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Tuesday, September 26, 2023
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Today is our Tuesday show with Kerby Anderson! He welcomes two brand new guests, and on either side of them, he brings us today’s top stories. His first guest is Christopher Beth. Christopher joins him in the studio, where they’ll discuss The Bucket Ministry, which provides the love of Jesus and clean water solutions to communities in need around the world.

Kerby’s second guest is Peter Rosenberger. Peter is a seasoned author and syndicated radio show host who speaks fluent “caregiver” for navigating his wife Gracie’s ongoing medical nightmare. Peter brings Kerby his new book, A Minute for Caregivers to share with us.

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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

Guests
Christopher Beth Show Page
Christopher Beth
Founder | Chief Storyteller | Director - The Bucket Ministry
Christopher Beth is the Founder, Chief Storyteller and Director of The Bucket Ministry, a nonprofit organization that works to provide the love of Jesus and clean water solutions to communities in need around the world.

Prior to founding The Bucket Ministry, Christopher worked as a business consultant. He had no intentions to enter full-time ministry until he accompanied his then-high school daughter on a mission trip to the Brazilian Amazon in 2012.

While on the first stop on the Amazon River, Christopher witnessed the devastating effects of a lack of access to clean water on communities there when a woman asked him if he was thirsty. He watched her grab glasses, walk to the edge of the river and collect two dirty cups of water. Realizing he couldn’t drink this contaminated water, it was in this moment he heard the Lord say to him, “Help them.”

He returned home from the mission trip with a conviction to somehow merge the two great scarcities of God and water into one ministry. Thus, The Bucket Ministry was born.

Since founding The Bucket Ministry in 2015, Christopher has expanded the ministry’s work beyond the Amazon to actively evangelize and provide water filters to over 20 countries. The Bucket Ministry’s mission is to share God’s love through the gift of safe, clean, drinking water; and Christopher has every intention to realize that mission in every place lacking its spiritual and physical blessings.
Peter Rosenberger Show Page
Peter Rosenberger
Author | Radio Show Host | Pianist - Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger is a seasoned author and syndicated radio show host who speaks fluent “caregiver” after having navigated his wife Gracie’s ongoing medical nightmare. His syndicated broadcast Hope for the Caregiver is heard weekly on 200 U.S. stations. His fourth book, “A Minute for Caregivers: When Every Day Feels Like Monday” was released into print and e-books, May 30, 2023. Peter is an accomplished pianist and often incorporates his expressive style of music into his presentations as he entertains, inspires, and challenges audiences from all walks of life.
A Minute for Caregivers: When Everyday Feels Like Monday
Family caregivers struggle with keeping their heads above water while caring for an impaired loved one. Most caregivers feel their well-being is sacrificed for the wellbeing of their loved ones. Hanging on until their loved one passes away is simply not acceptable for a caregiver to live a healthy life. Caregivers can live a life of meaning—and not just simply survive. A Minute for Caregivers offers families with special needs children, aging parents, wounded warriors, trauma victims, mental illness, addiction, and any other chronic impairment will receive “just in time” practical, emotional, and spiritual help in dealing with the (often) traumatic challenges of caring for an impaired loved one.
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