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Monday, August 08, 2005Spots and Spotlights Host(s): Lynne Ford, Maria Gardner

Meet Camerin Courtney, speaker at the upcoming Singles Summit, on today's "Spots and Spotlights." Artist Judy Buswell shares why, in her early 40s, she switched careers. And Bill and Brenda Glasner explain why eating on the run can be fun and profitable.
Tags: singles, art, cards, food, lunch Categories: n/a
Friday, August 05, 2005Open for Business Host(s): Lynne Ford

Today's program is for everyone who's ever dreamed of owning their own business. In-the-trenches entrepreneurs Jeff and Rich Sloan share tips from their primer on building a successful business - "StartupNation" (Doubleday, ISBN # 0-385-51248-1) - and answer your questions, everything from discovering a need and filling it to obtaining start-up capital.
Tags: business, work, money Categories: Mid-Mornings
Thursday, August 04, 2005Peacemaking Women Host(s): Char Binkley

Tara Klena Barthel and Judy Dabler point women to a broader definition of peace: shalom, the Hebrew word for peace, meaning life is good and sound. The two share ways to handle conflict, with others and within, from their book, "Peacemaking Women" (Baker, ISBN # 0-8010-6495-3).
Tags: peace, conflict, women, hurt, resolution Categories: n/a
Wednesday, August 03, 2005Listeners' Faith Stories Host(s): Lynne Ford

The greatest evidence of the reality and power of Jesus' death and resurrection is a changed life. On Wednesday's Mid-Morning call in and share your coming to faith story. You'll encourage others and bless the Father Who loves you with your words of gratitude and praise.
Tuesday, August 02, 2005Encouraging the Sick Host(s): Lynne Ford

Do your palms sweat when you walk into a hospital to visit a critically ill friend? Do you want to visit your uncle in the nursing home but are unsure of what to say? Katie Maxwell and Rev. Sherri Long can help. Drawing on their years of visitation experience, they'll teach you what to do and say that will encourage, bless and comfort anyone who's sick.
Tags: visitation, sick, hospital, dying Categories: Mid-Mornings
Monday, August 01, 2005Healing the Hurts in Your Marriage Host(s): Maria Gardner, Steve Gardner

America's family coaches, Dr. Gary and Barbara Rosberg, offer strategic advice for "Healing the Hurts in Your Marriage" (Tyndale, ISBN # 1-5899-7104-3.
Tags: marrige, hurts, disagreements, conflict Categories: n/a
Friday, July 29, 2005Haiti Update Host(s): Char Binkley

Haiti is a country in chaos. Corruption and unrest have made it a dangerous and threatening place for its citizens and the missionaries serving them. Killick Aristide, Leon Amstutz, Rev. George Reser, and Sam Birkey share God's heart for the people of Haiti and what American Christians can do to help them.
Tags: Haiti Categories: n/a
Thursday, July 28, 2005Exercise for Life Host(s): Lynne Ford

No matter what your age, you can and need to exercise. Personal fitness trainer and wellness consultant Kerri Zurbuch discusses various options for every age and fitness level.
Tags: exercise, weights Categories: n/a
Wednesday, July 27, 2005Multnomah Book Give Away Host(s): Lynne Ford

It's the mother lode of books: 50 newly released novels, all from Multnomah. Meet their authors and call in for a chance to win a copy of "Shattered Justice," "When the Day of Evil Comes," "Rolling Thunder," "Billy Goat Hill," or "Dark Star."
Tags: fiction, novels Categories: Mid-Mornings
Tuesday, July 26, 2005New Life After Divorce Host(s): Lynne Ford

If divorce has drained you of hope, Bill Butterworth wants you to know this: healing, strength, purpose, and joy await you. The author of "New Life After Divorce" (WaterBrook, ISBN # 1-4000-7095-3) offers encouragement and practical advice for building a new and good life.
Monday, July 25, 2005MOPS Monday on Mid-Morning Host(s): Lynne Ford, Maria Gardner

How does having a second baby change the family dynamics, especially for the firstborn who will soon share mom and dad with a sibling? That's the question sparking this month's MOPS Monday on Mid-Morning conversation with Hannah Arnold, Janet Butterman, and Vicki Lansky, author of "Welcoming Your Second Baby" (Book Peddlers, ISBN # 978-1-931863-44-5).
Tags: siblings, parenting, babies Categories: n/a
Friday, July 22, 2005The Myth of the Submissive Woman Host(s): Lynne Ford

Submission doesn't mean submitting to everyone else's wants, needs and opinions while ignoring your own. What exactly, then, is biblical submission? Counselor Brenda Waggoner explains in "The Myth of the Submissive Woman" (Tyndale, ISBN # 0-8423-7114-1).
Tags: submission, marriage Categories: Mid-Mornings
Thursday, July 21, 2005Today's Christian Woman Host(s): Lynne Ford, Maria Gardner

Praying with a friend via e-mail wasn't something Connie Fink had considered. That is until she found herself isolated and in need. Connie tells her story on this edition of Today's Christian Woman Live on Mid-Morning. You'll also meet Shannon Ethridge who admits that when it comes to sexual integrity, she learned her lessons the hard way. Shannon explains how you can avoid her mistakes and find love in all the right places. And Rose Averill shares why shoes are her passion. The answer will surprise you!
Wednesday, July 20, 2005Making Sense of Divine Delays Host(s): Lynne Ford

