It is a politically agnostic truth that American parents have been handed lumps of coal for Christmas. In many states, their children are spending even more time tethered to screens than usual — as unions stubbornly resist going back to classrooms. In those same states, in-person worship is banned or forced to comply with mandates that are questionably constitutional. But there is hope. More at-home togetherness might just mean more opportunity for parents to call the shots when it comes to faith, quality education, and the way they raise their families. Join Mike Slater and guests for this special holiday program.