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Friday, March 17, 2006Cheap Ways to Tie the Knot Host(s): Lynne Ford

The average American wedding costs more than $27,000. Ouch! If you want to say "I do!" and still have money in your wallet, Cara Davis, author "Cheap Ways to Tie the Knot" (RelevantBooks, ISBN # 0-9763642-8-X), can help. Tune in and hear how to plan a church wedding for less than $5,000.
 
Tags: weddings, marriage, fiance Categories: n/a
Thursday, March 16, 2006 Host(s): Lynne Ford, Lynne Ford

You've tried a lot of things to meet the right one. Now try to become the right one. On today's encore Mid-Morning, Dick Purnell, author of "Overcoming Relationship Regret" (Harvest House, ISBN # 0-7369-1508-7), helps you discover the blindspots-attitudes, habits or behaviors-that are damaging your relationships. He offers guidance for kicking damaging blindspots to the curb and replacing them with healthy, Spirit-transformed brightspots.
 
Wednesday, March 15, 2006Gloria Gaither Host(s): Char Binkley, Char Binkley

Madeleine L'Engle's "A Wrinkle in Time" is a much-beloved children's book. On March's "Readings and Conversation" Mid-Morning, Char Binkley and Gloria Gaither focus on another of L'Engle's classics, "Walking on Water" (Shaw, ISBN # 0-8778-8918-X), the writer's thoughts on how faith influences creativity.
 
Tags: arts, creativity, faith Categories: n/a
Tuesday, March 14, 2006Unplanned Pregnancies Host(s): Char Binkley

A Hope Center and Community Pregnancy Centers of Northwest Ohio come alongside women of all ages facing unplanned pregnancies. On today's Mid-Morning, staff from both ministries, including Judi Hapke and Judy Van Wagner, shares how their ministries help women who choose life and those struggling with post-abortion guilt and regret.
 
Tags: abortion, guilt, pregnancy Categories: n/a
Monday, March 13, 2006Today's Christian Woman Host(s): Char Binkley, Lynne Ford, Maria Gardner

On this on-air issue of "Today's Christian Woman" Live on Mid-Morning, singer Sara Groves talks candidly about going through a season of doubting. Mayo Mathers shares insights on marriage she learned while taking salsa lessons. Nancy Guthrie digs into ways to cultivate a meaningful conversation with God. And Esther Bruland sheds light on helping a dying loved one say "goodbye" to this life.
 
Tags: marriage, dying, death, prayer, faith Categories: n/a
Friday, March 10, 2006Soul Care Host(s): Char Binkley

If soul care is about you and your relationship with God, doesn't it lead to self-absorption? Not at all, says Mindy Caliguire. Soul care results in the finding and the fulfillment of your destiny, which will always be about the things that matter to God. And what matters more to Him than people? Don't miss this convincing and convicting discussion that relates soul care with the needs of the world.
 
Tags: faith, soul, spirituality, justice Categories: n/a
Thursday, March 09, 2006Restoring Broken Things Host(s): Char Binkley

God makes all things new. If people truly believed this simple yet profound message, would their lives drastically change? Pastor Scotty Smith thinks so. On today's encore Mid-Morning, Smith, the author of "Restoring Broken Things" (Integrity, ISBN # 1-59145-280-5), combines the truth of Scripture with his own experiences, and those of his friends and congregation, to show the powerful reality of God's redemption.
 
Tags: faith, hope, suffering, relationships, disappointment Categories: n/a
Wednesday, March 08, 2006A Woman's Guide to Health Host(s): Lynne Ford

Do you want to control your weight, increase your energy level, and manage stress? What woman doesn't? But with our busy lives, it's hard to make healthy lifestyle changes that last. Dr. Carrie Carter, author of "A Woman's Guide to Health" (Spire, ISBN # 0-8007-8740-4), makes it easier with doable solutions that make staying healthy a choice, not a chore.
 
Tags: health, menopause, stress, women, diet Categories: n/a
Tuesday, March 07, 2006People to People Host(s): Char Binkley

On Tuesday's "People to People" Mid-Morning, Allen County Jail Chaplain Dick Sievers shares the life-giving work God is doing among the jail's inmates. Then Rody Rodeheaver and Behnan Konutgan take us inside International Needs Network's work in sharing Christ with Turkey's 99.9% Muslim population.
 
Tags: prison, crime, evangelism Categories: n/a
Monday, March 06, 2006Marriage Matters Host(s): Maria Gardner, Steve Gardner

If you're feeling a quake in the foundation of your marriage, today's "Marriage Matters" Mid-Morning can help with the rumbling. Dr. Robert Paul, co-author of "The DNA of Relationships for Couples" (Tyndale, ISBN 0-8423-8322-0), provides practical solutions for strengthening and rebuilding a marriage, beginning with identifying destructive relationship habits.
 
Tags: marriage, infidelity, communication Categories: n/a
Friday, March 03, 2006Author! Author! Host(s): Lynne Ford

Children's author Debby Anderson is the first of three writers featured on March's Author! Author! The writing trio includes Jim Pearson ("Minefields in the Marketplace," BMH, ISBN # 0-88469-302-3)and Linda Gilden ("Love Notes in Lunchboxes," New Hope, ISBN # 1-56309-821-0).
 
Tags: children, business, lunches Categories: n/a
Thursday, March 02, 2006Spots and Spotlights Host(s): Char Binkley, Lynne Ford, Maria Gardner

Imagine having your own sous chef, someone to do all the chopping and preparing while all you do is the actual cooking. That's the premise of Supper Thyme USA. Debra Grobaski shares the details on March's Spots and Spotlights that also features Bob Everest with Three Rivers Visiting Dogs, Inc. and Kate Paley, founder of the Word Diamonds website.
 
