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Monday, September 25, 2023
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Welcome to our show with host Kerby Anderson. His first guest is Mike Nappa. Mike has a new book to share, “Reflections for the Grieving Soul.” His second guest is Lathan Watts from Alliance Defending Freedom. Their topics include how the radical left is weaponizing food and Washington state is abandoning their namesakes principles. Kerby’s final guest is Jesse Wiese  and they’ll discuss Prison Fellowship.

It’s a jam-packed show! Join us for all the information Kerby can pack into two hours!

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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

Guests
Mike Nappa Show Page
Mike Nappa
Author | Writer | Editor | Comforter
Mike Nappa is an award-winning, Arab-American author and editor of Christian books and ministry resources. He holds a master's degree in English, a second master's degree in Bible & Theology, and a bachelor's degree in Christian Education. He is a contributing writer for Crosswalk, Christianity.com and Beliefnet. Mike served in ministry for years and co-authored a number of books with his wife, Amy, before losing her to cancer in 2016. He resides in Colorado, where he continues to write and comfort those who grieve.
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Reflections for the Grieving Soul
The days, weeks, and months after losing someone can feel like drowning. As you navigate life after the funeral, after family has left, as life returns to “normal,” the grief can feel like complete and total helplessness.

When Mike Nappa lost his wife, Amy, to cancer, he desperately asked friends to send Bible verses, which became a lifeline and a source of comfort in his hardest hours.

This collection of those verses, along with Mike’s personal reflections on loss, will bring you comfort when you need it and words to pray when the pain feels overwhelming. Whether you are facing the immediate days after your loss or are wrestling through grief years later, you’ll find a friend for the journey and encouragement for every moment.
Lathan Watts Show Page
Lathan Watts
Vice President of Public Affairs - Alliance Defending Freedom
Lathan Watts is Vice President of Public Affairs for Alliance Defending Freedom, the world’s largest non-profit legal organization. ADF is dedicated to defending religious freedom, freedom of speech, the sanctity of life, marriage and parental rights.
Jesse Wiese Show Page
Jesse Wiese
Vice President of Research and Innovation - Prison Fellowship
Jesse Wiese serves as vice president of research and innovation. He manages the expansion of Prison Fellowship’s Good Citizenship Model™, an innovative approach to measuring success in the prison system. Previously, Jesse served seven-and-a-half years in prison for robbery and later earned his law degree. A Prison Fellowship Academy graduate, he advocates for justice solutions that prioritize human dignity, accountability, and second chances. In 2006, he joined Prison Fellowship as a reentry specialist. After law school, Wiese returned to Prison Fellowship in 2012 as a policy analyst. He has testified before Congress and state legislatures and helped shape criminal justice dialogue through coverage in the Wall Street Journal, Fox News, National Journal, CBN, and more. Wiese, a native of Oklahoma, graduated magna cum laude from Regent University School of Law and earned his bachelor’s degree from Moody Bible Institute. A licensed Virginia attorney, he resides in Chesapeake, Virginia, with his wife and two children.
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Weaponization of Food
New USDA regulations use school-lunch funding to force schools to choose between the laws of man and those of God.
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Washington State and Religious Liberty
By: Lathan Watts - nationalreview.com - September 1, 2023 The Constitution of the United States stands alone in its brilliance at incorporating the Western philosophical precepts of God-given human rights and of limited government instituted ...
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Immigration Industrial Complex
By: Katie Pavlich - townhall.com - September 22, 2023 While the catastrophic crush at the border continues at an unprecedented, unrelenting pace, the old strategy of never letting a good crisis go to waste is ...
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Mayor Changes to Republican
While Dallas has thrived, elsewhere Democratic policies have exacerbated crime and homelessness.
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Classical Learning Test
By: The Editorial Board - wsj.com - September 24, 2023 Could this be a first step in breaking the SAT and ACT duopoly? To see this article in its entirety and to subscribe to others ...
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