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Wednesday, May 22, 2024
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Welcome back! It’s our Wednesday show and today’s host is Kerby Anderson. The first hour brings us two new guests. First is author, speaker, and writer Mark Atteberry. Mark is sharing his newest book, Troublemakers in the Church. Next, Kerby talks with Stacey Womack, founder of Abuse Recovery Ministry Services (ARMS). Stacy brings us her new book, On the Frontlines of Abuse. Kerby’s final guest is Academy Award winner Cuba Gooding, Jr. They will discuss his new dramatically true film, The Firing Squad also staring Kevin Sorbo. In the last half hour Kerby will share the top stories.

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.

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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Mark Atteberry
Award-Winning Author | Speaker | Writer - Coach Preachers at Advance Center for Ministry Training
Mark Atteberry is a multiple award-winning author of both fiction and nonfiction. He’s spent his life in high-impact positions where every word matters. He’s been a pastor, teacher, counselor, and speaker. In 2020, Mark retired after 46 years of preaching and devoted himself completely to writing and coaching aspiring preachers at Advance Center for Ministry Training. Mark lives in Florida with his wife, Marilyn. They have one daughter and two granddaughters that rank among the greatest the world has ever known.
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Troublemakers in the Church: Dealing with the Difficult, the Dangerous, and the Deadly
When people who are part of the church behave in ways that are thoughtless, selfish, and even vicious, then that shining ideal dims drastically and people get wounded, sometimes never to recover. Suddenly, the one place in the community that should symbolize hope and light becomes a house of horror. Why does this happen?

The easy answer is to point an accusing finger at Satan, but what about our own culpability? Troublemakers in the Church: Dealing with the Difficult, the Dangerous, and the Deadly identifies twenty-five types of troublesome church members and offers insights on how to deal with them, while also offering a specific plan for how to build a church culture that manages and minimizes trouble.
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Stacey Womack
Author | Speaker | Teacher | Founder and Executive Director - Abuse Recovery Ministry Services (ARMS)
Stacey Womack founded Abuse Recovery Ministry Services (ARMS) after feeling a call to help survivors of domestic abuse in 1997. Today, she serves as Executive Director and is an expert in the field of domestic violence. She regularly speaks and teaches on a large range of topics including Domestic Violence 101, The Warning Signs of Abuse, Working with Victims and Perpetrators, Secondary Aggression, Barriers for Women of Faith, and Understanding God’s Heart around this domestic abuse. She was the recipient of the Judge Stephen B. Herrell Award in 2012 for Outstanding Collaborative Efforts to End Family Violence. Womack releases her debut book, On the Frontlines of Abuse: Strategies for the Faith Community, in April 2024.
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On The Frontlines of Abuse: Strategies for the Faith Community
Have you been confused about what constitutes domestic abuse? Do you have questions about how domestic violence relates to the faith community? Have you felt lost in how to deal with this issue in your church, your community, or family?

Abuse Recovery Ministry & Services (ARMS) has twenty-seven years of experience in working with both victims and offenders of abuse. Learn from vast knowledge and first-hand experience how to better recognize abusive relationships, how to determine who is the primary aggressor, how to keep victims safe, and how to hold abusive people accountable. Understand what God would want you to do and not do when trying to help others.
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Cuba Gooding, Jr.
Actor in Film and on Stage | Philanthropist | Writer | Director
Cuba Gooding, Jr. is an accomplished actor known for his dynamic and charismatic performances on both stage and screen. Born on January 2, 1968, in The Bronx, New York, Gooding, Jr. comes from a family with a rich history in the entertainment industry. He began his acting career at a young age and quickly established himself as a talented performer with a range of skills that allowed him to tackle various roles.

Over the years, Gooding, Jr. has appeared in numerous films and television shows, earning critical acclaim and widespread recognition for his work, most notably his roles include his Academy Award-winning performance as Rod Tidwell in "Jerry Maguire," as well as "Boyz n the Hood," "A Few Good Men" and "As Good as It Gets." In addition, he starred in what he believes to be his greatest accomplishment and fan favorite reiterated to him personally during his travels around the globe — the theatrically released production of Master Chief Carl Brashear's life, entitled “Men of Honor."

Gooding, Jr. has also had success on Broadway, earning a Tony Award nomination for his roles in "The Trip to Bountiful" as well as two consecutive runs as Billy Flynn in the acclaimed production of the musical "Chicago," both on Broadway and the west-end stage in London, UK.

Beyond his work as an actor, Gooding, Jr. is also known for his philanthropy, particularly in cancer research and education. He has been involved with numerous charities and organizations, including the American Cancer Society and the Boys & Girls Clubs of America. With his talent, charm and dedication to giving back, Gooding, Jr. is truly a star in every sense of the word — not the least of which was established when he received his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame during publicity for the theatrical release of "Snow Dogs."

Next up is a cavalcade of feature projects in addition to serialized tales Gooding, Jr. wrote or is lending his acting skills to. He is also looking to direct again.
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The Firing Squad: From Darkness to Redemption: Witness the Power of Faith | Official Trailer
This year's Million Souls campaign theme aligns with the release of 'The Firing Squad,' featuring Cuba Gooding Jr. and Kevin Sorbo. The film chronicles the true story of prisoners who discover faith amid life-threatening circumstances. It reminds us that we all confront "firing squads" - challenges - yet with faith, these challenges can lead us to life.
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The Firing Squad
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