Host:Dr. James Dobson
Guest:Rick Scarborough & Corbin Casteel
With Judeo-Christian values under siege across America, believers must make their voices heard at the polls this November. On this broadcast, Dr. Dobson is joined by two representatives from a new voter mobilization effort called the Jonathan Project. Rick Scarborough and Corbin Casteel discuss their efforts to equip and inform the church, to make God-honoring decisions at the ballot box. Hear why Christians play a pivotal role in the 2020 Election.
Rick Scarborough & Corbin Casteel
Dr. Rick Scarborough is a seasoned Southern Baptist minister, author, speaker and founder of the non-profit organization, Recover America NOW. He pastored at First Baptist Church, Pearland, TX from 1990 to 2002. Since leaving the pulpit, Dr. Scarborough has encouraged pastors to stand on Biblical truth, and to call on their congregations to vote their values at the polls. Since January 2020, Dr. Scarborough has been tasked with representing the Jonathan Project, as the organization's National Pastor Advisor. In that role, he plans to travel or appear via tele-com and speak to as many pastors as possible in battleground states before Election Day 2020. He holds a B.S. from Houston Baptist University, a Master's in Divinity from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, and a Doctorate in Ministry from Louisiana Baptist Theological Seminary. Dr. Scarborough and his wife Tommye have 3 children (one of whom is in Heaven), and 4 grandchildren. Corbin Casteel serves as the COO of the Jonathan Project and is the Founder and President of FourOneThree Communications LLC. He has spent the last 2 decades consulting for various political campaigns at the federal and state level, advising candidates and officials along the way. As a registered lobbyist in Texas and New Mexico, Corbin has an in-depth knowledge of the legislative process. He is a graduate of The University of Texas with a B.A. in Government and Business Administration. He and his wife Nicole live in Austin, Texas with their 4 children.