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Monday, May 28, 2018
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Our first guest on the show today is Robert Dickie, president of Crown Financial Ministries. He tells us about his book, The Leap: Launching Your Full Time Career in Our Part Time Economy. Long term careers are becoming a thing of the past. Gigs, “part-time, contract, or freelance work” are becoming more common. He advises on how to best prepare for the transition. Next Andy McQuitty, Senior Pastor of Irving Bible Church, will join Kerby in-studio. Pastor McQuitty will be talking about his book, Notes from the Valley: A Spiritual Travelogue through Cancer. And finally, Bill and Danielle Ford from C2Family join us in-studio to chat about their book, The Power of Family Vision.

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

Guests
Robert_Dickie
Robert Dickie, III
President - Crown Financial Ministries
Crown Financial Ministries’ President Robert Dickie III believes applying foundational business and Biblical principles combined with playing to your strengths will yield transformational change in both your career and in your life. Over the course of his career in both for-profit, non-profit and business consulting, Dickie has first-hand expertise in creatively addressing the challenges of emerging business markets. His personal goal is to help inspire others to strengthen their finances, marriages, and families by maximizing the career God intends for each of us. His work has spanned multiple industries. Dickie has a proven track record throughout his diverse military, business management, and non-profit career. Prior to Crown, he served as CEO for SMT, an international training and sales service provider, and he started his career serving six and half years in the United States Air Force. He has consulted companies in multiple phases to include start-up, high-growth, and turn-around environments, and considers his favorite the start-up phase, team building and coaching.

Dickie is also an author, speaker, consultant, columnist, and sought after interview. He has been featured by USA Today, FOX News, The Washington Times, The Boston Business Journal, The Wall Street Journal Market Watch, The Federalist, and a variety of radio and television outlets.

Dickie and his wife Brandi have been married 20 years, and are parents to five children.
The Leap: Launching Your Full-Time Career in Our Part-Time Economy
The world, our economy, and technology have all made major leaps in the past decade-have you made The Leap along with them?

Work is different for this new generation than it has been in the past. Long-term careers are on the way out, and "gigs"-part-time, contract, or freelance work-are becoming more common. Whether you're in the midst of a career or just getting started, now is the time to prepare for changes headed your way.

What does it look like to avoid anchors? To create multiple income streams? To brand yourself? These tasks are critical to new generations entering the workforce.

This book is exactly what's needed to help a new generation of adults make the leap to work that lasts in this new economy.
Andy McQuitty
Andy McQuitty
Senior Pastor - Irving Bible Church
Andy McQuitty has served for nearly 30 years as senior pastor of Irving Bible Church in Irving, TX. Under his leadership, the church transitioned to a contemporary style of ministry with a strong emphasis on world missions and the arts. The church has grown from 300 to 3000 adults in three worship services each Sunday, with extensive children’s and youth ministries. Prior to assuming the senior pastorate at IBC,

Andy served as a youth pastor in Washington State and as an associate pastor of a Bible church in Garland, TX. Andy spent his high school years in Paris, TX where his father served as Sr. Minister of a Presbyterian church before earning a ThM from Wheaton College (Wheaton, IL) and a DMin from Dallas Theological Seminary in 1997.

While at Dallas, he received the C. Sumner Wemp Award in personal evangelism as well as the John G. Mitchell Award for outstanding scholarship and effectiveness in Andy is an avid reader, golfer, tennis court rat, Harley rider, and writer, but what he enjoys most is spending time with his grandchildren. Andy, and his wife, Alice, have three daughters, two sons, and two grandchildren, Drew and Maddie Mae.
Notes from the Valley: A Spiritual Travelogue through Cancer
Andy McQuitty officially entered the Valley of the Shadow of Death at 2:58 PM on July 14, 2009, with these post-colonoscopy words from his doctor. "Andy, you have a massive tumor that has broken through the wall of your colon. It's cancer. It's serious. Get in here now."

More than a warning of mortal danger, for Andy and the roughly 1,665,540 new cancer patients diagnosed in America this year, that pronouncement was an emotional and spiritual change of address to the land that David calls the "valley of the shadow of death" in the twenty-third psalm.
Bill & Danielle Ford
Bill and Danielle Ford
Founders - C2Family
Bill and Danielle Ford spent many years in the corporate world. Danielle received her BBA in 1986 and practiced accounting as a CPA until she married Bill in 1993. Bill became a Family Business Specialist through the American College and worked with mostly family owned businesses in wealth management for over 15 years. While helping others build their kingdoms, he found himself lost in the trappings of worldly and material success. They both painfully realized the world was having a bigger impact on their family than they were.

In 2009, God impressed upon Bill and Danielle that they needed to become intentional about changing the outcome for their family. They were in a pit of despair from their own life choices, and their children, all five of them, were quickly becoming casualties of their battle. They were not bad parents, but they realized that their lack of intentionality had left too much to chance. Through an intense process, they found freedom for themselves and redemption for their family. After leaving the corporate world, they committed their lives to helping other families live abundantly and supernaturally through applying God’s truth and real practical tools that families need so desperately. Their utmost desire is for every family to become supernatural, better than natural, as God redeems them as well.

As a result of the redemption and supernatural transformation of their family, C2 Family ministry was created to help other families, pastors and kingdom business owners change culture through the family and the marketplace. Bill and Danielle have become advocates for every form of the family to live in God’s intended purpose. They truly believe that God has a vision for every family and that they have the Godly truths, tools, and process to help them not only discover it but to implement it for the benefit of their family.

Bill and Danielle live in Weatherford, Texas with three teenage children. Two married children have blessed them with five grandchildren and they all believe in the supernatural power of the family.
The Power of Family Vision: Choosing to be Intentional will Change your Family and the Generations to Come
For generations, families in our country have fallen victim to the American Dream: desiring only the freedom to do whatever we want, whenever we want, while working hard to acquire as much stuff as possible. But even those blessed with material wealth have found themselves spiritually impoverished—wandering in a desert devoid of true meaning with a thirst that never seems to go away.

In 2009, Bill and Danielle Ford found themselves in this very situation. It was then that they discovered the one element their family was lacking all along: an awareness of God’s vision and the greater purpose they were meant to achieve—the inner joy and peace that could be found only through the fruits of His abundance.
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