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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
Monday, July 04, 2005Bring 'Em Back Alive Host(s): Char Binkley

The church has wounded many of its own. What's to become of these MIAs, too afraid and hurt to attend church? With a one-two punch of honesty and humor, Dave Burchett, author of "Bring �Em Back Alive" (WaterBrook, ISBN # 1+56856-798-X), delivers the answer-and it involves you!
Tags: church splits, hurts, forgiveness Categories: n/a
Friday, July 01, 2005Open Phone Lines Host(s): Char Binkley

The July 4th holiday weekend fun starts early on today's open phone lines' Mid-Morning with Char Binkley!
Tags: n/a Categories: n/a
Thursday, June 30, 2005Food and Fitness for Life Host(s): Lynne Ford

Need advice for eating right and exercising effectively? Wellness consultant and personal fitness trainer Kerri Zurbuch and registered dietitian Amy Hayden take your calls and answer your questions. We'll also check in with WBCL's Marsha Bunker and Greg Beal and his wife Jennifer to see if their on target with the weight loss and getting-in-shape goals they set for 2005.
Tags: weight-loss, exercise, fitness, food Categories: n/a
Wednesday, June 29, 2005Gloria Gaither Host(s): Char Binkley

The seeker-sensitive movement revolutionized the way we did church and introduced countless baby boomers to Jesus. Yet trends show that today's post-Christian generations are not responding like the generations before them. As we enter a new cultural era, what do worship services look like that are connecting with the hearts of emerging generations? In "The Emerging Church" (Zondervan, ISBN # 0-3102-4564-8), Dan Kimball offers a new, old way. Gloria Gaither and Char Binkley explore Kimball's ideas on today's "Readings and Conversation."
Tags: church, postmodern, faith, witness, baby boomers Categories: n/a
Tuesday, June 28, 2005Advice for Newlyweds Host(s): Lynne Ford

You know that getting married will change everything about your life, right? Merging two lives is a glorious and complicated experience. Just ask Margaret Feinberg. With honesty and humor, the newlywed explores the expected and unexpected nuances of being "just married."
Tags: marriage, newlyweds Categories: n/a
Monday, June 27, 2005MOPS Monday on Mid-Morning Host(s): Char Binkley, Lynne Ford, Maria Gardner

On today's encore MOPS Monday on Mid-Morning, Carol Kuykendall, co-author of "Make Room for Daddy," and FamilyMan Ministries'-and father of six-Todd Wilson, share tips for making parenting the team effort it's designed to be.
Friday, June 24, 2005Setting Down Roots Host(s): Lynne Ford

You don't have to move a lot to feel disconnected and adrift. Life's hearty winds are more than enough to blow you about emotionally and spiritually like a tumbleweed. Following the narrative of his own life, Eddie Hilburn explains the value and necessity of "Setting Down Roots" (NavPress, ISBN # 1-57683-621-5), and teaches how to settle in and settle down.
Thursday, June 23, 2005Go and Tell Host(s): Lynne Ford

Jesus last words to his followers were to go and tell others about him. For most of us the telling takes place in our homes, neighborhoods and workplaces. But Raphael Flores, David Hawk and Tommy Anderson do their telling in Paraguay, Honduras and Northern Ireland - and the result is more people loving and following Christ! They share their stories on today's Mid-Morning.
Tags: missionaries, gospel, faith Categories: Mid-Mornings
Wednesday, June 22, 2005Every Young Man, God's Man Host(s): Lynne Ford

Being a man of God isn't relegated to adult men; young men can be confident, courageous and completely His too. But it won't be easy. Kenny Luck, author of "Every Young Man, God's Man" (WaterBrook, ISBN # 1-5785-6983-4), confronts the temptations young men face, cuts to the heart of their frustrations and fears, and speaks the truth that will keep them walking at Jesus' side.
Tuesday, June 21, 2005Soul Care Host(s): Char Binkley

Why is journaling an enriching and necessary component of soul care? Mindy Caliguire explains on June's Soul Care installment. Lifting the burden associated with journaling, Mindy offers simple, natural and enjoyable ways to include journaling in the rhythm of your devotional life
Tags: soul care, prayer, journaling, God Categories: n/a
Monday, June 20, 2005Three Guys and a Book Host(s): Steve Gardner

Is Steve Farrar's "Anchor Man" (Nelson, ISBN # 0-7852-7816-0) really worth three Three Guys and a Book shows? Steve Gardner, Kelly Byrd and Mitchell Kruse think so. And so will you after hearing their final discussion (we promise!) focusing on Farrar's book aimed at dads.
Tags: fathers, parenting Categories: n/a
Friday, June 17, 2005The Prodigal Brother Host(s): Lynne Ford

Having a prodigal affects families profoundly-especially if you're the sibling who didn't stray. Psychologist and counselor Sue Thompson shares her own moving story, touching on unresolved anger and the pain of feeling second-place in her parents' affection. Devoid of self-pity but piercingly honest, Thompson's insights will help prodigals' siblings unload their emotional baggage. (Sue's book is "The Prodigal Brother," published by Tyndale. The ISBN # is 1-58997-259-7.)
Tags: prodigal, backslidden Categories: Mid-Mornings
Thursday, June 16, 2005Picnic Pointers Host(s): Lynne Ford

A century ago, when Henry Ward Beecher was asked how we could make our nation better, he answered, "Multiply picnics." Celebrated chef Russell Cronkhite, author of "A Return to Family Picnics" (Multnomah, ISBN # 1-59052-140-4), provides the menus, all simple, delicious and perfect for outside dining, on today's Mid-Morning.
Tags: recipes, picnics, cookbooks Categories: Mid-Mornings
Wednesday, June 15, 2005Taking Jesus to the Track Host(s): Char Binkley

What's the most popular sport in America? Baseball? Football? Try racing. With more than 75 million fans, motor sports out distances every other sport. So what better place to take the good news of Jesus than to the track? David Martin and Ron Pegram explain how they're doing just that on today's Mid-Morning.
Tags: racing Categories: n/a
Tuesday, June 14, 2005Author! Author! Host(s): Lynne Ford

Neta Jackson's Yada Yada series has taken on a life of its own. She explains why the books about a diverse prayer group are insanely popular on the June edition of Author! Author! Shannon Kubiak discusses her sophomore novel, "God Called a Girl" (Bethany House, ISBN # 0-7642-0029-1). And Phyllis Pellman Good shares sure-to-please slow cooker recipes from her "Fix-It and Forget-It Diabetic Cookbook" and "Fix-It and Forget-It Lightly Cookbook."
Tags: recipes, prayer, diabetes Categories: Mid-Mornings
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