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

Sep 24

A Time to Pray A Time to Repent // September 24, 2020

David Ford, President of Globe for Christ International stops by the studio on his way to The Return, a Global Day of Prayer and Repentance on the National Mall in Washington D.C. David preaches in city-wide crusades, church-wide conventions, at Christian colleges and universities, as well as at many other venues throughout the United States and overseas.

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The Memphis-area Home Education Association, Vice President Kathy Armstrong; discusses home-schooling options and opportunities. Kathy and husband Rex have navigated their three sons through home education for seventeen years, two sons are now in college. She offers practical insights and answers concerns about educating at home.

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Human trafficking is second highest-rising crime in Tennessee, equally impacting other States as well. Saving Lost Kids is dedicated to saving missing, exploited, and sex-trafficked children. Brian Callies, Executive Director at Saving Lost Kids tells about his organization’s efforts to address the issue and their plans to build a trauma-informed, long-term restoration community with on-site services for girls, minors through age 19, who have been exploited through child-trafficking.

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Dr. Shaolin M.B. Abrams, Sr., combat veteran of the first Persian Gulf War, former Muslim, and Founder and CEO at The House of Restoration Recovery Community and Empowerment Center is today’s guest. Dr. Abrams provides insight into his faith journey and latest book, "Life in These Last and Evil Days."

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Hill 65 was one of the fiercest battles of the Vietnam War. Retired Army Colonel Sonny Tucker, was there leading the 173rd Airborne Brigade. Sonny says Hill 65 is etched in his memory more vividly than his mother’s name, losing 29 of his men that day. On today’s show Sonny recalls that morning of the eighth of November 1965, engaging the Viet Cong, General Westmoreland’s visit to the MASH Hospital, and standing in the Rose Garden with President Johnson and Vice President Hubert Humphrey for the Congressional Medal of Honor presentation.

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