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Tuesday, December 30, 2008Lord or Legend? Host(s): Lynne Ford

In their search for the historical Jesus, the Jesus Seminar strips Christ of His divinity, reducing Him to a wise, yet very mortal teacher. But is this where the historical evidence leads? During Tuesday's encore Mid-Morning, Paul Rhodes Eddy unflinchingly employs the ten customary questions asked by historians when testing the authenticity of an historical figure to determine if Jesus is "Lord or Legend?" (Baker, ISBN # 0-8010-6505-4).
 
Friday, December 26, 2008People to People Host(s): Char Binkley

Whether devastating health issues invade the lives of missionaries in Japan or a young woman in Ohio; God is present. Join Char during Friday's encore Mid-Morning and hear the stories of God's faithfulness to Russ and Flossie Epley in the midst of Russ' stroke and God's goodness to Amber Metz as she faced a double-lung transplant.
 
Thursday, December 25, 2008Christmas Music Host(s):

Thursday's Mid-Morning is pre-empted for Christmas music as you celebrate Christ's birth with your loved ones. Please join us again Friday for an encore Mid-Morning with Char Binkley special guests Flossie Epley and Amber Nicole Metz as they share their inspiring stories of God proving himself greater than their difficult situations.
 
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Wednesday, December 24, 2008Christmas Music Host(s):

Wednesday's Mid-Morning is pre-empted for Christmas music as you celebrate Christ's birth with your loved ones. Please join us again Friday for an encore Mid-Morning with Char Binkley special guests Flossie Epley and Amber Nicole Metz as they share their inspiring stories of God proving himself greater than their difficult situations.
 
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Tuesday, December 23, 2008"Let's talk!" Host(s): Lynne Ford

Call in with your favorite Christmas memory, a 2008 highlight in your life, a "God praise," or something you just gotta tell someone. Your call qualifies you to win a bucket of books, including Michael Card's The Parable of Joy and new fiction by Sandra Byrd and Tracie Peterson.
 
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Monday, December 22, 2008Mommies-Come-Lately Host(s): Lynne Ford

Women who become moms in their mid-thirties and forties have unique needs and concerns-medical, emotional, and practical. Beth Vogt understands. She became a mom again at age forty-one. The author of "Baby Changes Everything" (Revell, ISBN # 0-8007-3067-4) shares her story and encouraging advice for other "mommies-come-lately" who chose, or were surprised, by their unexpected blessings.
 
Friday, December 19, 2008Grief During the Holidays Host(s): Char Binkley

Often we associate the holidays with excitement and anticipation of this supposedly "feel good" season. But there are many who are facing loss, and they struggle to get through daily life, unable to focus on those things that make a holiday special. Whether it's loss of a spouse, loss of health, loss of finances, or loss of a job; often the holidays make these losses stand out all the more. Join Char and a panel from the Isaiah Center who are no strangers to grief. During Friday's Mid-Morning, they share their stories and offer hope so you can experience joy this holiday season, no matter what situation you are experiencing.
 
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Wednesday, December 17, 2008Advice for Starting a Home-Based Business Host(s): Char Binkley

In the current economic downturn, families are looking for ways to tighten their spending belts. Entrepreneur and home-based business expert Donna Partow begins the hour with cost cutting tips you can begin today. Then Glynnis Whitwer, author of Work @ Home (New Hope, ISBN # 1-59669-04408), joins Donna with practical advice for earning money from home that includes a test to determine if working from home is right for you.
 
Tuesday, December 16, 2008Dr. Ann Kulze Host(s): Lynne Ford

Dr. Ann Kulze makes her final Mid-Morning appearance for 2008 (and she's coming back for more shows in 2009!), discussing the mini but mighty chia seed, why you should pass on post-workout carbs, and the connection between cancer and being overweight. The phone lines will be open for your health and nutrition questions. And be sure to register during the hour to win one of Dr. Ann's "Healthy Grocery Lists". Go to wbcl.org and click on Mid-Morning.
 
