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Monday, July 12, 2010I'm Not Good Enough Host(s): Lynne Ford

You've heard the lies before. Maybe repeated them so often you've started to believe them: Nobody loves me. I'm worthless. I'd be happier married to someone else. It's time to recognize the enemy's lies and to replace those lies with the Bible's liberating truth. It's time to be set free to see yourself as God sees you: His holy, chosen, cleansed, forgiven, and dearly loved child! Bible teacher Sharon Jaynes, author of "I'm Not Good Enough...and Other Lies Women Tell Themselves" (Harvest House, ISBN # 0-7369-1870-1), exposes the lies we tell ourselves and offers God's plan for winning the battle for our minds.
 
Tags: love, God, lies, good Categories: n/a
Monday, December 07, 2009Pinocchio Parenting Host(s): Char Binkley
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While parents don't intend to lie to their children, they often do with statements like "It's the thought that counts" or "If it doesn't kill you, it will make you stronger." In Pinocchio Parenting (Howard Books, ISBN: 1-58229-572-7), the focus of Monday's encore Mid-Morning, Chuck Borsellino separates truth from fiction in the 21 things we regularly tell our kids. Originally aired October 6, 2006
 
Tags: parents, parenting, children, lies, truth Categories: n/a
Monday, June 15, 2009The Secrets Women Keep Host(s): Lynne Ford

Women keep secrets-from friends and loved ones, even from themselves. So what are the secrets? Clinical psychologist Dr. Jill Hubbard draws from a survey of two thousand women to reveal "The Secrets Women Keep" (Nelson, ISBN # 0-7852-2816-5). Tune in to hear one (or more) of your secrets spoken aloud. Dr. Hubbard will walk you through the steps for releasing your secrets, so you can finally live a life of freedom, where you're the same on the outside as you are on the inside.
 
Thursday, December 04, 2008Thinking Cycles of Kids Host(s): Char Binkley

Do you ever wish you could get into the mind of your children and understand what exactly is going on? Doug Beutler can help you do just that. With over twenty years of experience working with youth, Doug has discovered the thinking cycles of kids, including lies they believe, how that affects their behavior, and how you as a parent can help your child break destructive thinking cycles. Learn how to understand what your child is thinking, communicate effectively with your child, and assist your child in establishing a new and healthy thinking cycle.
 
Monday, August 18, 2008Road Warrior Host(s): Lynne Ford

Business travel has become more costly than ever-and not just financially. The mental and emotional price tags bring you and your family under attack, threatening to distance you in more than mere miles. Sam Gallucci, author of "Road Warrior" (WaterBrook Press, ISBN # 1-4000-7371-9), draws from his extensive business travel experience for a plan to help keep road warriors, their jobs, their families, and their personal lives from drifting off course.
 
Wednesday, July 30, 2008Today's Christian Woman Live on Mid-Morning Host(s): Lynne Ford

Blogger Nancy Kennedy admitted to an inappropriate crush and invited other women struggling with this affair of the heart to offer strategies for guarding their hearts. And, boy, did she get feedback! Nancy shares her story and the helpful advice of other women on July's radio issue of Today's Christian Woman. Yolanda Branche, founder of Bayview Cards, explains how her exquisite stationary shares the inspiration of God's Word in a unique way. Dr. Linda Mintle discusses how women can learn to value their bodies- imperfections and all-no matter what our culture says. And Jerry Hall shares a unique way for teachers to get the school supplies they need-for free!
 
Wednesday, October 31, 2007Sending Holiday Joy to Military Families Host(s): Char Binkley, Lynne Ford

Mid-Morning is preparing a second wave of care packages for military families to arrive just in time for Christmas. If you'd like your spouse or child serving in Iraq or Afghanistan to receive one, call in during today's Mid-Morning that also features advice for strengthening military marriages and families from Dr. Gary and Barbara Rosberg and Military Families Editor Stacey Abler.
 
