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Wednesday, January 09, 2008TCW Live on Mid-Morning Host(s): Lynne Ford

Today's Christian Woman magazine returns for another year of live "issues" on Mid-Morning. TCW's Camerin Courtney introduces their new Cause of the Year: Combating Sex Trafficking, and details what you can do to help stop this evil. Keri Wyatt Kent unpacks the meaning of the familiar New Testament words "the kingdom of heaven." And learn why saying thank you can actually make you happier, healthier, and more energetic.
 
Tuesday, January 08, 2008David Nasser Host(s): Lynne Ford

God is spirit and can't be seen, but He can be known. In fact, as David Nasser reminds us, God isn't hiding; He is actively revealing Himself to us. Using poignant and powerful contemporary and biblical stories, the author of "Glory Revealed" (Redemptive Art Publishing, ISBN # 0-9792479-1-8) shows how God, indeed, makes Himself known in the familiarities of our lives: suffering, friendship, deliverance, and sin.
 
Monday, January 07, 2008Dr. Ann Kulze Host(s): Lynne Ford

When isn't the salad bar your healthiest option? Dr. Ann Kulze reveals the answer, plus offers tips for boosting nutrition in less than 10 seconds and reducing your risk for heart attacks and cancer. And be sure to register to win Dr. Ann's "Weigh Less, Be More" grocery shopping list at wbcl.org during the show.
 
Tuesday, January 01, 2008Turn Your Life Around Host(s): Lynne Ford

Bookstores are jam-packed with self-help books that promise a new and better you. So what makes Dr. Tim Clinton's "Turn Your Life Around" (FaithWords, ISBN# 0-4465-7910-6) different? How about no quick fixes? Just a biblical worldview combined with solid counseling principles that can help place you on a path to lasting healing. Join Lynne and Dr. Tim Clinton during Tuesday's encore Mid-Morning.
 
Monday, December 31, 20079 Critical Mistakes Couples Make Host(s): Lynne Ford

Dr. David Hawkins believes that complex relational problems usually spring from nine destructive habits couples fall into. During Monday's encore Mid-Morning, Hawkins, aka "The Relationship Doctor," serves up practical suggestions for changing the way husbands and wives relate to each other, including addressing problems while avoiding emotional explosions, and championing instead of battling one another.
 
Wednesday, December 26, 2007Unpacking Buddhism Host(s): Lynne Ford

Since 1989, when Dalai Lama was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, Tibetan Buddhism has become a world-wide religion and the most well-known form of Buddhism. What are its basic beliefs, and how can Christians effectively share the trust of the gospel with Tibetan Buddists? During Wednesday's encore Mid-Morning, InterServe's David Housholder provides the answers.
 
Tuesday, December 18, 2007WisdomWorks with Dr. Mitchell Kruse Host(s): Lynne Ford

The book of Proverbs repeatedly warns against the folly of foolishness. But why? Why doesn't Solomon focus on other, more destructive and devious behaviors? On December's WisdomWorks Mid-Morning, Dr. Mitchell Kruse dissects the meanings and motives of the fool, proving the wise Old Testament king knew what he was talking about!
 
Monday, December 17, 2007The Woman I Am Becoming Host(s): Lynne Ford

Suzanne Eller is at an age where she is mentoring younger women while still "becoming" a woman of God's design. The author of "The Woman I Am Becoming" (Harvest House, ISBN # 0-7369-2030-8) and twentysomethings Jamie Bennett and Angela Nelson explore key questions women ask at any age - What is a real woman? What is my calling? Where do I fit? - and offer faith-filled answers.
 
Tuesday, December 11, 2007ScreamFree Parenting Host(s): Lynne Ford

Ready for a fresh approach to parenting that gets rid of the battles and bickering and leaves you calm, connected, and in control? Try "ScreamFree Parenting" (WaterBrook, ISBN # 1-4000-7372-6). Hal Runkel unpacks his principles for taking care of yourself so you can take care of your kids. There's nothing touchy/feely about these tools that will change what you think about parenting.
 
