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The Role of Faith in the Restoration of Young People, Families, and Communities
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Bobís guests are: Jennifer Marshall, Director of Domestic Policy Studies at the Heritage Foundation, and William Schambra, director of the Hudson Institute's Bradley Center for Philanthropy and Civic Renewal. They talk about the role faith plays in transforming individuals and how it inspires and motivates many community leaders who work in low-income neighborhoods.
Episode Segments:
 
Bob Woodson: Picking Programs that Work
Jennifer describes her work with grassroots leaders, and the impressions she gets once she has a chance to leave the beltway & see results first hand. The panel then discusses why trillions of dollars are being spent on programs with no impact, and why character and moral fiber never determine where the funds are sent.
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Bob Woodson: Faith and Renewal
The panel discusses if religion can provide the solace, fulfillment and moral content that many inner city children sorely need. Jennifer then talks about the work the DeVos Center for Religion and Civil Society is currently doing, and what they hope to accomplish.
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Bob Woodson: Leading by Example
The panel discusses the principal of self-governance, and if that is what the Founding Fathers has in mind when establishing a framework for our nation. They also talk about communities that lead by example.
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