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Tuesday, August 21, 2018

We have a very busy Tuesday! Kerby Anderson welcomes Sue Bailey & Rich McGee in-studio. They’ll be talking about Faculty Commons.

Author Kay Wyma is in the exciting middle slot to talk about her latest book, “Not the Boss of Us: Putting Overwhelmed in Its Place in a Do-All, Be-All World.

And we’ll conclude today with Kris Emmert. Journeying from unspeakable tragedy to discovering unshakeable hope, Kris will share her new book, “Providing Promise: A Navy Widow’s Journey to Hope.”

We very much want to hear from you! Call us with your question or opinion at 800-351-1212 or contact us on facebook at facebook.com/pointofviewradio.

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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…

Guests
Kay Wyma Show Page
Kay Wyma
Writer, Blogger, Speaker
Kay Wills Wyma, former White House staffer, international banker, and entrepreneur, is a mom of five who writes about seeing beyond life's pressures in order to navigate life and thrive together. She is the author of two books and blogs at the popular themoatblog.com and video podcasts at saysomethingshow.com. She has been featured on outlets such as The Today Show, CNN, and Focus on the Family, and has contributed to the Huffington Post, NYT Motherlode, DMagazine, Thriving Families, and more. Kay lives in Dallas, Texas, with her family.
Not the Boss of Us: Putting Overwhelmed in Its Place in a Do-All, Be-All World
Too much to manage and not enough time or energy to do it? Join the club. Life is a pressure cooker and, more and more, being overwhelmed is just considered normal. But, truth be told, life's stresses and circumstances aren't the boss of us. What if we could take Overwhelmed and diffuse it--or, better yet, reframe it to good?

Author, blogger, and mother of five Kay Wills Wyma has learned that if we're going to be overwhelmed by anything, let's have it be Truth with all its grace, hope, peace, and love. In this freeing book, she shares how to confront life's pressures we face--at home, online, at work, in our relationships, on our calendars--and replace all those heavy expectations with the liberating truth that we were made for something better. Through her inspiring personal stories sprinkled with a dash of humor, she gives readers permission to step back, let go, and find fulfillment and freedom in a life lived in light of eternity.
Kris Emmert Show Page
Kris Emmert
Speaker, Author - Providing Promise
Author and speaker Kris Rystrom Emmert impacts readers and audiences with her powerful message of enduring unspeakable tragedy and discovering unshakeable hope. With a contagious zest for life, Kris weaves her story of loss into a life changing encounter that inspires others to experience their own healing and to uncover their God-given destiny.

Kris has a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Wake Forest University and a Masters in Communication from Regent University. Kris is a highly skilled public speaker combining her extensive education, real-life media experience, talents as a senior leader in Premier Designes, inc., years of being a professor at various higher-education institutions, and her multiple motivational presentations before thousands of people.

Kris is a first-time author, pastor's wife, former Navy widow, mom to four children and grandmother. Kris is ultimately a down-to-earth woman who loves her family and lives life to the fullest in East Tennessee.
Providing Promise: A Navy Widow’s Journey to Hope
Embark on a life-changing encounter as you journey through the remarkable life and death of an accomplished naval flight officer and his grieving widow's path from unimaginable heartache to unstoppable hope. With captivating novel-like and highly accurate military scenes, excerpts of touching long-distance love letters, and raw, unfiltered emotions, Providing Promise isn’t just another memoir-it is a lifeline. Experience your own inner healing and uncover your God-given destiny as you walk alongside one who has seen firsthand how God can turn tragedy into triumph. “I pray that my story of heartache to hope will inspire people to and answers to their hard questions in the midst of their suffering. God is faithful to walk with us through difficult circumstances. He provides promise for us and heals us by taking something unbelievably awful and turning it into something truly good.”
Sue Bailey Show Page
Sue Bailey
Chief Development Officer - The Hope Center
As Chief Development Officer, Sue oversees strategic fundraising and development for the Hope Center and the nonprofit parent organization, The Hope Center Foundation. Sue’s motivation is providing beautiful high-quality office and conference space, numerous services, programs and amenities, all at a significantly discounted rate for the Christian nonprofit tenants. The funds that these nonprofits are able to save in overhead transfer directly into their missions — both locally and around the world. “The Hope Center is a great place to invest your time and talent and I am honored to work with The Hope Center team and the 40+ dynamic Christian Nonprofits that call this home.”

Sue is also a committed volunteer fundraiser in her community and has served on numerous nonprofit boards. Prior to joining The Hope Center team, Sue was Director of Program Development for Just Say YES, Youth Equipped to Succeed helping at risk teens. She also spent 12 years as Director of Development at Trinity Christian Academy where she completed three capital campaigns and raised funds for scholarship aid.

She and her husband, Dan, have two grown children and three grandchildren, and have been active members and lay leaders at Northwest Bible Church since graduating from college.
Rich McGee Show Page
Rich McGee
Director of Ministry Development - Faculty Commons
Rich McGee was born and raised in Dallas and is a graduate of Texas Tech University. Responding to Bill Bright's visionary challenge to "Come help change the world" and "Reach the university today; reach the world tomorrow," Rich joined Campus Crusade for Christ staff and, after six years in student ministry then a Master of Theology degree at Dallas Seminary, has served for over 30 years with Faculty Commons, the global outreach of Cru to professors and graduate students. Rich and his wife Bonnie have three children and enjoy watching them build their own strong marriages. Even more, they enjoy the nine grandchildren with whom they have been blessed.
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Faculty Commons
Faculty Commons, a ministry of Cru, is committed to bringing all the resources of the university (faculty, students, and ideas) to the world for the advance of the loving rule and reign of Jesus Christ. We dream of the day when movements of Christian faculty willingly wrestle with the ever-challenging question: “As Christ-followers, what should we do in the academy?” We’d like to help.
Hope Center Event
Critical Conversations
Join us for part two of our three part speaker series focusing on how Christians are to respond to the trials of our current culture with love and a biblical perspective.

Part two will feature Os Guinness, Senior Fellow at the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics, worldwide speaker, and advocate of religious freedom. Closely following his upcoming book Last Call for Liberty, Os will speak on the hostility of our nation, and how “America’s genius for freedom has become its greatest threat.”

Os was born in China during World War II where his parents were medical missionaries. A witness to the climax of the Chinese revolution in 1949, he was expelled with many other foreigners in 1951 and returned to Europe where he graduated from the University of London then Oriel College, Oxford. Os has written or edited more than 30 books, was a freelance reporter with the BBC, and, as Executive Director of the Williamsburg Charter Foundation from 1986-1989, helped draft "The Williamsburg Charter" and "The Global Charter of Conscience."

Join us at 6:00 PM for hors d'oeuvres and to meet some of our nonprofits!
Reserve your spot today and invite your friends to join us as we learn how to respond to the trials of our day with biblical truth and love.

Cost:
$30 for Individuals
$500 for Table Sponsors (8). Table sponsors will receive preferred seating for 8 and are invited to attend the private meet and greet and photo op with Os Guinness prior to the program.
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“But in your hearts revere Christ as Lord. Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. But do this with gentleness and respect.”1 Peter 3:15
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