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Tuesday, September 25, 2018
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Host of Point of View, Kerby Anderson is joined in the first hour by co-host Kathy Ward.

Maggie Steber, an internationally known documentary photographer, will talk to Kerby and Kathy about her article in National Geographic, “The Story of a Face.”

And then, Raymond Harris will be in-studio to share his newest book, “Business By Design.”

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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

Kathy Ward Show Page
Kathy Ward
Consultant & Co-Host - JP, Kathy and The Crew
Kathy Ward, a proud native Texan, is a consultant and the co-host of JP, Kathy and The Crew, a daily radio talkshow from 8-9am on KBDT 1160 AM. Kathy served as Collin County Commissioner - Precinct 4 for several years and during her time on the Commissioners Court she focused on crucial issues such as keeping taxes low, transportation, healthcare and mental health. Kathy was a former Special Education teacher at Plano East Senior High where she also coached the PESH Golden Girls. She spent time as a certified Dale Carnegie Instructor as well. She has been actively involved in politics in numerous leadership roles at the local, state and national levels for almost three decades now. Kathy was the first woman to be elected to serve as Collin County Republican Party Chairman. She held numerous leadership roles with the Texas Young Republican Federation such as Chairman, Vice Chairman and as a National Committeewoman for the Young Republican National Federation. Kathy is a graduate of Leadership Plano Class XIV and served two terms as a Plano Community Relations Commissioner. She was also a board member of Plano Youth Leadership. She is a recipient of the Dixie Clem Award and has been named as an Inside Collin County Business “Collin County People of Influence.” Kathy was honored to be part of the Texas Delegation at the 2000 Republican National Convention. She cheered professionally for the Dallas Sidekicks and was a Strutter at Southwest Texas State University now Texas State University. Kathy has volunteered for a wide variety of organizations over the decades including national organizations like Big Brothers and Big Sisters, Special Olympics, CASA and Boy Scouts of America. She has volunteered for many roles for her daughter and son's activities such as SMS cheer coach, library mom, class reading mom, and Cub Scout leader just to name a few. Kathy is a dedicated community leader, wife to Michael Wiseman and considers her daughter and son her greatest blessings.
Maggie Steber
Documentary Photographer | Educator | Photo Editor
Maggie Steber is an internationally known documentary photographer, educator and photo editor whose work has appeared in major magazines, newspapers and book anthologies as well as national and international exhibitions. She has worked in 68 countries specializing in telling the stories of underrepresented people. Best known for her photo essays in National Geographic Magazine and her humanistic documentation of Haiti, she published Dancing on Fire: Photographs from Haiti with Aperture. Her nine-year project on her mother’s melancholic voyage through memory loss was made into a multimedia presentation by MediaStorm and won a Webby award.

In her career Steber has worked as a picture editor for Associated Press, a contract photographer for Newsweek, and as the Director of Photography at The Miami Herald. Steber is a member of VII Photo Agency. Her photographs are included in the Library of Congress and she exhibits internationally. She has received three grants for her work and numerous awards.

Her clients are found all over the globe.
A Face Transplant Transformed Katie’s Life
By: Joanna Connors - nationalgeographic.com - September 2018 This story is difficult to look at. Yet we are asking you to go on the remarkable journey of how a young woman received a face transplant ...
Katie's New Face - Video
We use our faces to kiss, to speak, to express our emotions. What would we do without a face? This short film tells the incredible story of Katie Stubblefield’s face transplant. It's the journey of a devoted family confronting the agony of waiting for a donor, the pins and needles of a 31-hour surgery, and the prospect of a long road to recovery and irrevocably altered lives.
Raymond Harris Show Page
Raymond Harris
Architect | Author | Executive Movie Producer | Venture Capitalist
Raymond Harris is a practicing architect, author, executive movie producer and venture capitalist in God’s kingdom.

In 1983, he established what has become one of the most prolific American architectural firms specializing in corporate architecture. The firm was ranked as the number 2 retail design firm according to McGraw-Hill's Architectural Record magazine in 2013, 2014, 2015.

Raymond graduated first in his class from The University of Oklahoma, where he was the Outstanding Senior in the College of Architecture. He is a Board Member of The University of Oklahoma College of Architecture and he was selected as the Outstanding Alumni 2013-2014.

He co-founded the Christian Economic Forum, is a founding partner of the Global Cities Movement Day efforts in NYC, and is extensively involved in international sustainable community development projects in Africa and Asia.

He is chairman of the Board of Erwin Brothers Entertainment, board member of OnQ (Tech Company), Movement.Org, and previously on the boards of Crown Financial Ministries, OMF International (formerly the China Inland Mission founded in 1865) and Pine Cove Camps.

Raymond has authored The Heart of Business and Business by Design. He is an executive producer for movies distributed by Sony Pictures and Lions Gate Entertainment with the most recent hit movie, I Can Only Imagine. Raymond has hiked all of the Continental U.S. National Parks and served as a scoutmaster for 13 years.

Raymond and Marydel are blessed by their four adult children, their spouses, and six grandchildren.
Business by Design: Applying God's Wisdom for True Success
You don't need to quit your day job to serve God.

Do you find it difficult to work with joy? Do you have a hard time with coworkers? Is your identity wrapped up in your job?

Many Christian leaders struggle to bridge the gap between the sacred and the secular - particularly at work. Raymond Harris addressed this dilemma and found true success as one of the most prolific American architects.

Business by Design draws upon biblical principles and life experiences to help you:
+ avoid the swirl of busyness and develop an eternity-driven mind-set.
+ exceed worldly standards and demonstrate generosity, compassion, forgiveness, and diligence.
+look beyond your own needs and use profits to promote God's kingdom.
+ let go of feeling you're not doing enough for God and recognize your service to Him at work.

The teachings and example of Jesus can transform your professional life and make you more effective in the workplace. Join your faith and work, and discover your ultimate purpose.
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