Join our host, Kerby Anderson as he brings biblical insight to today’s world. Kerby’s first guest is Dai Sup Han who will join Kerby to talk about Promise Keepers and their local prayer events. Next Afshin Ziafat who will join Kerby in studio to discuss his journey, as a former muslim, to Christ. Kerby’s final guest is Jerry Newcombe, whose topic is “God in the public arena.”
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Dai Sup is the Founder and National Facilitator of Prayer Surge NOW (PSN), www.PrayerSurgeNOW.net. Since 2007, PSN has been serving as a national conference call prayer ministry with multiple partner ministries across America, including during weekly Saturday morning prayer calls. PSN has been instrumental in convening intercessors across the nation towards ongoing prayers for transforming revival through repentance, holiness, obedience, reconciliation, and unity within the Church of America and beyond.
Dai Sup has been trained in ministry and Bible through Youth With A Mission (YWAM) in Kona, Hawaii and Tyler, Texas, and has served on staff with YWAM Chico in Northern California. As a YWAM student/missionary, he has served in various cities within our nation as well as foreign locations including Hong Kong, Thailand, Cambodia, Brazil, and Mexico. While on staff in Chico, Dai Sup’s responsibilities included networking congregations and ministries, facilitating city-wide prayer events, and coordinating local outreach opportunities for YWAM students in training.
Dai Sup was born in Seoul, Korea and grew up in New York City and Los Angeles Area. He has 24 years of high school teaching experience in California and Japan. He currently lives in Colorado with his wife, Jill, and their two children.
Jerry does a radio program, which is generally 15 minutes by phone with a Christian leader on a particular issue. Guests have included Dinesh D’Souza, Michelle Malkin, Ben Kinchlow, Joni, Ted Baehr, Del Tackett, Gary Bauer, David Limbaugh, Jim DeMint, etc. (www.jerrynewcombe.com or www.gracenetradio.com)
Jerry was married in Norway, in the home church of his wife, Kirsti, whom he met in the registration line at Wheaton Grad School 2 years earlier. Their wedding vows were bilingual: “Ja, I do.” 38 years later, they are blessed with two children, and three grandchildren.