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Wednesday, October 07, 2009Books That Have Changed Your Life Host(s): Lynne Ford

In Mere Christians, Andrew Lazo explores the powerful influence of C.S. Lewis's writings on famous, and not-so-well-known, Christians. What books have rocked your faith world? Not books that you've simply liked; but books that have sparked a beginning or changed the course of your spiritual journey? Call in and share your story on Wednesday's open phone lines' Mid-Morning.
 
Monday, May 04, 2009Christians and Anti-Depressants Host(s): Lynne Ford

If you're suffering from major depression or anxiety, antidepressant medication may relieve some of your symptoms. But antidepressants aren't a silver bullet, and they come with their own side effects and cautions. Psychiatrist Dr. Michael Lyles explains the differences between today's most prescribed antidepressants, and the roles of medications and faith in treating depression and anxiety.
 
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.
 
Tuesday, September 25, 2007The 10 Dumbest Things Christians Do Host(s): Lynne Ford

Author and pastor Mark Atteberry takes a look at "The 10 Dumbest Things Christians Do" (Nelson, ISBN# 0-7852-1148-0) that explain why the world finds us, and sadly Christ, unappealing during today's encore Mid-Morning. With a deep passion for Jesus and His followers, Mark speaks from a heart of love - and with the right amount of humor - with the hope of helping us discover and drop "blunder baggage."
 
Wednesday, December 27, 2006The 10 Dumbest Things Christians Do Host(s): Lynne Ford

On Wednesday's encore Mid-Morning, Author and pastor Mark Atteberry takes a look at "The 10 Dumbest Things Christians Do" (Nelson, ISBN# 0-7852-1148-0) that explain why the world finds us, and sadly Christ, unappealing. With a deep passion for Jesus and His followers, Mark speaks from a heart of love - and with the right amount of humor - with the hope of helping us discover and drop "blunder baggage."
 
Friday, October 13, 2006Solid: An Indestructible Foundation for New Christians Host(s): Char Binkley

Would you call your faith indestructible? Following Jesus in this chaotic world calls for a life built on a solid foundation. John Myer presents a bedrock of truth upon which we can stand strong and flourish without the fear of becoming a faith "casualty." (John's book is "Solid: An Indestructible Foundation for New Christians." The ISBN is 0-97625284-2-8.)
 
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Thursday, December 08, 2005Digging Deeper Host(s): Maria Gardner

The Digging Deeper panel-Suze Fair, Laurie Nichols, Lynne Ford and Maria Gardner-explore what Erwin McManus calls "The Barbarian Way" (Nelson, ISBN # 0-7852-6432-9),a way of following Christ marked by intense and simple love.
 
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