Mid-Morning Full Archive

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** search results for the tag: loneliness **
Tuesday, February 12, 2008Living Loved, Not Lonely Host(s): Lynne Ford

We all want to matter to someone, but the risks of relationship can seem far too great. It is easier to just keep our distance. But we pay a terrible price to avoid authentic relationships: loneliness. Dr. Tim Gardner, author of The Naked Soul (WaterBrook, ISBN # 1-57856-839-0), declares it is time to stop denying your deepest longing - the desire to be known and loved - and explains how to exchange the familiar but deadly territory of loneliness for the exhilaration of giving and receiving love.
 
Wednesday, August 08, 2007Today's Christian Woman Host(s): Char Binkley, Lynne Ford

Should your daughter get the HPV vaccine? Lindsey O'Connor explores the pros and cons on the radio "issue" of "Today's Christian Woman" Live on Mid-Morning. Never-married, 30something Camerin Courtney explains why one isn't the loneliest number. Wearing her Managing Editor hat, Camerin also discusses TCW's new look. And Char and Lynne take listeners inside the July/August issue, sharing insights from their favorite features and articles.
 
Friday, June 24, 2005Setting Down Roots Host(s): Lynne Ford

You don't have to move a lot to feel disconnected and adrift. Life's hearty winds are more than enough to blow you about emotionally and spiritually like a tumbleweed. Following the narrative of his own life, Eddie Hilburn explains the value and necessity of "Setting Down Roots" (NavPress, ISBN # 1-57683-621-5), and teaches how to settle in and settle down.
 
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