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Thursday, June 18, 2009People to People Host(s): Char Binkley

Thursday's Mid-Morning takes us on a journey through the murder trial of a mission doctor serving in Somalia to another battle on U.S. soil of a preacher turned prodigal. Hear how God brought Gerald Miller ("A Hundred Camels", DreamSeeker, ISBN# 1931038546) to a new and different place in his faith in a foreign land and how the Good Shepherd also wooed John Imler ("It's Never Too Late", Pleasant Word, ISBN# 141411270X), a prodigal preacher, back into his fold after 45 years of wandering.
 
Friday, February 15, 2008Bringing Home the Prodigals Host(s): Char Binkley

Have you lost hope that your prodigal will return home? Don't give up. Join Rob Parsons, author of Bringing Home the Prodigals during today's Mid-Morning to get encouragement and practical advice for waiting and praying for your prodigal to return home.
 
Tags: prodigal, conference, Rob, relationships Categories: n/a
Wednesday, June 28, 2006Ruth Graham Host(s): Char Binkley

Ruth Graham is coming to Oakwood Christian Retreat and Conference Center on July 7. On today's Mid-Morning, Ruth shares her story about her divorce, depression and shame. It's not the story you'd expect from Billy Graham's daughter, but a story of honesty and redemption.
 
Tags: faith, depression, divorce, prodigal Categories: n/a
Monday, March 20, 2006Parenting Prodigals Host(s): Lynne Ford

The word prodigal means "wasted." Like the younger son in Jesus' parable, many of our sons and daughters are living wasted lives out of fellowship with God. What's a parent to do? "Six things, including guard your words and allow sin to run its course," says Phil Waldrep. He discusses all six principles in "Parenting Prodigals" (Baxer Press, ISBN # 1-888237-36-8), the focus of today's encore Mid-Morning.
 
Tags: faith, backsliding, parenting, prodigals Categories: n/a
Thursday, August 18, 2005Where Have All The Men Gone? Host(s): Char Binkley

The typical American church draws an adult crowd that's 61% female. Other major religions don't have a similar gender gap? Why does Christianity? On Thursday's encore Mid-Morning, David Murrow, author of "Why Men Hate Going to Church" (Nelson, ISBN # 0-7852-6038-2), offers answers devoid of blame and suggests a path men can follow back to church
 
Tags: men, church, prodigals, trends, post-modern Categories: n/a
Friday, June 17, 2005The Prodigal Brother Host(s): Lynne Ford

Having a prodigal affects families profoundly-especially if you're the sibling who didn't stray. Psychologist and counselor Sue Thompson shares her own moving story, touching on unresolved anger and the pain of feeling second-place in her parents' affection. Devoid of self-pity but piercingly honest, Thompson's insights will help prodigals' siblings unload their emotional baggage. (Sue's book is "The Prodigal Brother," published by Tyndale. The ISBN # is 1-58997-259-7.)
 
Tags: prodigal, backslidden Categories: Mid-Mornings
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