In times of waiting, it's easy to miss the transforming work that God is doing. Important work that is preparing his children in specific ways to fulfill their destinies. Jerome Daley, author of "When God Waits" (WaterBrook, ISBN # 1-579856-895-1), explores how to join in God's work of preparation while actively waiting on him during divine delays.
Tuesday, July 19, 2005Soul Care Host(s): Char Binkley

Prayer, journaling and reading the Bible are familiar disciplines for growing a soul. On today's Soul Care Mid-Morning, Mindy Caliguire unpacks another powerful, yet underutilized means for knowing God and yourself better: spiritual friendships.
Tags: friendship, soul, faith Categories: n/a
Monday, July 18, 2005Three Guys and a Book Host(s): Steve Gardner

Steve Gardner and this month's "guys," Dr. Dennis Hensley and Dr. Doug Barcalow, discuss John Ortberg's "The Life You've Always Wanted" (Zondervan, ISBN # 0-3102-4695-4), a stirring look at what it means to live as Jesus would on a day-to-day basis.
Tags: faith, spiritual growth, contentment Categories: n/a
Friday, July 15, 2005Ice Cream Taste Test Host(s): Char Binkley, Lynne Ford

We'll have a sweet time on Mid-Morning's annual ice cream taste test. Join Char Binkley, Lynne Ford, Ross McCampbell and six listeners, all delirious at the prospect of tasting one of their favorite foods: ice cream!
Tags: ice cream, Ben and Jerry's, Starbucks Categories: n/a
Thursday, July 14, 2005Safeguarding Your Kids on the Internet Host(s): Lynne Ford

Blogging. Instant messaging. Today's tweens and teens are plugged in and well connected. What do they need to know to safely use the Internet? Attorney Parry Aftab, founder of WiredSafety.org, has the answers.
Wednesday, July 13, 2005Gloria Gaither Host(s): Char Binkley

Andy Andrews has done it again: written a powerful novel with underlying themes that can change the way a person lives. Char Binkley and Gloria Gaither explore Andrews' "Island of Saints" (Nelson, ISBN # 0-7852-6140-0) on July's "Readings and Conversation."
Tags: history, fiction, Germans, soldiers, war Categories: n/a
Tuesday, July 12, 2005Spots and Spotlights Host(s): Lynne Ford, Maria Gardner

If you not only know what "knit one, pearl two" means, but can actually do it, you can put your skills to work to help children around the world. Find out how on today's Spots and Spotlights. Steve Siler discusses the issues-oriented music his company Music for the Soul produces. And WBCL's Janelle Becker has the details about the upcoming Singles Summit.
Tags: knit, orphans, music, sweaters, pornography, singles Categories: n/a
Monday, July 11, 2005Starved for Affection Host(s): Lynne Ford

For many people marriage is not the intimate, fulfilling relationship they had assumed it would be. The reason? Lack of connection. Counselor Dr. Randy Carlson, author of "Starved for Affection" (Tyndale, ISBN # 0-8423-8195-3), explains the link between connection and love, serving up practical and life-giving advice that can help you and your spouse experience renewed tenderness and intimate closeness. Encore performance orginally aired on February 18, 2005.
Tags: marriage, love, conflict Categories: Mid-Mornings
Friday, July 08, 2005Adult AD/HD Revisited Host(s): Lynne Ford

Counselor and author Wendy Richardson returns to address the crippling effects of adult AD/HD, to explain the link between AD/HD and addictions, and to provide accurate information about treating adult AD/HD.
Tags: AD/HD, addiction Categories: n/a
Thursday, July 07, 2005Author! Author! Host(s): Lynne Ford

July's Author! Author! features two fiction writers: Christian chiller novelist Kathryn Mackel ("The Departed," WestBow, ISBN # 0-7852-6229-6) and Kirsten Lasinski, author of "Guarded" (Moody, ISBN # 080245568-9). Jan Winebrenner, author of "The Grace of Catastrophe" (Moody, ISBN # 0-8024-5041-5), rounds out the authors' roster, encouraging women struck by catastrophe to cling to God for comfort and security.
Tags: novel, fiction, divorce, thrillers, pain, suffering Categories: n/a
Wednesday, July 06, 2005Nancy Honeytree Host(s): Char Binkley

During the 70s Nancy Honeytree was one of the pioneers in the field of contemporary Christian music. Thirty-plus years later she's still singing, though her audience has expanded to the unsaved around the world. The singer/songwriter remembers the early days of her ministry and shares the exciting things God's Spirit is doing through her music and speaking.
Tags: music, missions Categories: n/a
Tuesday, July 05, 2005Marriage Matters Host(s): Maria Gardner, Steve Gardner

Imagine a tennis court with no net, or a soccer field without sidelines, or a game a golf where you can pick up the ball and throw it. Contests without rules don't work. Neither do marital disagreements. Join Steve and Maria Gardner and their guests Tim and Joy Downs, co-authors of "Fight Fair" (Moody, ISBN # 0-8024-1424-9), for advice on establishing your own personal set of rules for fighting fair. You'll like the results: a stronger, more intimate marriage.
Tags: marriage, conflict, fight, anger Categories: n/a
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