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Friday, August 22, 2008Dupont Resource Center Host(s): Char Binkley

The doctor orders a blood test, you give the blood, the tests are done, but what then? How do you interpret all those numbers on the test results? Dr. Angela LaSalle and Dr. Marv Eastlund join Char on Friday's Mid-Morning to explain what to make of all those numbers and the importance of reading blood test results in the context of the patient's situation. Learn why it's important to have regular blood screenings and how to make sure your Dr. is treating you, the patient, and not the chart.
Thursday, August 21, 2008People to People Host(s): Char Binkley

Thursday on Mid-Morning Char brings you the amazing stories of two people whose lives were transformed by Jesus Christ. Deborah Finley, abused as a child and then an eyewitness to her father's murder as a teenager, experienced a life changing encounter that transformed her future from darkness to light. Jose Velez, a former Chicago gang leader dedicated over 20 years of his life to the streets. But after being shot twice and nearly dying, he welcomed the love and grace of God into his life and left the gang one month later. Don't miss these stories Thursday on Mid-Morning.
Wednesday, August 20, 2008Potpourri Host(s): Char Binkley, Lynne Ford

Can you spell potpourri? Well - it really doesn't matter whether you can spell it or not - the important thing is that you listen to Mid-Morning on Wednesday as Lynne and Char bring you a potpourri of topics. That word means hodgepodge!, assortment! odds and ends! Collection! - and believe me - you'll hear all that and more when those two ladies take to the microphones Wednesday on Mid-Morning.
Tags: potpourri, Beverly Lewis, ARISE, open phones Categories: n/a
Tuesday, August 19, 2008WisdomWorks with Dr. Mitchell Kruse Host(s): Lynne Ford

Do you ever feel simple, or gullible, when dealing with a strong personality during a conflict? Immediately taking offense and responding with little insight? Put the brakes on reacting without thinking by applying a little prudence. Dr. Mitchell Kruse explains this shrewd and innocent practice on Tuesday's "WisdomWorks" Mid-Morning at 9:05. Don't miss it - it wouldn't be prudent.
Monday, August 18, 2008Road Warrior Host(s): Lynne Ford

Business travel has become more costly than ever-and not just financially. The mental and emotional price tags bring you and your family under attack, threatening to distance you in more than mere miles. Sam Gallucci, author of "Road Warrior" (WaterBrook Press, ISBN # 1-4000-7371-9), draws from his extensive business travel experience for a plan to help keep road warriors, their jobs, their families, and their personal lives from drifting off course.
Friday, August 15, 2008Raising Unselfish Children in a Self-Absorbed World Host(s): Char Binkley

Has selfishness become an epidemic? Many of today's children lean toward narcissism, selfishness, mediocrity, and dysfunction as a result of child-focused parenting. Jill Rigby addresses the challenges of "Raising Unselfish Children in a Self-Absorbed World" (Howard, ISBN# 1-4165-5842-X) while offering an alternative approach to parenting that teaches children to respect themselves and others. Learn from Jill how you can instill the values of compassion, forgiveness, thanksgiving, and unselfishness in your children.
Thursday, August 14, 2008Digging Deeper Host(s): Char Binkley, Lynne Ford

Pain - we all face it in this imperfect world. William Paul Young longed to share the heart and nature of God in the face of human suffering with his children and set out to do so in his fiction book, "The Shack" (Windblown Media, ISBN# 978-0964729230). What was meant to be a story written for only his six children has landed in the hands of over a million readers and has climbed to the top of several best seller lists. Find out why this book is changing lives and what impact it is having on our Digging Deeper Panel.
Wednesday, August 13, 2008Spots and Spotlights Host(s): Char Binkley, Lynne Ford

Who said time travel is impossible? Just head to Goshen, Indiana, and the South Side Soda Shop, and you're instantly transported back to the 1950s. On August's Spots and Spotlights Mid-Morning, owners Nick and Charity Boyd share why their little diner is so popular. Jeff Hilliard explains how, for just $5.00, you can purchase a Bible, write a personal message in it, and send it to an American soldier serving somewhere around the world. And Amy Hanna announces the 2nd annual ARISE event for high school girls - a marvelous evening of fun, information and challenge on September 19.
Tuesday, August 12, 2008Author! Author! Host(s): Lynne Ford

