Craig & Janet Parshall's Bio:
Craig and Janet Parshall are nationally respected advocates for principles and policies that strengthen the family. A trial attorney who argues civil liberties and constitutional rights cases across the country, Craig frequently addresses audiences, encouraging a biblically sound worldview on cultural, political, moral, and spiritual issues. Janet is host of Janet Parshall’s America, a nationally syndicated radio and television talk show based in Washington D.C., and one of the only conservative talk shows hosted in America by a woman.
The Parshalls are co-authors of Tough Faith: Trusting God in Troubled Times (Harvest House); The Light in the City: Why Christians Must Advance and Not Retreat (Thomas Nelson); and Traveling A Pilgrim’s Path: Preparing Your Child to Navigate the Journey of Faith (Focus on the Family/Tyndale). With her daughter, Sarah Parshall Perry, Janet recently wrote When the Fairy Dust Settles: A Mother and Her Daughter Discuss What Reallly Matters (Warner Faith). Craig’s Chambers of Justice legal thriller series featuring The Resurrection File, Custody of the State, The Accused, Missing Witness, and The Last Judgment (Harvest House) continues to receive critical acclaim and his stand-alone legal suspense novel Trial By Ordeal (Harvest House).
Craig is frequently asked to speak on important issues of the day, including abortion, euthanasia, parental rights, homosexuality, religious freedom, legal trends, the moral dimension of the cinema, and current political and world events. He writes a regular column for Israel My Glory magazine and often travels to the Middle East. As a lawyer, Craig has represented clients before state supreme courts, federal circuit courts of appeal, and the U.S. Supreme Court. He has testified before Congress on constitutional rights issues and, during the 105th Congress, worked with public policy leaders, legal experts, and members of Congress to draft the Religious Freedom Amendment.
Janet has been profiled as one of the top 100 talkers in Talkers Magazine every year since 1998. Her program, Janet Parshall’s America, was nominated for the National Religious Broadcasters Talk Show of the Year in 1996, 1997, 1999, and 2002 and Best Produced Radio Program of the Year in 1998. Janet has twice been appointed to the Wisconsin Women’s Council and the Governor’s Commission on Families and Children. She has been named in Who’s Who of American Women, Who’s Who in America, and in 1998, was chosen by the International Who’s Who of Professional and Business Women for significant career achievements and contributions to society.