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Friday, June 06, 2008The Power of Letting Go Host(s): Char Binkley

Are you living life to the fullest or do you always have a nagging feeling of disappointment and lack of contentment when it comes to your day in and day out activities? No matter what your circumstances, there is a sure way to overcomes life's heartaches and face your tomorrows with hope and peace. Learn "The Power of Letting Go" (Multnomah, ISBN# 1-59052-598-1) during today's encore Mid-Morning as life coach Pam Vredevelt gives biblical wisdom and step by step guidance for overcoming frustration, worry, disappointment, and painful wounds so you can move forward into the life of freedom God created for you.
 
Thursday, June 05, 2008Authentic Parenting in a Postmodern Culture Host(s): Char Binkley

How can we effectively communicate with today's kids in a postmodern culture where people are discovering and living out truth in radically new ways? Mary DeMuth, Pioneer Parenting expert and author of "Authentic Parenting in a Postmodern Culture" (Harvest House, ISBN# 0-7369-1862-0), highlight the pitfalls of this new worldview during today's encore Mid-Morning and demonstrates how you an use its strengths to enhance your relationships with your children and learn alongside of them. Discover how you can use this new way of thinking to cooperate with God's work in your family and in the world!
 
Wednesday, June 04, 2008Spots & Spotlights Host(s): Lynne Ford

On June's "Spots and Spotlights" Mid-Morning, actress Nancy Stafford, best known for appearing on television's Matlock, discusses life as a Christian working in Hollywood and her latest project, "The Wager". Canine Companion's Susan Sharpe and Beth Hough explain how to train your dog using positive instruction and behavior modification. Good Housekeeping's Kathleen Huddy offers a word of warning regarding escalators and kids wearing flip-flops or Crocs. And don't forget to have your phone within arm's reach to call in and win one of several giveaways!
 
Tuesday, June 03, 2008Kerri Zurbuch Host(s): Lynne Ford

The Half Marathon is coming to Fort Wayne this fall! Personal fitness trainer and wellness consultant Kerri Zurbuch, Fort-4-Fitness's Brad Kimmel, and Three Rivers Running Company's Casey Shafer discuss a manageable weekly training schedule and tips for gearing up to run or walk the Half Marathon or the accompanying 4K.
 
Monday, June 02, 2008Dr. David Hawkins Host(s): Lynne Ford

Dr. David Hawkins makes his bi-monthly visit on Mid-Morning with The Relationship Doctor's advice for using your God-given emotions for positive change in his book "The Power of Emotional Decision Making" (Harvest House, ISBN # 0-7369-2142-7). Your emotions may seem to change with the wind, but they are important and are not to be ignored or suppressed. The popular Christian counselor lays out a plan to help you discover how to combine your thoughts, your faith, and your feelings to make better decisions and positive changes in your life.
 
Friday, May 30, 2008For God so Loved the Inner City Host(s): Char Binkley

Where is the inner-city? What is it? Who is it? Does your heart connect with the many poor and needy who live there? Phil and Fran Mortensen are filled with love for those who live in the urban areas of the cities of America and especially in Fort Wayne. During today's Mid-Morning, Phil and Fran join Char to unpack the ten challenges from the Word of God as shared in their book, "For God so Loved the Inner City" (Xulon Press, ISBN# 1604778628).
 
Tags: Phil, Fran, Inner City, poor, needy, Fort Wayne Categories: n/a
Thursday, May 29, 2008I'm Fine with God...It's Christians I Can't Stand Host(s): Char Binkley

Are people getting in the way of your search for God? Do you struggle with well-meaning but misguided believers who impose their morality on you and others? Sometimes it's hard to get past the crazy things some people do in Christ's name. During today's Mid-Morning Bruce Bickel and Stan Jantz, co-authors of "I'm Fine with God...It's Christians I Can't Stand" (Harvest House, ISBN# 0-7369-2197-4), help us take a probing look into our own lives so that we can see God for who He is instead of seeing Him through the misguided actions of others.
 
