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Monday, March 18, 2019

Kerby Anderson hosts today’s show. In addition to all the latest news, Kerby will talk to Kathy Ward & Chuck Branch about the Collin County Lincoln Day Dinner. Then Chad Hennings will join Kerby in-studio to share the most recent news from Promise Keepers. Finally, Joel and Nina Schmidgall will be in studio to discuss their new book, Praying Circles Around Your Marriage.

This is an all-star line up, so please plan accordingly. Call us at 800-351-1212 or contact us on facebook at with your opinion or comments.

Monday, March 18, 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…

Chad Hennings Show Page
Chad Hennings
Member Board of Directors - Promise Keepers
In order to attain excellence one must first live a lifestyle of excellence. Excellence isn’t a destination; it’s an identity. Chad Hennings has lived this message through a nine ­year NFL career and three Super Bowl Championships with the Dallas Cowboys, forty­ five successful combat missions flying A­10 jets with the Air Force,and as one of the most decorated college football players in NCAA history. Chad has taken this message across the world at the invitation of some of the most distinguished executive audiences ranging from American Airlines to Bank of America, General Motors to Citigroup, and a host of U.S. Governmental agencies. He has also been a philanthropic leader in the Dallas­ Ft Worth area as a member of the board of directors of Christian Community Action, an organization that provides assistance to at­risk families, and the establishment of Wingmen Ministries.
Chad challenges audiences to dare to be excellent and inspires businesses to create cultures of excellence. People and organizations don’t do great things to become great; great people and organizations do great things. Chad credits his post NFL career success to concepts he espouses on striving to live a life of excellence.

Chad and his wife, Tammy, have a son, Chase, and a daughter, Brenna. They currently reside in Flower Mound, Texas.
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Wingmen Ministries
We are a non-denominational group of guys striving to get closer to God. Our mission is to bring men together to affirm that our identity is in Christ and to create disciples. Our approach is threefold:
1. Corporate Events
2. Elements (small groups)
3. 1 on 1 Discipleship
Joel & Nina Schmidgall Show Page
Joel & Nina Schmidgall
Executive Pastor of National Community Church - Director of Family Ministry at National Community Church
Joel Schmidgall is Executive Pastor of National Community Church (NCC) in Washington DC. He oversees the pastoral staff for NCC’s seven locations and pastors the Capitol Hill location. Joel founded and now serves as President of the board of the DC Dream Center, a community center committed to inspiring and equipping youth and adults to reach their God-given potential.
Joel was born and raised in Naperville, Illinois. He is an unpaid marketer for all things Chicago, especially the Cubs, Malnotti’s pizza, and Portillo’s beef-and-cheddar!
He graduated from Central Bible College in Springfield, Missouri with a BA in Biblical studies and then spent a year working with the National Prayer Breakfast before joining the NCC team full-time in 2000. Joel oversees all locations at the church, as well as leading the Barracks Row campus. He also provides leadership to missions, outreach initiatives and serves on the weekend teaching team.
Nina Schmidgall serves as Director of Family Ministry at National Community Church (NCC) in Washington DC. Nina first moved to the nation’s capital to work for the United States Congress. Writing and directing education and family policy, Nina realized her deep passion for strengthening the family and the home. She oversees the family ministry department across all of NCC’s marketplace locations.
Joel and his wife Nina were married in 2004 and have three little Cubs fans: Ella, Zeke, and Renzi. Favorite family traditions are music jam sessions, tickle time, and reading books over and over and over and over. They live on Capitol Hill and love this city!
Praying Circles Around Your Marriage
Marriage is your most sacred relationship on this earth, and prayer is the single most powerful way to transform it. It's time to learn the relational truths in the legend of Honi the Circle Maker--a man bold enough to draw a circle in the sand and not leave it until God answered his impossible prayer. The commitment made in the sacred circle of marriage requires the same kind of boldness and resolve as the Circle Maker. Honi's prayer saved a generation, and your prayers can transform your relationship.

What your marriage will become is determined by how you pray. Bold prayers honor God. God honors bold prayers. Praying Circles around Your Marriage will empower you and your spouse to identify your greatest dreams for the most important relationship in your life, and pray the kind of audacious prayers in which God finds delight.

After all, your life together has a legacy to leave for future generations. It's time to start circling.
Kathy Ward Show Page
Kathy Ward
Consultant & Co-Host - JP, Kathy and The Crew
Kathy Ward, a proud native Texan, is a consultant and the co-host of JP, Kathy and The Crew, a daily radio talkshow from 8-9am on KBDT 1160 AM. Kathy served as Collin County Commissioner - Precinct 4 for several years and during her time on the Commissioners Court she focused on crucial issues such as keeping taxes low, transportation, healthcare and mental health. Kathy was a former Special Education teacher at Plano East Senior High where she also coached the PESH Golden Girls. She spent time as a certified Dale Carnegie Instructor as well. She has been actively involved in politics in numerous leadership roles at the local, state and national levels for almost three decades now. Kathy was the first woman to be elected to serve as Collin County Republican Party Chairman. She held numerous leadership roles with the Texas Young Republican Federation such as Chairman, Vice Chairman and as a National Committeewoman for the Young Republican National Federation. Kathy is a graduate of Leadership Plano Class XIV and served two terms as a Plano Community Relations Commissioner. She was also a board member of Plano Youth Leadership. She is a recipient of the Dixie Clem Award and has been named as an Inside Collin County Business “Collin County People of Influence.” Kathy was honored to be part of the Texas Delegation at the 2000 Republican National Convention. She cheered professionally for the Dallas Sidekicks and was a Strutter at Southwest Texas State University now Texas State University. Kathy has volunteered for a wide variety of organizations over the decades including national organizations like Big Brothers and Big Sisters, Special Olympics, CASA and Boy Scouts of America. She has volunteered for many roles for her daughter and son's activities such as SMS cheer coach, library mom, class reading mom, and Cub Scout leader just to name a few. Kathy is a dedicated community leader, wife to Michael Wiseman and considers her daughter and son her greatest blessings.
Chuck Branch Show Page
Chuck Branch
McKinney City Councilman, District 4 - McKinney, Texas
Chuck Branch was elected to McKinney City Council for District 4 in 2015. He grew up in Richardson where he attended Elementary, Junior High and High School. He graduated from the University of Texas at Dallas in 1994 with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting.

Council member Branch worked as an accountant for two years and subsequently moved into mortgage banking and finance, underwriting, managing and assisting with regional operations. In 2008, he began his current business helping people with disabilities. In 2009 he started Valiant Employment Services in McKinney. The business was incorporated in 2012 at which time the name was changed to Valiant Services Texas, Inc.

Council member Branch is married with four children and attends Gateway Church in Frisco. He accredits his success to his faith and belief in the Lord. His goals have always included helping people, and he looks forward to continuing that goal as Council member with the city of McKinney.
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Collin County Lincoln Day Dinner
Collin County Lincoln Day Dinner
Keynote Speaker: Congressman Dan Crenshaw
Delta Hotel • Allen, TX • March 30, 2019
VIP Reception at 6:00pm • Dinner at 7:15pm
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