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Tuesday, March 10, 2020

Welcome to today’s show. Our guest host is Penna Dexter. In the first hour she is joined in-studio by Brooke Jones from Stronger Women (transitioning from Stronger Than Espresso). Next, she welcomes Phylicia Masonheimer. Phylicia has a book she’ll tell us about, “Stop Calling Me Beautiful.” In the final hour, her guest is Cathie Adams from Texas Eagle Forum. Anne Cori joins them briefly. They’ll talk about Phyllis Schlafly’s legacy & Eagle Forum.

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Tuesday, March 10, 2020

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Penna Dexter
Penna Dexter

Point of View Co-Host, Penna Dexter frequently sits in as guest host for Kerby Anderson. Her weekly commentaries air on the Bott Radio Network. Penna’s heart is in educating and encouraging Christians to influence the culture and politics. She has also served as co-host and commentator on other local issues-based radio programs. She worked as a consultant overseeing the launch and and…

Brooke Jones Show Page
Brooke Jones
Founder & President - Stronger than Espresso
Dr. Brooke Jones is Founder & President of Stronger than Espresso, a non-profit serving communities since 2013. Stronger than Espresso exists so survivors can reclaim what abuse took away, through life-changing emotional healing, restoration and spiritual growth. Brooke, a survivor herself, knows the difficulty healing after trauma and finding freedom. Dr. Jones created the Stronger Women curriculum; a Biblical based course proven to help survivors find healing even years after abuse in their lives. Stronger than Espresso’s healing model certifies facilitators to lead the Stronger Women restorative support groups, incorporates art healing to transform trauma, and provides professional training on trauma healing and best practices responding to domestic violence for faith leaders and mental health professionals. Dr. Jones holds a Bachelors in Entrepreneurship, Masters in Education and a Doctorate in Theology, and lives out her passion and Kingdom calling everyday helping survivors heal after domestic violence and abuse through restorative and prevention programs.
Phylicia Masonheimer Show Page
Phylicia Masonheimer
Teacher | Podcast Host | Blogger | Author
Phylicia Masonheimer teaches Christian women how to apply faith to the realities of life. She is a blogger, podcast host, and speaker. Her writing focuses on overcoming sin and difficulty by the power of a maturing personal relationship with God. Phylicia lives in northern Michigan with her husband and children. Her latest book, Stop Calling Me Beautiful: Finding a Deeper Spirituality in a Shallow World, is now in stores nationwide.
Stop Calling Me Beautiful: Finding Soul-Deep Strength in a Skin-Deep World
"You're a beautiful daughter of the Most High King." And it's true. But it's not the whole truth. The beauty of being God's daughter has backstory.

If you're tired of hearing the watered-down Christian teaching and hungry for a deeper spiritual life—one that gives real answers to your hardest questions—Stop Calling Me Beautiful teaches you how. You will learn:
+ how to pursue the truths of who God is and who you are in relationship to Him
+ how to study Scripture, and how your view of God determines how you face life's challenges
+ how legalism, shallow theology, and false teaching keep you from living boldly as a woman of the Word
+ how to experience God's presence in painful circumstances
Jesus doesn't offer a powerless salvation. He makes your brokenness part of His whole redemption story—if you allow Him to. Don't settle for a feel-good faith. If you want victory over insecurity, fear, shame, and the circumstances you are facing, it's time to embrace Jesus. All of Him.
Cathie Adams
1st VP | International Issues Chairman - President | Texas Eagle Forum
Cathie Adams serves as the President of Texas Eagle Forum, the International Issues Chairman for Eagle Forum and on the board of the national Eagle Forum. She was elected Republican National Committeewoman for Texas in 2008 and stepped down after being elected Chairman of the Republican Party of Texas from 2009-2010. She was named by Campaigns and Elections magazine’s August 2010 issue as one of the top 50 Republican influencers in Texas.

Most recently, Cathie has been observing the United Nations design a Green Climate Fund. As an observer of major UN conferences since 1995, Cathie enjoys telling about her experiences. She attended the Women’s Conference in Beijing, China; the Housing Summit in Istanbul, Turkey; the Food Summit in Rome, Italy; and a number of Climate Change meetings in Kyoto, Japan, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Bonn, Germany, The Hague, Netherlands, Poznan, Poland, Cancun, Mexico, Durban, South Africa, Doha, Qatar, Warsaw, Poland and Lima, Peru. When the International Criminal Court was created in Rome in 1998, Cathie attended the proceedings. She also attended the 2000 Millennium Summit in New York City, the Global Taxing Summit in Monterrey, Mexico, and the World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg, South Africa. She traveled to Hong Kong for a Ministerial Meeting of the World Trade Organization and to Paris, France for a UNESCO meeting.

Mrs. Cathie Adams is a full-time volunteer. She has been married to Dr. Homer Adams for 46 years and they have five grandchildren. Their son and daughter-in-law are both Texas A&M graduates.
Anne Cori Show Page
Anne Cori
Chairman - Eagle Forum
Anne Schlafly Cori is Chairman of Eagle Forum and has served on Eagle Forum boards of directors since 2008.

From 2012-16, Anne Cori was the regular guest host for “Eagle Forum Live”, a weekly radio show on the Bott Radio Network, and she hosted fifty programs. She has emceed several Eagle Forum events over the years, including Eagle Council and Collegians.

Anne is the daughter of Phyllis Schlafly. She and her husband, Tom Cori, have hosted many candidate fundraisers in their home.

Anne has a B.A. in history from Georgetown University.
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