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Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Joining Kerby in-studio today is Dr. Kathy Koch, founder and president of Celebrate Kids, Inc., a Christian ministry based in Fort Worth, Texas. An internationally celebrated speaker and popular radio guest, Kathy has influenced thousands of parents, teachers, and children worldwide. She chats about her book, Screens and Teens: Connecting with Our Kids in a Wireless World.

Our second hour guest is, Stephan Bauman president and CEO of World Relief, an international relief and development organization. He tells us more about his book, Possible: A Blueprint for Changing How we Change the World.

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…

Dr. Kathy Koch
Founder | President - Celebrate Kids Inc
Dr. Kathy Koch is the Founder and President of Celebrate Kids, Inc., a Christian ministry based in Fort Worth, Texas. She is an internationally celebrated speaker and popular radio guest who has influenced thousands of parents, teachers, and children in 30 countries through keynote messages, workshops, seminars, assemblies, and other events. Her practical, relevant, results-oriented concepts and engaging, honoring, and humorous speaking style draw enthusiastic raves from children, teens, parents, and educators.

She earned a Ph.D. in reading and educational psychology from Purdue University, and was a tenured associate professor of education at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, a teacher of second graders, a middle school coach, and a school board member for a Christian school prior to becoming a full-time conference and keynote speaker in 1991. Kathy has written several books on parenting and successfully communicating with children.
Screens and Teens: Connecting with Our Kids in a Wireless World
Technology is one of the benefits of living in today's world. It is a non-negotiable for success in our educational, vocational, and social cultures. Yet, with all the advantages there are inherent dangers, deceptions, and abuses. Teens often look to their digital tools to make them happy, when you set boundaries or take them away they feel frustrated and incomplete. Unhealthy habits formed in this stage of life easily carry over into adulthood and addictions to technology make other addictions more likely.
Screens and Teens applauds the good aspects of the digital age, but also alerts parents to how technology contributes to self-centered character, negative behaviors, and beliefs that inhibit spiritual growth, prescribing manageable solutions regardless of the level of their teen's involvement. Unmasking the lies teenagers tend to believe, like "I must have choices," the book majors on truth, acknowledging that Truth alone brings contentment, freedom, and success.
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Stephan Bauman
President | CEO - World Relief
Stephan Bauman is the President and CEO of World Relief, a leading international relief and development organization serving more five million vulnerable people each year through more than 100,000 church-based volunteers. Stephan’s pursuit of justice led him to transition from a career in the Fortune 100 sector to Africa where he directed relief and development programs for nearly a decade before returning to the United States to lead World Relief’s global programs.

Stephan lives to see people everywhere rise to the call of justice and give their lives in ways that empower the poor towards real change, a journey he continues to pursue. Stephan holds degrees from Johns Hopkins University, Wheaton College and the University of Wisconsin. He is a poet, an author, an ordained minister and a strategist. He considers his African friends his most important teachers, and his wife, Belinda, his most important mentor. Stephan, Belinda, and their two sons, Joshua and Caleb, live near Washington, D.C., and, together, enjoy the woods, the arts and late night conversations with friends.

World Relief empowers the vulnerable to lead their own change. With initiatives in disaster response, community health, economic development, peace building and refugee and immigrant services, World Relief works with the worldwide local church to overcome hunger, disease and injustice.

World Relief convenes The Justice Conference each year to help people live justice together towards a better world.
Possible: A Blueprint for Changing How We Change the World
We need a better vision for saving the world.

Across the world, people like you are rising up to fight poverty, oppression, and injustice—not just professionals, but bloggers, musicians, entrepreneurs, artists, and advocates. People who refuse to accept the world as it is, who dare to believe change is possible.

But we face a crisis of vision. We sense what needs to be done, but often we don’t know how to do it. Without a better blueprint for doing good well, our moment in history will slip away.

In Possible, the author presents clear and biblical thinking, powerful stories, and practical tools for sustainably impacting our workplaces, neighborhoods, villages, and cities.

Possible is an eloquent and personal call to reconsider what it means to change ourselves so that we can change the world.
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