Today’s host is our own Kerby Anderson. His first guest is Dr. Jerry Newcombe. They’ll talk about the documentary “What if the Bible Had Never Been Written?”
Kerby’s second hour guest is author Tim Elmore. They’ll discuss Tim’s new book, “I Can’t Wait: 52 Stories of Kids Who Changed Their World.”
It’s an exceptional show. Call with your thoughts and comments. Call in-studio at 800-351-1212 or you can ask questions on Facebook by clicking on the link: facebook.com/pointofviewradio.
Jerry earned his B.A. in history with honors at Tulane University (1978), his M.A. with honors in communications at Wheaton Graduate School (1983), and his D. Min. (Doctorate of Ministry) from Knox Theological Seminary (2008).
For D. James Kennedy Ministries, Jerry has produced or co-produced more than 80 television documentaries dealing with a variety of issues from a Christian perspective. Jerry is the author or co-author of 33 books, including 17 written with Dr. D. James Kennedy and one with Dr. Peter Lillback. Jerry has appeared on numerous talk shows, including Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher (ABC-TV), In the Market with Janet Parshall, The Eric Metaxas Show, and Point of View. He has also appeared on Moody Radio, TBN, Fox News Channel, Fox Business Channel, and C-Span2’s “Book Notes.”
Jerry is an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church of America (PCA) and serves as an assistant pastor at New Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Wilton Manors, FL. Jerry and his wife Kirsti have been happily married since 1980. They have two children and three grandchildren and reside in South Florida.
He has published over 35 books, including Habitudes: Images That Form Leadership Habits and Attitudes, The Eight Paradoxes of Great Leadership: Embracing the Conflicting Demands of Today’s Workplace, and A New Kind of Diversity: Making the Different Generations on Your Team a Competitive Advantage.
Dr. Elmore has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, USA Today, and Psychology Today, and has been featured on FOX News, Fox & Friends, and CNN’s Headline News.
He and his wife, Pam, have two adult children and live outside of Atlanta. Learn more about Tim and his work at TimElmore.com and his nonprofit at growingleaders.com.
These kids, ages 5 to 24, showed the rest of the world what can be done by youth who catch a vision.These stories are designed to spark conversations between family members, teachers and students, coaches and athletes and youth leaders and kids.