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Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Join our host, Kerby Anderson as he brings biblical insight to today’s world. During the first hour he will talk with former Navy Seal, Floyd McLendon, Jr. Floyd is running for the 32nd Texas Congressional seat. Kerby’s next guest is Dr. Jim Denison from the Denison Forum. Kerby’s final guest today is Wes Modder who will talk about Religious liberty.

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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…

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Floyd McLendon, Jr. Show Page
Floyd McLendon, Jr.
Former Navy Seal | Speaker | Author - Candidate for Texas Congress, #32
For 25 years, Floyd McLendon Jr. honorably served in the greatest naval military in the world. He enlisted into the United States Naval Reserve in the summer of 1992. Fourteen months later, he fully committed to Active Duty service and chose Electronics Technician (ET) “A” School to become a radar and satellite communication’s expert. After six years of naval service, Floyd contemplated his career goals and the impact he was making.

With his family, friends, and fellow Americans in mind, Floyd decided to undertake the most grueling and difficult goal of his life: becoming a U.S. Navy SEAL. There was just one problem: Floyd didn’t know how to swim. He didn’t let that stop him. After teaching himself how to swim and months of non-stop preparation, Floyd passed the Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) Physical Screening Test. Suffering from an internal injury that caused him to lose 30 lbs., Floyd rang the bell during his second attempt of Hell Week, voluntarily quitting.

Fifteen months later, faced with a daunting decision to follow through with his goal, Floyd remembered his motivation: service to his family, friends, and fellow Americans. He returned to BUD/S, after voluntarily quitting during Hell Week, and graduated with BUD/S Class 254, officially becoming a U.S. Navy SEAL. He spent the next 13 years at four, different Naval Special Warfare commands. He deployed five times, with presence in twenty-four countries over five continents.

Throughout Floyd’s service, he was held accountable and pushed to grow by his SEAL brothers in some of the most godforsaken war zones on the planet. He sees this same level of accountability lacking in Congress where two-faced, career politicians say one thing at home and do another in Washington. While their constituents suffer from ever-growing taxes and job-killing regulations, career politicians cozy up to special interests and pad their pockets.

Floyd sees a desperate need for new, service-minded leadership in Congress that puts Americans first and demands accountability. He will bring his service before self-leadership and invaluable experience to Congress to fight for limited government, lower taxes, protecting the unborn, preserving the 2nd Amendment, and defending religious liberty.

Since retiring from naval service, Floyd has traveled the country speaking professionally and been a published author. He is steadfast in his Christian faith, a devoted husband to his wife, Melinda, and a committed father to their four children Trenton, Tanner, Ty, and Keylen.
Jim Denison Show Page
Dr. Jim Denison
CEO | Co-Founder - Denison Forum
Dr. Jim Denison is the CEO of Denison Forum. His Daily Article and podcast globally reach over 160,000 subscribers. Dr. Denison guides readers to discern today’s news—biblically. He is the author of multiple books and has taught on the philosophy of religion and apologetics at several seminaries. Prior to launching Denison Forum in 2009, he pastored churches in Texas and Georgia. He holds a Ph.D and a Master of Divinity from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Jim and his wife, Janet, live in Dallas, Texas. They have two sons and four grandchildren.
Wes Modder Show Page
Dr. Wes Modder
Founding & Lead Pastor - Chicago Rock Church Assembly of God, Illinois
Dr. Wes Modder, is the Founding and Lead Pastor at Chicago Rock Church Assembly of God, Illinois. He was born in Flint, Michigan. Dr. Modder served in the United States Marine Corps for eight years in 1984. Upon completion of Basic Training at MCRD San Diego, he reported to Infantry Training School, Camp Pendleton, CA. PFC Modder’s Military occupation was a 0341 Mortarman. Upon graduation from Infantry Training School, he reported to Sea School at MCRD San Diego, CA in 1985. His duty stations include: the Marine Detachment on the USS Carl Vinson CVN 70, 3rd BN 7th Marines (deployed to Okinawa as a part of the Unit Deployment Program, with an additional deployment on the USS San Bernardino), Marine Corps Recruiting Sub-Station Flint, MI. As a Sergeant with Military Police Company 4th Marine Division Headquarters and Service Battalion, Fort Snelling, MN, Sgt. Modder participated in Operation Desert Shield and Desert Storm, which took him from Camp LeJeune to Saudi Arabia in 1990. While serving as a Marine in Okinawa, Sgt. Modder experienced his calling at the Camp Hanson Chapel to full time ministry. In 1999 he was commissioned a United States Navy Chaplain at the rank of Lieutenant Junior Grade.
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