Monday, December 10, 2007Spiritual Warfare Host(s): Lynne Ford

Satan is a terrorist-a cunning schemer who fights dirty, exploits every vulnerability, and seeks to divide and discourage. How can we counter his treacherous tactics? Ray Pritchard, author of Stealth Attack (Moody, ISBN # 0-8024-0989-X), digs into the Bible for practical tips for outmaneuvering the most shameless and stealthy foe imaginable.
 
Wednesday, December 05, 2007Ain't Misbehavin' Host(s): Lynne Ford

Whether your dog is misbehaving, or you simply want him to come when called and walk on a leash without pulling, Deb Donnelly has the advice you need. One of the Leader Dogs for the Blind's favorite trainers, Deb explains how a dog thinks, a major factor in choosing effective training techniques.
 
Tuesday, December 04, 2007Kerri Zurbuch Host(s): Lynne Ford

Wellness consultant and personal fitness trainer Kerri Zurbuch runs through her list of favorite health- and fitness-related websites, offers tips for not gaining weight (or not as much weight as usual) during the holiday season, and answers your fitness questions.
 
Monday, December 03, 2007Author! Author! Host(s): Lynne Ford

Christian science fiction and fantasy writer Karen Hancock discusses her Legends of the Guardian-King series that includes three Christy Award winners. With "MissMatch" (Think, ISBN # 1-60006-095-3) and "Rematch" (Think, ISBN # 1-60006-096-0), twentysomething Erynn Mangum is quickly making a name for herself in the fiction market. You'll understand why during her conversation with Lynne Ford. Alan Flory builds on a child's love for animals to teach about God's love in "God Made Me! He Made You!" (Bridgeway Books, ISBN # 1-9335-3879-1). And Alex McFarland offers sound responses to "The 10 Most Common Objections to Christianity" (Regal, ISBN # 0-8307-4298-0).
 
Tuesday, November 27, 2007Antiques and Collectibles Host(s): Lynne Ford

Find out what your antiques, collectibles and items gathering dust in the attic or basement are worth when accredited appraiser, Sally Boose, returns to Mid-Morning.
 
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Monday, November 26, 2007Don Piper Host(s): Lynne Ford

Don Piper spent "90 Minutes in Heaven" (Revell, ISBN # 0-8007-5949-4), an astounding journey he's shared with more than a million people. In the newly-released "Heaven is Real" (Berkley Praise, ISBN # 978-0-425-21555-5), the ordinary man with the extraordinary experience tells how to survive and transcend life's difficulties by seeking the assurance of God's grace.
 
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Tuesday, November 20, 2007WisdomWorks with Dr. Mitchell Kruse Host(s): Lynne Ford

Dr. Mitchell Kruse applies his practical and profound teaching style to the topic of sin and grace. In a culture that's averse to calling anything sin, Mitch identifies the four ways we sin-that includes everything from the oops we dismiss as nothing, to the blatant offenses we can't deny-and issues a needful reminder: without God's grace we'd be lost forever.
 
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Monday, November 19, 2007Author! Author! Host(s): Lynne Ford

Today's Author! Author! books have "Christmas gifts" written all over them. Wayne Batson discusses his new series aimed at middle school readers: "Isle of Swords" (Nelson, ISBN # 0-4003-1018-0). Chandra Peele invites middle school girls to experience an inside makeover in "Radiant" (New Hope, ISBN # 1-59669-089-5). Scrapbooking plays a major role in Rebeca Seitz's novel "Prints Charming" (Nelson, ISBN # 1-59554-271-X). And Calvin Miller uncovers an ancient way of prayer that leads to a new union with God in "The Path of Celtic Prayer" (Formatio, ISBN # 0-8308-3504-1).
 
