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James Lankford

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Senator James Lankford on the battle for Hyde, Court action on Texas law, civics and compassion

Life, Liberty, and Law

Abortion history in American law and policy is a dark chapter in American history. Some have accepted a culture of abortion as the new popular norm, but Americans United for Life, partners like you, and many bold elected officials are not giving up. With Texas abortion law procedures on the Supreme Court’s docket and Dobbs on the horizon, it is time for individuals and states to prepare our responses to the overturn of Roe v. Wade. It takes boldness to remain pro-life in Washington, DC today. This season we’ve been analyzing the discussions happening in all three branches of government, and today we have a special guest who is on the frontlines. We are joined by Senator James Lankford, who has represented the people of Oklahoma since 2011 and uses his position to advance a culture of life. He believes in an America where people of all ages are embraced and is working daily to defend the human right to life. Visit us at https://aul.org/ today!Twitter: @SenatorLankfordWebsite: https://www.lankford.senate.gov/

34mins

1 Nov 2021

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S2E105 - U.S. Senator James Lankford and Dr. Randall Bell

Good Questions...with Cameron Dole

In this episode, we visit with U.S. Senator James Lankford (R-OK) and socio-economist Dr. Randall Bell. Senator Lankford shares a visit while travelling through the state of Oklahoma. We talk about several of the latest topics of local and national interest. Senator Lankford tells us about the latest on the border crisis, plus recent election bills, and more. For more information, please visit www.Lankford.senate.gov Socio-economist Dr. Randall Bell stops back by for a bit more in depth analysis of his book "Post-Traumatic Thriving: The Art, Science & Stories of Resilience". We also talk about how the principles mentioned therein can make a difference in work, home, and recreational settings. For more information on his works, visit www.DrBell.com You can help support this podcast with a donation at www.BuyMeACoffee.com/GQwithCam Check out our latest merch items in the  Shop--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/camerondole/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/camerondole/support

34mins

7 Jul 2021

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Special Guest: James Lankford - John 7:37-44 - Standalone Messages

Trinity Baptist Church OK Sermons

Message from James Lankford on July 4, 2021

4 Jul 2021

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U.S. Senator James Lankford on the Biden COVID Bill, Importance of Non-Profits and Daylight Savings

Broken Potholes

U.S. Senator James Lankford joins Sam Stone and Chuck Warren on this episode of Broken Potholes. Senator James Lankford serves Oklahomans. He served four years in the US House of Representatives for central Oklahoma, until he was overwhelmingly elected to the US Senate in 2014. Before his service in Congress, Senator Lankford served students and families for more than 20 years in ministry, including 15 years as the Director of Student Ministry for the Baptist Convention of Oklahoma and Director of the Falls Creek Youth Camp, the largest youth camp in the United States, with more than 51,000 individuals attending each summer.Senator Lankford and his staff enjoy serving people from all backgrounds across Oklahoma. As chairman of the Regulatory Affairs and Federal Management Subcommittee, which covers federal spending, regulatory reform, and the federal workforce, he demands we have a more fiscally responsible and transparent federal government, and our nation remains the world leader. He believes that the federal government has an important role in our nation, but empowered families, individual people, and private businesses grow our economy and pass down our values. Subscribe at brokenpotholes.substack.com

44mins

17 Mar 2021

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BONUS: S1E5 - Sen. James Lankford | Faith, Big Tech & Bridging the Gap in National Divides

Bold Love Podcast

BONUS EPISODE – On this special episode, we have the honor of speaking with Sen James Lankford from Oklahoma. Sen Lankford has a phenomenal and uncommon story of how he went from youth pastor to politician and we ask him about civility in our nation, the negative impact of social media on our nation, and the many divides including race, politics, refugees and faith relations & how we can push toward coming together more as a nation. Lankford served four years in the US House of Representatives for central Oklahoma, until he was elected to the US Senate in 2014. Before his service in Congress, Sen Lankford served students and families for more than 20 years in ministry, including 15 years as the Director of Student Ministry for the Baptist Convention of Oklahoma and Director of the Falls Creek, the largest youth camp in the United States.We have a variety of people on our podcast who believe differently and think differently but all with a focus on bridge-building and peacemaking. Clearly, Senator Lankford is a Republican, and it is a tense time in the nation right now. We encourage you, regardless of your faith, job, political party, or background to keep listening. This podcast is an opportunity for us to focus on what binds us together, not what separates us. As we’ve always said, we want to facilitate conversations and tell stories that will encourage you the listener to live out your faith boldly, how to better love your neighbor, and learn how to relate to others despite your differences without compromising your faith.

34mins

29 Oct 2020

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S2E616: October 26: Hour 2 - Economist Neil Grossman & Sen. James Lankford

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

Economist Neil Grossman talks the current state of the nation's economy, and Sen. James Lankford discusses SCOTUS nominee Amy Coney Barrett.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

37mins

26 Oct 2020

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James Lankford, Steve Scalise

Washington Watch

On this special "Faith & Freedom" edition of Washington Watch, we feature Sen. James Lankford, U.S. Senator from Oklahoma, and Rep. Steve Scalise, House Minority Whip and U.S. Representative for the 1st district of Louisiana. Senator Lankford shares how his faith and background in pastoral ministry has driven him to advocate for religious liberties and biblical values to be upheld in America. Whip Scalise shares his story of how the Lord worked a miracle after he was shot while practicing for the 2017 Congressional Baseball Game. He discusses how this trying time was a faith-building experience as he witnessed the power of prayer.

54mins

23 Oct 2020

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Special Guest: James Lankford - 2 Corinthians 5:16-20 and Ephesians 4:22-24 - Standalone Messages

Trinity Baptist Church OK Sermons

Message from James Lankford on July 5, 2020

5 Jul 2020

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36: James Lankford on the State of Lincoln's Party and Matt Bai on the Truth about Trumpism

Politics War Room with James Carville & Al Hunt

The prevailing belief of the day may be that the Republican Party has sold its soul to the devil and a Democratic victory in November is America's only hope for salvation. But Oklahoma Senator James Lankford begs to differ, asserting that his colleagues in Congress have made efforts to ensure rule of law and equality for all, including introducing police reform and voting protection measures. At the same time, journalist Matt Bai ("All The Truth Is Out: The Week Politics Went Tabloid") argues that by valuing urbanity over all else, the Democrats loosen their connection to some of the most important voters in the country, allowing Trumpism to take hold.

1hr 2mins

2 Jul 2020

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Oklahoma Senator James Lankford discusses misconceptions about the Republican Party, Police Reform, and Racial Reconciliation

Politically Entertaining

Oklahoma Senator James Lankford joins Politically Entertaining to discuss police reform legislation, the role of the church in racial reconciliation, and the stereotypes that plague the Republican party among black voters.

28mins

1 Jul 2020

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