Wednesday, May 28, 2008Today's Christian Woman Host(s): Char Binkley, Lynne Ford

On this radio issue of "Today's Christian Woman" Live on Mid-Morning, Margot Starbuck offers three ways to practice compassion in whatever neighborhood you call home. Lifetime worry wart Ginger Kolbaba shares five strategies to stop fretting. Beth Ortstadt humorously details the traumas of finding a new hair stylist. And Rachel Stallard explains why and how her family made the switch from two incomes to one. Plus highlights from the May/June issue from TCW's Managing Editor Camerin Courtney.
 
Tags: worry, compassion, hair stylist, income, May, June, TCW Categories: n/a
Tuesday, May 27, 2008How to Optimize Brain Health Host(s): Lynne Ford

Your brain, like the muscles, heart, and other organs, is made of flesh and blood and requires proper care to maintain its optimum state of well-being. Neurosurgeon Dr. Larry McCleary, author of "The Brain Trust" (Perigee, ISBN # 0-399-53358-7), explains how this billion-plus mass of cells functions and reveals secrets for increasing brain function at any age.
 
Monday, May 26, 2008David Nasser Host(s): Lynne Ford

God is spirit and can't be seen, but He can be known. In fact, as David Nasser reminds us during today's encore Mid-Morning, God isn't hiding; He is actively revealing Himself to us. Using poignant and powerful contemporary and biblical stories, the author of "Glory Revealed" (Redemptive Art Publishing, ISBN# 0-9792479-1-8) shows how God, indeed, makes Himself known in the familiarities of our lives: suffering, friendship, deliverance, and sin.
 
Friday, May 23, 2008Dupont Resource Center Host(s): Char Binkley

Everybody's talking about the stress in their lives and most of us accept it as normal - just trying to live with it. But this constant stress has an unhealthy effect on our lives. So, what's the answer? A panel of specialists brought to us by Dupont Resource Center joins Char during today's Mid-Morning to give us practical techniques for keeping our mind healthy so stress does not overtake us.
 
Thursday, May 22, 2008Families with Special Needs Host(s): Char Binkley

Prepare your heart to be touched during today's Mid-Morning as you hear about outrageous love in action. Ryan and Rebekah Hubley, Jan McCubbin and Maura Weis share about raising their special needs children. Hear their stories of tears and laughter, hope and heartache, fun and frustration - all woven together by the sustaining power of Jesus Christ.
 
Wednesday, May 21, 2008Spots and Spotlights Host(s): Char Binkley, Lynne Ford

Your old cell phone can morph into minutes of prepaid calling cards for U.S. troops stationed overseas. Learn how on today's Spots and Spotlights that also features Debbie Meyer, inventor of the money-saving GreenBags, and Rick Decker, co-creator of "That's Amazing", a high-energy and hilarious educational DVD series for kids.
 
Tuesday, May 20, 2008WisdomWorks with Dr. Mitchell Kruse Host(s): Lynne Ford

What's Scottish hero William Wallace's connection to Solomon's fourth word to the wise in the book of Proverbs? Dr. Mitchell explains on May's "WisdomWorks" Mid-Morning.
 
Monday, May 19, 2008Identity Theft Host(s): Lynne Ford

Safeguarding your family's personal information is more crucial than ever. Attorney and Certified Information Privacy Professional Mari Frank shares key moves for banking, paying bills, shopping on the Internet, and using your cell phone that can prevent you from becoming a victim of identity theft.
 
Friday, May 16, 2008People to People Host(s): Char Binkley

Everyone has a story. And on Friday's Mid-Morning, you'll hear the extraordinary story of John Link, a former atheist whose life was turned upside down when he encountered Jesus Christ. And you'll meet Pam Procise, founder of Dare to Dream Youth Ranch. This local ranch provides hope and healing to both children and horses who seek refuge in a place of love, hope and trust.
 
Thursday, May 15, 2008Preparing for Change Reaction Host(s): Char Binkley

Why is change in the church so difficult to manage? And is change really necessary? Dr. Bob Whitesel, author of "Preparing for Change Reaction" (Wesleyan Publishing House, ISBN# 978-0-89827-364-9), believes it is essential and gives Biblical insight on how to foster unifying and effective change in your church. On Thursday's Mid-Morning discover how to embrace new strategies without altering your church's beliefs or mission.
 
