It's as odd as a museum exhibit - a highly-productive daughter about the business of the family economy in the 21st century. She's not enslaved to the local business owner. She's not plugging herself into the matrix. She's working in her father's economy and she lives in her father's home. A good many daughters leave home, and abandon the concept of home. They may come home on Christmas, or every other Christmas if they feel like it. But there are still a few daughters who retain the value of family life and home life. Kevin Swanson interviews Sarah Bryant, author of the book "My Father's Daughter." She's twenty years old, she's doing college at home studying theology, and she works in her father's home.
This is the retelling of the most exciting story in all of human history. Something truly remarkable occurred when Jesus Christ rose from the dead and gave His disciples a great commission. The world would never be the same again. Kevin Swanson takes the reader through the 2,000 year worldwide saga of this epochal mission to the world. From Judea to Rome, Ireland, Denmark, China, Japan, Uganda, New Zealand, and to the uttermost parts of the earth, the light of Christ shines into the darkness, transforming every nation throughout the centuries.
Heard in all 50 states and over 60 countries around the world, Generations Radio brings a fast and fresh perspective to issues touching Christian families. From cultural commentary and movie reviews to education and homeschooling, Generations Radio has it every day - all from a distinctively biblical worldview
About Kevin Swanson
Kevin Swanson is the host of Generations Radio and a homeschool father of five children. Homeschooled himself in the 1960's and 1970's, Kevin went on to run for US Senate and has since traveled around the US and world speaking on the family, education, and biblical worldview. As the Director of Generations with Vision, Kevin has a passion for faith, family, and freedom in the 21st Century.