Gary BurghoffKnown primarily for his role as Corporal Radar O'Reilly on both the motion picture and hit TV series "M*A*S*H", Emmy Award winner Gary Burghoff, talks with Drew about his life as an actor, musician, artist and naturalist. Rubbing shoulders with the likes of Fred Astaire, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr. and Don Knotts, Gary's life as an actor unfortunately also took quite a toll on his family life. Join us for this rare and very candid interview with a humble servant of Christ.
Gary Burghoff Part 2Gary talks with Drew about his failed marriages, being a single parent and the spiritual journey, which led him to Jesus Christ. Listen as Gary shares an incredible story of how he, as a young 16-year old boy, crossed paths with soon to be President John F. Kennedy, which may have made a permanent impact on both of them.
Ashley LewisAt the age of 16, Ashley suddenly lost her mother from Leukemia. One week her mom was feeling fine, then a few weeks later she was dead. How does a young person survive such a loss? What does this sort of traumatic experience do to someone's spiritual life?
Has your spouse chosen a different spiritual path than you?What impact has that had on the marriage or on raising the children? What advice would you give someone who may be considering marrying another who has chosen to not follow Christ?
Will you boycott Famous Players Theatres because they are showing a pre-film add promoting same sex marriage, paid for by the President of Famous Players Media?Drew speaks with the gentleman who purchased the add, Salah Bachir, (well known Toronto philanthropist, especially within the gay community) about the recent call for a boycott by various Christian groups and his organisations refusal to put a similar add up in favour of the traditional definition of marriage.
Since our interview, Famous Players Theatres has stopped playing the add saying, "We do not want to be seen as having been strong-armed by anyone to cancel the ad. However, it is clear that the issue is far too political and as a result we have determined not only to stop running this particular ad, but any future political advertising.
Thank you to Mr. Bachir who was very gracious in granting us this interview.