It’s Time for Silent Believers to Speak the Truth

October 6th, 2017 | Posted in News

Carmen LaBerge, president of the Presbyterian Lay Committee and Salem radio host, challenges Christians in her new book to stand up to a culture that is out of control

“Carmen Fowler LaBerge is a smart leader with years of experience in the trenches of church and culture skirmishes. In this book, Carmen challenges believers to view every person as an image bearer of God and to live each day in light of the redeeming love of Christ.

Russell Moore, President of the ERLC of the Southern Baptist Convention

WASHINGTON, D.C.— How many believers in America today are afraid to speak the truth about God, faith, and family to our lost culture? Too many Christians are sidelined and silent due to fear that they will be ridiculed or punished. But it is every Christian’s responsibility to have the mind of Christ and speak the Truth in every cultural conversation, no matter how contentious.

In her brand new book, Speak the Truth: How to Bring God Back into Every Conversation, (Regnery Faith; $25.99; September 25, 2017) Carmen LaBerge, president of the Presbyterian Lay Committee and radio host of The Reconnect with Carmen LaBerge, challenges the Church to bring God’s viewpoint into the difficult conversations of today, and equips readers with the arguments and strategies to engage and combat the aggressive arrogance of those who seek to silence all viewpoints but their own.

Speak the Truth will help silent Christians come out of hiding and learn how to:

  • • Join into important cultural conversations in a way that honors Jesus and speak the Truth in love to the lost
  • Fight back against the lies of the secular, liberal media that attempt to shut up any Christian that dares to speak out
  • Use biblical strategies to become unafraid and confident Kingdom ambassadors of Truth to non-believers in your life

In Speak the Truth, Carmen LaBerge aims to get Christians off the sidelines and back in the conversation.


To schedule an interview with Carmen LaBerge, please contact Angela Swinson at or 202-677-4412.