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Monday, August 19, 2019

Today our host is Kerby Anderson! His guests are Cindy Vann, Lydia Ortega, & Al Regnery. Cindy will join Kerby in studio to talk about her new book, PTSD: Passing Through Shadows of Death. Lydia will also be in studio to share what’s happening in California, Texas, and about the dangers of big government. Al has a new book, Unlikely Pilgrim, that he will share.  In addition to his guests, Kerby will bring us the news that you need from a biblical point of view.

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Monday, August 19, 2019

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Kerby Anderson
Kerby Anderson
Host, Point of View Radio Talk Show

Kerby Anderson is the President of Probe Ministries and host of Point of View Radio Talk Show. He holds masters degrees from Yale University (science) and Georgetown University (government). He also serves as a visiting professor at Dallas Theological Seminary and has spoken on dozens of university campuses including University of Michigan, Vanderbilt University, Princeton University, Johns Hopkins University, University of Colorado…

Cindy Vann Show Page
Cindy Vann
Speaker | Author | Volunteer
Cindy is the widow of decorated Vietnam veteran Philip D. Vann, who died from an Agent Orange related disease, in 2014.

Together they raised three Children; sons Christopher, Philip Jr aka JR and daughter Cally. Cindy is blessed with four beautiful grandchildren: Paxton, Halle, Indy, and Izzy.

Cindy acknowledges her daughters in love as part of her family, from Phil’s previous marriages; Shawna, and Andrea and their families as well as her son Philip Jr’s spouse Morgan and her daughter Cally’s spouse Mike.

Passing Through the Shadow of Death, is a memoir about God’s love actualized through his intervention throughout Cindy’s life with Phil.

When the Word of God came alive in their life, they were able to recognize that living with PTSD meant God gave them the power and ability of Passing Through the Shadow of Death.

The day Phil accepted Christ into his life, the light emanating from the work Christ did on the cross, broke through the darkness of PTSD that had formerly driven Phil to multiple attempts of ending his life.

Cindy resides in the Metro-Plex of DFW where she shares her faith while volunteering for multiple charities.
PTSD: Passing Through Shadows of Death
PTSD Passing Through Shadows of Death; by Cindy Vann, is written as though Cindy Vann herself, is intimately speaking directly to you. The story though compelling and dark at times is filled with hope for any person who may be going through similar life experiences.
Lydia Ortega Show Page
Lydia Ortega, Ph.D.
Economist | Educator | Speaker | Innovator - Chair - Department of Economics at San Jose State University
Professor Lydia Ortega earned her doctorate in economics from George Mason University in 1987. She is an economist, an educator, a businesswoman, a public speaker, fundraiser, and an innovator. Whether in the classroom, the boardroom, or on a stage, she aims to make a difference by promoting strategic thinking about the vital role of free markets and the sanctity of individual liberty. She served for 15 years as the Chair of the Department of Economics at San Jose State University and in that time created the only free market department on the West Coast. She has served on several public boards, including as founding member of the Hispanic Foundation of Silicon Valley and of the Liberty Forum of Silicon Valley. She is currently on the Board of Directors of Goodwill Silicon Valley. In 2018, she ran for California’s office of Lieutenant Governor with the goal of applying her insider knowledge to bring real change to academia as the taxpayer’s representative on the University of California Board of Regents and California State University Board of Trustees. Her economic expertise positioned her to effectively consider benefits and costs on the Commission on Economic Development. Professor Ortega is currently developing education materials to reawaken the questioning mind and to effectively teach complex problem-solving. She is politically active at the grassroots level and is the incoming Treasurer for the Hispanic Republican Club of Northern Texas.
Al Regnery Show Page
Al Regnery
Author | Writer | Publisher | Attorney - Republic Book Publishers
Alfred Regnery is a publisher and a lawyer with a half-century career in business, politics, the law and journalism. He has practiced law in the Midwest and in Washington, DC, was Counsel to a Senate Committee, a senior official in the US Department of Justice, President of his family’s book publishing business and publisher of a national magazine. He has written three books and hundreds of articles, and has served, and continues to serve, on many boards of directors. He lives on a farm in rural Virginia, and maintains an office in Washington where he remains engaged in national politics.
Unlikely Pilgrim: A Journey into History and Faith
Two middle-aged men, fast friends, make eleven foreign trips―pilgrimages you might call them ―to parts of the world rich in the history of Christianity. The trips combine adventure, strenuous physical activity, exhilaration, discovery, and friendship. Three of the journeys were to Western Europe; six were to Eastern Europe and the Balkans and two to the Middle East. The trips were spontaneous and unplanned, often requiring improvisation along the way. Told in a lighthearted and often amusing style, An Unlikely Pilgrim provides a vivid and colorful picture of parts of the world often out of the range of American tourists, but deep in both ancient and current geopolitical, historical, and cultural wealth.
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