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Wednesday, February 24, 2021
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Penna Dexter is guest hosting today! For the first hour, Jill Glover joins Penna in studio to talk about the legislative priorities for Texas. Up next Penna welcomes Patti Garibay. They’ll talk about American Heritage Girls. Then she’ll speak with Judson Lamos about the 18.26 Network. Penna’s final guest is producer, writer, and director, Matt Green. They’ll talk about his new film, “The Man from Nowhere.

It’s an extra special show. Please don’t miss it.

Penna Dexter
Penna Dexter
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Point of View Co-Host, Penna Dexter frequently sits in as guest host for Kerby Anderson. Her weekly commentaries air on the Bott Radio Network. Penna’s heart is in educating and encouraging Christians to influence the culture and politics. She worked as a consultant overseeing the launch and production of the Family Research Council’s nationally syndicated radio program, Washington Watch Weekly. For eight yearsRead More

Jill Glover Show Page
Jill Glover
State Republican Executive Committeewoman for SD 12 - Chair of the SREC Legislative Priorities Committee
Jill is the State Republican Executive Committeewoman for SD 12 and chair of the SREC Legislative Priorities Committee. She is a precinct chair and election judge; is a board member of the Flower Mound Area Republican Club and served as the chair of the Denton County Conservative Coalition vetting committee. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor and has testified on religious liberty bills before our state legislature. She has taught community college psychology and sociology courses. Jill is particularly interested in protecting our religious liberties, protecting children, and preserving Republican principles. She and her husband have one grown son.
Patti Garibay Show Page
Patti Garibay
Founder | Executive Director - American Heritage Girls
For more than two decades, Patti Garibay has been at the forefront of countering the culture by leading girls and women to creating lives of integrity. She is the founder and executive director of American Heritage Girls (AHG), a national Christ-centered leadership and character development program. She helps thousands of girls discover their true identity and purpose in Christ through AHG’s transformative programming.

Prior to creating AHG, Patti served for 12 years as an active leader and volunteer in Girl Scouts USA (GSUSA). She was highly influential in sharing the gospel with her troop in West Chester, Ohio. In response to significant changes in the direction of GSUSA in 1993, the course of Patti’s life changed. She heard the voice of God call her to start something new. Patti drew strength from her wealth of leadership opportunities, her love for her country, and her passion for youth development to take a leap of faith in starting AHG in 1995. Today AHG stands strong with over 52,000 members globally. There are AHG Troops in all 50 states and 15 countries through the Trailblazer Program.

With fearlessness and authenticity, Patti inspires and motivates audiences with her wisdom and experience with raising Godly girls, following God’s calling, and teaching youth to serve. She is the host of the Raising Godly Girls daily one-minute radio feature found on thousands of radio stations across the nation. Through her work with AHG, Patti continues to create innovative ways to break barriers in reaching girls for Christ amid today’s culture.

Patti is the author of Why Curse the Darkness When You Can Light A Candle?, which is a story of trust and obedience to inspire those who desire to make Kingdom impact yet struggle with the fear of inadequacy.
Judson Lamos Show Page
Judson Lamos
CEO | Chief Executive Director - 18.26 Newwork
Jud was born in Northern New York close to where the Vermont and Canadian borders meet. He graduated from Houghton College in 1975 with a B.A. in English/Writing. After graduation he married Jan who had just graduated from Thomas Jefferson University with a BSN in nursing. That next year Jud attended SUNY Binghamton for Southwest Asia/North Africa interdisciplinary studies while Jan started work.

In 1978 Jud finished an M.A. in Comparative Politics and Political Theory at Temple University in Philadelphia. In 1979 Jud joined the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America, Local 542, and started a four-year apprentice program in the carpenter/millwright trades. In 1986 Jud was working as a Civil Craft Supervisor for Bechtel Power when Operation Mobilization called and asked Jud and Jan to consider joining them as career missionaries.

Jud had worked with OM for two years between his junior and senior years of college. After much prayer and counsel, Jud and Jan joined OM in 1987. In 1990 Jud and Jan joined MTW and worked out of the home office until 1995 when they applied for overseas service. In 1998 Jud and Jan moved to Turkey and in 2001 they moved to Belgium. They continued to live in Belgium when Jud became the International Director for Enterprise in 2006. Jan started a ministry to Enterprise women that same year.

Jud stepped down as the ID for Enterprise in June 2016. He is presently the CEO of a new mission, the 18.26 Network. The 18.26 Network is linked to MTW and focused on the deployment of a new missions force of men and women doing vocational ministry as part of their normal, secular work. This rapidly growing ministry provides connecting, coaching and caring services for the 18.26 Network members.
Matt Green Show Page
Matt Green
Producer | Writer | Director
Matt is a producer, writer, and director who began his career working on music videos in the late 1990s. This led to producing the live-to-tape concert series of the widely popular United We Funk All-Stars, hosted by nationally renowned radio personality Tom Joyner. He produced the award-winning inspirational film No Greater Love, which was released by Lionsgate worldwide. Other than THE MAN FROM NOWHERE, Matt also has two feature films in pre-production: RECKONING, a faith-based western, and the suspense film THE LADY IN THE TUNNEL. With a BA in Business and an MA in Communication, he oversees the Cinema & Digital Arts emphasis at a liberal arts university in Los Angeles, where he has overseen the first practical media arts degree online in the country.
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