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Monday, February 18, 2008Author! Author! Host(s): Lynne Ford

Four author interviews in 55 minutes. That's what you'll hear on today's Author! Author! Meet Lilias Trotter-who, in 1888, left her genteel Victorian surroundings to live out the life and light of Christ in Algeria and Northern Africa-through Miriam Huffman Rockness's beautifully written biography, "A Blossom in the Desert" (Barbour, ISBN# 1572932562). Dig into Norman Hubbard's satisfying and engaging nine-week Old and New Testament Bible studies: "Left of Matthew" (NavPress, ISBN # 978-1-60006-052-6) and "Right of Malachi" (NavPress, ISBN # 978-1-60006-053-3). Catch up with prolific novelist Melody Carlson, and the wild and crazy Miller brothers, Christopher and Allan, whose "The Legend of Gid the Kid" and the "Blackbean Bandits" (Warner, ISBN # 1-01593-1720-28) is a treat for kids and their parents.
 
Friday, July 20, 2007My First White Friend Host(s): Char Binkley

Renowned African American journalist, Patricia Raybon, grew up with a sense of rage and powerlessness in her eagerness to please white people. During Friday's encore Mid-Morning and in her book "My First White Friend", Patricia shares the hard road to forgiveness, trust, and love. (Penguin, ISBN# 0140244360)
 
Thursday, February 08, 2007My First White Friend Host(s): Char Binkley

Renowned African American journalist, Patricia Raybon, grew up with a sense of rage and powerlessness in her eagerness to please white people. In her book "My First White Friend", she shares the hard road to forgiveness, trust and love. (Penguin: ISBN BoooH2MB1M)
 
Tuesday, April 11, 2006God's Golden Acre Host(s): Lynne Ford

In 1993 Heather Reynolds encountered the AIDS pandemic in Uganda firsthand and vowed to care for, and save, as many children as she could. Thirteen years later God's Golden Acre provides a safe, loving home to children touched by AIDS. Heather shares her story on today's Mid-Morning.
 
Tags: AIDS, Africa, relief, disease Categories: Mid-Mornings
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