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Tim Wildmon is president of American Family Association and American Family Radio. Co-host of the national radio program Today’s Issues heard each weekday on 200 AFR stations.

Tim has been a guest on The O'Reilly Factor and Dayside on the Fox News Channel as well as appearing on CNN's Talk Back Live and American Morning. In addition Tim has written guest editorials for USA Today and columns for magazines such as Focus on the Family.

He has also authored two books of short-story humor and writes a bi-weekly column for the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal. He is a graduate of Mississippi State University with a degree in journalism.

Tim has been leading tours to Washington, D.C. and Israel for nearly two decades.   

Stephen K. McDowell Stephen McDowell is co-founder and President of the Providence Foundation, a nonprofit Christian educational organization whose mission is to spread  liberty, justice, and prosperity among the nations by educating  individuals in a Biblical worldview. After obtaining a B.S. Degree in  physics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a M.S. Degree in geology at the University of Memphis, he was ordained for the ministry in 1978, working in the pastorate until 1984 when he assisted in establishing the Providence Foundation, and since then has served as  its President.

McDowell is the editor of the Providential Perspective and has authored or co-authored a dozen books, videos, and training courses, including America’s Providential History, In Search of Democracy, Liberating the Nations, In God We Trust Tour Guide, and The Story of America’s Liberty. His books and writings have been translated into French, Spanish,  German, Portuguese, Russian, Czech, and Chinese, and distributed to hundreds of thousands of people.

He has traveled to 40 states and over fifteen nations in six continents, teaching tens of thousands of people from about 100 different countries. He has consulted with numerous government officials, assisted in writing political documents, aided in establishing political  parties, and helped start a number of Christian schools.

McDowell has written scores of articles for various publications, appeared on numerous TV and radio programs, and spoken to many different religious, educational, civic, and political organizations. He also periodically does historic portrayals of Thomas Jefferson. He lives in Charlottesville, Virginia, with his wife and four children.