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This Week at The Shepherd Radio
Christian Teach/Talk Radio
for Central and North Central Florida
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2023 NRB Convention: Mike Gilland interviews Todd Coconato, John Stemberger, and Susie Jennings
After being stabbed nine times at the age of 22, Todd Coconato came back to share a powerful message on Christianity and Biblical morality in the West. Coconato is the pastor of Remnant Center in Gallatin, Tennessee. Also, John Stemberger from Florida Family Policy Council talks about his new book, "Legacy of Life." Finally, Susie Jennings started Operation Care International with a desire to help the homeless and children around the world.
Mike Gilland and Todd Coconato
Author Tanya Wilson shares how adversity helped shape her life, and became the basis for her book.
She was only 6 when the first real battle with adversity began, the divorce of her parents. Tanya Wilson followed her Mom, (a nurse) to America. Tanya found herself with a college scholarship, and then a successful career. But her brushes with adversity came back around in the birth of her preemie daughter, born at 28 weeks. Then, a serious cancer scare a year later. In each and all of these, God brought her through, and she details them in her book, "The Mango-Licious Life".
Author and financial coach Jason Cline on important financial principles that will help us all.
Jason Cline is one that likes to keep things simple and easy to understand. In fact, that principle guided him in the writing of his book, "Financial 180." He wanted to write a book that people would read and understand, and that is just what he did. On today's "Shepherd at Work," Mark Goldstein interviews his friend on some of the important financial lessons that Jason not only learned, but that he teaches through speaking engagements and in written articles.
Casey Baynes, founder of the "Casey Cares Foundation," provides health and care to critically ill children.
Casey Baynes is no stranger to difficult seasons in life...she battled many hurdles as she was growing up, including dyslexia, and was told that school would be difficult. She fought through, and not only graduated from college, but also receiving a Master's degree at the age of 20. Casey has a heart for children, and worked for several charitable organizations. She followed her heart, and established a non-profit to serve and encourage families whose children are facing a serious illness.
John Crossman and Casey Baynes
Bill "Roto" Reuter's background as a navy pilot contributed to his strong leadership foundation.
Not many are pilots, and among those who are, a fraction of the skilled pilots in America has landed an F-14 on a carrier. Bill "Roto" Reuter is one of those pilots. His 28 year military career in the US Navy included stints as a commanding officer and test pilot. He leveraged that training and experience and translated it into solid business principles. He is the founder of R-Squared Solutions, and teaches the principles of servant leadership wherever he goes.
Bill Reuter and John Crossman