For William P. Young, "The Shack" (Windblown, ISBN # 0-9647-2924-5) was a story originally written for his children, built on the foundation of suffering he experienced earlier in life and the way God's love helped heal his soul. For the million-plus people who've read it, however, "The Shack" has become a much larger message of hope, love and faith in a world seemingly spinning out of control. On today's Author! Author! Young shares why he thinks his little novel has captured the hearts of readers everywhere. Kay and Liv Hansen share tips for creating yummy and creative cupcakes in Little Cakes (Clarkson Potter, ISBN # 0-3073-8282-6). Lisa Harper explains "What the Bible Is All About For Women" (Regal, ISBN # 0-8307-4406-1). Humorist Phil Callaway shares his slightly off-kilter perspective on life in "Family Squeeze" (Multnomah, ISBN 978-1-59052-916-4). And J. Stephen Lang offers a plan to help you "Know the Bible in 30 Days" (Guideposts, ISBN # 0-8249-47339).
Monday, August 11, 2008Dr. Ann Kulze Host(s): Lynne Ford

The newest diet aid comes in a tiny container but is generating big buzz. Do SlimShots really help control your appetite for up to eight hours-without side effects? Find out what Dr. Ann Kulze thinks on today's Mid-Morning. The nutrition expert also discusses 10 Super Foods for Better Health, the whole truth about soy, and answers listeners' questions.
Friday, August 08, 2008Helping Guys Become Men, Husbands, and Fathers Host(s): Char Binkley

Men play a vital role in the family, community, and the world in spite of how the media and sitcoms portray them. Dr. John King, author of "Helping Guys Become Men, Husbands, and Fathers", is a firm believer that every member of the family needs a man's wisdom, protection, and love to fully develop. Learn how you can be a great man, husband, and father from a man who nearly lost his own family which resulted in his quest for wisdom to become the man God was asking him to be. Join Char and Dr. King on Friday's Mid-Morning as he shares his story of redemption and practical steps for becoming a man who honors God and his family.
Tags: father, parenting, men, man, husband, wisdom, relationships, family Categories: n/a
Thursday, August 07, 2008Outflow: Outward-Focused Living in a Self-Focused World Host(s): Char Binkley

Do you desire to experience God's love in a new way and share it with others in a manner that's natural, simple, and heart-felt but aren't sure how to do so? Steve Sjogren author of "Outflow" (Group, ISBN# 978-0-7644-3404-4) joins Char during Thursdays Mid-Morning to demonstrate how to have outward-focused living in a self-focused world. Learn how you can be filled to the brim with God's love, joy, and hope and then reach out and touch your family, your friends, your neighbors, and your world from the outflow of God at work in and through you.
Wednesday, August 06, 2008Good Ole Days Host(s): Char Binkley, Lynne Ford

Do you ever catch yourself saying, "Remember when..." Oh, isn't it fun to take a walk down memory lane! We're inviting you to do just that with Char and Lynne during Mid-Morning on Wednesday. Joining them in the studio is WBCL's very own Jim Barron to share the memories contained in his book, "Wolf and Dessauer: An Album of Memories". And Ken Tate, editor of "Good Ole Days" magazine, brings us stories from the past. Get ready to call in your "I remember when..." statements.
Tuesday, August 05, 2008Get Fit, Get Healthy Host(s): Lynne Ford

Kerri Zurbuch offers tips for getting fit and healthy. The wellness consultant and personal fitness trainer answers your exercise questions and provides just the encouragement you need to get started or stay motivated.
Monday, August 04, 2008Breaking Everyday Addictions Host(s): Lynne Ford

Monday's Mid-Morning topic is addictions. And before you say, "Well, that has nothing to do with me," take note: Dr. David Hawkins is discussing Breaking Everyday Addictions (Harvest House, ISBN # 0-7369-2341-5). You know, that crucial cup of coffee you grab on your way to work, that if you run out of time and can't stop and get, leaves you crankier than Andy Rooney. Or your need to continually check your e-mails. Or the "little somethings" you regularly buy to make a bad day better. Discover how everyday addictions, habits and compulsions hamper our relationship with God, and learn how to find freedom from those things that trip us up.
Friday, August 01, 2008Respectable Sins Host(s): Char Binkley

It's easy to become preoccupied with sins that have obvious grim consequences such as adultery, violence, and abortion. As a result we often overlook the more deceptive ones that have slowly become "acceptable" sins that we tolerate in ourselves such as jealousy, anger, pride, unthankfulness, and judgementalism. How do we overcome these subtle sins? Jerry Bridges, author of "Respectable Sins, Confronting the Sins We Tolerate" (Navpress, ISBN# 1-60006-140-0) offers a message of hope, grace, and victory that he experienced in the trenches of his own battles with sin.
Tags: Jerry, sins, tolerate, subtle sins, spiritual growth Categories: n/a
Thursday, July 31, 2008Super Simple 30-Minute Meals Host(s): Char Binkley