Tags: Dr. Whitesel, Bob, change, church Categories: n/a
Wednesday, May 14, 2008Super Simple 30-Minute Menus Host(s): Char Binkley, Lynne Ford

Are you so overwhelmed by the business of life you just can't get a meal on the table? Help is on the way during today's Mid-Morning! Join Char, Lynne, and quick meals queen Dawn Hall for heart smart, low fat recipes you can make in less than 30 minutes, all from her new "Busy People's Super Simple 30-Minute Menus" (Thomas Nelson, ISBN# 1-4016-0316-5) cookbook.
 
Tuesday, May 13, 2008Depression Host(s): Lynne Ford

Winston Churchill, actress Ashley Judd, astronaut Buzz Aldrin, comedian Jim Carrey, and theologian Martin Luther all battled depression. What culprits cause depression? Does a person ever overcome it for good? How is it effectively treated? And where does faith fit in the treatment picture? Psychiatrist Dr. Michael Lyles answers these key questions, and yours, on today's Mid-Morning.
 
Monday, May 12, 2008Dr. Ann Kulze Host(s): Lynne Ford

Which foods fool us into thinking they're healthy? Dr. Ann unmasks the imposters during her monthly Mid-Morning visit. The author of Dr. Ann's 10-Step Diet also explains the grapefruit-cancer connection, why we need to be eating the skins of certain fruits and vegetables, and answers your nutrition and wellness questions.
 
Friday, May 09, 2008Open Phones Host(s): Char Binkley

Gas prices can alter life as we attempt to find ways to drive less. Longer trips give way to finding enjoyment closer to home. Perhaps there is more cooking at home and less eating out which causes us to be more selective in our restaurant choices. Char opens phone lines so you can share what restaurants you frequent for most enjoyment when dining away from home. Old favorites or new - Char wants to hear all about them.
 
Tags: restaurants, eating out Categories: n/a
Thursday, May 08, 2008Unlimiting God Host(s): Char Binkley
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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 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 us.
 
Wednesday, May 07, 2008Gardening Tips Host(s): Char Binkley, Lynne Ford

�Tis gardening season once again! Are you ready to dig in and get dirty? Learn the latest on planting flowers in containers; the hottest perennials of the season; the newest gadgets, gizmos and gardening tools; plus tips for planting a cutting garden and eco-friendly gardening ideas-all from a stellar line-up of experts including Joe Lamp'l, Jim Long, Jo Ellen Sharp and Mel Bartholomew.
 
Tags: planting, flowers, plants, gardening, garden Categories: n/a
Tuesday, May 06, 2008Hurry Sickness Host(s): Lynne Ford

We live in an age of speed, cramming more into every second of our days. Rushed people. Rushed parents. Rushed kids. Can we slow down? Do we really want to? Dr. Tim Gardner diagnoses the source of America's hurry sickness epidemic, warns against its crippling consequences, and writes a soothing prescription for recovery.
 
Tags: hurry, slow down, rushed, time Categories: Mid-Mornings
Monday, May 05, 2008Author! Author! Host(s): Lynne Ford

Read Roni Schotter's "When the Wizzy Foot Goes Walking" . . . (Dutton Children's Books, ISBN # 0-525-47791-4) to your little ones, and they'll jump into bed, smiling! Michelle Medlock Adams helps children face their fears with the promise of God's presence in "I Will Not Be Afraid" (Concordia, ISBN # 907586-1335-6). Greta and Janet Podleski share recipes for great-tasting food that won't go from your lips to your hips in "Eat, Shrink & Be Merry" (Granet, ISBN # 0-9680631-3-6). In "Inside Prince Caspian" (BakerBooks, ISBN # 0-8010-6802-7), Devin Brown explores the fascinating symbols, hidden meanings, and easily missed details in C.S. Lewis' "Prince Caspian". And Nancy Rue returns to discuss her latest fiction release, "Healing Stones" (Nelson, ISBN # 0-8499-1890-1).
 
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