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Monday, April 20, 2009Author! Author! Host(s): Lynne Ford

If you've ever wished for a Life Coach to help close the gap between understanding God's purpose for your life and carrying it out, Shelley Leith's "Character Makeover" (Zondervan, ISBN # 0-310-25653-4) is the resource for you. Joining Shelley for the April "Author! Author!" are novelist Christa Ann Banister ("Blessed Are the Meddlers", NavPress, ISBN # 1-60006-178-3), graphic novel editor Bud Rogers ("I Was an Eighth-Grade Ninja", Zondervan, ISBN # 0-310-71300-5), children's author Lisa Tawn Bergren ("God Gave Us Heaven", WaterBrook, ISBN # 1-4000-7446-4), and Jim Reimann, whose "Look Unto Me" (Zondervan, ISBN # 0-310-28387-4) updates the Charles Spurgeon classic, Morning by Morning.
 
Monday, March 19, 2007Cultivating Character in Midlife Host(s): Lynne Ford

Midlife is known as a time when people implode, having affairs or spending money foolishly. On today's encore Mid-Morning, Gary Fenton, author of Good for Goodness' Sake (New Hope, ISBN # 1-59669-009-7), examines the reasons why midlifers loose their bearings, and offers advice for cultivating character to anyone caught in the "adolescence of childhood."
 
Friday, October 28, 2005The Dangers of Overindulgence Host(s): Lynne Ford

American parents give their kids lots of opportunities and lots of stuff. How much is too much? Ann Presnall examines the effects of overindulgence on a child's conscience, including the way it inhibits the development of a child's conscience, and reveals the real reasons parents give too much.
 
Tags: parenting, spoiling, character Categories: n/a
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, March 22, 2005How to be Good in a World Gone Bad Host(s): Char Binkley

It's hard to be good all the time-especially when the world around us can seem so bad. But excellent character isn't dependent on outside circumstances, says Dr. James Spiegel. In an engaging, down-to-earth way, Spiegel, author of "How to be Good in a World Gone Bad" (Kregel, ISBN # 0-8524-3695-8), explains how Christians can live a virtuous life in a sinful world.
 
Tags: sin, character, virtue Categories: n/a
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