Quick meals queen Dawn Hall revisits Mid-Morning on Thursday to share more of her heart-smart, low-fat recipes. The best part is her recipes only take 30 minutes or less to make. She'll demonstrate how easily it can be done by cooking one of her meals right in the Mid-Morning studio! If you're overwhelmed with the business of life and find it hard to get a meal on the table, don't miss this opportunity to get family-friendly, quick, and easy recipes.
Tags: Dawn, meals, cooking, recipes, low-fat recipes Categories: n/a
Wednesday, July 30, 2008Today's Christian Woman Live on Mid-Morning Host(s): Lynne Ford

Blogger Nancy Kennedy admitted to an inappropriate crush and invited other women struggling with this affair of the heart to offer strategies for guarding their hearts. And, boy, did she get feedback! Nancy shares her story and the helpful advice of other women on July's radio issue of Today's Christian Woman. Yolanda Branche, founder of Bayview Cards, explains how her exquisite stationary shares the inspiration of God's Word in a unique way. Dr. Linda Mintle discusses how women can learn to value their bodies- imperfections and all-no matter what our culture says. And Jerry Hall shares a unique way for teachers to get the school supplies they need-for free!
Tuesday, July 29, 2008WisdomWorks with Dr. Mitchell Kruse Host(s): Lynne Ford

Are you at odds with someone who won't listen to you? Catch his attention-and engage his mind-with riddles, an effective means for resolving conflict. On Tuesday's WisdomWorks Mid-Morning, Dr. Mitchell Kruse explains this unique means of communication, praised by wise King Solomon.
Tags: Kruse, wisdom, riddles Categories: Mid-Mornings
Monday, July 28, 2008Mad About Us Host(s): Lynne Ford

You used to be madly in love, but now you're just mad. And that's lethal in a marriage. Learn how to harness your anger energy, get to the root cause of your anger, and share it with your spouse in ways that increase understanding and bring you closer together. Respected psychologist and counselor Dr. Gary Oliver, author of "Mad About Us" (Bethany House, ISBN # 0-7642-0449-1), shows you how.
Friday, July 25, 2008Dupont Resource Center Host(s): Char Binkley

While it is easy to talk about proper nutrition, it is often difficult in our culture to make healthy food choices. Mona Smith, Registered Dietitian and Fitness Consultant joins Char to talk about making food selections that nourish rather than harm our bodies. And two men, Ed Ferrier and Dr. Marv Eastlund share their stories of how following nutritional and exercise guidelines helped them to lose weight and keep it off.
Tags: nutrition, health, wellness, diet, dietitian, Mona, weight loss Categories: n/a
Thursday, July 24, 2008Unlimiting God Host(s): Char Binkley

God's power and love have no limits. So why do we as believers put limits on our relationship with Him? We could be pursuing greater knowledge, experiencing deeper intimacy, and abiding in freer joy...and yet we routinely settle for mediocrity in our spiritual lives. Are we ready to break free from our self-imposed limitations? During today's encore Mid-Morning, Dr. Richard Blackaby author of "Unlimiting God" (Multnomah, ISBN# 978-1-59052-941-6) challenges us to not settle for less than God intends for you.
Wednesday, July 23, 2008Breathe Easy Host(s): Char Binkley, Lynne Ford

Today's "Breathe Easy" Mid-Morning is packed with ideas, items and information that can alleviate some of the stress of life so you can, well, breathe easy. Want to keep your baby's pacifier germ-free between uses? Aida Viana's invention does just that! Need your bra straps to rest further in on your shoulders? No problem with Michelle Ostaseski's "The Strapper." Plus advice for growing plants in your work space, staying in touch with your grandkids, sneaking healthy foods into your children's favorite meals, and giveaways galore, including a "Super Prize" packed with every item featured on the show.
Tuesday, July 22, 200810 Laws for Marriages in Crisis Host(s): Lynne Ford

If your marriage is in crisis, you need cut-to-the-chase advice from an experienced and trusted counselor. Someone who's heard a story like yours hundreds of time. Someone like Dr. Tim Gardner. No matter what crisis your marriage is currently facing - your spouse is having an affair, has told you they are leaving, or any other relational emergency - Dr. Gardner's guidance can direct you to the choices that can give your relationship the best possible chance for survival.
Monday, July 21, 2008Brain Health - Part 2 Host(s): Lynne Ford

Dr. Larry McCleary, author of "The Brain Trust" (Perigee, ISBN # 0-399-53358-7) returns with more advice for keeping your brain healthy and generating new brain cells. Yes, it's possible. Which supplements support optimum brain performance? Which foods are friends and which foods are foes? What can you do to reduce your risk for Alzheimer's? Dr. McCleary answers these questions and yours.
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