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Tuesday, February 24, 2009Author! Author! Host(s): Lynne Ford

Sharon Niedzinski knew absolutely nothing about raising sheep when she bought a small flock to graze in the pasture of her newly-purchased homestead. Sixteen years later she's a seasoned pro sharing what's she's learned about sheep-and herself-in "Heaven Has a Blue Carpet" (Nelson, ISBN# 0-8499-2004-2). February's "Author! Auhor!" also features novelist Nicole Young ("Kiss Me If You Dare", Revell, ISBN # 0-8007-3159-5), children's author Roni Schotter ("The House of Joyful Living", Melanie Kroupa Books, ISBN # 978-0-374-33429-1), Jan Johnson ("Invitation to the Jesus Life", NavPress, ISBN # 1-60006-146-2), and Nancy Guthrie ("Jesus, Keep Me Near the Cross", Crossway, ISBN # 1-4335-0181-4).
 
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.
 
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