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Wednesday, July 22, 2020
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Host Kerby Anderson takes the first hour to share the news from today’s headlines and he will share it with a biblical perspective. Kerby’s first guest is Brian Masters. They’ll discuss Hope Coffee. After bringing us a mid-week update, he will speak with Timothy Mahoney, director, producer, and founder of Thinking Man Films. Tim will share his newest film: “The Red Sea Miracle II.” Kerby’s final guest is Daniel Sanabria with Youth For Christ, whose calling is addressing the needs of at-risk teens.

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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

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Brian Masters
President - HOPE Coffee
Brian Masters is the President of HOPE Coffee, a coffee company with a heart for missions. God used his ministry training and business experience to lead a small team of business-minded missionaries to launch HOPE Coffee in the US in 2010. Great tasting, high quality coffee is the fuel used to create this ministry business model that many enjoy in their homes, churches, places of employment or the HOPE Coffee shop at Dallas Theological Seminary. HOPE Coffee exists to invest its profits in gospel-focused social justice projects in Honduras, Guatemala, and Mexico. Brian and his wife, Jennifer have three daughters and live in Mesquite, Texas.
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Timothy Mahoney
Director | Founder - Thinking Man Films
Timothy Mahoney is the director of Patterns of Evidence: The Moses Controversy. Tim is the founder of Thinking Man Films and previously produced the award-winning documentary Patterns of Evidence: The Exodus, a 12-year investigation he undertook after going through a crisis of faith while investigating the historical credibility of the Exodus and Conquest. Patterns of Evidence: The Exodus, was released nationwide and was internationally distributed on Netflix and other networks.

Tim’s career in media began in 1980 with the development of a recording studio and music record label. In 1989 Tim started his own advertising agency, which produced over a thousand commercials and videos, including two national TV specials. In 2014 Tim founded Thinking Man Films & Media, an international documentary and publishing company with a focus on exploring some the biggest questions of the past and what they mean for our world today.

A native Minnesotan, Tim’s hobbies include folk music and outdoor activities. Tim and Jill have been married 40 years. They have four (4) married children and eight (8) grandchildren.
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The Red Sea Miracle II
Tim Mahoney investigates one of the greatest miracles of the Bible. Did a mighty sea split? What secrets will be revealed?

After leaving Egypt, the Bible describes the Israelites crossing a deep sea that was miraculously split with walls of water on their right and left. When the Egyptians and their chariot force pursued, the water came crashing back down to destroy the entire army. Are miracles of this kind even possible?

Skeptics contend that no evidence has ever been found for huge numbers of people crossing the wilderness or a mighty sea. Does the lack of evidence at the traditional sites mean the events didn’t happen, or might we have been looking in wrong places all along?

Join Timothy Mahoney in the next chapter of the series as he retraces the steps of Moses and the Israelites, looking for answers in Patterns of Evidence: The Red Sea Miracle Part 1 & 2.

Hear ideas from all sides of the debate as you journey back to the lands of the Bible in search of answers to one of the Bible’s biggest mysteries; where is the lost sea of the Exodus, and what really happened there? Can a patterns approach help to solve the problem?
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Daniel Sanabria
Executive Director - Youth For Christ New York City
Daniel is a born and raised New Yorker who lives in Brooklyn with his family. Daniel brings a wealth of leadership and experience from the youth ministry landscape across New York City. In addition to leading youth ministry networks that impact hundreds of churches across the five boroughs of NYC, he’s also the founder of a youth led prayer initiative called God Belongs in My City. Under his leadership, this initiative has spread to 80 cities across the U.S. and now to other countries around the world. Daniel is excited to lead our YFC team as we launch our initial ministry effort in New York City around Juvenile Justice. He’s excited to leverage his experience in the city and his vast network with local churches to raise up caring volunteers to come alongside kids in tough places before, during and after incarceration. Daniel has his B.A from King’s College in Business and Marketing and has been in full-time ministry for 15 years.
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Every day at thousands of community centers, high schools, middle schools, juvenile institutions, coffee shops, and local hangouts, YFC staff and volunteers meet with young people who need Jesus. Our focus as a movement is on multiplying fruitful and sustainable ministry sites across the nation and around the world.
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