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Thursday, August 20, 2009People to People Host(s): Char Binkley
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Who doesn't love a good story? Char adores them and brings you two women with inspirational stories during today's Mid-Morning. First we'll hear from Wendy Blight of how one life-altering and tragic circumstance led her to seek answers. She found that no circumstance is too difficult and no pain too deep for God to redeem. And then we'll hear how God blessed Sandi Rauwolf and her young family beyond measure and taught her to trust that all things are possible with God - even the impossible.
 
Thursday, June 25, 2009Being Well When We're Ill Host(s): Char Binkley

If you suffer from a chronic Illness or disabilities, you're fully aware of the many spiritual, intellectual, emotional, social, and physical afflictions that attack on a regular basis. Marva Dawn understands the toll this can take as she lives with her own multiple disabilities. Join Char and Marva during Thursday's Mid-Morning for an insider's view on how to persevere through infirmities and be well in spite of them. She offers spiritual resources, emotional support, and practical solutions from the pages of her book, "Being Well When We're Ill" (Augsburg Fortress, ISBN#0806680385).
 
Monday, March 23, 2009Conquering Chronic Fatigue Host(s): Lynne Ford

Dr. Jonathan Forester specializes in treating fatigue illnesses including fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome. On today's Mid-Morning he details how the body's immune, endocrine and nervous systems impact our energy level and overall health, and suggests treatments that reduce, and in some cases put in remission, debilitating fatigue.
 
Friday, February 27, 2009Grace for the Afflicted Host(s): Char Binkley

When cancer or heart disease enters the life of a family; friends and relatives rally with support. But it is quite a different story when mental illness is the diagnosis. Dr. Matthew Standford, author of "Grace for the Afflicted" (Paternoster, ISBN# 1934068446), and a panel of experts join Char to discuss the pain and loneliness that surrounds the mentally ill and their families. They'll share how believers can become that necessary support as they gain knowledge and understanding of the life of the mentally ill.
 
Tags: NAMI, mental illness, relationships, menally ill Categories: n/a
Monday, October 29, 2007Mental Illness's Multicultural Barrier Host(s): Lynne Ford

While the stigma of mental illness has lessened overall in the U.S., it remains an unspoken shame among African Americans and other ethnic groups. Kathy Bayes, James Williams and Bessie Woods unpack the reasons why, and discuss proactive ways mental health agencies and churches can break through the barriers to bring help and healing.
 
Friday, February 16, 2007Dupont Resource Center Host(s): Char Binkley

Millions of dollars are spent to treat preventable illnesses. Dr. Neal Gordon believes that the key to good health and less illness is lifestyle! Join Char and Dr. Gordon for a program that could change your life as you change your lifestyle.
 
Tags: preventable illness, lifestyle, health Categories: n/a
Thursday, February 01, 2007National Association for the Mentally Ill Host(s): Char Binkley, Char Binkley

Most families are not prepared to cope with learning that their loved one has a mental illness. A panel of professionals joins Char on Thursday's encore Mid-Morning to bring emotional and spiritual help and hope to families who are struggling with the difficult issues of mental illness. Original air date was October 19, 2006.
 
Tags: NAMI, mental illness, panel Categories: n/a
Thursday, October 19, 2006National Association for the Mentally Ill Host(s): Char Binkley

Most families are not prepared to cope with learning that their loved one has a mental illness. A panel of professionals joins Char on Thursday's Mid-Morning to bring emotional and spiritual help and hope to families who are struggling with the difficult issues of mental illness.
 
Tuesday, November 22, 2005Care for Caregivers Host(s): Lynne Ford

The daily work of family caregivers providing for the needs of their adult parents or aging spouses is demanding and draining. Cecil Murphey and the Family Caregiver Alliance's Bonnie Lawrence address the key issues facing caregivers and provide resources and advice to help them as they serve their loved ones.
 
Wednesday, September 28, 2005David Kaczynski Host(s): Lynne Ford

Growing up, David Kaczynski knew that his brother Ted was different. The difference had a name: schizophrenia-and led to a paranoid-driven rampage of mail bombings that terrified the country. David recalls when he realized his brother was the Unabomber, his role in his brother's arrest, and the impact of mental illness on a family and community on today's Mid-Morning.
 
Friday, September 09, 2005Coping with Chronic Illness Host(s): Lynne Ford

To look at her, you'd never know that Lisa Copen struggles daily with the pain and limitations of rheumatoid arthritis and fibromyalgia. Lisa has a message for anyone living with a painful, chronic illness: You can have a meaningful, invigorating life. She explains how on today's Mid-Morning.
 
Friday, June 03, 2005Spots and Spotlights Host(s): Lynne Ford, Maria Gardner

Individuals facing a threatening illness often find it difficult to keep friends and loved ones updated. That's where CaringBridge comes in. Learn more about this free Internet service, developed to keep friends and family informed, on June's Spots and Spotlights. Brenda Jank explains why individual and group retreats are vital to spiritual health. And Jeane Nixon shares why her job at the Au Gres Sheep Factory is woolly, woolly fun.
 
Tags: illness, Internet, retreats, sheep Categories: n/a
Wednesday, April 06, 2005The Savvy Patient Host(s): Lynne Ford

What five physical symptoms should you never ignore? Why should women with a waist size greater than 35 inches and men with waists of 40 inches or more have a checkup even if they feel fine? Dr. Mark Pettus provides the answers and delivers helpful advice to make you The Savvy Patient (Capital Books, Inc., ISBN # 1-931868-80-8).
 
Tags: doctor, patient, illness Categories: Mid-Mornings
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
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