Friday, October 19, 2007False Intimacy Host(s): Lynne Ford

Sexual addictions are steeped in lies. They promise relief, acceptance and fulfillment but deliver destruction. Dr. Harry Schaumburg, author of "False Intimacy" (NavPress, ISBN # 1-57683-028-4), explores the causes of sexual addictions, their deceptive nature, and provides biblical guideposts for the journey to restoration.
 
Thursday, September 13, 2007The Culture Wise Family Host(s): Char Binkley

Mass media is having a tremendous effect on our kids. We are all supersaturated with today's media extolling toxic values that are counter to our values as Christ-followers. In his new book, "The Culture-Wise Family" (Regal, ISBN# 0830743057), Ted Baehr says it is time to start fighting for the hearts and minds of our families.
 
Tags: culture, kids, teens, media, families, parenting Categories: n/a
Monday, July 02, 200712 Great Choices Smart Moms Make Host(s): Lynne Ford

Want you and your family to experience more contentment, better structure, and greater joy? The always encouraging and fun Robin Chaddock explains how when she unpacks the key ideas from her book, "12 Great Choices Smart Moms Make" (Harvest House, ISBN # 0-7369-1888-6).
 
Tags: parenting, mom, structure, families, family Categories: n/a
Wednesday, March 14, 2007Today's Christian Woman Host(s): Char Binkley, Lynne Ford

On the March issue of "Today's Christian Woman" Live on Mid-Morning, Marshele Waddell explores the emotional and spiritual battlegrounds facing today's military families. Jodi Leas, mom of two sons, reflects on how she's resolved her off-and-on longing for a daughter. Siri Mitchell targets ways to pray for believers around the world. And Mary Jenson, author of "Over Salad and Hot Bread" (Howard, ISBN # 1-4165-3334-6), affectionately shares lessons learned from her friendship with a much older woman.
 
Monday, February 05, 2007Daddy, Do You Love Me? Host(s): Lynne Ford

Whether a father abandons his family or is physically present but emotionally absent, there's devastating fallout. In "Daddy, Do You Love Me?" (New Leaf Press, ISBN # 0-89221-658-1), Ariel Allison and Shelby Rawson explore the issues that arise for girls without a relationship with their dads, and offer hope for healed hearts and a new beginning through our Perfect Father.
 
Tags: abandon, dad, girls, kids, families, relationship, father, Ariel, Shelby Categories: n/a
Friday, December 29, 2006Pinocchio Parenting: 21 Outrageous Lies Host(s): Char Binkley

While parents don't intend to lie to their children, they often do with statements like "It's the thought that counts" or "If it doesn't kill you, it will make you stronger." In Pinocchio Parenting (Pure Publicity, ISBN: 1-58229-572-7), the focus of Friday's encore Mid-Morning, Chuck Borsellino separates truth from fiction in the 21 things we regularly tell our kids.
 
Tags: lies, kids, parenting, children Categories: n/a
Friday, October 06, 2006Pinocchio Parenting Host(s): Char Binkley

While parents don't intend to lie to their children, they often do with statements like "It's the thought that counts" or "If it doesn't kill you, it will make you stronger." In "Pinocchio Parenting", (ISBN: 1-58229-572-7) Chuck Borsellino separates truth from fiction in the 21 things we regularly tell our kids.
 
Tags: kids, children, parenting, lies, truth Categories: n/a
Monday, March 21, 2005Three Guys and a Book Host(s): Steve Gardner

Men face a maelstrom of temptation every hour of every day, temptations that threaten their jobs, marriages, and families. On today's "Three Guys and a Book" Mid-Morning, Steve Gardner, Steve Longbrake and Bob Purdy look to NavPress's group study, Leaning Into a Hail of Bullets (ISBN # 1-57683-690-8), for the ammunition to effectively take on temptation
 
Tags: temptation, men, marriage, families, bullets Categories: n/a
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