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Tuesday, May 15, 2018
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Kerby Anderson hosts this Tuesday. His first guest is Antonia Okafor. Next up are Kent Parks & Justin Long from Beyond. They will be discussing the International Day of Prayer For the Unreached. Max Lucado is Kerby’s final guest. They’ll talk about Max’s new book, “Unshakable Hope: Building Our Lives on the Promises of God“.

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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

Antonia Okafor Show Page
Antonia Okafor
Speaker, Gun Rights Activist - Founder & CEO of emPOWERed
Antonia Okafor is a media personality, gun rights activist and the founder and CEO of emPOWERed, a national student organization that seeks to equip young women to educate, train and advocate for their rights to defend themselves on and off campus and to let go of the modern feminist mindset that seeks to leave them as victims. Antonia is also a Sinclair Contributor and political commentator. She regularly speaks on college campuses around the nation about female empowerment and gun ownership. She is also the current Miss Dallas International 2018. Antonia is regularly on Fox News, CNN, and BBC as a commentator on the second amendment, feminism and immigration issues. Her video with Prager University has garnered over 10 million views. In the video she chronicles her journey from the Left to the Right. A born again Christian, Antonia believes that our God given right to Life and to defend that life must always be protected.

Prager U video (you can play audio on radio for audience) https://youtu.be/MydjXCHoLo0
Max Lucado Show Page
Max Lucado
Author & Pastor - Oak Hills Church
Max Lucado’s childhood was both idyllic and simple. Max was raised in Andrews, Texas, a town with a population smaller than the current membership of Oak Hills Church. Max’s dad was an oilfield mechanic and his mother a nurse. He spent much of his childhood chasing or being chased by his beloved brother Dee. Once Max became a teenager, rebellion kicked in. After one specific drunken night, Max began to wonder if there was more to life than parties and chasing girls. He believes now that if Jesus hadn’t changed his heart, alcoholism would have been in his future.

During undergraduate studies at Abilene Christian University (ACU), Max grew to realize God was bigger—and better—than any rebellion. Max left ACU with two degrees and a heart for telling others about God and his faithfulness. Max’s first ministry assignment was as the associate pastor of a small church in Miami, Florida. In that position he developed his passion for people, ministry, and writing. He began writing when he was assigned a column in the church’s weekly newsletter.

While in Florida Max married Denalyn, now his wife of more than three decades. Max and Denalyn moved to Rio de Janeiro in 1983 to help plant churches. During their five years in Brazil, Max continued to write, updating friends and family back home about their ministry. Eventually Max gathered the Brazil newsletters and Florida columns into a manuscript and sent it off to fifteen publishers. After multiple rejection letters, one publisher finally said yes. In honor of his four decades of pastoring and publishing, Abilene Christian University has become home to the Max Lucado Collection. A curated collection of Max’s manuscripts, journals and personal correspondence are archived and displayed at ACU’s Brown Library.

Max and Denalyn live in San Antonio, Texas, and have three grown daughters, two sons-in-law, and two grandchildren.
Unshakable Hope:
Is what you’re anchored to stronger than what you’re going through? The answer to that question changes everything. In Unshakable Hope, pastor and New York Times bestselling author Max Lucado offers encouraging, practical guidance for overcoming difficult circumstances and gaining inner peace, building resolve, and walking into a better future

We’ve never been more educated and entertained. We have technological tools our parents could only dream of, and we are saturated with information, amusement, and recreation. Yet more than ever, we are starving for hope. In fact, more people than ever are orchestrating their own deaths. In America alone, the suicide rate has increased 24 percent in fewer than twenty years. If a disease saw such a spike, it would be deemed an epidemic. People are dying from a lack of hope.

After forty years of counseling and ministry, Max Lucado has learned that nothing lifts the desperate, weary heart like the promises of God. In a world full of despair, depression, anxiety, and instability, we do not need more opinions or hunches; we need the definitive declarations of our mighty and loving God.

Unshakable Hope examines twelve of God’s promises that Max has turned to over the years to encourage himself and others. Each chapter explores one significant promise and reveals how it will equip you to overcome challenging circumstances, experience lasting security, and make wise decisions.

What are you anchored to—the circumstances of life or the promises of God? For every problem in life, God has given you a promise. Join Max as he takes a closer look at Scripture’s unbreakable promises and shows you how to live with an unshakable hope.
Kent Parks Show Page
Kent Parks
President and CEO - Beyond
Kent Parks is President and CEO of Beyond. Kent and his wife Erika worked among Muslims in Asia for 20 years. They regularly lead church planting movement trainings around the world. He also equips people to better understand mission strategy, biblical theology, and the biblical
basis of missions. Previously, he served as a strategy coordinator for launching movements among unreached people groups (UPGs) in Southeast Asia. He has also developed trans-national, trans-denominational networks at various levels. Kent is Co-Facilitator for Ethne—ethne.net—(a global network of UPG-focused leaders), is a part of the World Evangelical Alliance Mission Commission, and is Senior Associate for Least Reached Peoples with the Lausanne Committee on World Evangelization.
Kent pastored in Texas for seven years before going to the mission field. He has been a seminary professor and the academic dean of a seminary and has also taught internationally in graduate schools. He earned his B.A. in English and History from Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, Texas as well as his M.Div. and Ph.D. from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas.
Kent and Erika have two adult daughters also serving the Lord.
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International Day for the Unreached
An alliance of evangelistic ministries is calling on all Christians to participate in the second International Day for the Unreached on May 20, 2018. Join and be a part of churches, radio stations, media and individual believers as the voice of advocacy for people who have yet to hear the gospel.
Justin Long Show Page
Justin Long
Director of Global Research - Beyond
Justin Long is a global missions researcher. He presently serves with Beyond as Director of Global Research, maintaining the Global District Survey and the Global Movement Index. He helps compile movement case studies and people cluster forecasts, and edits The Long View weekly missions trends analysis.



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