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Tuesday, June 5, 2018
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Today’s dynamic show is led by Kerby Anderson. His guests today are Kent Edwards and Jay Jusino. Kent is Founder & CEO of CrossTalk Global and is dedicated to equipping ‘biblical communicators, so that every culture can hear God’s voice.” And Jay, an educator and author has a new book, “Truth is Fallen in the Street.”

In addition to the latest news, these very current topics will make this a “not to be missed” show!!

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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

Kent Edwards Show Page
J. Kent Edwarads, PhD, DMin
Founder & CEO - CrossTalk Global
Dr. Edwards’ ambition is to change people’s lives with the Word of God and equip others to do the same. Kent is known for his passion for preaching, and brings over 30 years of Christian leadership experience, as a senior pastor, church planter, and educator in both North American and international contexts. He is a popular conference and seminar speaker and preaches and regularly lectures nationally and internationally.

Dr. Kent Edwards has pastored in Canada and the USA for over 30 years and currently serves as the tenured Professor of Preaching & Leadership at Talbot School of Theology / BIOLA University, and as Founder/CEO of CrossTalk Global. Kent directed the Doctor of Ministry Programs at Talbot School of Theology and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary for 13 years while serving as Executive Board Member of the Association for Doctor of Ministry Education, and founder/editor of The Journal of Christian Ministry. His also the past president and longtime board member of the Evangelical Homiletics Society.

Dr. Edwards is the Founder/CEO of CrossTalk Global. Founded in 2013, this evangelical non-profit organization is currently equipping church leaders in 8 countries and four continents how to understand and effectively communicate the Bible to their home cultures. CrossTalk’s innovative educational strategy and emphasis on equipping local leaders is designed to start movements that transform cultures with God’s Word.

Dr. Edwards has authored two award-winning books: Effective First-Person Biblical Preaching (Zondervan, 2005) and Deep Preaching (Broadman & Holman, 2009). Kent has also contributed to It’s All in How You Tell it (Baker, 2003), The Art & Craft of Biblical Preaching (Zondervan, 2009), Models for Biblical Preaching (Baker2014) and Serving the Word (Wipf & Stock, 2015). As a member of the Speakers Bureau for Convene, Kent teaches Christian C-suite executives how to create and strategically deploy narratives to accelerate their companies, while growing in their appreciation of the stories of Scripture.

Kent has earned the degrees of Bachelor of Theology (Ambrose University), Master of Divinity (Tyndale Seminary), Doctor of Ministry (Denver Seminary), and a Ph.D. in Intercultural Education (Biola University). Kent’s D.Min dissertation focused on communicating Old Testament narrative literature, while his Ph.D. dissertation was on effective intercultural leadership.

Kent has been married to Nola for thirty-six years. They have two grown sons.
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CrossTalk Global
1. People Need the Bible

2. People Need Help Understanding the Bible

3. God communicates Person-to-Person

4. The Global Need
Jay Jusino Show Page
Jay Jusino
Teacher, Staff Development and Curriculum Director - Author
Jay Jusino earned a B.S. in Applied Biology and a B.S. in Biology Education from Ferris State University in Big Rapids, MI. Jay started his teaching career at an alternative school and has since taught in regular public, charter, and Christian schools, totaling 20 years in education. Jay was married to Christy in 1998 and is a thankful husband and father of seven children, all of whom are homeschooled. Educated himself in both state and Christian colleges, Jay has experienced the full gamut of pedagogical philosophy and methodology, giving him a uniquely comprehensive perspective on the subject of education and teaching. Jay works at an international Christian school in Suwanee, GA, where he acts as a science teacher, staff development director, and curriculum director.
Truth is Fallen in the Street
Parents send their children to school, and students attend school, with the expectation that they will receive knowledge, and that this knowledge will be the key to unlocking their future potential. The Bible teaches clearly that it is the fear of the Lord that is the beginning of knowledge (Prov. 1:7). As such, acknowledgement of God is fundamental to any and all knowledge-based pedagogy. To teach academic subjects apart from Christ, in whom are hidden all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge (1 Co. 2:3), is to fundamentally disconnect the world we all see and live in from the One it was created by and for. In this work, the Christian teacher in the public setting is challenged to re-examine his/her fundamental pedagogical approach in light of the premise of Proverbs 1:7 and Colossians 2:3.
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