Senator Shane Massey was first elected to the South Carolina Senate in 2007 and now serves as that body’s Majority Leader. Learn how his sincere faith guides his decision-making on this episode of Faith Conversations.
For several terms, Alan Wilson has served as South Carolina’s Attorney General. In that position, Wilson has defended religious freedom and South Carolina families. He also has a strong faith in God, which you will hear about on this episode of Faith Conversations.
Chris Singleton has an incredible Christian testimony. “Love is greater than hate.” Those were Chris’ words when he decided to forgive the man who murdered his mother during the Mother Emanuel shooting.
“God dreams a bigger dream for me than I can dream for myself.” On this episode of Faith Conversations, South Carolina Lt. Governor Pamela Evette shares her journey to faith and public service.
Pastor Joey Deese was one of the first members of Palmetto Family’s Nehemiah Network, and has proven himself to be one of the most engaged and valuable members of the pastor coalition.
After a successful 31-year career in technical and management positions, Representative Davis was elected in 2016 to serve district 100 in Berkeley County. Get to know Representative Davis on this episode of Faith Conversations.
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Kim Williams was the women’s volleyball head coach at the University of South Carolina from 1993-2005 and finished as the winningest volleyball coach in school history. Now, she works at Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Learn about her amazing journey and the mission of FCA.
After spending the last seven years in the South Carolina House of Representatives, Joshua Putnam will serve as Palmetto Family’s new President. Learn more about his faith and what he has planned for Palmetto Family and South Carolina.
Representative Jay Jordan discusses how he came to faith and how every conversion, dramatic or not, is special. Plus, learn what Representative Jordan thinks of the spiritual condition of the South Carolina Statehouse. It’s all here on this episode of Faith Conversations.
Since being elected in 2007, Representative Shannon Erickson has expressed and lived out her values which are that “family comes first. Integrity matters. Justice should prevail. Service above self. Honesty is a given. Humility is a gift.”
Having been elected in 2016, Representative John McCravy has already established himself as a strong defender of family values for South Carolina. Learn about his heartfelt faith and why he created the South Carolina Family Caucus on this episode of Faith Conversations.
Adrian Despres served as the University of South Carolina football team chaplain for 15 years under coaches Lou Holtz and Steve Spurrier. Hear some of his amazing stories and learn about his vibrant faith on this episode of Faith Conversations.
Pastor Mark Burns founded The Harvest Praise & Worship Center, a multicultural, non-denominational church in Easley, South Carolina. He is also the CEO of The NOW Television Network, a Christian television network based out of South Carolina. Learn about his faith here.
Representative Lin Bennett is a lifelong Conservative, proven businesswoman and dedicated mother and grandmother. Lin has devoted her life to her family, and to promoting and advancing Conservative values for the people of South Carolina.
Dr. Carl Broggi has pastored Community Bible Church – one of the largest churches in South Carolina – for 28 years. His church has forever changed Beaufort through their ministries, and thousands more have been impacted through Dr. Broggi’s radio program. Learn about Dr. Broggi’s faith on this episode of Faith Conversations.
In this episode of Palmetto Family Council’s podcast, Faith Conversations, Erik Corcoran talks to Representative Ralph Norman about his faith and his experiences on Capitol Hill.
Faith Conversations is a new Palmetto Family Council podcast featuring conversations with South Carolina leaders full of everlasting value. Published weekly and hosted by Erik Corcoran, Coalitions Director at Palmetto Family Council.