Point of View for February 25, 2015 : William Graham Tillian Tchividjian, John Ortberg

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Podcast ThumbnailToday our in-studio guest is Tillian Tchividjian, Senior Pastor of Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida and author of the book, It is Finished which he will tell us more about. Our second hour guest is author John Ortberg. He will discuss his book, All the Places to Go…How Will You Know? “John is also Senior Pastor at Menlo Park Presbyterian Church in Northern California.




Point of View for February 24, 2015 : Greg Laurie, Dr. Jim Burns

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Podcast ThumbnailToday on Point of View, Kerby welcomes Pastor Greg Laurie in studio. Pastor Laurie tells us more about his evangelistic crusade at AT&T Stadium coming up later this year. In the second hour, author Dr. Jim Burns joins us to talk about his book, Getting Ready for Marriage: A Practical Road Map for Your Journey Together.




Point of View for February 23, 2015 : Dr. Alveda King, Dr. Wayne Grudem

Monday, February 23, 2015

Podcast ThumbnailToday’s show is an encore presentation, Kerby welcomes in studio Dr. Alveda King. She is the Director of African American Outreach for Gospel of Life and the niece of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. She will be discussing her book “King Rules: Ten Truths for You, Your Family, and Our nation to Prosper.” In the second hour, Dr. Wayne Grudem, Research Professor of Theology and Biblical Studies at Phoenix Seminary in Phoenix, talks about his book ‘The Poverty of Nations: A Sustainable Solution.





Point of View for February 20, 2015 : Weekend Edition, Kassie Dulin, Debbie Georgatos

Friday, February 20, 2015

Podcast ThumbnailHappy Friday! At Point of View, that means that it’s our Weekend Edition show. This week, joining Kerby at the table are Kassie Dulin, Director of Legal Communications at Liberty Institute and Debbie Georgatos. We invite you to join the conversation as Kerby and the team share their point of view on the news from this week.





Point of View for February 19, 2015 : David Shenk, Dr. David Murray

Thursday, February 19, 2015

Podcast ThumbnailOn Point of View today, Kerby speaks with David Shenk, author of the book Christian. Muslim. Friend. Even in an era of intense religious conflict, David Shenk says yes, Christians and Muslims can be real, true friends. He tells us more about this. In the second hour, we hear from author, Dr. David Murray. He is the author of The Happy Christian: Ten Ways To Be a Joyful Believer in a Gloomy World.  He is also professor of Old Testament and Practical Theology at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary and pastor of the Free Reformed Church in Grand Rapids, MI.



Point of View for February 18, 2015 : David Benham, Jason Benham, Dr. Patrick Morley

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Podcast ThumbnailToday on Point of View, Kerby welcomes in-studio, the Benham brothers; retired professional baseball players and acclaimed  entrepreneurs, David and Jason. They chat about their book, Whatever the Cost. In the next hour, author Patrick Morley joins Kerby by phone to talk about his book, The Man in the Mirror.





Point of View for February 17, 2015 : Penna Dexter, Christine Harbin Hanson, Dan Gainor, Frank Wolf

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Podcast ThumbnailJoining Penna Dexter on Point of View today is the Christine Harbin Hanson who is the Federal Affairs Manager for Americans For Prosperity. She will be telling us more about net neutrality and how and why the government taking over the internet would be bad for America. Our guest in the second hour is Dan Gainor, Vice President of Business & Culture at the Media Research Center also talks about how “net neutrality” and a “free and open internet” could actually significantly harm free speech and could cost the economy billions of dollars and thousands of jobs. Frank Wolf will join us briefly to talk about the ISIS beheadings.




Point of View for February 16, 2015 : Penna Dexter, Kelle Berry, Jeremy Newman, Tim Lambert

Monday, February 16, 2015

Podcast ThumbnailOn Point of View today it’s all about Homeschooling. Penna Dexter is your host and she chats with our in-studio guest Kelle Berry, Texas Home School Coalition’s Marketing Manager about the Tim Tebow Bill. Later we hear from Jeremy Newman, Public Policy Director at Texas Home School Coalition and Tim Lambert, president of the Texas Home School Coalition.




Point of View for February 13, 2015 : Weekend Edition, Debbie Georgatos, Rep. Matt Rinaldi, Rep. Louie Gohmert

Friday, February 13, 2015

Podcast ThumbnailIt’s the weekend! At Point of View that means it is our Weekend Edition show. Joining Kerby in the studio today are Debbie Georgatos, Matt Rinaldi and Louie Gohmert who will talk about Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech. Join us as they break down the news from this week.





Point of View for February 12, 2015

Thursday, February 12, 2015

Podcast ThumbnailToday on Point of View our guests are Michael Wittmer, author, theologian and preacher. He talks about his book, Becoming Worldly Saints: Can You Serve Jesus and Still Enjoy Your Life? In the second hour, Michael Youssef, national columnist, author and pastor joins us to talk about his book, Jesus, Jihad, and Peace: What Bible Prophecy Says about World Events Today.




Point of View for February 9, 2015

Monday, February 9, 2015

Podcast ThumbnailOn Point of View today, Penna Dexter is your host. She welcomes Peter Sprigg, Senior Fellow for Policy Studies at the Family Research Council. They will discuss the recent developments with Alabama Chief Justice Moore. Later in the show, Dr. Bill Warner, president of Political Islam will join us to talk about Islam and Crusades and Clare Lopez, vice president for research and analysis at the Center for Security Policy sheds light on issues regarding foreign policy.




Point of View for February 5, 2015

Thursday, February 5, 2015

Podcast ThumbnailToday on Point of View, Penna Dexter welcomes Rachel Sheffiel, policy analyst at Heritage Foundation, author, Mark Krikorian, Travis Weber, Director of the Center for Religious Liberty and Sean Noble, American Encore president. We will cover issues on immigration, religious liberty and how the Cuban regime continue to reject any reforms pushed by the U.S. despite  recent talks.




Point of View for February 4, 2015

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Podcast ThumbnailPlease note that today’s show is an encore presentation. In the first hour Penna welcomes Harvey A. Silverglate, a civil liberties advocate and author of Three Felonies A Day: How the Feds Target the Innocent. In the second hour Penna talks with best-selling author Anthony DeStefano about his book  A Travel Guide to Life.




Point of View for February 3, 2015

Wednesday, February 3, 2015

Podcast ThumbnailOn Point of View today, Penna Dexter is your host. She will cover several topics and issues today that of vaccinations and immunization, new caucus, and the economy. Her guests are Rep. Jim Jordan, Director of the National Marriage Project at the University of Virginia, Bradford Wilcox and Congressman, John Fleming.





Point of View for February 2, 2015

Monday, February 2, 2015

Podcast ThumbnailOn the show today, Point of View welcomes Dr. Scott Turansky who is the co-founder of the National Center for Biblical Parenting. He tells us more about his book, Motivate Your Child.

Did you know that today less than1% of Japan is Christian. However, few know that Japan has a rich Christian history. The first western Christian missionary, Francis Xavier arrived in Kagoshima in 1549 and the Japanese embraced the gospel message. It is estimated that nearly 300,000 Japanese became Christians. However, forty years later the Shogun outlawed Christianity and conducted the fiercest Christian persecution. Thousands of Japanese Christians throughout the country gave their lives for Christ. Pat Zukeran and a group of thirty toured the southern area of Japan. The next year they toured the northern areas of Sendai, Nikko, and Tokyo. In the second hour of the show, Pat Zukeran joins us to share the stirring stories of courage and dedication of the Christian martyrs, he will also talk about the seldom discussed issue of the marks of an abusive church.