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Monday, June 20, 2016

Our first guest on the show today is Akash Chougule, director of policy at Americans for Prosperity. Akash brings a unique perspective to AFP, and specializes in education, health care, tax, and transportation issues. He tells us more about ending corporate welfare.

In the second hour we hear from Lucas Miles–author, speaker, life coach, film producer, and pastor. He discusses his book, Good God: The One We Want to Believe in but Are Afraid to Embrace.

Kerby Anderson
Kerby Anderson
Point of View Radio Talk Show Host

Kerby Anderson has more than 30 years of experience in ministry and currently serves as the President of Probe Ministries as well as Host of Point of View Radio Talk Show. He graduated from Oregon State University and holds masters degrees from Yale University (science) and Georgetown University (government). He is the author of thirteen books including Signs of Warning…

Guests
Akash Chougule
Director of Policy - Americans for Prosperity
Akash Chougule is the Director of Policy at Americans for Prosperity. In this role, he helps coordinate and advocate for many of AFP's state policy efforts, focusing primarily on healthcare, labor, education, and tax issues. His writing has appeared in National Review, Forbes, the Washington Times, the Hill, Town Hall, and many others. He was named one of Forbes’ 30 under 30 in Law and Policy this year.
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Ending the Corporate-Welfare Circus

State gifts to the likes of Boeing, Ford, Google and Apple are unnecessary and unfair. Better to cut the tax rate and reduce regulation. Competition is at the heart of America’s economic success, but not every …

Lucas Miles
Author | Speaker
Lucas is the senior pastor of Oasis Church in Granger, Indiana and the principal and founder of Miles Media, Inc., a film production company.

Lucas studied Philosophy and Religion at both Purdue and Indiana University, as well as earned a certificate of completion from the Oasis Ministry Training School. Since then, he has had the opportunity to study under ministry greats like Dr. Jim Richards, Andrew Wommack, and Dr. Tim Storey.

Lucas is also the President of the Oasis Network For Churches, a global grace-based church planting and resourcing organization. Lucas has a passion to see people everywhere embrace the goodness of God and find wholeness through the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Lucas commonly shares on TV, in churches, universities, and conferences throughout the United States and abroad. He has been featured on various programs, such as, TheBlaze.com, The Church Boys, American Family Radio, The Harvest Show, Encounter with Peter Youngren, Impact TV with Dr. Jim Richards, Pulse 96.9FM, Searching for Grace with Mick Mooney, 100 Huntley Street, and many more. Lucas lives with his wife, Krissy, in Granger, IN.
Good God: The One We Want to Believe in but Are Afraid to Embrace
God is neither responsible for your pain, nor is He allowing it. In fact, He is against it and wants nothing more than to prevent it.

Deep inside every person is a hope that God is good. Yet faced with personal hardship or the world's tragedies, it's easy to doubt God's character and to blame Him for our pain.

Good God unpacks our misguided concepts of God so that we can begin to see Him as he truly is -- pure, loving, and completely good. If you've wondered if God is testing you -- or perhaps worse, punishing you, you are not alone. Most of us want to believe that God is good, but we cannot find a way to harmonize God's goodness with the evil that exists in this world. Good God introduces the God that we all want to believe in but have been too afraid to embrace.

With the Bible as his guide, Lucas takes readers on a journey to uncover the lost and forgotten nature of the Creator of the Universe and discover a real relationship with God.
Fighting Terror With Stupidity

Political distractions abound in the wake of the horrific shooting. In a normal country during normal times, the jihadi terrorist shooting in Orlando in which 49 people were murdered in cold blood — and more than …