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Thursday, May 21, 2009Deliver Us From Me-Ville Host(s): Char Binkley

Welcome to Me-Ville, population of one. We live in a culture that celebrates and elevates the individual to the extent that everyone else is crowded out. It's like a super-exclusive club where self and pride are welcomed and applauded while sacrifice and humility can't get past the velvet ropes. Is life supposed to be this way? Author of "Deliver Us From Me-Ville" (Cook, ISBN# 978-1-4347-0009-4), David Zimmerman, takes an honest and hilarious trip through Me-Ville, sharing the escape routes that lead out, offering powerful, progressive redemption from self that only Christ can offer.
 
Friday, March 13, 2009Children of the Self-Absorbed Host(s): Char Binkley

Being a parent is usually all about giving of yourself to foster your child's growth and development. But what happens when this isn't the case and the parents dismiss the needs of their children while instead asserting their own needs and demanding attention and reassurance? Dr. Nina Brown, author of "Children of the Self-Absorbed" (New Harbinger Publications, ISBN# 1572245611), provides a rare guide for adults who need to overcome the effects of being raised by a narcissistic parent.
 
Monday, January 01, 2007I Once Was Blind but Now I Squint Host(s): Char Binkley

Part of being a human being is recognizing that we see most things through our own selfish perspective. It takes humility to pull back and admit we've been wrong in our perception. On Monday's encore Mid-Morning, envy, inferiority, rejection, and discouragement are four of the twelve perspectives that Kent Crockett describes in his book I Once Was Blind But Now I Squint (AMG Publishers, ISBN# 0-89957-139-5).
 
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Thursday, August 24, 2006I Once Was Blind But Now I Squint Host(s): Char Binkley

Part of being a human being is recognizing that we see most things through our own selfish perspective. It takes humility to pull back and admit we've been wrong in our perception. Envy, inferiority, rejection, and discouragement are four of the twelve perspectives that Kent Crockett describes in I Once Was Blind But Now I Squint (AMG Publishers, ISBN # 0-89957-139-5).
 
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