Commonwealth of Virginia in the U.S. Senate.During more than 20 years of military service, he was awarded the Legion of Merit, Bronze Star, and two Purple Hearts. Daniel graduated from West Point in 1997 and served in multiple locations in the United States and Korea.In 2004, his unit deployed to Iraq for Operation Iraqi Freedom. He led his unit of 150 soldiers on many combat missions, was wounded by enemy fire twice, and was decorated for valor. His second combat wounding caused his entire right leg to be amputated, and he spent the next year in the hospital, enduring more than 40 surgeries.His new, serious disability was life-changing, but he decided to thrive. A year to the day after his injuries, he started h...

26 minJUL 3
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7/2/2020: Daniel Gade on his Senate race in Virginia.

6/2/2020: A Response to Racism and Riots.

In this episode, Jacob Kersey addresses the issue of racism and the injustice of riots.Dr. Martin Luther King's speech: https://www.crmvet.org/docs/otheram.htmOur sponsor for this episode is my friend and fellow patriot, Mr. Free. He believes in personal Freedom, Constitutional values, and is doing everything he can to help Republicans and President Trump win this election year. Check out his music and patriotic apparel at MrFree.Shop. Live what you believe. Wear what you think. https://mrfree.shop/The Jacob Kersey Program.'live truth, speak truth'@realjacobkersey

63 minJUN 3
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6/2/2020: A Response to Racism and Riots.

5/28/2020: Minneapolis, Protests or Riots? (with Brian Bledsoe)

In this episode, Brian Bledsoe joins Jacob Kersey to talk about the death of George Floyd, Minneapolis Riots, and Joe Biden's most recent fiasco.After years of living in total indifference to world of politics, repenting and believing in Jesus Christ in 2007 radically changed Brian Bledsoe's outlook on life. In 2008 Brian came to revelation that the principles of the Democratic party did not coincide with biblical principles. Since then he's been involved politically whether it's volunteering in various conservative organizations like Heritage Action and TEA Party groups to serving as a national delegate at the 2016 Republican Convention. He has been a contributor at Politichicks.com and now host a podcast called TrendChat where he talks aboutwhat's trending whether in politics, entertainment, culture and gives a unique perspective from a Christian conservative point of view.Our sponsor for this episode is my friend and fellow patriot, Mr. Free. He believes in personal Freedom, Cons...

41 minMAY 29
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5/28/2020: Minneapolis, Protests or Riots? (with Brian Bledsoe)

5/26/2020: “If we should give them up...”

Our sponsor for this episode is my friend and fellow patriot, Mr. Free. He believes in personal Freedom, Constitutional values, and is doing everything he can to help Republicans and President Trump win this election year. Check out his music and patriotic apparel at MrFree.Shop. Live what you believe. Wear what you think. https://mrfree.shop/Ronald Reagan, A Time For Choosing: https://youtu.be/qXBswFfh6AY

39 minMAY 27
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5/26/2020: “If we should give them up...”

4/27/2020: Governors and COVID-19 (with Governor Scott Walker)

In this episode, former Governor of Wisconsin Scott Walker joins Jacob Kersey to respond to what Governors across the U.S. are doing to combat Covid-19.Go to www.scottwalker.com to connect with him and make sure you check out his podcast “You Can’t Recall Courage” wherever you get your podcast.https://anchor.fm/scottwalker

38 minAPR 28
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4/27/2020: Governors and COVID-19 (with Governor Scott Walker)

Latest Episodes

8/20/2020: Importance of History: The Key To Understanding the Past. (with Aaron Bradford)

This is part 2 of a two-part discussion on the importance of history.‘Importance of History: The Key To Understanding the Past. (with Aaron Bradford)’In this episode, Jacob Kersey and Aaron Bradford discuss the importance of history and answer questions like:•"How can we best understand the decision making process of those who came before us?""How may we effectively study history?""How do you measure history?""What are the benefits of a proper understanding of history?"Aaron Bradford discovered a passion for history as a young child when he learned that he was a direct 14th generation descendant of Plimoth Plantation Governor William Bradford. A strong personal connection with the past had a profound impact! For the past 23 years, Aaron shared a love and passion for history from the Era of Jamestown through the American Civil War. He served individually and with several living history units and historic sites, including Hagley Museum, Fort Delaware, Greenbank Mill, Fort McHenry, and interned for the Providence Forum. In 2001, Aaron earned the Delaware Youth Volunteer Award and began Hagley’s oldest running youth volunteer program. Aaron and his father David portrayed Governor William Bradford on numerous occasions, including at Bible Fellowship Church in Newark and the Arsenal Restaurant in New Castle. Aaron served as Education Chair and Social Media Assistant with the Delaware Mayflower Society. After earning a degree for History Education at the University of Delaware, Aaron served at Pamplin Historical Park outside of Petersburg, Virginia. Aaron served in a number of historical films. He now serves as Interpretive Supervisor for the Coastal Heritage Society of Savannah, Georgia. He primarily serves at Old Fort Jackson along with delivering additional presentations. He is a grateful husband and proud father of three strapping lads.realjacobkersey@gmail.com@realjacobkersey

