Mid-South View Point with Byron Tyler on Bott Radio

Mid-South View Point

Christian talk radio with Byron Tyler

Mid-South View Point is a public affairs program addressing concerns that are vital to the Christian community in the Mid-South. This show is produced by Bott Radio Network in Memphis.

Recent Episodes

Jan 21

Path Out of Sex Trafficking Trap- Part Two // January 21, 2021

The CIA estimates that 80,000 women and children are trafficked across national borders annually. According to United States Department of Justice, there are girls as young as 5 and 6 years old in the U.S. that are forced to do sexual acts for economic gain by their pimp. January is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month. Rachel Haaga and Morgan Wright from Restore Corps tell us how their organization aids victims of trafficking in the second of two-part interviews.

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In the United States, on average, every two minutes, a child is bought or sold for sex. There are documented cases of sex trafficking in 85% of Tennessee counties. January is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month. Rachel Haaga and Morgan Wright from Restore Corps tells us how their organization aids victims of trafficking in the first of two-part interviews.

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Jarrett Jamieson explains from personal experience with the release of his new book, "101Things NOT to Do When Starting a Church."

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Alex Harris, Director of Development at Heartland Adult and Teen Challenge is joined by Antonio Love. Antonio shares his new life of real freedom after being a member of the Gangster Disciples, serving an 8-year prison term, and having an out-of-control drug addiction.

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Ronnie Collier Stevens is back for part two of our interview discussing his newly released book, From Creation to Covenant; A Year in Genesis. Additionally, Ronnie talks about his family travels as he pastored; in the United States and in European countries. Ronnie was honored to pastor the Moscow Bible Church in 1992, a year after the collapse of the former Soviet Union.

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