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Monday, December 06, 2010Dr. David Hawkins Host(s): Lynne Ford
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Not everyone feels jolly around the holidays. No amount of beautifully strung Christmas lights or traditional tasty holiday meals can cure those nagging issues that creep up each year. Issues like depression, family tensions, grief, and loneliness during a season that's seemingly customized for families. How do we deal with the dark side of the holidays? Dr. David Hawkins offers practical steps that can help reawaken hope and joy during this most wonderful time of the year.
 
Tags: holdiays, tension, grief, family Categories: n/a
Friday, August 13, 2010More Than an Aspirin Host(s): Char Binkley
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Life inevitably brings seasons of loss and pain - often without warning. Dr. Gay Hubbard, author of "More Than An Aspirin: A Christian Perspective on Pain and Suffering," (Discovery House, ISBN# 978-1-57293-257-9) has seen it first-hand during thirty-plus years of Christian counseling. She suggests there's good news about bad news. The bad news is, of course, that we will experience pain. The good news is that by His grace, God can redeem our pain and lead us on a journey into joy and maturity. Find good news amid your bad news during Friday's encore "Mid-Morning". Originally aired May 6, 2010.
 
Tags: pain, suffering, loss, grief, faith, christian Categories: n/a
Thursday, November 19, 2009Digging Deeper Panel Host(s): Char Binkley, Lynne Ford
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The Digging Deeper panel is back in full force during Thursday's Mid-Morning - this time discussing the award-winning novel: "A Song I Knew By Heart" by Bret Lott. It's a modern day story of Ruth and Naomi touching on the themes of grief and loss and the power of family. Tune in and hear the ladies responses and insights to this tender portrait of the grieving process.
 
Thursday, November 19, 2009Digging Deeper Panel Host(s): Char Binkley
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The Digging Deeper panel is back in full force during Thursday's Mid-Morning - this time discussing the award-winning novel: "A Song I Knew By Heart" by Bret Lott. It's a modern day story of Ruth and Naomi touching on the themes of grief and loss and the power of family. Tune in and hear the ladies responses and insights to this tender portrait of the grieving process.
 
Tags: Lott, Song, ruth, naomi, grief Categories: n/a
Tuesday, April 28, 2009From One Widow to Another Host(s): Lynne Ford

Anyone who's been through the death of a spouse will tell you that life changes immediately and permanently. Miriam Neff understands these changes. The author of "From One Widow to Another" (Moody, ISBN # 0-8024-8784-1), offers insights and encouragement for grieving and shaping a new life as a single woman, led and loved by a caring God.
 
Tuesday, March 10, 2009A Good God in Bad Times Host(s): Lynne Ford

After his wife and adult son died the same year, Dr. Gary Oliver's youngest son ruefully commented, "God's eye may be on the sparrow, but it's not on the Oliver family." How do the faithful respond to tragedy and ongoing trials? How can you hang on to faith while wading through anger and sorrow? With honest understanding, Dr. Oliver shares the reality of following God into life's shadows.
 
Tags: Gary, Dr. Oliver, grief, death, pain, anger, sorrow, trials, hope Categories: n/a
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.
 
Tags: holiday grief, grief, Isaiah Center, holidays, loss Categories: n/a
Monday, September 01, 2008Meet Me At the Well Host(s): Lynne Ford

Ever wanted to crawl into a hole and die? Virelle Kidder has been there. A grueling year of crises for her children and parents left her exhausted and spent. That's when God stepped in. The author of "Meet Me at the Well" (Moody, ISBN# 0-8024-4861-3) shares nuggets of truth that will resuscitate a life deflated by worry, problems and stress during Monday's encore Mid-Morning.
 
Tuesday, May 09, 2006Hope and Healing After Suicide Host(s): Lynne Ford

Every seventeen minutes, someone, somewhere, chooses death. Left behind are loved ones forced to cope with the ripples this horrific decision causes. On today's encore Mid-Morning, David Cox, author of "Aftershock" (Broadman and Holman, ISBN # 0080542622-1), explores the reasons behind suicide and offers help and hope to anyone grieving a suicide death.
 
Tags: death, suicide, grief Categories: n/a
Tuesday, February 14, 2006Help, Hope and Healing After Suicide Host(s): Lynne Ford

Every seventeen minutes, someone, somewhere, chooses death. Left behind are people forced to cope with the ripples this horrific decision causes. David Cox, author of "Aftershock" (Broadman and Holman, ISBN # 080542622-1), explores the reasons behind suicide and offers help and hope to anyone grieving a suicide death.
 
Tags: death, suicide, grief Categories: n/a
Wednesday, September 07, 2005Gloria Gaither Host(s): Char Binkley

In "The North Face of God" (Tyndale, ISBN # 0-8423-7103-6) Ken Gire addresses those times of adversity when God seems to have abandoned us. Char Binkley and Gloria Gaither apply Gire's insights to their own times of hardship and take on the role of "hopeful climbing partner" for anyone currently climbing the terrain of God's seeming indifference.
 
Tags: suffering, sorrow, grief, pain Categories: n/a
Friday, May 13, 2005A Grandmother's Grief Host(s): Maria Gardner

Kathy Wilburn Sanders lost her two grandsons in the Oklahoma City bombing. As we remember the decade-old tragedy, Kathy shares how her faith in Christ has comforted and helped her grieve and forgive those behind the bombing.
 
Tags: Oklahoma City, Nichols, McVeigh, grief Categories: n/a
Tuesday, May 03, 2005Today's Christian Woman Live on Mid-Morning Host(s): Lynne Ford, Maria Gardner

Liz Curtis Higgs' finale in her best-selling historical series set in Scotland is finally out, and och, she can't wait to tell you about it on this edition of Today's Christian Woman Live on Mid-Morning. Kathy Wilburn Sanders remembers her two grandsons killed in the Oklahoma City bombing, sharing how her faith in Christ has comforted and helped her through her grief. And Gretchen and Ted Harro share the inside scoop on how to understand the man in your life.
 
Thursday, March 03, 2005Carol Kent Host(s): Char Binkley
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Carol Kent's only child Jason was the ideal son and perfect soldier when he killed his wife's ex-husband. Amidst the painful why's and what now's that followed, God illuminated His truths embedded in Carol's heart and bathed her with His grace. On this encore Mid-Morning, Carol shares her family's story, offering hope to anyone living with unending sorrow. (Carol's book is When I Lay My Isaac Down, published by NavPress. The ISBN # is 1-57683-474-3.) Originally aired on September 23, 2004.
 
Tags: kent, mental illness, grief, sorrow, isaac Categories: n/a
Tuesday, February 08, 2005Robert Rogers Host(s): Char Binkley

Robert Rogers has known grief and deep sorrow. Less than two years ago, he lost his wife and four children during a flash flood. But Robert has also known grace and abiding peace. He shares his story, including his recent visit to help India's tsunami victims, on today's Mid-Morning.
 
Tags: tsunami, grief, grace Categories: n/a
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