Monday, December 15, 2008Author! Author! Host(s): Lynne Ford

Billy Graham has brought the Good News of knowing God through a relationship with Jesus to over two billion people. In tandem with his 90th birthday, Graham's grandsons have released a gift book that pays tribute to the man through whom God has spread the Gospel to the four corners of the world. On today's Author! Author! Basyle Tchividjian shares stories about "Daddy Bill" from Invitation (Multnomah, ISBN # 1-60142-149-9). Nancy Guthrie discusses her thoughtful Advent devotional Come, Thou Long-Expected Jesus (Crossway, ISBN # 1-4335-0180-5). Vicki Kupyer stirs readers to desire a more consistent, deeper relationship with God in Breaking the Surface (New Hope, ISBN # 1-59669-234-0). Novelist Travis Thrasher (Isolation, FaithWords, ISBN # 1-59669-234-3) and New Growth Press's Karen Teears round out the hour.
 
Friday, December 12, 2008Dupont Resource Center Host(s): Char Binkley

It is one of the best things you can do for yourself and it doesn't cost a cent: sleep. While it's foundational to your mental and physical health, most people treat sleep as a luxury, not a necessity. Not getting enough sleep, or getting poor quality sleep, can affect your health and longevity. During Friday's Mid-Morning, Char hosts a panel from Dupont Resource Center including special guest Dr. Srinivasan Devanathan. They'll discuss the importance of sleep and various sleep problems and interrupters, while offering advice for getting the restorative sleep you need.
 
Wednesday, December 10, 2008Winter Book Giveaway Host(s): Char Binkley, Lynne Ford

Craving a great read? Good news! We've got books for you! Most of them are hot off the press. Win a book for yourself, or one to give as a Christmas present during Mid-Morning's winter book giveaway. Check out the entire book list on the Mid-Morning home page at wbcl.org, pick your favorite, and call Lynne and Char during Wednesday's Mid-Morning to win your copy. Be sure to have a few back up options in mind incase your preferred book is given away before you call. So, get your fingers flexed and ready to dial in and speak with Char and Lynne.
 
Tuesday, December 09, 2008Ideas for a Joyous, No Stress Christmas Host(s): Lynne Ford

Is your December cluttered? Does Christmas leave you fretting instead of singing "Joy to the World"? Cathy Messecar, author of "A Scrapbook of Christmas Firsts", ushers in the season with fresh ideas for family traditions, connecting generations, gift giving, and more - all designed to bring harmony and the joy our Savior to this busy month. And head to wbcl.org (click on Mid-Morning) during the hour for a chance to win one of four copies of Cathy's book!
 
Monday, December 08, 2008WisdomWorks with Dr. Mitchell Kruse Host(s): Lynne Ford

Christmas is an invitation to the grandest, liveliest party of all time. On today's WisdomWorks Mid-Morning, Dr. Mitchell Kruse links the reason for the season with an invitation embedded in a story Jesus told about a banquet where everyone's invited to come and stay forever. All anyone needs to do is RSVP yes to Jesus.
 
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Friday, December 05, 2008Open Phones Host(s): Char Binkley

Char's favorite Mid-Morning shows are when she gets to find out what's happening in your house. So be ready to tell her how you're managing this Christmas amid the economical slowdown, what light displays you recommend we all see, and the gift you're most excited about giving this Christmas. Add a few give-aways to the mix and Mid-Morning on Friday promises to be a fun hour! That's Friday at 9:05.
 
Thursday, December 04, 2008Thinking Cycles of Kids Host(s): Char Binkley

Do you ever wish you could get into the mind of your children and understand what exactly is going on? Doug Beutler can help you do just that. With over twenty years of experience working with youth, Doug has discovered the thinking cycles of kids, including lies they believe, how that affects their behavior, and how you as a parent can help your child break destructive thinking cycles. Learn how to understand what your child is thinking, communicate effectively with your child, and assist your child in establishing a new and healthy thinking cycle.
 
Wednesday, December 03, 2008Spots and Spotlights Host(s): Lynne Ford, Char Binkley

December's "Spots and Spotlights" is packed with seasonal info you can use! Consumer Reports' Bob Markovich shares smart tips for purchasing and using snow blowers and space heaters. Marcia Ramsland offers the tools you need to Simplify Your Holidays (Nelson, ISBN # 1-4016-0414-1). Artist Gwen Gutwein explains how she hopes her paintings of Indiana's old and historic barns will inspire their owners to preserve them. And, because it's the season of generosity, lots of giveaways!
 
