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Thursday, May 6, 2021

Welcome to Point of View’s Millennial Round Table on a Thursday!  Today’s panel is hosted by Chelsey Youman! She is joined by co-hosts Jonathan Teague and Liberty McArtor. In the first hour they are joined by historian Richard Lim. Then in the final hour Ben Courson joins the discussion.

What are the issues that Millennials are currently concerned about? Listen in to hear a Godly point of view.

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Chelsey-Youman
Chelsey Youman
Texas State Director & National Legislative Advisor for Human Coalition

Chelsey Youman, Esq., is Texas State Director & National Legislative Advisor for the Human Coalition. Human Coalition answers a common call: to do all they can to remove the stain of abortion from America. They are not simply against abortion, they are for life. Formerly with First Liberty Institute, after working for a law firm in private practice, Youman received…

Guests
Jonathan Teague Show Page
Jonathan Teague
Minister to Married Adults - Prestonwood Baptist Church
Jonathan Teague currently works as Minister to Married Adults at Prestonwood Baptist Church. He grew up a pastor's kid and felt a call to full-time ministry at 16. He previously worked as a Student Pastor in churches across DFW. He's received a Bachelor’s Degree in Speech Communication and Leadership from Hardin-Simmons University and holds a Master's in Christian Education from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Currently, Jonathan is completing his Doctorate in Educational Ministry, with an emphasis on Leadership, from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He has been married to his wife Michelle for almost 17 years and they have 4 children.
Liberty McArtor Show Page
Liberty McArtor
Freelance Writer
Liberty McArtor is a freelance writer in the great state of Texas, where she lives north of Dallas with her husband and son.

Liberty earned her bachelor's degree in journalism from Patrick Henry College in northern Virginia, during which time spent a year working as a talk radio producer for WMAL in Washington, D.C. Returning to the Lone Star State, Liberty worked as a writer for the religious freedom law firm First Liberty Institute, and then as a staff writer for The Stream.

Today Liberty writes for various non-profit ministries, and regularly contributes to The Stream. She covers topics she’s passionate about — life, family, religious freedom, and living faithfully for Christ. She has spoken about her writings on multiple talk radio shows around the nation.
Richard Lim Show Page
Richard Lim
Writer | Speaker | Blogger | Historian
Whether it's through his podcast, This American President, his appearances on the Stacy on the Right radio show, or writing for the Heritage Foundation's Daily Signal, Richard Lim loves talking about U.S. history and the lessons it offers for our nation's current issues. This passion also led him to serve at the White House and George Washington’s Mount Vernon Estate and to discuss history during his multiple appearance on the Global Voice Hall's Washington Weekly YouTube show. He has a master's degree from Syracuse University and a bachelor's degree from the University of California, San Diego.
Ben Courson Show Page
Ben Courson
Senior Pastor | Applegate Christian Fellowship - Founder | Hope Generation
Ben Courson is a bestselling author, a TV and radio personality, an international speaker, founder of Hope Generation, and the senior pastor at Applegate Christian Fellowship. He has been featured on Fox, Hallmark Channel, TBN, ABC Family, and other mainstream media outlets. His TV show is broadcast in 180 countries, and his national radio show airs on over 400 stations. He travels the globe speaking of God’s hope and igniting revival in the hearts of his listeners.

Stemming from his own bout with suicide and depression, Ben created Hope generation, aiming to help those struggling with depression and suicidal thoughts to those who’ve lost hope and meaning amid their success. The ministry is shouting about the God of Hope from the mountaintops to help people rise out of despair.

Ben’s high energy, humor, and deep Biblical understanding has impacted people from all walks of life. He sincerely shares his own struggles, heartbreak, being diagnosed with complex PTSD, and the devastating losses of his brother and sister. As a social media influencer, millions of YouTube subscribers have tuned in to watch and listen to Hope Generation. Ben is infiltrating old and new media alike and spreading God’s message of hope like fire.

Hope Generation is a play on words that suggests both a personal and collective appeal: Generating hope in God and building a generation of hope. That is the mission of Hope Generation.
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