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Wednesday, March 7, 2018
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Today’s program is hosted by Kerby Anderson. His guest in the final hour is Hannah Sultemeier, Executive Director at Stand for Life.

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Kerby Anderson
Kerby Anderson
Host, Point of View Radio Talk Show
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Kerby Anderson is host of Point of View Radio Talk Show and also serves as the President of Probe Ministries. 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 HopkinsRead More

Hannah Sultemeier
Hannah Sultemeier
Executive Director - Stand for Life
Hannah was raised in Houston, TX in a home where she was one out of ten children. Her parents graciously opened their home to many foster children throughout her life, and went on to adopt four of her now siblings. Her passion for the life discussion was formed through her belief in Genesis 1:27, that every life was made in the image of God, and through her very own home where her parents taught her to boldly live out a pro-life ethic.

She earned her Bachelor’s Degree from Texas A&M University, and went on to earn a Graduate Leadership and Discipleship Certificate from the Kanakuk Institute. After the Kanakuk Institute, Hannah pursued a career at Sewell Automotives until the Lord called her to step out in faith and eventually join the team at Stand for Life. Hannah is now the Executive Director at Stand for Life, in Dallas, TX, where she and her husband Ben currently live.
Stand for Life
Stand for Life started on August 6, 2015 after Jess Barfield posted an image of herself and her son on social media with the LIFE filter. As a result, #standforLIFE went viral and people all over the world began posting photos with the LIFE filter and sharing their own stories about why they value life.

The traditional pro-life movement has created a solid foundation for valuing life. However, today's culture has developed a resistance that has caused a void and left individuals longing to fill a silent gap and be a part of a movement that deeply loves all parties involved - mothers, fathers, children and entire families. There is a need to further engage, educate and equip all individuals to change how people engage in the LIFE issue and influence them in a way that empowers them to make a difference in their community.

Today, Stand for Life is made up of a team of four and is continuing to engage with storytellers all over the world. The team has learned that stories impact people on a heart level, and as a result, communities are being empowered to influence generations. The heartbeat of everything that we do is the Imago Dei and our hope is that every person would come to know the significance of human dignity through storytelling.
Why the Left is Losing on Guns
By: David French - nationalreview.com - March 5, 2018 It’s too hard to persuade people to willingly surrender the right to protect their own lives. Last week I wrote a long essay in The Atlantic ...
Divisive Debate
Will divisive debates about public policy break America apart? By: Kerby Anderson - pointofview.net - March 7, 2018 Will divisive debates about public policy break America apart? David French fears that could happen with the ...
Pro-Life Millennials
The article highlighted gains in pro-life sentiment among young adults. By: Michael J. New - nationalreview.com - February 1, 2018 Earlier this week, the Washington Post blog “The Fix” featured an article by Eugene Scott highlighting ...



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