Tuesday, November 13, 2007Caring for Your Infant, Toddler and Preschooler Host(s): Lynne Ford

As on-call nurses for a busy pediatric practice, Laura Hunter and Jennifer Walker have answered just about every conceivable question a mom could ask about her little one. The co-authors of "The Moms on Call Guide to Basic Baby Care" (Revell, ISBN # 0-8007-3188-3) - and mothers of eight children - return to Mid-Morning with advice that will put your mommy mind at rest.
 
Monday, November 12, 2007Dr. Ann Kulze Host(s): Lynne Ford

While the acai berry is the current antioxidant darling, the goji berry is being trumpeted as the next "super food." Does it live up to the hype? Dr. Ann Kulze separates anecdotal reports from scientific facts during her monthly Mid-Morning visit that also includes a look at the many benefits of Vitamin D, and the growing problem of insulin resistance.
 
Thursday, November 08, 2007Resolving Family Conflicts Host(s): Lynne Ford
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During the holidays we pray for peace on earth, but find it difficult to experience within our own families! If old hurts and ongoing conflict have you dreading your family's holiday get-togethers, don't miss Thursday's encore Mid-Morning with Dr. Chuck Lynch. He gives advice for setting boundaries, reducing stress, and resolving relational problems. (Dr Lynch's book is "You Can Work It Out", published by Word. The ISBN# is 0-8499-3773-6.)
 
Wednesday, November 07, 2007De-Stressing the Holidays Host(s): Lynne Ford

Mid-Morning�s gathered a gaggle of guests to help you get ready for the holidays! Learn make-ahead tips for preparing Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners from the Diva of Do-Ahead, Diane Phillips. Marty Bullis shares ideas for fixing your heart's gaze on Christ during the busy holiday season. And there are plenty of giveaways, including "Amazing Grace" DVDs, wrapped and ready to give as gifts; and de-stress gift baskets with candles, Hungry for Home gift certificates and copies of Diane and Marty's books!
 
Tuesday, November 06, 2007Kerri Zurbuch Host(s): Lynne Ford

Want to break the unwanted tradition of gaining weight between Thanksgiving and New Years? Kerri Zurbuch explains how the Holiday Challenge can help. The personal fitness trainer pinpoints common exercise mistakes; explains the proper cool downs following running, swimming and lifting weights; and, as always, answers your fitness and exercise questions.
 
Monday, November 05, 2007Julie Barnhill Host(s): Lynne Ford

Moms get a lot of advice from TV shows, friends, their own mothers, and more. But all of this well-meaning counsel tends to paralyze them. Julie Barnhill says, "Enough already!" In "One Tough Mother" (Revell, ISBN # 0-8007-3230-8), the popular author and speaker offers moms a dose of reality and a do-able way to calm their fears about raising children.
 
Tuesday, October 30, 2007Author! Author! Host(s): Lynne Ford

America's best-selling inspirational author, Karen Kingsbury, returns to Author! Author! to discuss "Sunrise" (Tyndale, ISBN # 0-8423-8747-1), her continuing Baxter Family saga. Robert Elmer shares the real-life drama that inspired his novel "Like Always" (WaterBrook, ISBN # 1-4000-7165-4). Catherine Martin leads you on a 30-day journey to hope in "Walking with the God Who Cares" (Harvest House, ISBN # 0-7369-1754-4). And Valerie Hess introduces you to the core spiritual practices of the Christian faith in "Spiritual Disciplines Devotional" (Formatio, ISBN # 0-8308-35-304).
 
Monday, October 29, 2007Mental Illness's Multicultural Barrier Host(s): Lynne Ford

While the stigma of mental illness has lessened overall in the U.S., it remains an unspoken shame among African Americans and other ethnic groups. Kathy Bayes, James Williams and Bessie Woods unpack the reasons why, and discuss proactive ways mental health agencies and churches can break through the barriers to bring help and healing.
 
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