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Thursday, May 14, 2009Digging Deeper Panel Host(s): Lynne Ford

"I know the world is several versions of mad right now. I know that pessimism and grimness sometimes seem like the only responsible choices. And that's why I'm making a shameless appeal for celebration." So begins Shauna Niequist's "Cold Tangerines" (Zondervan, ISBN # 310-27360-0). The Digging Deeper panel thinks it's the perfect read for the times in which we are living. They'll explain why-and share Shauna's advice and welcoming invitation to celebrate life, no matter what - on today's Digging Deeper Mid-Morning.
 
Monday, April 21, 2008Author! Author! Host(s): Lynne Ford

Lisa Samson, author of the acclaimed "Quaker Summer", has a new novel, "Embrace Me" (Nelson, 1-5955-4210-8), with the strangest cast of characters you'll ever meet. Learn how this unusual story came to her on today's Author! Author! that also features novelists Cindy Woodsmall ("When the Morning Comes", WaterBrook, ISBN# 1-4000-7293-4)) and Tamara Leigh ("Splitting Harriet", Multnomah, ISBN# 978-1-59052-928-7). Shauna Niequist explains how an awareness of God changes the everyday moments of life in "Cold Tangerines" (Zondervan, ISBN # 0-310-27360-9). And James Sire explores the personal meaning of the psalms in Jesus life (he quoted them often) and how immersing ourselves in them can enable us to better know Christ's mind in "Praying the Psalms of Jesus" (Formatio, ISBN # 0-8308-3508-0).
 
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