39 minAUG 21
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8/20/2020: Importance of History: The Key To Understanding the Past. (with Aaron Bradford)

8/13/2020: Importance of History: What to do with history? (with Aaron Bradford)

This is part 1 of a two-part discussion on the importance of history.‘Importance of History: What to do with history?,In this episode, Jacob Kersey and Aaron Bradford discuss the importance of history and answer questions like ‘What do we do with history?’, ‘Why study history?’, and ‘Why do we seem so indifferent to the lessons of the past?’.Aaron Bradford discovered a passion for history as a young child when he learned that he was a direct 14th generation descendant of Plimoth Plantation Governor William Bradford. A strong personal connection with the past had a profound impact! For the past 23 years, Aaron shared a love and passion for history from the Era of Jamestown through the American Civil War. He served individually and with several living history units and historic sites, including Hagley Museum, Fort Delaware, Greenbank Mill, Fort McHenry, and interned for the Providence Forum. In 2001, Aaron earned the Delaware Youth Volunteer Award and began Hagley’s oldest running youth volunteer program. Aaron and his father David portrayed Governor William Bradford on numerous occasions, including at Bible Fellowship Church in Newark and the Arsenal Restaurant in New Castle. Aaron served as Education Chair and Social Media Assistant with the Delaware Mayflower Society. After earning a degree for History Education at the University of Delaware, Aaron served at Pamplin Historical Park outside of Petersburg, Virginia. Aaron served in a number of historical films. He now serves as Interpretive Supervisor for the Coastal Heritage Society of Savannah, Georgia. He primarily serves at Old Fort Jackson along with delivering additional presentations. He is a grateful husband and proud father of three strapping lads.realjacobkersey@gmail.com@realjacobkersey

44 minAUG 13
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8/13/2020: Importance of History: What to do with history? (with Aaron Bradford)

8/6/2020: Can I be a homosexual and a Christian? (with Dr. Michael Brown)

In this episode Dr. Michael Brown and Jacob Kersey discuss whether or not one can be a homosexual and a Christian.He is the founder and president of FIRE School of Ministry in Concord, North Carolina, Director of the Coalition of Conscience, and host of the daily, nationally, syndicated talk radio show, the Line of Fire, as well as the host of the apologetics TV show, “Answering Your Toughest Questions,” which airs on the NRB TV network. He became a believer in Jesus 1971 as a sixteen year-old, heroin-shooting, LSD-using Jewish rock drummer. Since then, he has preached throughout America and around the world, bringing a message of repentance, revival, reformation, and cultural revolution.He holds a Ph.D. in Near Eastern Languages and Literatures from New York University and has served as a visiting or adjunct professor at Southern Evangelical Seminary, Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary (Charlotte), Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Fuller Theological Seminary, Denver Theologi...

38 minAUG 7
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8/6/2020: Can I be a homosexual and a Christian? (with Dr. Michael Brown)

7/23/2020: America benefits from International Students (with Daniel Di Martino)

There are many things COVID-19 has dramatically changed. One of these is education. The upcoming academic year is facing the possibility of dramatic change. Students aren’t certain whether they will be attending school in-person or endure another round of online schooling. One group of students that especially has been concerned are international students. A now rescinded ICE rule change would have forced international students to either transition to a school that was offering in person classes or self-deport. In this episode, Daniel Di Martino joins Jacob Kersey to respond to the recently rescinded rule change, explain how America benefits from international students, and discuss his view of what a conservative approach to immigration would be.Daniel Di Martino is a Venezuelan freedom activist, economist, speaker, commentator, and writer. He was born and raised in Venezuela where he experienced the terrible consequences of socialism firsthand. He has appeared dozens of times on n...