Tags: recipes, food, dogs, nursing homes, scripture Categories: n/a
Wednesday, March 01, 2006Restoring Order Host(s): Char Binkley

Professional organizer Vicki Norris believes that organizing is a lifestyle of self-management that results in a higher quality of life. The author of "Restoring Order" (Harvest House, ISBN # 0-7369-1647-4) helps you discover the "why" behind your clutter and offers strategies and practical tips for replacing chaos with order.
 
Tags: organization, clutter, housework Categories: n/a
Tuesday, February 28, 2006Knowing God by His Names - El Roi Host(s): Lynne Ford
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God's many names help us better know and understand Him. In part two of a four-part series, Pam Hamilton explores God as El Roi, the God Who Sees. What did God's revealing of the name to the biblical Hagar mean for her? What does it mean for you? Pam explains on today's Mid-Morning.
 
Tags: faith, spiritual growth, God, names, El Roi Categories: n/a
Monday, February 27, 2006Dr. Ann Kulze Host(s): Lynne Ford

On her February Mid-Morning show, Dr. Ann Kulze unpacks the recent study that casts doubts on the effectiveness of a low-fat diet in reducing the risks of breast cancer, colon cancer and heart disease. She also teaches how-tos of Step 2 in her 10-Step Diet: eating the right carbs.
 
Tags: diet, exercise, fitness, carbs, cancer, low-fat Categories: n/a
Friday, February 24, 2006Open Phone Lines Host(s): Char Binkley, Char Binkley

Char Binkley is back with stories to tell, stuff to give away, and questions to ask the Mid-Morning listeners. So tune and give her a call.
 
Tags: fun, call-ins Categories: n/a
Thursday, February 23, 2006A Heart-Healthy Lifestyle Host(s): Lynne Ford, Lynne Ford

Your heart will beat, on average, 3 billion times during your life. That's a lot of work for an organ that only weighs 10 ounces. Learn how to keep your heart healthy with diet and exercise tips from the American Heart Association's Mary Pat Leonard, fitness trainer Kerri Zurbuch, and Registered Dietitian Amy Hayden.
 
Tags: health, heart, diet, exercise, fitness Categories: n/a
Wednesday, February 22, 2006The Arts in Worship Host(s): Lynne Ford, Lynne Ford

How can artists use their gifts in a worship service-everything from painting to carving wood to dancing-to bless God and His people? Today's Mid-Morning panel explores the role of the arts in the church as a means of expressing God's creative handiwork and worshiping Him.
 
Tags: worship, dance, arts, music Categories: n/a
Tuesday, February 21, 2006Mindy Caliguire Host(s): Char Binkley, Char Binkley

Mindy Caliguire returns with insights for deepening your relationship with God and growing a strong, healthy soul.
 
Tags: faith, soul, God, discipleship, spiritual growth Categories: n/a
Monday, February 20, 2006The UnGuide to Dating Host(s): Lynne Ford

How do you get out of a dating drought? What are the pros and cons of women making the first move? Camerin Courtney and Todd Hertz, co-authors of "The UnGuide to Dating" (Revell, ISBN # 0-8007-3076-3), dive straight into the miry bog of Christian singledom to address these issues and more.
 
Tags: dating, singles, love, divorce Categories: n/a
Friday, February 17, 2006Faith Comes by Hearing Host(s): Lynne Ford

More than 50% of the world's 6.2 billion people can't read. Translations of the Bible are useless, but audio Bibles can let them know there's a God who loves them. Learn how Faith Comes by Hearing is working to fulfill the Great Commission by recording and distributing Bibles in over 2,000 languages-and how you can help.
 
Tags: Bibles, evangelism, faith, missionaries Categories: n/a
Thursday, February 16, 2006Digging Deeper Host(s): Maria Gardner

Early church leaders like Peter and Paul continually told followers of Jesus to fix their thoughts on heaven. Why? How does deliberately thinking about heaven change the life of a Christian? In numerous and powerful ways, writes Mark Buchanan in "Things Unseen" (Multnomah, ISBN # 1-57673-889-2). The Digging Deeper panel mines Buchanan's encouraging insights on today's Mid-Morning.
 
Tags: faith, heaven, doubt, suffering, hope Categories: n/a
Wednesday, February 15, 2006Spots and Spotlights Host(s): Lynne Ford, Maria Gardner

On February's Spots and Spotlights get the details for WBCL's spring scrapbooking nights at Luv2Scrapbook; celebrate Discipleship Journal's 25th anniversary; and meet Ft. Wayne writer Kayleen Reusser, whose story appears in the new "Chicken Soup for the Christian Soul 2".
 
Tags: scrapbooking, magazines, Chicken Soup Categories: n/a
Tuesday, February 14, 2006Help, Hope and Healing After Suicide Host(s): Lynne Ford

Every seventeen minutes, someone, somewhere, chooses death. Left behind are people forced to cope with the ripples this horrific decision causes. David Cox, author of "Aftershock" (Broadman and Holman, ISBN # 080542622-1), explores the reasons behind suicide and offers help and hope to anyone grieving a suicide death.
 
Tags: death, suicide, grief Categories: n/a
Monday, February 13, 2006Preparing Kids for Life on Their Own Host(s): Lynne Ford

Are your kids ready for life after high school? Connie Neumann, author of "Parenting in the Home Stretch" (Revell, ISBN # 0-8007-3079-8), lists the key things kids need to know-everything from money management to using their unique talents-and offers realistic and encouraging advice to help you prepare your kids for life on their own.
 
Tags: parenting, kids, adulthood, life skills, faith Categories: n/a
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