Monday, March 21, 2016
On the show today, Kerby welcomes in-studio Kurt Parsons, CEO of No Greater Commission and Charity Gardner, their director of medical engagements. They will tell us more about their organization, the scope of their work and how you can get involved.
In the second hour Kerby will do an open line, so join the conversation, call our studio at 800-351-1212.
CEO - No Greater Commission
A retired Naval Aviator and Navy Diver with 21 years of military experience, Kurt has received 41 different awards including the Bronze Star, Meritorious Service Medal, Combat Air Medal and Combat Action Ribbon. While defending the United States all over the world, his service has included both ground and aerial war-fighting in Afghanistan and Iraq. Additionally, Kurt is an ordained pastor, and is passionate about sharing the love of Christ.
Director of Medical Engagements - No Greater Commission
Charity has served as a military medical professional for 13 years. Her service to various populations across five continents created her drive to make a global impact for change in public health, with a special passion for the people of Africa. Charity has a master’s degree from the University of Cincinnati and worked with the Panamanian Ministry of Health at the culmination of her education in public health. Across varying people groups, she has recognized one continuing theme; to treat a person’s physical health can only assist them in this life. To reach them for a spiritual eternity is our greatest mission.
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