37 minJUL 23
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7/23/2020: America benefits from International Students (with Daniel Di Martino)

7/15/2020: The Sin of Racism and its Cure (with Dr. Frank Turek)

2020 has presented many challenges. One major issue we are facing once again is the issue of addressing racism. Our nation was plunged into another national discussion about racism as a result of the death of George Floyd after a Minneapolis police officer knelt on his neck for several minutes. For many this is a topic that brings much emotion. Thus, it can be a difficult conversation but it is an important conversation to have.On this episode, Dr. Frank Turek joins Jacob Kersey to address the sin of racism and its cure. Frank Turek, Ph.D, is a Christian apologist, speaker, and author/coauthor of four books:Stealing from God:Why Atheists Need God to make their Case,I Don’t Have Enough Faith to be an Atheist,Correct, Not Politically CorrectandLegislating Morality.Additionally, he is the President of Cross Examined. Learn more at CrossExamined.orgListen to his podcast here: https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9jcm9zc2V4YW1pbmVkLm9yZy9mZWVkL3BvZGNhc3Qv&ep=14

30 minJUL 16
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7/15/2020: The Sin of Racism and its Cure (with Dr. Frank Turek)

7/2/2020: Daniel Gade on his Senate race in Virginia.

On this episode, Jacob Kersey interviews retired Army Lieutenant Colonel Daniel Gade who is challenging incumbent Mark Warner for his U.S. Senate in Virginia.Bio: Daniel Gade is a retired U.S. Army lieutenant colonel, professor, and public policy leader running to serve the Commonwealth of Virginia in the U.S. Senate.During more than 20 years of military service, he was awarded the Legion of Merit, Bronze Star, and two Purple Hearts. Daniel graduated from West Point in 1997 and served in multiple locations in the United States and Korea.In 2004, his unit deployed to Iraq for Operation Iraqi Freedom. He led his unit of 150 soldiers on many combat missions, was wounded by enemy fire twice, and was decorated for valor. His second combat wounding caused his entire right leg to be amputated, and he spent the next year in the hospital, enduring more than 40 surgeries.His new, serious disability was life-changing, but he decided to thrive. A year to the day after his injuries, he started h...

26 minJUL 3
Comments
7/2/2020: Daniel Gade on his Senate race in Virginia.

6/2/2020: A Response to Racism and Riots.

In this episode, Jacob Kersey addresses the issue of racism and the injustice of riots.Dr. Martin Luther King's speech: https://www.crmvet.org/docs/otheram.htmOur sponsor for this episode is my friend and fellow patriot, Mr. Free. He believes in personal Freedom, Constitutional values, and is doing everything he can to help Republicans and President Trump win this election year. Check out his music and patriotic apparel at MrFree.Shop. Live what you believe. Wear what you think. https://mrfree.shop/The Jacob Kersey Program.'live truth, speak truth'@realjacobkersey

63 minJUN 3
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6/2/2020: A Response to Racism and Riots.

5/28/2020: Minneapolis, Protests or Riots? (with Brian Bledsoe)

In this episode, Brian Bledsoe joins Jacob Kersey to talk about the death of George Floyd, Minneapolis Riots, and Joe Biden's most recent fiasco.After years of living in total indifference to world of politics, repenting and believing in Jesus Christ in 2007 radically changed Brian Bledsoe's outlook on life. In 2008 Brian came to revelation that the principles of the Democratic party did not coincide with biblical principles. Since then he's been involved politically whether it's volunteering in various conservative organizations like Heritage Action and TEA Party groups to serving as a national delegate at the 2016 Republican Convention. He has been a contributor at Politichicks.com and now host a podcast called TrendChat where he talks aboutwhat's trending whether in politics, entertainment, culture and gives a unique perspective from a Christian conservative point of view.Our sponsor for this episode is my friend and fellow patriot, Mr. Free. He believes in personal Freedom, Cons...

41 minMAY 29
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5/28/2020: Minneapolis, Protests or Riots? (with Brian Bledsoe)

5/26/2020: “If we should give them up...”

Our sponsor for this episode is my friend and fellow patriot, Mr. Free. He believes in personal Freedom, Constitutional values, and is doing everything he can to help Republicans and President Trump win this election year. Check out his music and patriotic apparel at MrFree.Shop. Live what you believe. Wear what you think. https://mrfree.shop/Ronald Reagan, A Time For Choosing: https://youtu.be/qXBswFfh6AY

39 minMAY 27
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5/26/2020: “If we should give them up...”

4/27/2020: Governors and COVID-19 (with Governor Scott Walker)

In this episode, former Governor of Wisconsin Scott Walker joins Jacob Kersey to respond to what Governors across the U.S. are doing to combat Covid-19.Go to www.scottwalker.com to connect with him and make sure you check out his podcast “You Can’t Recall Courage” wherever you get your podcast.https://anchor.fm/scottwalker

38 minAPR 28
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4/27/2020: Governors and COVID-19 (with Governor Scott Walker)
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