“Fox & Friends” host Ainsley Earhardt recently offered up a candid and thought-provoking response when asked what most concerns her about our culture.
“A part of me wants to list all these concerns,” Earhardt said during a recent appearance on “The Billy Hallowell Podcast.” “And then a part of me is always reminded that God has this.”
Speaking of the division that has been raging in America, she said that “countries have been through this before” and that America, too, has faced its challenges in the past.
“I do have hope in the power of prayer and God,” Earhardt said. “I wish there weren’t so much divisiveness and racial tension and hatred. We’re all God’s children.”
Listen to what else she had to say below:
Earhardt, who recently released her new kids book, “Through Your Eyes,” also spoke on a variety of other topics, including the miscarriage she suffered before conceiving her daughter, Hayden.
“I know that that child is in heaven. I know that we will see that child again. It was a little girl,” she said. “I know that that child is healthy and perfect and pure and wonderful, and I will get to meet her one day.”