Tuesday, December 02, 2008Kerri Zurbuch Host(s): Lynne Ford

Get advice for not gaining weight over the holidays from Kerri Zurbuch, The wellness consultant and personal fitness trainer also answers your exercise questions and offers tips for customizing your walking workout to reach your specific goal.
 
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Monday, December 01, 2008Dr. David Hawkins Host(s): Lynne Ford

Dr. David Hawkins has helped hundreds of couples work through the shadowy valleys of dying relationships. And while there is no sure-fire fix when a spouse wants to leave, Dr. Hawkins insists there are important steps the "struggling" spouse can take that increase the chance for reconciliation while reducing anxiety and fear. He shares the details on today's Mid-Morning.
 
Friday, November 28, 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 during Friday's encore Mid-Morning.
 
Thursday, November 27, 2008Praise Music Host(s):

It's Thanksgiving, and the Mid-Morning team is home with their families enjoying turkey and dressing. Mid-Morning returns tomorrow with an encore airing featuring Dr. Jerry Bridges, author of "Respectable Sins" (Navpress, ISBN# 1-60006-140-0) s. In the meantime, enjoy an extra hour of praise and worship music.
 
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Wednesday, November 26, 2008The 4:8 Principle: The Secret to a Joy-Filled Life Host(s): Char Binkley

Do you struggle to keep a positive outlook on life? It's easy to view the world, our lives and ourselves through a lens of negativity in today's society that's bent on nursing old wounds and highlighting what is wrong with just about everything and everyone. The good news is there's hope for restoring your joy. Don't miss America's Success Coach and best selling author Tommy Newberry's advice on how to experience joy by God's design using "The 4:8 Principle" (Tyndale, ISBN# 1-4143-1304-7) during Wednesday's encore Mid-Morning. Tommy will share the secret to a joy-filled life and challenge you to discover, develop, and defend your joy.
 
Tuesday, November 25, 2008Author! Author! Host(s): Lynne Ford

Get your heart ready for Christmas with morning and evening prayers that center on the Greatest of all Gifts: Christ. On today's "Author! Author!" Jennifer Kennedy Dean shares why she chose to write her Advent devotional, "Pursuing the Christ of Christmas" (New Hope, ISBN # 1-59669-231-6), in the form of prayers. Fiction writers Ann Tatlock ("Every Secret Thing", Bethany House, ISBN # 0-7642-005-4), Sigmund Brouwer ("Broken Angel", WaterBrook, ISBN # 1-4000-7032-9), and Mabel Singletary ("Just Jump!", Lift Every Voice, ISBN # 0-8024-2251-4) discuss their latest releases. And in "Sacred Chaos" (Formatio, ISBN # 0-8308-3512-6), Tricia McCary Rhodes shares what she's learned about seeing and communicating with God amidst life's turmoil.
 
Monday, November 24, 2008Christ in the Feast of Tabernacles Host(s): Lynne Ford
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Before you gather around the Thanksgiving table to enjoy good food and the company of people you love, consider how a Jewish feast, established thousands of years ago, can realign your view of gratitude. Jews for Jesus Executive Director David Brickner, author of "Christ in the Feast of Tabernacles" (Moody, ISBN 0-8024-1396-3), captivatingly explains the activities and imagery of the Jewish Feast of Tabernacles-all celebrating God's presence and provision-and reminds us of a day when believers from all nations, both Jews and Gentiles, will observe this festival of thanksgiving.
 
Friday, November 21, 2008Dupont Resource Center Host(s): Char Binkley

Diabetes strikes 23.6 million adults and children in America resulting in an increase in heart disease, stroke, and problems with vision, kidney and nerve function. Friday's expert panel from Dupont Resource Center addresses, juvenile diabetes, a common form of diabetes that affects about 8% of the population of those under age 15. Get your questions answered and learn what signs to look for in your child as well as how to manage this life-changing disease.
 
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